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NATURE AND DESIGN CONVERGE AT BAAN BANYAN’S PALATIAL VILLA Posted on 18 January 2018.

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Upon arrival you might mistake Baan Banyan for an oriental paradise – hidden from raucous tourists and attractions, beneath lush tropical forest, this private luxury villa is exactly that. With 5,450 square metres of property, Baan Banyan is perched on the Kamala Bay hillside in an area renowned as ‘Millionaire Mile’, home to the most lavish villas and a wink away from busy Phuket. This Thai haven has an al-fresco flair incorporated into all six-bedrooms, including both en-suites. Sea-view showers, ocean sights, private balcony and king sized beds are all at your disposal. Natural material is used extensively throughout to best encapsulate the essence of Thailand’s unparalleled landscape. Local stone, rich wooden floors and high ceiling beams work to create a unified abode, one that best celebrates the regions existing architecture. Complimented by a wealth of modern amenities; an eight metre infinity pool, jacuzzi, a ping pong table, and individual flat screens to name a few, Baan Banyan is the idyll retreat designed to serve. For the yoga lovers, there is an exclusive pavilion on the Baan Banyan property. Here, you can exercise solo or have a private class with one of the many trained staff members. Other on-island ventures include, scuba diving, spearfishing, zip-lining, traditional Thai cooking classes, and golfing. The splendour and grandeur of the villa is on par with energy efficient and environmentally friendly systems, so you can bask in ocean views and the soothing orchestra of natural sounds guilt free. For those who can not suppress their inner explorer, this luxurious haven is a mere 15 minute drive away from Kamala, Surin and Bangtao beaches – where local shadow puppetry, classical and folk dances, food markets and locally made goods can be found. Take a virtual reality tour of Baan Banyan here. 

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