I've had just enough time... to be captivated by rain trees and huts.
Anyone care for a cup of tea under the rain tree? Taken in the Naidee Sculptured Huts, Hua Hin
When I came across the main yard, I involuntarily let out a “wow!” exclamation. For there before me is the dream outdoor dining area I will build if I had the money. But it is already built for me, to have a leisurely cup of tea under the giant rain tree. How did the architect build something so close to my dream without consulting me? Join me in wandering through the grounds.
What a wonderful place to have a quiet meal with friends.
Even the main serving area is so tastefully done.
Don’t you just marvel at the architecture?
As the sun sets, the ambiance changes. A marvelous example of architecture complementing nature.
With the daylight still available, I went exploring. Saw this large building close to the dining area and decided to check that out.
Like all the other buildings, this large functional building is also tastefully designed and constructed to blend in well with the surroundings. I wondered what it is for?
It is a living quarter for a group. It is not only well designed but also very practical and versatile. The hall is big enough to take at least a bus load.
This is such a charming public toilet. It shows that practicality does not have to come at the expense of style and beauty.
I wandered to the other side of the lotus pond to take this shot. The whole complex is very well thought out and planned. I’ve so many pictures that I will continue this on the next post to share with those of you who could not be there.