Treehouse with a Rooftop at Thailand
The Jackfruit House is a uniquely-designed treehouse that has its own rooftop terrace. What could be more amazing than that?
- Access to Many Exciting Outdoor Activities
- Friendly and Accommodating Owners and Staff
- Serene and Peaceful Ambiance
- Rooftop Terrace with Stunning View
- Located Beside a Small River
How often will you come across a treehouse with its own rooftop terrace? Very rarely. Lucky for you, you don't need to search far and wide for one because here's the Jackfruit House that's ready for booking.
Built by retired architect Lee , this charming cabin is set on top of a jackfruit tree amidst a lush forest. Aside from having its own rooftop where you can dine, lounge around, and enjoy the stunning 360-degree mountain views, it also has a charming little swing downstairs. And as if that's not enough to entice you, it overlooks a small gurgling river that is sure to soothe the senses.
The Jackfruit House is perfect for two or more people who want a place far from the hubbub and traffic of city life. If you want tranquility and solitude, this is most definitely where you ought to go.
Located in a small village in Doi Saket, Chiangmai, Thailand, the Jackfruit House can accommodate a minimum of two people. And though it doesn't seem like it when you look at it from the outside, it is equipped with modern-day amenities that will ensure your stay is as hassle-free as possible. You see, in addition to a comfortable king-sized bed, the cabin has room fans, showers with hot and cold water, and even a bath tub! Now, what do you say to that?
And if ever you would need anything like food and other stuff, the treehouse is run by very friendly people who would be more than happy to help you out. Also, while staying here, you can check out nearby tourist spots and take part in outdoor activities if that's your kind of thing. Like we told you, this treehouse is great.
How to get there
The Jackfruit House can be found in Pasak Ngam Village which is about 70 kilometers away from Doi Saket in Chiangmai. If you drive from the city, it will take about 1.5 hours to reach the place. However, if you want to arrive at the treehouse without a hassle, you call the owners or staff ahead of time to announce your arrival and have yourself picked up by a shuttle from the Chiangmai airport.
About the area
The Jackfruit House is located a village brimming with breathtaking scenery and historical sites, so if you stay here, you would have access to loads of exciting activities. You can go biking to Bat and Stalagmite caves and through the Red Sand Area, hike through the Coca-Cola Trail in the Swamp Forest, enjoy the stunning views at Sunrise Point, check out the Pasak Ngam Waterfall and have little fish nibble at your feet in the spa there, swim at the Mae Kuang Dam, visit the nearby school and temple, and many more! It's most definitely one of the best places in Chiangmai, Thailand where hike, cycle, and stroll around in the wild outdoors.
We are a family-owned treehouse resort, located in a small village and surrounded by the teakwood forest. Mr. Bullsiri (Lee) , the owner and my father-in-law, is a retired architect. He has started the treehouse project since 2010 as a family vacation home. Later, it was opened for the public in 2012. Currently, we have 6 cottage treehouse and 3 family treehouse to welcome our guests from all over the world. Each unique treehouse was designed and built with love and care. Hope you will enjoy your stay with us.
2 Reviews - Treehouse with a Rooftop at Thailand
Jeroen - the Netherlands
We arrived early in the morning (sleepertrain from Bangkok). They arranged the pick up from the station to the resort. Because it was so early they offered breakfast before even checking in. The whole place was well kept and the food delicious. The family and pets were very friendly and helpful. Couldn't fault our stay!
Harkins - Australia
My Favourite place in Thailand
This place is so wonderful. It is so peaceful. You can always hear the sound of the waterfalls, butterflies are everywhere (in season), and there are also cats, chickens and dogs everywhere.
There are free bikes to borrow and maps to go to a great spot to watch the sunset, a lake, a waterfall and two caves. Not a tourist area at all.
I recommend going and eating at one of the local restaurants too. Food and service were both brilliant.
Pinn, who runs the place is so helpful and lovely. We took a clay making class with her which is a lot of fun.
I hope to come back.