We all know that Bali is filled with stunning tropical villas, hidden away hostels and sprawling beachfront resorts, but did you know there are some magical treehouses perched overlooking outstanding rice paddy, ocean and valley views? Well, now you do!

For those who are looking for a bit of adventure, away from the tourist crowds in your own rural escape, a treehouse in Bali is a perfect accommodation.

Combining luxury with outdoor living, a treehouse is a fun and unique way to enjoy a stay in Bali.

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Dreamy Eco Tree House

Set in the sprawling jungles of North Bali, on the outskirts of Singaraja, Dreamy Eco Tree House is a stunning setting for a magical getaway. Built of completely natural local materials on a clove plantation, you can’t escape the magnificent views of the surrounding forest.

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    Staying in a Treehouse in Bali 

    Bali

    Get away from the usual tourist traps to stay in one of the most unique homes in Bali. Treehouses are often found in the rural areas of the island, among nature and looking out over beautiful tropical views. They are a popular place to stay in Bali for escaping it all.

    Made of bamboo, natural materials and with eco-friendly philosophies, a stay in a treehouse will bring you closer to mother earth for a magnificent memorable experience. 

    You won’t be left to fend for yourself. Often cared for by a resort, or friendly locals, the treehouses in Bali are – mostly – equipped with modern facilities including running water, air-conditioning and even swimming pools! An exotic form of glamping. 

    Whether you are looking for ocean views, jungle immersion or rice paddy surroundings, there is a Bali treehouse to suit you. 

    What to Look for in a Treehouse 

    Depending on your budget and preference, there are so many amazing treehouses to choose from. If you want to bask in the lapse of luxury, save some pennies on a rustic authentic spot, or try out something new, there is a spot for you. 

    Airbnb and Booking.com are some of the best sites for finding a treehouse. Often, they are privately owned by locals and expats who want to share their piece of paradise with the world. After finding a place you like, check out the reviews and amenities to make sure it has everything you need! 

    Overall Best Treehouse in Bali
    Dreamy Eco Tree House
    Overall Best Treehouse in Bali

    Dreamy Eco Tree House

    • > $
    • > 2 Guests
    • > Outstanding jungle views
    • > Upstairs bedroom
    Treehouse with the Best Views in Bali
    Rumah Pohon
    Treehouse with the Best Views in Bali

    Rumah Pohon

    • > $
    • > 2 Guests
    • > Basic Facilities
    • > Outstanding Ocean Views
    Best Treehouse in Bali for a Group of Friends
    Bali Unique Treehouse
    Best Treehouse in Bali for a Group of Friends

    Bali Unique Treehouse

    • > $
    • > 5 Guests
    • > Open-air Rustic Treehouse
    • > Sprawling Rice Paddy Views
    Best Budget Treehouse in Bali
    Bali Treehouse Pelangi
    Best Budget Treehouse in Bali

    Bali Treehouse Pelangi

    • > $
    • > 2 Guests
    • > Incredible Landscape Views
    • > Back to Basics
    Best Luxurious Treehouse in Bali
    Hideout Bali
    Best Luxurious Treehouse in Bali

    Hideout Bali

    • > $$
    • > 2 Guests
    • > Beside a Creek
    • > Pet-friendly
    Most Romantic Treehouse for a Honeymoon
    Roots Tree House
    Most Romantic Treehouse for a Honeymoon

    Roots Tree House

    • > $
    • > 2 Guests
    • > Within a Resort
    • > Close to the Beach
    Most Beautiful Treehouse in Bali
    Veluvana Bali
    Most Beautiful Treehouse in Bali

    Veluvana Bali

    • > $$
    • > 2 Guests
    • > Outstanding Natural Views
    • > Private Pool

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    The 10 Best Treehouses in Bali 

    Get ready for some serious wanderlust. Here are the top 10 best treehouses in Bali for a magical, unforgettable, once-in-a-lifetime stay. 

    The Best Overall Treehouse – Dreamy Eco Tree House

    Dreamy Eco Tree House
    • $
    • 2 Guests 
    • Outstanding jungle views
    • Upstairs bedroom

    Set in the sprawling jungles of North Bali, on the outskirts of Singaraja, Dreamy Eco Tree House is a stunning setting for a magical getaway. Built of completely natural local materials on a clove plantation, you can’t escape the magnificent views of the surrounding forest. There is a comfortable living area, full kitchen space and lots of cosy spots to relax in total privacy and serenity.

    Spend days lounging beside the stream, looking out over the treetops, and exploring the nearby landscapes for phenomenal waterfalls, black sand beaches, and local villages. Dreamy Eco Tree House has everything you need for a romantic escape.

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    The Treehouse with the Best Views in Bali – Rumah Pohon

    Rumah Pohon
    • $
    • 2 Guests 
    • Basic facilities 
    • Outstanding ocean views 

    Rumah Pohon is a favourite among Insta-influencers for photoshoots. Located on the beautiful island of Nusa Penida, the treehouse itself is super simple with a double mattress, electric fan and shared bathroom, however, it’s the view that really makes this spot stand out. 

    Close to the edge of the cliffside, Rumah Pohon looks out over unbelievable ocean and island views. If you can manage to wake up for sunrise, you are promised a sensational sight of the sun rising over the tropical coast. 

    Often visited by tourists for the views alone, Rumah Pohon is the place to go for an outstanding tropical setting. 

    Budget Tip: Dorms in Bali start from $10USD per bed. They’re the cheapest accommodation in the city. Search for hostels in the area!

    The Best Treehouse in Bali for a Group of Friends – Bali Unique Treehouse 

    Bali Unique Treehouse
    • $
    • 5 Guests 
    • Open-air rustic treehouse
    • Sprawling rice paddy views

    If you and your mates love to get off the grid and do something unusual, Bali Unique Treehouse is the best place to go. Rustic, simple and immersed in nature, the bamboo house is a beautiful setting for a fun getaway with your friends.

