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The tallest bamboo edifice in Bali, Sharma Springs is a sustainable hotel that’s both an impressive feat of construction and a work of art. Enter the six-level pad through a magnificent tubular bridge, which leads directly to the fourth floor lounge and kitchen. Descend the spiral staircase to access four en-suite double bedrooms (each designed in a different theme), a playroom, and a library. The abode comes with a riverside yoga pavilion, an outdoor spa, a pool with a barbecue area, and a guest house. Architects, designers, and eco-enthusiasts from around the world flock to the building to revel at the fantastic craftsmanship, as well as to learn about bamboo architecture.
Sometimes, tackling the waves truly takes everything from you. Luckily, Sticky’s Place is a secret hideaway that lets you take a quick snooze! Laze away in one of the bungalows, backdropped by the sound of the ocean. As soon as you wake up, you’ll probably find the place loaded with locals retreating from nearby party-central, Single Fin.