Villa Pagai was designed to be an organic part of its lush and idyllic natural environment. Built on the side of a river, the villa stands amidst an extensive landscaped garden with a well-kept lawn, tall tropical plants and masterfully-trimmed trees. Although traces of traditional Thai architecture as well as symbols are present, the villa has a predominantly contemporary appeal. The modern amenities and stylish appointments offer urban comfort and convenience. Truly, Villa Pagai brings together the elements that contribute to an enjoyable and memorable stay – luxurious relaxation in a tranquil and serene nature setting.
The villa has three bedrooms. The spacious master bedroom has a walk-in closet that opens out to a sunken outdoor tub. All bedrooms have dedicated bathrooms. All have direct access to the pool area and to the garden.
At the edge of the garden – alongside the river – is the ten-meter swimming pool. As you take a leisurely dip in its soothing waters, you can’t help but feel a sense of grandeur owing to, perhaps, the elephant figures – which serve as fountains – positioned on all four corners of the pool. Up on the pool deck are numerous possibilities for lazy lounging and relaxation – on the pool beds, in the semi-open and fully-furnished sala at one end of the pool, or at the covered al fresco bar nearby.
From the swimming pool through floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors is the living area. On its cushioned wooden furnishings you can all get together for fun interaction. Right behind the couch is the dining area with a set up good for six. Here, your gastronomic creations can be sampled and savored as soon as you dish them out from the kitchen section right next to the dining table.
Upkeep of the villa is carried out by a staff in charge of housekeeping as well as pool and garden maintenance.
Just a three-minute drive from Villa Pagai will take you to Nai Harn – one of the most popular and relatively quiet beaches in Phuket. Although swimming is ideal during the months of November to April only. There are also many must-try restaurants here – Maggie And Mario’s Pizza, Da Vinci, De Renata, Rum Jungle Cafe and Promthep Cape Restaurant. Head further south to the fascinating snorkeling spots of tiny Ao Sane Beach and to the sandy cove of Ya Nui. And since you’re there, wander off to Windmill View Point for a picturesque view of Nai Harn Beach. Also include in your itinerary a visit to the landmark Wat Nai Harn.