Well, if you are reading this, then I’m very sure that you are in a concrete jungle locked yourself inside 4 walls and having your eyes glued to the screen. Just imagine a day where you are not given any deadlines for your work, and that you have no tension about the way you live your life. Pretty cool, isn’t it. Everybody in this planet, atleast once in their life time would have thought about quitting work for a week and go on a long vacation atleast for a week. And if that is the case, I feel the best stress buster would be going out and relax for a day or two at a jungle house. Moreover it is the best way to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Here are some of the coolest jungle houses which make you forget about your schedule, time and agenda:
This jungle house is built on a tree in a beautiful location alongside the Sok River in Thailand’s Khao Sok National Park. The house is equipped with a western style toilet, shower and a mosquito net. It also offers a terrace which allows you to enjoy the nature at its best.
This jungle house belongs to the Takanada family. The house was built inside a dense jungle and the already existing rocks were used as its foundation. This house has two kitchens (‘m still wondering as you are, why two kitchens??) a bathroom, study room and a living quarter. And the sound of flowing water permeates every nook and corner of the house making it a pleasant experience for your ears.
This jungle house rests in peace deep inside the Brazilian forests. It offers you with a variety of facilities and because of the house being located in the woods… frogs and insects like Spiders, ants are very common inside your living room.
This jungle house shown above is an architectural wonder built by John Hardy and his wife Cynthia. The house is located on the banks of river Ayung. The house has a kitchen, master bedroom, a swimming pool and a custom made rainforest shower.
Ever felt like wanted your energies to get recharged. Then this is the place for you. The exteriors are made to match with that of the surroundings. This would be a perfect place to experience the tropical feeling. Beautiful isn’t it??
This place is situated on the edge of the jungle in the Gandoca-Manzanillo wildlife refuge. This house has two bedrooms, bathroom, living room and a kitchen. The jungle appears to be the home’s green textured wall and in the night the green wall is transformed into a beautiful firefly show.
This architectural wonder can be seen if you dare to enter the thick woods of Karuizawa, Japan. The house is designed with an inspiration from the shape of a conch shell. The house is built with the traditional Japanese design and it just looks amazing, isn’t it?