Our Bali trip continues and yesterday we changed our stay again. From Jimbaran to the more northern based district Canggu. After a quite long cab ride we arrived at Jungleroom, an overwhelming facility which totally justifies its name.

We are located in Canggu – a global surfing, yoga and cultural hotspot in the southern part of the island. Surrounded by jungle and rice fields our resort provides the ideal backdrop for quiet reflection and mindfulness.

As I mentioned above, we had really long journey to our meanwhile fifth accommodation. To be more precisely it took us almost 3 hours for approx. 25km. Didn’t expect that traffic is so heavy here in Bali. However, after a very sparsely breakfast we were starving and tired. Nonetheless we were very excited how the area and our house will look like. And it didn’t disappointed at all.

Creators, makers and doers love our space.

Jungleroom has seven houses it total, the Sumatran Karo House, the Ethnic Wooden House, the River View Bungalow, the Twins Bungalow, the Loft Bungalow, the Summer House, and the Villa Mango. Our current home is the Summer House, which is a quirky cottage with an indoor swing & ladder set hanging from the roof. It totally differs from our previous homes. Very rustically, a lot of wood, an open-air kitchen for our own use etc. It has so much flair, looks old but actually it’s manufactured new. Definitely a place to feel comfortable.

When you consider the rest of the Jungleroom, you’ll clearly recognize the pool for everyone’s use in the middle of the houses. When we leave our house and keep going straight ahead you’ll come to the Juice Bar, which offers organic cold pressed juices and smoothies, young fresh coconuts, smoothie bowls and all day breakfast. The whole menu is filled with vegetarian, vegan, gluten free, and raw options. Definitely, and also for me, a good opportunity to skip meat dishes for some days.



Jungleroom is a unique local accommodation featuring beautiful antique wooden houses imported from the different islands of Indonesia. We host two 100-year old traditional Karo houses from the island of Sumatra and a variety of authentic Joglo houses carefully reclaimed and restored by hand.


Jungleroom, a place for creators, makers, and doers, where health is priority. A place for me.

Here’s the link to the Hotel: http://jungleroombali.com/
Or book directly on Airbnb: https://de.airbnb.com/rooms/12215849?s=BpowZMV1

In friendly collaboration with Jungleroom Bali.

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