The stunning six-bedroom Villa Chada rests above the cliffs of Kamala Bay on the west coast of Phuket. This Thai-style villa offers a secluded, private hideaway with superb sea views from nearly every room, spectacular sunsets and open-plan lifestyle experience.
Spacious pavilions with stylish interiors and authentic Thai artefacts blend perfectly with the immaculate tropical gardens replete with lush lawns and lotus ponds, a 16-metre free-form infinity pool and towering casuarina and coconut trees. Fully-staffed, including a villa manager and private chef, it will appeal to groups, couples, and families with older children. Beyond the villa are golden beaches and the lively Patong Beach.
When staying in a luxury villa with stunning sunsets and a full-time team on hand, is there really any reason to leave? If you do have the desire to explore the island’s white-sand beaches, celebrated viewpoints, exclusive dining options and cultural activities, then your villa manager and the team are the people to ask. They can offer first-hand recommendations for Phuket’s best attractions and sights, help arrange bookings, and organise a day or half-day car and driver hire for sightseeing, on guest account.
Here is a taste of some of the activities on offer within reach of Villa Chada.
- There are plenty of superb beaches on the west coast of Phuket including nearby Kamala where the beach is quiet and family-friendly. Enjoy a Thai massage with a background score of the sounds of waves, dine on fresh seafood and go snorkelling.
- There are lots of opportunities nearby for water activities including surfing, sea kayaking, windsurfing, kite surfing, and stand-up paddling sessions, or you can get in touch with your wild side and discover scuba diving to explore the colourful underwater world.
- The Phuket Elephant Sanctuary puts the welfare of the elephants first, you can see these beautiful creatures up close and observe them in their natural environment.
- Old Phuket Town is a fascinating place and will give you an insight into how Phuket evolved. Take a cultural walking tour to explore its interesting history, colourful Sino-Portuguese style shops, and stop off at a local eating place to find out for yourself why Phuket received a UNESCO ‘City of Gastronomy’ award.
- After tasting Thai food, you might want to take some recipes home to try. Join a Thai cookery class and learn the secrets behind this flavourful and tasty cuisine.
- Escape for the day by chartering a luxury yacht to cruise the Andaman Sea. Discover the lofty limestone karsts of Phang Nga Bay, or snorkel in the pure waters of the Similan, Raya, and Maithon islands.
- Patong is the place to go if you feel the need for something livelier. Packed with bars, clubs and restaurants, the street bazaars selling all kinds of souvenirs, it’s a world away from quiet Kamala.