To the east of the park a series of parallel roads, named after former British governors, are lined with beautiful bungalows embowered in trees.
They differ widely from the town houses of Rome and Pompeii: they are less unlike some of the country houses of Italy and Roman Africa; but their real parallels occur in Gaul, and they may be Celtic types modified to Roman use - like Indian bungalows.
The village consists of 3 bedroom beachfront villas and bungalows, 2 and 3 bedroom penthouse apartments and 2 and 3 bedroom garden apartments.
The accommodation consists of individual thatched bungalows situated in coconut groves leading down to the beach.
There are eight semi-detached bungalows, set in peaceful surroundings of five acres.