Ruman Hujan is the perfect vacation home that you can ever think of
If you are looking for a perfect vacation home for your trip to Bali then Rumah Hujan will definitely be your safest and best bet. The three-bedroom house is perched on a ravine near the Wos River in Ubud and was designed by Venezuelan-born architect Maximilian Jencquel. The beautiful home was once an ironwood bridge that the architect reclaimed from Borneo and then he worked his magic to create a home that one can only dream of. The house has an extravagant 60-sqm living room and dining room right in its center which is furnished tastefully with various international furniture pieces such as, Danish armchairs and Carrara marble coffee table. The trussed ceiling also adds a lot of charm and personality to the home, accentuating its overall vacation vibe.
Moreover, you can enjoy sunbathing on the timber deck that opens up from the bedrooms. A salty infinity pool, turtle-shaped bamboo pavilion and a badminton court-cum-yoga studio is also incorporated in the design by the architect so that the guests do not need to step out of the house to find recreational activities, if they prefer it to be so. Rumah Hujan offers the guests complete pleasure and as all good things come with a price, this does too for $520 per night. Doesn’t sound like a bad deal, does it?
All Images: Courtesy of The Perfect Hideaway
Property: Rumah Hujan
Architect: Maximilian Jencquel
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