Who Wants to Stay in This Charming Little Cabin In Bali, Indonesia?
Today’s feature is a cabin of a different kind. It is not made of timber or birch or cedar, but of the fastest-growing woody grass in the tropics– bamboo!
Check out Hideout Bali, a stunning all-bamboo eco-home in Bali, Indonesia. It is lovingly handcrafted by local workers living in the villages nearby.
The Hideout Bali is situated near rice paddies and a river, and it offers a taste of local village life. It can sleep up to 4 people comfortably. You can stay at the property for $163 per night.
This experience is not like any other, we are not some fancy hotel, and we are truly an adventurous experience, rustic and authentic right in the middle of Balinese village life. We welcome long-time travelers, lovers of nature, a spiritual-minded people, trekking-lovers, backpackers, artists, musicians, and eco-enthusiast to share our Bali experience with us. We are most happy with environmentally thinking guests, who treat our home with love and care.
Take a look at these photos and tell us what you think on our Facebook Page!