Peaceful Little Wooden Cottage in Thailand

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I can imagine living so peacefully in a wooden cabin or cottage just like this out in the forest near a river or a lake. At times I would miss being near the city but in this particular spot they say it is just 10 minutes from the nearest town. It’s a one bedroom cottage in Thailand in Chiang Mai. Learn more and see more pics here.

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Tiny Bungalow Resort in the Jungle of Thailand

beautiful bungalow resort in jungle, Koh Chang, Thailand

It’s always a little sad to me the fact that almost all really nice tiny houses are some kind of resort.

But at least they serve as inspiration as to what we can do with small spaces for ourselves.

What are your thoughts on this beautiful little bungalow on stilts in Thailand?

Personally, it’s right up my alley thanks to the elevation of the home and the front porch that doubles as a really nice balcony.

How about you? Would you build a tiny home like this for yourself?

Thailand Bamboo Tiny House Resort

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This is a bungalow resort in the jungles of Ko Lanta, Thailand.

It would probably be great during part of the season but during other times you’d probably have to use mosquito nets and such.

So it will be sort of like camping or glamor camping (glamping), right?

Anyways, the design is beautiful and I only can imagine how simple it is inside. The structures seem to be made out of bamboo.

Looks like it’s a pretty tight compound in the jungle and I imagine it’s close to the ocean.

I found some information on this vacation here if you’re interested in seeing more. Here’s a blurb from TripAdvisor:

The dive sites surrounding Ko Lanta are considered to be some of Thailand’s finest. An intricate system of reefs, islets, and underwater caves are teeming with vibrant sea life. While you splash in the waves you may catch a glimpse of a Moken (sea gypsy) boat, gliding nomadically through the waters.

What do you think about this type of tiny house vacation? Would you do it?