For adventurous travelers seeking an escape from the hustle and bustle of modern life, the Hideout Bali offers the perfect off-grid experience. Nestled in the lush mountains of the Gunung Agung volcano in Indonesia, these bamboo cabins transport guests to an enchanting world of solitude and serenity, where the only sounds are those of the surrounding forest and river.
The Hideout Bali is located about 40 minutes away from the city of Ubud, a journey that takes guests through scenic rice paddy fields and forested hills. The resort itself is situated at the end of a winding road, perfectly positioned on the banks of a river. Made entirely of bamboo, the cabins blend seamlessly with the surrounding nature, offering an unobtrusive retreat from the world.
The two-story, open-plan bamboo cabin features a ground floor with a kitchen area and a living room, equipped with everything needed for a relaxing stay, including a hammock. The outdoor, open-air bathroom allows guests to shower under the trees with a view of the sky. The entire second floor of the cabin is a bedroom with large windows overlooking the river, providing a peaceful backdrop for restful nights. The cabin does not have air conditioning, but the natural properties of bamboo help regulate the temperature, ensuring a comfortable stay without the noise of modern appliances.
At Hideout Bali, the absence of a TV and the slow, spotty WiFi encourage guests to disconnect from technology and immerse themselves in the beauty of their surroundings. It’s an opportunity to reconnect with oneself and nature, experiencing the authentic life of a Balinese village.
Rates for a night at the Hideout Bali start from €150, and reservations can be made via Airbnb.
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