Everybody has their own way of enjoying the end of the year. Be it in the comfort of your own home, in the arms of your loved ones, or among the glorious mass of nature—it definitely has to be both pleasant and memorable. So really, why not enjoy all of them at the same time? With the recent trend in glamorous camping, simply shortened as “glamping”, these adventurous and peaceful glamping sites can ease your mind with the luxury they offer without having to worry about all the hassles of life. Moreover, these sites are spread across Indonesia. How convenient!
Menjangan Dynasty Resort, Bali
Providing the best views of Northwest Bali, glorious beaches, and exotic tent villas, Menjangan Dynasty Resort offers one of the most-pampered glamping experiences in Bali. One of its most-sought-after attractions is a type of deer that has inspired the resorts name, “Menjangan”.
Escape Nomade, Bali
Known as one of the most-popular glamping sites in Indonesia, Escape Nomade offers a tropical paradise getaway in Bali for those seeking to remove themselves from the fast-paced life of the city. It offers luxury tents that you can customise to your personal preferences.
Sandat Glamping Tents, Bali
Make way for the pioneer of all glamping sites in Bali. Established in 2013, Sandat Glamping Tents presents a uniquely lavish glamping spot featuring eco-architectural designs to support the lustrous mass of green around it.
Jeeva Beloam Beach Camp, Lombok
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Experience serenity under the sun and over the two untamed white-sand beaches at the remote Jeeva Beloam Beach Camp. Dubbed as one of the few barely touched places in the world, this isolated cove will be your own personal paradise worth cherishing with your loved ones.
The Canopi, Bintan
Only a short ferry ride away from Singapore, The Canopi offers the best luxury of the Chill Cove at Treasure Bay Bintan. It presents a rather adventurous pleasure for you and your family to enjoy. Spanning more than 90 hectares with a Mangrove Nature Park and Southeast Asia’s first Crystal Lagoon, it is absolutely one of the best options on our list.
Legok Kondang, Bandung
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If you’re more of a mountain person rather than a beach bum, Legok Kondang may be the perfect choice for you. With the majestic sight of mountains, refreshing air, and expanding green vistas, it’s no surprise why this site attracts so many visitors every weekend or during holidays.
Amanwana, Moyo Island
With breezy tamarind trees, vast open seas, and a well-known open-air treatment room perfect for the best massages, Amanwana is too tempting to resist. Located on the isolated and unspoiled nature of Moyo Island, it showcases their richness in nature like no other resort can.
La Cocoteraie Ecolodge, Lombok
A rustic environment, golden sun, and a glorious underwater park: what’s more to want? What makes this spot even better is the fact that how committed the staff are about sustainability and the environment. So do bring your own bottle if you’re considering visiting this fabulous glamping site and enjoying the breathtaking views around you.
Capella Ubud, Bali
Experience the best of Bali’s culture at the famous Capella Ubud. The adventurous, refined tented camp is not only rich in culture, but also pastoral and charming. With distinctive food, unique design, and beautiful views, Capella Ubud wins each and every guest’s heart.
Overseeing a rather remote side of Bandung, Trizara Resorts will make you feel like you’re right on top of the world. Sitting at the peak of Lembang, staying here allows you to be at one with nature without having to worry about inconveniences or your daily life’s demands.