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Made in Bali: Escape Reality at an Open-Air Bamboo Dome in the...











Made in Bali: Escape Reality at an Open-Air Bamboo Dome in the Jungle

Otherworldly bamboo architecture, epic rice-field views, and your own natural plunge pool…Moon House promises an unforgettable eco-chic escape from it all.

The most romantic of Bambu Indah’s dreamy, stand-alone rooms, this open-air dome tucked into the jungles outside Ubud opens up to the luscious landscape for a fully immersive experience. Add suspended bridges, a massive canopy bed, and a secluded copper tub for moonlight bathing, and what you’ve got is a true love nest.

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