We’ve never seen an Airbnb quite like this before – would you spend a night in the treetops?

It has become one of the most popular travel destinations for Australians looking to escape the mid-year drop in temperature and seek some much-needed sun, but not everyone who goes to Bali gets to stay in accommodation like this. The ‘Rumah Pohon’ treehouses, located just south of Bali, are going viral on social media not only for their incredible views but also because they are incredibly affordable!

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All About Timing

Business Insider reports that the trio of treehouses offer a slightly different experience depending on which one you stay in. Each one has a unique view of the ocean and forest surrounds. Guests are unable to select which treehouse they wish to book, however, so there will always be an element of surprise when you arrive! Each treehouse is equipped with basic (emphasis on basic) necessities for two people including a bed, fan and small bedside table. Just be prepared to share a bathroom, with toilet and shower facilities located downstairs. A night in one of the treehouses is priced at just under $60, which we think is incredible value for this one of a kind experience –  especially when you consider the endless Instagram pics you’ll be able to take!

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High Praise

Reviews of the treehouses have said that despite the basic interior, they are well worth checking out. “It’s a once in a lifetime experience,” wrote one guest. “What an amazing place to stay!” said another. While they aren’t the most family friendly, and the interiors aren’t exactly impressive, what better place to live out your childhood treehouse dreams? We’re adding this one to our travel bucket list!

Would you stay a night in one of these treehouses? Let us know in the comments.

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  • I would absolutely LOVE to stay there in a tree house. I am a tree hugger from way back so this would definitely be on my list of things to do ….. when we can finally travel again. What a unique experience and what about that view……. thank you mom for posting that article as I would of never known it existed!! Good job ????


  • Wow looks amazing when the world opens up again


  • This looks gorgeous. I’d be a little concerned about the stability of it though.


  • So incredibly beautiful! Wouldn’t recommended for a honeymoon, not sure if it would be structurally sound enough to withstand newly wed antics lol!!!


  • The view is amazing love it


  • Um, probably not. I’m not too good with heights. And if the wind started blowing, I wouldn’t cope if the treehouse started swaying.


  • The view looks spectacular. I am sure I could spend a week there.


  • Oh if only I have never left Australia all I want to do is travel maybe when I retire


  • The scenery looks spectacular! But I think I would be too worried about falling or the floor collapsing to actually enjoy it


  • I would love to


  • Looks so cool! Might be tricky getting a suitcase up there, but I would love this for an overnight or two!


  • Looks great for a one off stay.


  • I’m sure the views would be amazing but I would like a bit of luxury if staying in a tree house.


  • What a dream! Would loooove to be there!


  • wow this looks amazing and it would be such an adventure for the whole family…out of the norm


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