Villa Sawan Anda is a 3-level vacation residence nestled on a hillside high above Phuket’s Surin Beach.
Through its architecture, appointments and interiors, the villa showcases a harmonious blend of innovative structures, classical western and contemporary, stylish furnishings as well traditional Thai religious iconography.
Right at the very edge of the villa’s second level is the infinity pool. In its refreshing waters, you can do short routine laps, leisurely float or playfully splash about.
Or, you can simply linger poolside for a panoramic view of the Andaman Sea. From the water, you may choose to lie on the pool beds under the covered wooden deck.
Or lounge at the sala at one end of the pool which also serves as an outdoor dining area. Indoors, at the second level, is the living area.
A few steps away is the dining area with a set up good for 8.
Here, you can all sit around on traditional Thai wooden chairs or on classical European ghost chairs to get a taste of the in-house chef’s menu of gastronomic offerings which he can whip up at the modern kitchen alongside the dining table.
The kitchen has a glass counter which, provided with high chairs, serves as a bar for snacks and for all kinds of drinks.
On the villa’s first level is a spacious game room and gym where you can all show off your amazing billiard tricks, pump iron or burn more calories.
Between the second and third levels is a mezzanine where you will find a media room with its very own collection of books as well as a widescreen TV for your viewing pleasure.
All around the villa are spots where you can choose to withdraw to and spend some me time.
The villa has 3 bedrooms. One is at ground level. It has a king-sized bed under an innovative canopy. The bedroom opens out to a furnished covered terrace and to the garden.
Two other bedrooms are on the third level. Both open out to furnished balconies that look out to sea. Between these two rooms is an enclosure that houses a large tub.
The walls are made of glass which provides scenic views. All bedrooms, though, have dedicated bathrooms.