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Minh is a vast maze of a villa, cascading over five levels down a rocky bluff.  Only the car park pavilion is visible when approaching Minh from the private estate road, giving no hint of the 1200-square-metre villa that spreads out below it.  Taking the car park lift down a level brings you into the top floor of Minh’s two-level main pavilion, which houses the elegant living area, dining room and kitchen.  The dining and living rooms share the large sea-view common area under a teak vaulted ceiling.  Up to 12 guests may dine in elegance at the dark wood table, then retire to the living room to enjoy some drinks while relaxing on the soft, snowy-white sofa set, all under the glitter of two large black chandeliers.  The modern kitchen with top-quality facilities including a Gaggenau oven and walk-in wine fridge is tucked away behind.  The chef prepares her tasty meals in a separate staff kitchen.

The main pavilion’s lower floor houses the elaborate media and games room.  Its red padded walls, bar, pool table and high-tech audio-visual options, including a giant projector screen, make this an inviting place to gather for evening entertainment.  It shares a bathroom with a king-bedded guestroom in a cool blue painted-glass design, and both rooms enjoy quick access to the 17.5m infinity pool.  Comfy round loveseat sunbeds add a touch of romance to poolside lounging, while a bar and barbecue area offer outdoor entertainment facilities.  In a separate pavilion at one end of the pool, a king-bedded master suite features a large private bathroom with double bathtub. A second king-bedded master suite and a spacious guest bedroom with two queen-sized beds are reached by taking either the second lift or the elegant marble staircase down a level. Both of these bedrooms enjoy ensuite bathrooms with spacious bathtubs.  A level below, the fifth and sixth bedrooms, queen- and king-bedded, are ideal for a family since they share a pavilion and a bathroom.  These rooms are closest to the massage sala, where two massage beds and soft lounging chairs offer luxuriant sea-view treatments under a peaked wooden roof.  In front is a sunbathing platform, shaded by a huge tree that grows up through the teak terracing.

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