Rumah kayu


About Villa Rumah Kayu

Shady. That was the first impression when coming into Villa Rumah Kayu. Tropical plants grow in front of this house and green garden beautified every corner of it, bringing the cool breeze. Villa Rumah Kayu was designed as a homey and comfortable place to stay so that you would feel as you stay in your home. Built in a typical Indonesian architecture, it's equipped with wooden furniture and also ethnic and traditional ornaments.

Villa Rumah Kayu, luxury villas are a modern fusion of old teak Javanese heritage houses has 5 unique rooms with high privacy for each guest. Some rooms is equipped with private bathroom, AC, refrigerator, TV, and free internet access. Some rooms have semi open bathroom with life plants in it, giving an effect as you shower in an open nature. There are 2 semi open living rooms with garden view, equipped with comfortable wooden chairs. If you like to cook, 1 kitchens complete with kitchen sets are also available.

Today relocated 300 meters from Gili Trawangan's best snorkeling and swimming beach and a short walk to the best bars and restaurants you will find Villa Rumah Kayu luxurious tropical villas. At Villa Rumah Kayu the privacy of our guests as well as comfort and service are extremely important to us. The villas are fully serviced and set up in such a way that you can completely isolate yourself from the rest of the world, but yet our staff and 5 star service is available as soon as you request. On your arrival we will collect you from the harbour and bring you the short distance to Villa Rumah Kayu where you can enjoy a welcome drink whilst you settle in and unpack. If you need bicycle rental, or horse cart / cidomo it is a pleasure for Villa Rumah Kayu to help. You can get all of that comforts and easiness in a very affordable price. You can also rent the rooms longer; weekly or even monthly with much cheaper price.

Java's Joglo Lost to Gili

Many Javanese joglo have been re-erected in Bali as museums, private houses  and hotel accommodation.The joglo and limasan  ancient houses of Java, post-and-beam buildings dating back more than 1,300 years, are springing up like mushrooms across Bali's rice terraced  landscapes. According to Laretna Adishakti, a lecturer in the  department of architecture of Yogyakarta's Gadjah Mada University, who  also happens to sit on the Indonesian Heritage Trust board of directors,  joglo and limasan are also depicted on the relief walls of the 8th century Buddhist temple of Borobudur. However, a millennia on, these teak buildings housing Javanese culture are increasingly being  knocked down and sold off, either overseas or to Bali. Some are re-erected as houses, but many are chopped up and used for furniture, as  so-called recycled timber. And there's you can find in Villa Rumah Kayu, Gili Trawangan an authentic as houses for your holiday.