Located in Sumba, an Indonesian island that is Asia’s most consistent surf breaks, Nihiwatu villa residences is a combination of the charm of natural beauty with traditional architecture and local culture. The surf resort is tucked between rice fields, tropical flora and beaches with rugged headlands.
In Nihiwatu, visitors can enjoy the Mamole Tree House, a three-bedroom complex positioned amid wispy trees and jungle vegetation. The two-story house perched on wooden stilts look out over an elevated infinity pool and pavilion to the pristine beaches beyond.
The main treehouse has a private pool, living room, bathroom, and bedroom. Other tree houses connected by a bamboo bridge to facilitate the guests to go to the one house towards the other house. Each house has a bedroom, bathroom and balcony.
Home and design of the rooms in this villa is designed with the traditional architecture of the Sumba house. Highlights of the villas include an outdoor jungle shower, a spacious balcony with a bathtub, a study room, and bedrooms. On the outside there is a dining area, a thatch-roofed pavilion lined with sofas and chairs, and a deck with a wonderful view.