1. Crazy House, Dalat, Vietnam

If you’re looking for something right out of a fairytale, then this one’s for you! The gyring boughs of the Crazy House’s five-storey banyan tree will entice you with its queer charm. With its peculiar and incongruous design, the Crazy House is the quintessence of nonconformity and freedom in the architectural field, designed and built by architect Dr Dang Viet Nga. The Crazy House was built as an expression of aggrievement against environmental degradation in Vietnam and around the world with the intention to “retain” nature in architectural form.

The Crazy House has ten animal-themed rooms such as the eagle room, the kangaroo room, the tiger room and the ant room, to name a few. A place of spellbinding unconventional beauty, the Crazy House is certainly a must-stay!

2. Sharma Springs, Bali

With a bamboo architecture that stands six storeys tall, Sharma Springs is currently the tallest bamboo structure in Bali located at the edge of Ayung River valley. There are four bedrooms that comprise en-suite bathrooms, a commodious living room, a private pool and a guest house. Each room is designed according to varied themes. Relish in the sunset views as you recharge in your private pool. If you enjoy outdoor activities, the riverside yoga pavilion and outdoor spa are available, as well as the poolside barbecue where you can enjoy a sizzling grill!

Among the few options, you can opt for Palm Villa, the first home built in Green Village. This 4-storey bamboo villa has three air-conditioned bedrooms with its own en-suite bathroom. The kitchen, dining area and open lounge are available if you wish to cook your own meals. If you prefer to stay in, you can watch a show or movie in the media room. There are many options available at Sharma Springs –  just pick one that suits your fancy!

3. Keemala, Phuket, Thailand

If you’re looking to freshen up your Instagram feed, there’s no treehouse as aesthetically pleasing as Keemala. Nestled in a marvellous frondescence, Keemala’s pool villas are architectural masterpieces imbued with local myths and ancient tribe dwellings. A short drive from Patong beach, the Bird’s Nest Villas is a popular pick with its cocoon of woven wood and glass wall overlooking the rainforest, mountains and the Andaman sea.

Bask in the amazing scenery as you luxuriate in your private pool. Dedicated to eco-friendliness, Keemala contributes to non-profit organisation Kamala Green Club and participates in their monthly beach clean-up. Keemala is also committed to natural cleaning and food is grown on site or locally sourced and leftovers are composted.

4. Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle, Thailand

A stay at the Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle is like no other. As its name suggests, the treehouse is nestled in the historical golden triangle region and natural surroundings of Northern Thailand, bordering Burma and Laos. You’re not only in for a luxurious treehouse experience named after local hill tribes and furnished with distinctive décor, but also interactions with elephants and mountain trail adventures.

Wallow in the spectacular views of Ruak River, Burma, mountainous landscapes of Laos and the panoramas of the lush jungle and Golden Triangle, while glorying in your private wooden hot tub on the outdoor deck. With round-trip airport transfers, meals, house wines and spirits, elephant interaction and a spa treatment ALL in one, a Tented Camp package is highly recommended!

5. Permai Rainforest Resort, Borneo, Sarawak, Malaysia

Revel in the tranquillity and the revivifying forest air of the Permai Rainforest Resort. Located on the shores of the South China Sea and merely a 30-minute drive away from Kuching, the Permai Rainforest Resort offers treehouse accommodations in the Borneo Rainforest.

A leafy haven with castles of wood, Permai Rainforest Resort is a perfect getaway to rekindle your connection to nature and spend time with your loved ones!

According to tripzilla.com