Featured in The Great Homes of the World section of The New York Times, Villa Fah Sai (meaning “majestic retreat overlooking a tranquil sea”) is an ocean-front home that evokes an idyllic balance between the contemporary grandeur of Frank Lloyd Wright (the famous American architect) and Thai-Japanese timelessness. The front entrance welcomes you into a stretched living room with a view that seduces the eye over an onyx-tiled reflecting pond onto a picturesque panoramic view of the Andaman Sea and Patong Bay. The large double doors of the first level open onto an elegant veranda that welcomes you to a floor that exudes an airy, modern atmosphere with a junior master suite and three additional en-suite bedrooms, one of which may be converted into a spa. The floor also has a games room, fully equipped with a games console, card table and treadmill. Each of these rooms opens onto an expansive travertine pool deck, the perfect place to congregate for sunset cocktails or midnight dips in the fresh water pool. There’s also an indoor jetted tub so you can treat yourself to a luxurious soak without having to leave the comfort of the villa. Walking through the living room, you will pass a dining room that comfortably accommodates a dinner party of 10 and enter into a spacious contemporary kitchen equipped with restaurant quality appliances and a breakfast nook. The gourmet kitchen opens out onto a large terrace, ideal for casual dining and entertainment, and offers an unbelievable unobstructed 180? view of Patong Bay, with its majestic mountains and charming coastline. The master suite is located off the living room and also incorporates the stunning ocean vista. It provides you with 1500 square feet of luxurious privacy, complete with modern western comforts, including a spacious walk-in closet, private retreat and office. There are four additional en-suite bedrooms all with air conditioning and pristine ocean vistas. There’s no better sight when you wake up in the morning.