Veyla, or “time” in Thai language, is the quintessential example of Thai modern design. These luxury villas are located on the most sought-after land on the beachfront. The design was deeply inspired by the setting’s neutral colors of sand and water, and the warm tone invites the cozy feeling you get when you have some quiet time away from your hectic schedule.
Veyla Natai is in the Natai Region of Phang-Nga Province, only 30 minutes from Phuket International Airport in Thailand. It is a beautiful, hidden gem with 110 meters of pristine beachfront on the crystal clear Adaman Ocean. The highly limited freehold beachfront land drives the area’s prestige status. The area and the villas offer a truly extravagant lifestyle—of waking up just a few steps away from the sand.
The owner and visionary behind Veyla Natai, Prapavadee Sophonpanich, is an art enthusiast-turned-real estate developer. She has been interested and involved in the art scene in Thailand since a young age, and was the founder of the Metropolitan Museum of Art Store in Bangkok. (She also was the face of the Thai National Museum, for its product design and merchandising divisions—an effort to promote the arts in an accessible way.) She is now working closely with Thai art collectors to promote Thai arts.