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Here are the best treehouses in Ubud, 2020

Just like other parts of Indonesia, Ubud is a pretty affordable travel destination. It is best to visit Ubud in the dry season, which is between April and September.

You must visit the Tegalalang Rice Terraces. The scenic green rice paddies are a delight to the eyes. You may choose to walk along the various routes. Some prefer to soak the beautiful scenery from the restaurants above the rice terraces.

Tegenungan waterfall, Kanto Lampo, Tukad Cepung waterfall, Sekumpul waterfall, Banyumala twin waterfall, and Gitgit waterfall are the best waterfalls near Ubud.

You can shop for souvenirs at the Ubud market. You can get to know about Balinese architecture at the Ubud Palace. Pura Taman Saraswati temple, Tirta Empul temple, Goa Gajah, and Gunung Kawi temple are worth visiting.

Monkey Forest is a must-have in the itinerary. You can go hiking at the active volcano mountains of Mount Batur and Mount Agung. Campuhan Ridge Walk is another outdoor activity best done around sunrise or sunset. Just like these outdoor activities, staying in treehouses gets you closer to nature.

Here are the best treehouses in Ubud:

  1. Firefly Eco Lodge.
    Br. Ambengan, Peliatan, Ubud, Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia
    This treehouse is built among rice fields. This ensures a stay surrounded by nature. This villa can accommodate 2 people only. So, you should make a reservation for the place at the earliest. Meals are available at a modest cost of $3 per meal.

    But the most amazing part of staying here is sleeping at night. Ladders lead you to the sleeping pod. A comfy bed is built inside the sleeping pod. This sleeping pod is a huge bamboo woven basket. You get to experience a brilliant 360-degree view of rice fields from the suspended pod.

  2. Villa Pererepan.
    Jalan Melayang, Pejeng Kaja, Tampaksiring, Gianyar, Bali 80552, Indonesia
    Villa Pererepan is part of the Awang Awang resort. Villa Pererepan offers charming views of the Petanu River and the tropical jungle. With a single bedroom and a capacity of two people, it is ideal for a romantic getaway.

    The main structure is made using bamboo and iron-wood rims. Doors are made of bamboo and glass. This makes its architecture pretty unique. You have a cute little pool and terrace to yourself, ensuring private relaxation. In fact, this eco villa is among the best private pool villas in Bali.

  3. Nautilus Treehouse.
    Singakerta, Ubud, Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia
    This isn’t a proper treehouse, but a villa built around a tree. You can see pleasant views of the rice fields and jackfruit trees from every room of the house. You can unwind in the private swimming pool. You can ask for a poolside massage at an additional cost.

    The five air-conditioned master bedrooms have enough room for 13 people. Additional mattresses can be provided to accommodate 5 more people. Complimentary breakfast is served. You may have crepes and Balinese cuisine for breakfast at an additional cost. Other meals of local and western dishes can also be arranged at extra charges.

  4. The Rice Joglo Treehouse
    Jalan Sok Wayah, Ubud, Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia
    This is another treehouse built in the middle of rice fields. It is made entirely of teak and features Balinese and Javanese décor. Every room offers scenic views of the rice fields. The property has an outdoor pool.

    The organic farm has rabbits and ducks. Herbs and vegetables grown in this farm are often used to make your meals. Freshly laid duck eggs are served in the complimentary breakfast. A chef can be arranged to cook local Balinese cuisine for you. You can even take cooking lessons from the cook.

  5. Magical modern bamboo treehouse.
    Peliatan, Ubud, Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia
    This treehouse is a few minutes away from central Ubud. Made almost entirely of bamboo, this house is built in rice fields. Thanks to the absence of TV and air conditioners, you will feel connected to nature throughout your stay.

    This treehouse has all the basic and necessary amenities. It is large enough to comfortably accommodate four people. It has a sleeping loft at the highest point of the house. Only the brave can manage to sleep there. The food menu is fully vegetarian and consists of Balinese and Western dishes.

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