You can now rent a tree house in Bali for less than $40 a night
If you want to go away on holiday to a tropical paradise, there are plenty of options out there. But how many of them are affordable? And how many of them are truly unique?
If you want to have a beautiful holiday, there are worse places to go than Bali. The island is located in the Indonesian province of the same name, and is the westernmost of the Lesser Sundra Islands. It's a bit of a hotspot with travellers, and for good reason.
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But if you want to visit the island with a little extra flair to make the holiday memorable, you can say goodbye to hotels and check in to a scenic tree house for just $36 per night.
The treehouse is called 'Rumah Pohon', and is located in Nusa Penida - sitting on the coast, giving you and whoever joins you beautiful views of the ocean.
"In this tree house all your childhood dreams embodied in a miracle," the translated description of the property reads. "Imagine waking up from sleep accompanied clean air, the sound of birdsong, and the smell of fresh trees."
"Moreover, coupled with a panoramic view of the sea, sunrise and sunset are certainly amazing In Indonesia, now your dream can be realised because we have found exotic tree house that you can stay," it concludes.
The tree house fits two people - as long as you're sharing a bed and one bathroom, something that's more than worth it for a romantic getaway. And it turns out those who stayed there loved it too!
"This was the most beautiful place I have ever stayed," one reviewer said. "It is a work out to get there but it is so worth it. I didn't think there would be a shower so that was a nice surprise. The food was great and the staff were extremely nice and welcoming."
Another said: "The tree houses are amazing. The sunrises were stunning. We stayed for two days. Perfect for those that want a nature /camping experience in Bali."
The only downside is that the tree house is so popular right now that it's all booked up until September 2019 - so if you want to catch the summer rays from atop this tree house, you might have to plan ahead to 2020.