This All-Bamboo Hut In Bali Makes For the Perfect Eco-Friendly Glamping Experience

published Jun 17, 2020
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Traveling might not yet be advisable—what with the pandemic still unsubdued—but that doesn’t have to stop you from dreaming of your next dream destination. And this eco-friendly glamping experience might sell you on Bali.

Studio WNA, a consultancy firm that specializes in bamboo architecture, has finished work on Hideout Horizon, one of the most Instagrammable glamping accommodations around. The 80-square-meter, all-bamboo hut features a massive grass roof and an open space design that gives a breathtaking view of the surrounding rice fields and lush tropical rainforest.

“The most adventurous all-bamboo home is ready to welcome those seeking a little jungle adventure in East Karangasem,” reads the Airbnb description.

The accommodation has three levels, all playfully connected by a bamboo ramp and ladders. The ground floor comes with a living area next to a private pool, a hanging hammock, a fully-equipped kitchen with stove and fridge, and a bathroom with outdoor shower.

Upstairs, there’s a master bedroom with a round bed equipped with a mosquito net, and on the level above, two single beds. On the second floor, there’s a large sprawled net that allows guests to lounge over the pool and take in the sight of Mount Agung—an active volcano and the island’s highest point­—in the distance.

As for air-conditioning? The structure doesn’t have one because bamboo is known for its temperature stability and its layout allows the cool mountain breeze to ventilate it. In fact, the owners say, “it can be very cold up here.”

You can check out more details on Hideout—the owner’s official website—or dive deeper into your dream trip via Airbnb.