In Bali, no dream is too extreme.
The treehouses of our childhood were rustic, wooden and unliveable, while the treehouses in Bali can be luxurious, scenic and beyond your wildest dreams.
For something a little different than the average Bali villa, you can find a hideaway in the countryside, overlooking sprawling scenery with extravagant amenities.
In the more rural areas of the island, there are so many treehouses that will take your breath away, as well as simple spots that have OUTSTANDING views.
Here are 11 of our faves!
11 Amazing Treehouses in Bali
Shrouded in peace, serenity and magic, it is easy to forget that Roots Tree House is perfectly located close to the hotspots of Uluwatu.
The town has some of the most amazing beaches in Bali, all just a short drive from the treehouse. Within a shared property, there are private treehouses above the gardens, embedded in the ancient branches.
Like a private wonderland, each of the treehouses are comfortable yet simple full of wooden decor, plush furnishings and homey amenities.
A perfect escape for a honeymoon or romantic escape, you can spend quality time with your loved one in total peace and privacy.
Roots Tree House has a shared swimming pool, restaurant and gardens to wander.
To escape the crowds and relax, it is a stunning setting!
Far away from the crowds of tourists, Bird Hills Bamboo House is a scenic heaven.
Surrounded by rice fields, rice terraces, rushing rivers, epic waterfalls and a total village atmosphere, the treehouse is constructed from locally sourced bamboo in Sidemen.
Supporting the local community while giving back to the environment, it is a great spot for getting a peek at local life.
Etched into the hillside, with sprawling balconies, cozy furnishings and Western facilities, Birds Hill is an unforgettable space.
Dine in the room from the room service menu, tasting local favorites in a magical home.
If you are looking for an adventure, head out to wander the jungles, bathe in waterfalls and bask in awe at the rice terraces.
Sidemen is a must-visit spot for any photographer, nature-lover and explorer.
Nautilus Treehouse is the BIGGEST treehouse in Bali.
Looking like a Hobbit home with round windows and thatched roofs, it is a magnificent escape encompassed by towering trees and vast paddies.
Each of the 5 bedrooms have multiple beds, and the living area features a sofa bed for extra guests.
For a large family or group of friends, it is a beautiful property to spend quality time together in paradise.
With twisting tree trunks in the heart of the villa, a glistening infinity pool and winding staircase, it is a childhood treehouse on steroids.
Only a short drive from central Ubud, you can spend your days exploring the must-see sights with a scenic home to return to.
On the rolling hills of Sidemen, Veluvana Bali is a totally natural and beautiful treehouse.
Probably one of the most famous Bali treehouses, Veluvana is made of locally sourced bamboo, committing to eco-friendly practices and a traditional Balinese style.
With a view of Mount Agung from the bamboo beds, you can wake up early to a foggy horizon and the tip of the volcano peeking out.
Perfect for your Instagram feed and a romantic escape, there are 2 bamboo homes within the complex. Both offer a stunning, spectacular stay.
Get away from the regular hotels and resorts for a more intimate, memorable and once-in-a-lifetime escape.
A collection of Bali eco-lodges in the shadow of Mount Agung, Hideout Eco Bamboo is a serene jungle getaway.
Each stunningly designed with locally sourced materials and natural surroundings, it is luxury in the rural hills of Selat.
The treehouses are cared for by a team of super friendly locals who provide a 5-star service. You can arrange in-villa spa treatments, cooking lessons, and trekking adventures through the team.
There are 7 homes to choose from. Each with their own private gardens, endless green views and cozy amenities.
After a day of hiking the hills, dipping into waterfalls and seeing the hidden gems of Bali, Hideout treehouses are a comfortable and serene place to relax.
Let’s take a moment off the main land and take a look at treehouses on the paradise islands surrounding Bali.
Rumah Pohon Treehouse is exactly as you would picture a tropical treehouse. Towering and simple, it is rustic with UNBELIEVABLE views.
A lot of treehouses in Bali try to be luxurious and natural, while Rumah Pohon in Nusa Penida feeds off the setting alone.
At the top of a hill, overlooking endless ocean views, impressive cliff sides and crashing waves, you can bask in magnificent breezes and catch stunning sunrises and sunsets.
You are gonna have to work for it though. The treehouse is a hefty walk with stairs and rocky terrain, but it’s SO worth it.
Keep in mind that the treehouse is very basic, with just a bed and fan. It is all about the views.
If you don’t fancy staying over, you can pay a small fee to take pictures at the treehouse and catch a mesmerising sunset.
Sukanusa Luxury Huts are thatched bungalows on Nusa Lembongan that are affordable, comfortable and quaint.
Perfect for divers and snorkelers, it is just a short walk from the beach where you can explore the underwater world right off the sand.
With a shared outdoor pool, lush gardens, restaurant and cafe, you can enjoy the quiet and peaceful setting all day long.
Able to accommodate double or twin beds, featuring en-suite bathrooms and a seating area, each of the bungalows are their own private oasis.
Dreamstay Tree House is another super simple space in an unforgettable setting on Nusa Penida.
An isolated, rustic bungalow with a thatched roof and simple furnishings, you really stay here for the views.
Sitting at the top of a cliff, with endless ocean views, towering cliffs and crashing waves, this is one for the off-the-beaten-path tourists.
There are 4 bungalows on the premises, each totally private with a shared bathroom.
Dig into a tasty, easy breakfast on the terrace, looking out over the vast surroundings and preparing your itinerary for your day.
Dreamstay is an affordable and memorable place to stay in Nusa Penida.
Wrapped around a tree, Gading Treehouse is one of the more authentic treehouses on Nusa Penida.
Sat on the hillside, the entire complex looks out over lush green views with magnificent sunset sights.
There is a glistening shared pool, friendly staff and an onsite cafe for those days you don’t fancy heading out to explore.
Super cool and relaxing, each of the rooms are made of bamboo and have outdoor bathrooms. Immerse in nature while feeling at home.
Just a short drive from beaches, diving spots, restaurants and reefs, it is an amazing base to visit all the best bits of the island.
Back over to the main island, Ananda House is another luxurious treehouse in Bali.
The sprawling 3 bedroom, 3 level home is hidden away in the Green Village, Abiansemal. Overlooking luscious jungles and natural landscapes, it is a beautiful place to escape.
The impressive Ananda House was built in the most traditional and local way. No modern, electrical equipment was used. Everything was carried by hand, and built using traditional techniques.
On the edge of Ayung River, the treehouse is as eco-friendly as possible and asks that you do the same.
Take tours of the area, explore the Green Village, and bask in the serenity and peace of the natural setting.
If you’re looking for a budget-friendly treehouse stay in Bali, Gumi Ayu Bali is perfect!
In a tranquil, natural setting with tons of nearby attractions – like Munduk Waterfall Trail, Mount Batur and more – it is not only beautiful.
Each of the rooms have private balconies with views of the jungle, and some with a river view. You’ll have WiFi, large and extra large beds, and a hammock on a spacious balcony to relax in.
It’s a great spot for both adventure seekers and those looking for some ultimate relaxation.
Many of these treehouses in Bali are luxurious are lavish. Others are super simple and rustic, like those of our childhoods.
If you are looking to escape crowds, have a solo retreat or romantic, intimate getaway, a treehouse is an amazing option.
Get in among nature, visit less-visited parts of Bali, and reconnect with yourself.