Inside Malaysia’s Smallest House | Romantic Villa House tour | Tiny Garden Home

Jamaliah, the owner of the villa wanted to build a romantic honeymoon villa for her daughter’s wedding at Sungai Langat.

Inch Lim the celebrated Malaysian garden designer, subsequently advised Jamaliah to build a simple pavilion in a partially walled garden.

It transformed into a garden villa with a living and dining area overlooking the garden, an intimate bed chamber with a four-poster bed, and an open-to-sky bathroom beneath the trees

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