Thailand is a very cultural country that can offer different types of travel destinations throughout its regions. One of the most incredible travel destination in the world, particularly in Asia is Phuket, Thailand. A paradise on Earth, Phuket is home to a number of virgin beach resorts and incredible cliffs.
But one particular destination located on the islands of Phuket would be the Villa Amanzi - a private resort that has been gaining popularity through the years because of its incredible location.
According to the Villa Amanzi website, for just a little more than $2,700 per night, this particular tourist spot in Phuket is considered as a tropical sanctuary. More like a private resort than anything else, it houses only a total of six bedrooms all of which overlooks the Kata Noi Beach of the Andaman Sea. It has a large outdoor pool that is nestled almost naturally to the surrounding cliff.
An article from the Telegraph UK has dubbed this beautiful destination as an unbelievable Bond Villain's Lair because of its incredible location among the rocky cliffs. It is just the type of luxurious home any rich villain could own. Seemingly hidden away in a secret tropical location, it is a modern take to the natural cliffs found in the region.
As incredible as it is, it has used the combination of hard edges that flow into soft, flowing lines and has enhanced the hidden gentleness of the rocky cliffs. It has emphasized strongly on the flow that it even used fold-back windows to allow its residents to be indoors and outdoors at the same time in just a fold of a window or a wall.
Hidden away between wooden cliffs, the Villa Amanzi is a small luxurious structure with a total area of more than 2000 square meters. An article from ArchDaily has described this as a structure that is one with the rocky nature of its surroundings as it literally a 'home that grows out from the rock'. It has used the cliff for which it is nestled in and the rock structures surrounding it as the primary inspiring elements in the design and construction of this structure.