    With all the trappings of a classic treehouse – made of bamboo, open-air, hammocks, beanbags and ladders, it is the perfect Bali treehouse for escaping the crowds and spending quality time together. And, as if that weren’t enough, the home looks out over endless rice paddy views – amazing! 

    The Best Budget Treehouse in Bali – Bali Treehouse Pelangi 

    Bali Treehouse Pelangi
    • $
    • 2 Guests 
    • Incredible landscape views
    • Back to basics

    When you are tight on a budget, or happy to rough it out for a sensational experience, Bali Treehouse Pelangi won’t disappoint. This super basic yet comfortable treehouse has everything you need for a cosy stay, but it’s the view that people really come for. 

    Standing high in the treetops, this magical treehouse has insanely beautiful views of the luscious green Bedugul valley. For those who love to get up close and personal with nature, and get an insight into traditional village life, Bali Treehouse Pelangi is the place to go. It has 5-star hospitality with an outrageously affordable price. 

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    Best Luxurious Treehouse in Bali – Hideout Bali 

    Hideout Bali
    • $$
    • 2 Guests
    • Beside a creek
    • Pet-friendly 

    OK, when I say luxurious I don’t mean ultra-modern, lavish and over-the-top. But, in terms of treehouses, I think Hideout is one of the most luxurious Bali treehouses. With its sensational reputation, beautiful surroundings and all the additional services that can be arranged, you are in for a treat.

    An eco-friendly, locally-owned resort, it is perfectly positioned hidden away from city life in the mountains of Mount Agung. Perfect for couples looking for a romantic rural retreat, or friends looking to escape daily life, it is a stunning place to relax, unwind and disconnect.

    Take advantage of the additional packages available including dinner, spa treatments and photoshoots (all at an extra price). 

    The Most Romantic Treehouse for a Honeymoon – Roots Tree House

    Roots Tree House
    • $
    • 2 Guests
    • Within a resort
    • Close to the beach 

    Another resort-style space with numerous treehouses, Roots Tree House is the best spot for a honeymoon. You will have your own private treehouse with a plush bedroom and lounge area, and still be able to enjoy an on-site restaurant, shared swimming pool and yoga sessions. 

    Featuring a jungle style reminiscent of Ubud, but just a short drive from the beaches of Ungasan, this is the perfect compromise for the surfers who love jungle vibes but want to stay close to the beach. 

    The Most Beautiful Treehouse in Bali – Veluvana Bali 

    Veluvana Bali
    • $$
    • 2 Guests 
    • Outstanding natural views
    • Private pool 

    If you’re looking for romance, beauty and outstanding scenic views, you won’t find anything better than Veluvana Bali. Hidden away in Sideman, far from the crowded tourist-ridden towns, it is a perfect spot to relax, unwind and bask in the incredible Bali landscapes. You can see terraced rice paddies, jungles and expansive skies all from the private balcony.

    Although not your typical treehouse, this bamboo home has everything you need for a comfortable stay – including a private pool! 

    Whether with a partner or friend, Veluvana is an unforgettable location for a peaceful retreat. 

    Treehouse with the Best Views in Bali – Waterfall Rustic Treehouse

    Waterfall Rustic Treehouse
    • $
    • 2 Guests 
    • Endless country views
    • Shared swimming pool

    Perched at the edge of the hillside with phenomenal lush country views, Waterfall Rustic Treehouse is an idyllic place to escape and relax. Located deep in the heart of the island, away from any other tourists, you can soak up the serene and tranquil atmosphere from the poolside sunbeds. 

    Walk to the nearby twin waterfalls, enjoy homemade Balinese cooking, and bask in the beauty of the resort. This quaint and cosy treehouse has everything you need to enjoy a quiet getaway. 

    Best Treehouse in Bali for Families – Villa Nautilus Treehouse

    Villa Nautilus Treehouse
    • $$$
    • 14 Guests
    • Hobbit treehouse
    • Encompassed by jungles 

    Travelling with family doesn’t mean boring hotel rooms and bland Bali itineraries. Why not switch it up for something more unique and memorable? Like Villa Nautilus Treehouse! 

    This treehouse has serious Hobbit home vibes with its eccentric design and natural surroundings. The living areas are sprawling and filled with wooden furnishings, and the 5 bedrooms each feature multiple beds to be able to accommodate up to 14 guests – ideal for an extravagant family escape! The outdoor space is just as incredible.

    Spend days lounging around the infinity pool looking out to the trees, and rent a bicycle to explore the nearby areas. 

    Another Luxury Treehouse in Bali – The LIFT Bali

    The LIFT Bali
    • $
    • 2 Guests
    • At the height of the treetops 
    • Modern trendy style 

    The LIFT Bali is well-known for being designed by the island famed architect, Alexis Dornier. It has a chic, trendy style that combines industrial and comfortable decor. Towering at the height of the surrounding forest, the bedrooms – and toilet – look out over lush jungle views for a relaxing and tropical atmosphere. 

    Within the private grounds, with a few other treehouses, there is a sunny terrace and infinity swimming pool encompassed with lush lawns. 

    If you are looking to escape into the jungle for a tranquil retreat, The LIFT is one of the best treehouses in Bali. 

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    Final Thoughts on Treehouses in Bali 

    If you are looking to live your George of the Jungle dreams, what better place to do it than Bali? From this selection of the best treehouses in Bali, you can spend time immersed in nature, watching the wind blow through the treetops and looking out over the endless lush green countryside. 

    Forget about villas and hotels, treehouses are the new must-try accommodation in Bali! 


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