Top 5 Tree House Hotels In Bali
Stay in one of Bali’s famous Tree Houses!
Building with bamboo has become quite an institution in Bali these days. Not only is it a good choice environmentally, but the designs are incredible and what childhood fantasies are made of! Now we are lucky enough to have many bamboo houses available to rent. Add one to your holiday itinerary, or if you live in Bali – take a staycation! Get your gorgeous pics, connect with nature, take in some amazing views and enjoy a stay in Bali that you won’t soon forget. Here are our Top 5 tree house hotels in Bali.
Hideout Bali was one of the first Bali Bamboo houses to become popular with visitors. This eco stay is set in the mountains of Gunung Agung volcano. It takes 90 minutes from Ubud to reach the house. Surrounded by rice fields and located by a river, this is a getaway for nature lovers! Hideout Bali sleeps 2 guests and comes with a scooter and two helmets to explore the surrounding villages with. You can see by the pictures why Hideout Bali is number 4 of “most wished” Airbnb properties in the world! Be sure to book early to secure your stay here.
Camaya Bali is probably the most Instagrammed Bali bamboo house right now. You are sure to have scrolled pass the gorgeous images of people laying on the nets looking out to the endless sea of green rice fields! Camaya Bali is actually made up of more than one house. There is the original house Camaya Bali Suboya – this house sleeps up to 4 guests. There is Camaya Bali Butterfly which also sleeps 4 guests and has a small plunge pool with a view! Camaya Bali Pyramid and Camaya Bali Lotus (also sleeping up to 4 guests) and each have their own unique style. These houses are situated in one of our favourite areas of Bali, Sideman on Bali’s East coast. There is lots to see and do around this area of Bali including visiting temples, hiking and exploring waterfalls.
Catch a stunning sunrise at the gorgeous Aura House Bali, this Bali Bamboo house is located 25 minutes from Ubud and has an Agung river view. With its famous egg-shaped entrance door, natural pool and jungle views, this 2 bedroom bamboo house can either be enjoyed with friends or used for a romantic stay. While staying at this tree house hotel in Bali you can indulge in inhouse massages, take a bamboo related workshop or do some touring in the surrounding areas. If you have a drone, be sure to bring it – the birds-eye view is pretty epic!
Bird Hills Bambo House Bali is a cute little tree house that sleeps 2 and is located in Sideman, Bali. Located on the top of a hill, the access road is narrow… but the location rewards you with stunning sunrise views! The hosts have thought of everything, even planting lemongrass to ensure the mosquitos are kept at bay in this open style hut. There is plenty to do and explore in this area of Bali. One of the most popular activities is taking a cooking class where the school is located only five minutes away from the house. On your way to Birds Hill Bali you will pass Bali’s famous water palace and many other gorgeous sights too!
Kumbuh Jungle is one of the few tree house hotels in Bali too host a larger style pool. It is rustic and authentic and found right amongst the Bali village life. It sleeps two, so make this a romantic stay or get eco & adventurous with a friend! You’ll find Kumbu Jungle amongst the lush jungle of Bawak river at Kumbuh Village. There is also a large outdoor bathroom, canopy and net to relax and enjoy the view. You’ll have staff on call to help with your needs from 8 am to 8 pm. The real star of this property though is the swing bed, where you can relax with a view of the jungle and take it all in!
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