The property is entered via an impressive gateway bordered by a sizeable car parking area. Guests will be greeted in the large, open-sided living pavilion, which is flanked by a small ornamental pond and water fountain. Centrepiece is the 20 x 8 metre freeform swimming pool, complete with joglo-styled pool bar, while the five bedrooms, dining room with adjoining kitchen, and beachside gazebo are leisurely spread throughout the remainder of the expansive 9700-square-metres, flat-lawned garden, which is dotted with coconut palms, teak trees, and many other tropical trees and flowering shrubs. The gardens provide ample space for kids to play in safety. The joglo buildings have been named after the Pandawas brothers and other heroic characters from the 5000-year-old Hindu epic, the ‘Mahabaharata’ – a tale of intrigue and conflict among kings, demons, gods and sages.