Villa Chada - Villa setting

The Locale

Villa Chada is part of the exceptional Laemson Estate, extending across the headland of ‘Millionaire’s Mile’ at the northern end of Kamala Bay on the west coast of Phuket. Taking a prime position, its sleepy, away-from-it-all ambiance is due to the surrounding forested hills and stunning expanse of the views of the Andaman Sea - everything you would dream of from a tropical villa.  Close by is exclusive access to a beach cove ideal for snorkelling, and international hotels for rooftop cocktails at sunset. Three kilometres away is Kamala, traditionally a fishing village with its own golden stretch of beach, whilst further south along the coast is Patong, famous for its busy nightlife and shopping extravaganza. Phuket International Airport is just a 26km drive. 


Snorkelling in Kamala Bay
1 km
Monkey Diva Dinner Show
3 km
Café del Mar Beach Club
4 km
Elephant Sanctuary
16.50 km
Phuket Town
25 km
Villa Chada - The pond

Things to Do

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.
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