Here’s a new travel trend that we can’t have enough of! Glamping – the combination of the words glamorous and camping – is what urban travelers are now turning to. It’s perfect for people who want an amazing outdoor adventure but with all the luxuries we’re so used to. For starters, you won’t have to pitch a tent or eat out of tin cans in any of these places. Instead, you walk straight into a picture-perfect tent set-up in the best of locations, fully equipped with all the modern amenities!

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That’s how you get the best of both worlds. And when in Asia, these are glamping spots are worth a visit.

1. Sandat Glamping Tents – Ubud, Bali, Indonesia

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Think Bali’s all about beaches and temples? At Sandat Glamping you’ll see this exotic island in a whole new light. Nestled in the famous rice fields, this resort offers five luxury tents (including two suites) that house hand-crafted bamboo beds and chic, earthy furnishings. A private infinity pool amid the lush surroundings is also at your disposal.

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Address: Jalan Subak Sala – Banjar Sala – Pejeng Kawan, Ubud, Bali, 80571, Indonesia
Telephone: +62 821 44081998
Average cost for one night: S$394

2. Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle – Chiang Rai, Thailand

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Camouflaged by the natural surroundings of the Laos-Burma border, the Four Seasons glamping spot is ideal for getting away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Their luxury tents are a treat in themselves. While the Deluxe tents come with custom-made wooden tubs, the Superior ones feature copper tubs AND an outdoor shower. Talk about living it out in the wild!

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And while you’re at it, explore the beautiful mountain trails and bamboo jungles, watch the elephants in their natural habitat and, last but not the least, watch the sun rise over the Laos mountains which is a spectacular sight!

Address: P.O. Box 18, Chiang Saen Post Office,  Chiang Rai 57150, Thailand
Telephone: +66 53 910-200
Average cost for one night: S$3,700

3. Damodra Desert Camp – Rajasthan, India

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If you’re up for a desert adventure in Incredible India, Rajasthan is the place for you! The camp doesn’t disappoint and comes with air-conditioned Swiss tents, with super-comfy beds and attached baths complete with Ayurvedic toiletries. An ideal package includes camel rides at sunset, folk dance to local tunes, and sightseeing. The adventurous souls can opt for an overnight tour of the sand dunes and get up close and personal with the Milky Way and the wildlife.

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Address: V.P.O: Damodra, Sam Road, Jaisalmer -345001 (Raj) India
Telephone: +91 941 415 0583
Average cost for one night: S$200

4. 4 Rivers Floating Lodge – Koh Kong, Tatai River, Cambodia

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This waterfront glamping space is an idyllic retreat with a stunning view of the Cardamom Mountains and the Tatai River. Each tent comes with its own private terrace that lets you unwind over a drink while you soak in the natural surroundings. An attached bath, a flat-screen TV, a DVD player and a minibar will be at your disposal! What’s more, the adventurer in you can enjoy the coastal mangroves and the famous Tatai waterfall as part of a day trip.

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Address: Koh Andet Island, Tatai, Cambodia
Telephone: +855 97 643 4032
Average cost for one night: S$350

5. Pardus Seek Luxury Camping – Palatupana, Sri Lanka

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A glamping haven in Sri Lanka’s Isle Paradise, the tents come fully equipped with private patios, bath and, most importantly, free Wi-Fi in all areas (little jig!). But all these modern amenities pale in comparison to the rugged, wild beauty of the Yala National Park that’s merely 5 minutes away from your camping spot. Blessed with abundant wildlife, the park is home to elephants, leopards, crocs and wild buffaloes.

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Address: Pardus Seek Luxury Tents, Yala National Park, Main Entrance Rd, Palatupana, Sri Lanka
Telephone: +94 77 754 5666
Average cost for one night: S$380

6. Hoshinoya Fuji – Fujikawaguchiko, Japan

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A true glamping paradise is where the temperature is ideal, the bed is soft, the bathroom is fully equipped and meals delicious. Hoshinoya Fuji meets all of these requirements and how! The outdoor terrace is just the place for some quiet reading or napping, and the delicious meals are prepared by chefs who only place the freshest meat and produce on their grill.

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And when you’re finally able to tear yourself away from this little haven, go out and enjoy some activities like canoeing in Lake Kawaguchi and horseback rides at the foot of Mt. Fuji, and even some impromptu barista lessons at the resort.

Address: 1408 Oishi, Fujikawaguchiko-machi, Minami Tsuru-gun, Yamanashi, 401-0305, Japan
Telephone: +81 50 3786 1144
Average cost for one night: S$1,400

7. Raventree Glamping – South Korea

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South Korea’s answer to the global trend of glamping, this campsite houses lodge-style, two-tier tents that have all the modern amenities, including a dining table, refrigerator, a barbecue grill and even a dishwasher. Choose from their packages and you can find yourself glamping at a waterfront, by a mountain or even by an art museum.

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Ideal for kids, their sites provide many age-appropriate activities to keep the kids engaged, while you can explore the area by hiking or renting a bike. For thrill-seekers, there’s even kayaking and kite surfing.

Address: Gapyeong, South Korea (if you want to reach, you’ll find a way or simply follow the map!)
Average cost of combo package: S$130 (for 2) and S$260 (for 4)

8. The Canopi – Bintan, Indonesia

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Just a ferry ride away, this glamping spot in Bintan is ideal for Singapore residents to escape city life for a day or two. The Canopi takes glamorous camping to a new level with outdoor Jacuzzis, heavenly four-poster beds and even private gardens with hammock.

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This is an ideal place for both peace-loving vacationers and thrill-seeking adventurers. The former can while away their days reading, drinking and stargazing, while the latter indulge in both water and land sports (jetovators, wakeboarding, ATV rides, etc.)!

Address: Jln. Raya Haji KM 01 Kawasan, Pariwisata, Teluk Sebong Lagoi, Bintan, Kepulauan Riau 29152, Indonesia
Telephone: +62 770 69 2252/53
Average cost for one night: S$220

9. Sailor’s Rest Resort – Janda Baik, Malaysia

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Nestled in Malaysia’s Titiwangsa Mountain Range, this resort is designed to cater to glamping lovers with its fine tents, comfy mattresses and warm comforters. The crisp mountain air is a welcome change as you enjoy the tropical rainforest blessed with abundant fauna and flora. An ornithologist’s paradise, this place is also a perfect refuge if you’re escaping from coastal cities that can be really hot. The waterfall trek, the river walk and river bathing form the highlights of this beautiful camping site.

Address: Lot 8592, Lorong Dato Panglima, Kg. Sg. Lurau, Janda Baik, 28750 Bentong, Pahang, Malaysia
Telephone: +60 12 360 9227
Average cost for one night: S$125

So folks, pack your bags and get glamping! Live it out in the wild without compromising on the luxuries of life – that’s exactly what happens when glamour meets camping.


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