12 Breathtaking Airbnb’s Across Asia For Anyone In Desperate Need of a Nature Retreat
You can get a private villa with a rooftop pool for just $44 per night
Being surrounded by technology 24 hours a day, 7 days a week can get unbelievably draining after a while. We’ve all been there — whether it’s work or school, waking up to the sound of urgent notifications going off one after the other is truly one of the most stress-inducing things ever.
So if you’re looking for a bit of rest and relaxation plus a detox from the hectic speed of city life, here are 12 gorgeous options with breathtaking views. Why not book a spontaneous vacation? Just call it self-care.
If you want to be one with nature but can’t give up modern-day luxuries, this newly-renovated villa has everything you could ever want, from a 24-hour butler service, car rentals to a hot tub. The villa takes up to six guests at a time and costs $186 per night.
For $90 a night, you and two guests can stay at this hilltop villa with an infinity pool. The stunning sunsets and mountains make this villa ideal for a break from the city life or a romantic getaway.
Hoi An, Vietnam
This unique house on stilts can host up to four guests and has received 5/5 stars for cleanliness and location. At $150 a night, you can stay in this secluded home that’s also just minutes from the nearest beach!
For $180 a night, you and three guests can book out this Luxury Cottage with killer views of the mountains and the skies. The home has a 5/5 star rating and has even been featured in Vogue.
Seogwipo-si, South Korea
This sleek and modern beach house can host up to four guests at a time and has a flawless 5/5 starts overall rating for accuracy, communication, cleanliness, location, check-in and value. The home has been built to symbolize a bird flying towards the sea and even has a hot tub and 65-in TV.
Sanya Shi, China
This massive villa flaunts a private swimming pool, 24-hour butler service and five-star security system. At $315 per night, they can take up to 10 guests at a time – perfect for a massive group holiday.
The Izu Cliff House is a modernist cliff-side villa built in 1971 that sits inside of a coastal National Park. The house is in a completely private, natural setting where you have perfect views of the surrounding hills and the Pacific Ocean with no other buildings in sight. Priced at $363 per night, they can host up to five guests at a time.
This brand new luxury villa has a private pool with an unbelievably breathtaking view of the sea. The villa has an open plan living area that leads out to the infinity pool and even includes a gym. They charge $129 per night and can take up to eight guests at a time.
Shoufeng Township, Taiwan
This cozy and private log cabin can host up to three guests and is only a five-minute walk away from the nearest beach. For $108 per night, you’ll get stunning views and complete privacy away from the city.
Krong Kaeb, Cambodia
The Villa Dharma is nestled under Kep’s national Park and flaunts a pool, rooftop relaxation patio and an outdoor dining area. The Tropical Villa charges $100 per night and can host up to six guests at a time.
This suite is nestled in the middle of the forest and has a pool overlooking the Taal Lake and Taal Volcanoes. For $171 per night, you and 4 guests can enjoy the beautiful suite and its gardens and greenhouse.
Ampitiya, Sri Lanka
For just $44 per night, you and one other guest can stay in this villa/miniature castle with a private rooftop pool, tropical sky garden and a complimentary breakfast. The villa has been rated 5/5 stars for cleanliness, communication, accuracy and value.
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