At the heart of Villa Yang is an open-plan living, kitchen and dining pavilion, which is so well integrated with its beautiful surrounds that describing it as an indoor space seems questionable. Almost completely enclosed by glass, fronted by the wide pool terrace, and with a reflecting pool tucked away behind, the room reflects its tropical setting while art and architectural details lend a sense of grandeur.
In the living area, set under a dramatically pitched dark-wood ceiling and stately black and white chandeliers, grey leather sofas and a TV entertainment system are eclectically accented with abstract paintings, Buddha statues and other art pieces. In the dining space, an oversized black chandelier hangs above a smooth granite dining table with eight leather chairs. A modern stainless-steel kitchen is set just behind.
Just inside the entrance on the top floor is a sitting area with modern leather sofas that could serve as a reception lounge or simply a place to steal away with a book for some quiet time.