If you ever feel bored of beachside villas or mountain-view resorts, you might want to consider choosing a tree house for your next holiday. Don’t worry; the tree houses that are available for rent nowadays are much more comfortable than the one you clumsily built decades ago – grownups have the best toys, after all.
You are not going to find them in someone’s backyard, though; in fact, the best treetop accommodations are found in some of the world’s most exotic tourist destinations, such as Bali.
These are the top 10 treetop accommodations chosen by HotelsCombined, which has been named the world’s leading hotel price comparison website for two years in a row.
Bangkok Tree House, Thailand
A respite from the hustle and bustle of one of Asia’s busiest cities, this environmentally-friendly sanctuary is hidden away on the mangrove-covered island of Bang Krachao (widely referred to as Bangkok’s “green lung”).
The property's unique treetop nests include an open outdoor platform perched seven metres above ground dubbed as “View with a Room”.
Silky Oaks Lodge, Australia
Guests at this North Queensland bush retreat receive a number of perks in addition to their lofty accommodation – all rooms come complete with a gourmet breakfast, use of river canoes, yoga classes, mountain bike rentals and guided rainforest walks.
Scented oil burners are also on hand in each treetop suite to ensure complete relaxation.
Kupu-Kupu Barong Villas & Tree Spa, Bali
Situated in Ubud, Kupu-Kupu Barong Villas & Tree Spa is located within easy driving distance of Payangan and Tegalalang overlooking the spectacular Ayung River valley and expanses of rice paddies.
Ideal for a honeymoon or a relaxing retreat, these luxury villas provide a unique spa concept to rejuvenate and pamper the guests.
Tongabezi Lodge, Zambia
Tucked away on the banks of the Zambezi River, just upstream from the famous Victoria Falls, this retreat provides a secluded, serene experience.
The treehouse suite, housed among the branches of a majestic ebony tree, provides amazing waterfront views that can be enjoyed either from the canopied king-size bed or while taking a soak in the oversized, claw-footed bathtub.
Ariau Amazon Towers Hotel, Brazil
Widely regarded as the world’s largest treetop hotel, this eco-conscious resort sits high within the Amazon rainforest.
Boasting an impressive five miles of wooden catwalks connecting its 268 rooms and suites, guests here can also enjoy a treetop pool, restaurant, bar and amphitheatre in addition to unique outing activities range from swimming with pink dolphins to piranha fishing.
Xinalani Retreat, Mexico
A relaxing yoga retreat set in picturesque Puerto Vallarta, the elevated jungle cabins at Xinalani emit a truly tropical treehouse look with their thatched roofs and open-air spaces. All accommodation is ocean front, with some suites providing special rustic touches such as hammocks and outdoor showers.
Tree House Hideaway, India
An ideal spot for animal-lovers, this hideaway overlooks the acclaimed Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve - home to one of India’s largest tiger populations as well as spotted deer, jackals, wild boar and a number of bird varieties.
The property’s five treehouses are spread across 21 acres of dense wilderness, ensuring total privacy and abundant wildlife spotting.
Amanpulo Treetop Casitas, The Philippines
Situated on Pamalican (Palawan), this 5-star resort offers a wide variety of leisure activities, such as scuba diving, windsurfing and water activities.
The resort features a spacious layout complementing the natural surroundings.
Hapuku Lodge, New Zealand
Suspended 30 feet above ground within a grove of native Manuka trees, the treehouse accommodation at Hapuku delivers stunning views of New Zealand’s Kaikoura mountain range.
Parents traveling with children will appreciate the family treehouse – a spacious, split-level dwelling with an upper and lower bedroom.
JapaMala Treetop, Malaysia
Located on Tioman Island, this gorgeous villa has a tropical breeze and lush jungle views. The tranquil and crystal-clear ocean would suit anyone looking for a peaceful holiday with loved ones.
Facilities include dining with a view, Samadhi Spa and free snorkeling equipment and kayak.
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