This unique Karo House in Bali is the ultimate surf destination. The vacation rental included the entire cabin building to accommodate up to 2 guests, one-bedroom, and one bathroom. This inspiring space and home are perfect for the adventurous and all-around creatives. The Sumatran Karo House has a tropical vibe where you can stay, create, rest, enjoy and meet other people. This 60-year old traditional Sumatran Karo house is made of eternal teak wood which is very special holiday accommodation for an adventurous couple. Included in the vacation rental are a healthy breakfast and daily yoga. A juice detox is available for preorder.
This 60-year old traditional Sumatran house made of eternal teak wood that was painstakingly renewed by hand without missing any of its authenticity. The declined walls were originally meant to keep wild tigers away, the floor which is lifted off the ground was supposed to save food that is kept indoors and the little path around the Sumatran Karo house was made for guarding spirits of the household. This unique Sumatran house is beautifully decorated with batik cushions, rugs, and furniture that are made of recycled wood. All the facilities for the vacation rental are situated in the next building but are used privately by the tenants of the house.
The Sumatran Karo House is a part of the unique eco-resort that has a spacious green garden, out and in-door chill spaces, big sharing pool, Juice Bar with healthy food and drinks, and an outdoor Yoga Studio. Jungle Room’s place is located in Kuta Utara, Bali, Indonesia. The Jungle Room is located in a quiet area of Canggu surrounded by rice fields and jungles. It is 10 minutes on a motorbike from all Canggu's hot spots such as shops, cafes, Batu Bolong Beach (Old Man's) and Echo Beach. During your stay at the Sumatran Karo House, you'll hear the beautiful sounds of nature.
Bali is a province of Indonesia and the westernmost of the Lesser Sunda Islands. Bali is located just east of Jave and west of Lombok, with the province including the island of Bali and a few of the smaller neighboring islands such as Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Penida, and Nusa Ceningan. Denpasar is the provincial capital and is the most populous city in the Lesser Sunda Islands. Bali is the only province with a Hindu majority in Indonesia, with 83.5 percent of the population adhering to the Balinese Hinduism.
The best transport in Bali is a motorbike. You can rent bicycles in the Jungle room. Or use a taxi. An automatic motorbike is one of the best ways that you can explore the countryside in Bali. You can also walk or use a bicycle to get around and explore the area. The traffic in the city can be on the busy side, so if you are a beginner motorbike rider, you will want to practice on the quieter streets outside of the city and ask someone to help show you the basics. Once you have a motorbike, you can explore all sorts of areas.
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