Float Above The Treetops In One of Bali’s Most Breathtaking Infinity Pools

Apr 9, 2018

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Whatever you do, don’t look down… That is, if you’re lounging around at the Hanging Gardens in Bali.

Set in the heart of the Balinese jungle, this exotic property gives travelers a true escape. Its intoxicating surroundings and dream-worthy private villas provide guests the perfect balance of luxury and nature. In fact, it’s so special that it’s earned the title of the World’s First 7-star Boutique Hotel.

Even better, staying a few nights here won’t cost you your life’s savings — in fact, some rates are cheaper than some American hotels. Riverside Villas, complete with a king bed, jungle view and a private infinity pool, start at just $492 (plus tax). 

And, while its beauty and affordable price point are enough to make us want to book a trip, the true star of this resort is its insane infinity pool.

The main pool is the core of the property — and is definitely worth an Instagram post (or two). The pool was specifically designed to give swimmers the sensation of floating above the trees. It was even voted the “World’s Best Swimming Pool” by Condé Nast Traveller, and ranks as #1 on TripAdvisor’s list. We can’t imagine a better place to float away our vacation.

If you’re looking for a special spot to get in some R&R, a trip to this once-in-a-lifetime property is a must.

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