SUDAJI - Selat Bali Hand-carved GladakHave you ever slept in a work of art? From the artesans of Java to the farmers of northern Bali, this stunning 50-year old hand carved Gladak (teak house) housed original East Javanese owners before making its way by boat across the Selat Bali (Bali Strait), to be fully reconstructed on quiet farmland at the fringes of the charming village of Sudaji. Made completely of teak wood, no nails were needed for the reconstruction of this unique home, its hand carved walls skilfully slotted together.
Sudaji Gazebo: A unique home near Sekempul FallsAt the fringes of the charming traditional Balinese village of Sudaji lies Sunsetsala, a collection of four completely private homes set amid the rice fields. Sudaji Gazebo, a unique octagon-shaped house, beckons to solo travellers in search of tranquility or couples after quality time in a dreamy natural setting. Constructed in glass and wood with a roof thatched with alang alang and a bamboo bathroom, it opens to breathtaking mountain views and a valley of ricefields dotted with palm trees.
The Sudaji Riverside Cottage. Stunning views.Imagine waking in a comfortable queen-size bed to the sound of birds and the flowing river, in your own private bungalow nestled on a hillside in the ricefields looking across gardens and a valley of palms and rice terraces, not another building in site. You might greet the day by preparing yourself a Bali coffee and soaking in the view from your private terrace. Or perhaps the adventurous visitor might wake up with fresh plunge into the river, a 5 minute hike downhill from your bungalow.