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10 Amazing Tree Houses You wish You Owned

As a kid, my parents taught me to appreciate nature and we used to go to places like Bukit Cherakah, Port Dickson and FRIM where nature ruled.

I really like hiking but not extreme hiking where crossing rivers and climbing vertical rocks are required. The last time I went into a jungle was at Bako, Sarawak years ago.

I love being in nature as long as the amenities (and functioning bathroom!) are there. What about you? Would you love staying in these gorgeous tree houses?

Homie Treehouse (Unknown Location)

Treehouse by Takashi Kobayashi in Japan

Spider’s Leg Treehouse in Germany.

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Tree House Andre Wenning
Located in Osnabrück Germany, Andrea Wenning is one of the most famous architects who design tree houses. It is very famous in Europe and his work is of the most recognized worldwide, was the creator of this beautiful tree and describes it as the perfect place for a romantic getaway or friends.

Somewhere in Germany

Just relaxing out on the deck of your awesome tree house - sounds good to me. This beautiful tree house was built by Tereasa Surratt and David Hernandez.
This beautiful tree house was built by Tereasa Surratt and David Hernandez.

23+ Awesome Tree House Design Ideas
Location unknown

Now that's a treehouse! Awesome! - Explore the World with Travel Nerd Nici, one Country at a Time.
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Tree house ;this is fantastic but why spend so much time and money on a tree ??? but to each his own .:
A house in Yerres, France

stunning & sustainable 38-metre-high treehouse (via Dezeen) - my ideal home...:
The Sustainability Treehouse is located at the Summit Bechtel Scout Reserve, a 4,000-hectare tract of land in rural West Virginia. It was designed by Mithun as the permanent home for the two-week-long Jamboree, which takes place every four years and is attended by 50,000 scouts and volunteers.


  1. Those tree houses are amazing!!! I will love to go to the one that is in Frace some day.

  2. those treehouses remind me of the tale of Winnie the Pooh and friends. they look really amazing with the lightbulbs on

  3. A house in yerres France tu nampak horrorrrr

  4. These treehouses are amazing. Wouldn't wish I own one of them but I do wish that I could stay in one of them one day.

  5. If I'm rich enough then I can build a wood house over my hometowm - Sarawak! Stay closed to mother nature is so wonderful and peaceful!

  6. These tree houses are gorgeous! Ever since I was young, watching those Disney movies have made me want to own a tree house!

  7. I want to run away from this crazy rat race and retire to some forest with one of these lovely tree houses......

  8. however I think that Yerres treehouse is photoshopped... not real...

  9. The tree house in Yerres, France is pretty unique huh? Wow... great list of tree houses.

  10. Wow!! All so beautiful... But I dare not stay alone in them. Creepy a bit.

  11. Nice! Would like to visit a place like this. So romantic like Twilight =D

  12. Love to experience sleeping in Tree house. I read they have one such place at Cameron Highlands.

  13. OMG @@ The treehouse are so amazing!!! Why Malaysia don't have!

  14. Loved the beautiful tree house! Though I took my kids many a times to tree house in a day time but it look amazing at night.

  15. As a ,kid i always dreamed i could have a treehouse to play with but sadly in Malaysia backyards aren't so common lol.

  16. These look so cool! I want to spend at least one night at all these tree houses~

  17. I love homie treehouse. I wish i hv big land and I can build my own tree house

  18. I wish I could build one as the current house price is so high! I wish!

  19. living in tree houses has always been my dream. i really hope i can own one in future - want to live a peaceful life, which is faraway from city's busy life.

  20. Every houses is so pretty! Not really wish to stay for whole life but once a while should be awesome as well!

  21. What beautiful tree houses dear - it would definitely be an experience to stay in them :)

  22. High 5. Me too. Sometimes I just wish to get far away from the city and get connected to the nature. Of course, like you said, the basic facilities must be there.

    I couldn't think of any tree house concept in Malaysia.


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