hideout beehive bali

The Hideout Bali is quickly becoming one of the most popular locations and accommodations on the island of Bali in Indonesia. Hideout Bali features four bamboo homes that are nestled deep in the jungle beneath the canopies of luscious rainforest and surrounded by a freshwater stream. Booking a couple of nights stay in one of the uniquely designed Hideout Bali Villa’s is definitely something to add to your Bali Bucket List.


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Hideout Bali is located in the Eastern region of Bali. From the main tourist area of Seminyak, it is approximately a 2-hour drive and from Ubud, it is approximately a 1.5-hour drive. The road that leads the way out to Hideout Bali will take you through lively local villages and vast fields of rice terraces in the mountains.


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hideout beehive baliThe Outdoor Lounge at Hideout Bali


There is a small sign on the road that reads ‘HIDEOUT’ and you will see a small car park out the front of the property. You will most likely be greeted by the resident dog Tracey in the car park upon arrival and she will lead you down the path towards the bamboo villas. There is no official reception though one of the staff members from Hideout Bali will make themselves known to assist you with your check-in. 

The Hideout Bali currently has a total of four bamboo jungle homes that can be booked on Airbnb.

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The four villas are:

  • Hideout Bali 
  • Hideout Beehive
  • Hideout Lightroom
  • Hideout Falcon

hideout beehive baliThe Original Hideout Bali Villa

hideout beehive baliHideout Beehive Villa


Hideout Beehive is a double story home with a guesthouse, both of which are uniquely constructed out of bamboo and other natural resources from the land. The Hideout Beehive Bali can sleep up to six people.

The downstairs area at Hideout Beehive features an outdoor jungle bathroom with hot water, a large living area with coffee table and chairs, a fully equipped kitchen including a fridge, gas stove, kettle, toaster, purified water dispenser, cooking utensils and cutlery, an outdoor lounge on the wooden deck, a bamboo seated rope swing and an infinity pool that overlooks the freshwater stream. 

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Upstairs features a massive rounded bed complete with pillows, blankets and mosquito net, an electric keyboard, a sunroof on top of the beehive and an outdoor bamboo balcony that can be accessed through the hobbit-like door.

The Hideout Beehive Bali has a small bamboo guesthouse located in the garden next to the pool. This room features a large double bed with mosquito net, large draping curtains right the way around, a coffee table with chairs and a hammock. The guesthouse is the best spot to zen out while listening to the intense tranquil sounds of the jungle that surrounds Hideout Bali.

For breakfast and Hideout Beehive Bali there are half a dozen raw eggs that can be cooked to your own liking on the gas stove, a loaf of bread to make toast with jam, a fruit platter and tea or coffee. 

Alternatively, you can order food off the menu. The kitchen bistro is open from 8am to 8pm and it’s recommended to order your meals two hours in advance. Enjoy some Indonesian cuisine or some western options at a very affordable price.

Take the stepping stones down to the running stream and explore the nearby rainforest and even catch a glimpse of the neighbouring bamboo home which is the original Hideout Bali

There is also a Bluetooth speaker located in the kitchen to connect an iPod and get some tunes playing to set the mood.

The Hideout Beehive is simply one of the most relaxing and tranquil accommodations I have ever stayed in.

hideout beehive baliThe bamboo rope swing – Hideout Bali

hideout beehive baliThe bamboo guesthouse and infinity pool – Hideout Beehive

hideout beehive baliThe upstairs hobbit door and balcony – Hideout Bali

hideout beehive baliJungle views from the upstairs balcony – Hideout Bali

hideout beehive baliRainforest canopy on the upstairs balcony – Hideout Bali


There are a number of waterfalls to explore in the area, see my complete Bali Waterfalls Guide.

I hope you enjoyed reading this article and I know for sure you will love the Hideout Bali as much as I did!

Happy Adventuring 🙂


  1. July 2, 2018 / 3:27 am

    What a refreshing holiday in the place that surrounded by beach. You should try lombok!

    • Jonny Melon
      July 3, 2018 / 4:08 am

      Thanks. Yes thank you I love lombok

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