From the property’s entrance, a series of stone steps cutting through a lush tropical garden leads you to the villa’s main doors. Upon entering the building, you are immediately greeted by the view of Phang Nga Bay, perfectly framed by the hall’s pentagonal profile. You will find a lovely dining table and a living area, generously furnished with soft, comfortable sofas. The clean, minimalist design and the light, breezy colors of the place create a warm, inviting atmosphere that will instantly wrap you. The impressive vaulted ceiling gives extra vertical space to the interior, and the chandeliers that hang from it adds a stylish touch to the room.
Seen from above, Villa Vikasa is one display of architectural beauty, a flat deck with an iconic Thai-style roof as its crown. In Sanskrit, Vikasa means “radiance,” a word that accurately describes the daily spectacle: when the property is slowly unveiled by the light of the dawning sun.
The villa has a total of 5 bedrooms, each having its own ensuite bathroom. One of the rooms is constructed as a separate bungalow just a few meters from the main house and offers an even closer view of the bay. A 25m-long infinity pool spreads across almost the property’s entire width, and a garden stretches all the way to the beach end of the estate. The villa also features an outdoor dining area and sala, a poolside bar, a Jacuzzi, a football net, kayaks, and an entertainment room with a pool table, Xbox, board games, and Apple TV.
Villa Vikasa is located in the exclusive Cape Yamu estate. Four professionally-trained staff which includes a private chef are ready to serve its guests.