As children, one of the things that appealed to us were tree houses. Perhaps this is the result of human anthropology or of the sense of adventure that kids have.
What's great though, it's that today you can experience staying in tree houses in many places as part of glamping experiences.
However, there is one place that is far more than just a tree house.
Staying or visiting the Crazy House
In the Crazy House's website, the architect directly explains how since the industrial revolution as human we have destroyed nature far too much, paying the consequences.
With this in mind, the architect wanted to bring people back to nature, so that we can understand it and love it as it deserves to. The house started to being built in 1990 and has continued to be improved throughout the years. Today, it comprises different areas, all of which have their own individual charm and aesthetics.
The Crazy House attracts lodgers but also daily visitors.
So, if you cannot manage to book a room to stay here for a night or two (it's often fully booked for weeks in advance), you can visit it and partly enjoy its eclecticism. Visiting hours are daily from 8.30 AM to 7.00PM. Entrance ticket 2$.
Please be mindful of lodgers if you are visiting early morning and keep the noise to a minimum.
Getting there and around
Alternatevely there are long-distance buses that connect the town with HCMC, and the coastal areas of Nha Trang and Mui Ne.