Whether you’re looking to stay in a sleek treehouse with modern amenities or a rustic treehouse for an off-the grid experience, these beautiful properties are sure to inspire Vietnamese travelers wanting to appreciate more simple experiences, such as spending time outdoors on vacation, when the time is right to travel again. The five treehouses below are recommended by Booking.com.
Pu Luong Treehouse, Don village, Ba Thuoc district, Thanh Hoa province
|Those who seek an authentic exposure to natural design will love the rustic wood pieces and brocade décor at Pu Luong Treehouse. Photo: Booking.com
Away from the crowds tucked between the green hills lies the Pu Luong Treehouse. Setting 2.5 meters above the ground, the treehouse is overlooking rice paddies and offering plenty of fresh air for a truly immersive experience in nature.
Enjoy the lush greenery and watch the sunrise right from the glass windows of your room. Those who seek an authentic exposure to natural design will love the rustic wood pieces and brocade décor. The excellent location offers a wide range of outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling and especially jogging.
“Looking for nature, a very comfortable bed in the perfect setting? This is the place! Finger-licking food and super friendly staffs. Feels like you’re inside of a painting. The nature of Pu Luong is breathtaking and the treehouse has such a cozy vibe that made me feel so relaxed and happy,” said Anna, a traveler from Sweden.
Trang An Lamia Bungalow, Hoa Lu district, Ninh Binh province
|The Trang An Lamia Bungalow. Photo: Booking.com
Nestled amidst beautiful mountains, just two kilometers from Hoa Lu Imperial Citadel and Trang An Eco Tourism Complex, Trang An Lamia Bungalow offers a spectacular view of Ninh Binh province. Offering rooms like Bamboo Tree House, Wooden House and Triangle House for friends and family, the quaint design and rustic amenities will ensure an authentic experience to the ancient capital.
The resort also offers eco-friendly products such as refillable glass bottles, bamboo toothbrush and locally grown goods, which are perfect for tourists who seek to reduce plastic waste and recycle more while travelling.
Hana Land Elephant Mountain, Duc Trong district, Dalat city
|Hana Land Elephant Mountain’s treehouse can fulfill the childhood dreams of travelers: eating, sleeping and living on a tree admist the forest. Photo: Booking.com
Located at an altitude of 1756 meters above sea level, Hana Land Elephant Mountain offers 10 unique chalets spreading over five hectares and surrounded by pine trees.
Designed according to the indigenous K’Ho culture, Hana Land Elephant Mountain is a rustic lodge-style accommodation with an eco-agricultural model, offering guests a garden for dining table experience.
Guests can also join Hana Land’s staff on a hike to the green tea hills, visit the farms and learn about the Indigenous life. Let’s eat, sleep and live your childhood dream as you spend the night among the treetops and reconnect with nature!
Phu Quoc Sen Lodge Bungalow Village, Duong To commune, Phu Quoc island, Kien Giang province
|Phu Quoc Sen Lodge Bungalow Village. Photo: Booking.com
From traditional wooden houses to uniquely-designed bungalows and treehouses, Phu Quoc Sen Lodge Bungalow Village is a secluded woodland paradise in this coastal town, perfect for escaping the everyday hustle and bustle and relaxing amidst the tranquility of the forest canopy.
The bungalow village is run by a family of farmers offering a unique experience to immerse travelers in local life. After a fun day by the beach which is just a few minutes away, enjoy a nice BBQ by the pool or enjoy the splendid garden view.
Crazy House (Hang Nga Guesthouse), No 3 Huynh Thuc Khang, ward 4, Dalat city
|Dalat’s famed Crazy House isn’t built on a tree, it’s built within one. Photo: Booking.com
Take a trip down to the wonderland and enjoy a different side of Dalat while staying at the Crazy House. Dalat’s famed Crazy House isn’t built on a tree, it’s built within one. As the name suggests, the hotel is known for its bizarre yet awesome architecture, with its cave-like staircases and hallways, uneven windows, hidden nooks and funky decor.
Each room is uniquely designed and named after an animal to fit the “back to nature” theme. No matter the age, spending the night among the treetops is sure to rekindle fond childhood memories, ignite the imagination, and help people to get closer to the mother nature.