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Senangga Rainforest Cabin

A Peaceful, Private Nature Emerson


A New Addition to the Lodge - Our Self contained 2 level Cabin nestled next to the Rainforest

Total peace & quiet - Note: The cabin is not at our Eco lodge

The cabin has stunning views to the Rainforest with beautiful windows throughout to

bring in the light & take in the views!

With 1 private Bedroom, Kitchen & Dining area downstairs

Upstairs a large Lounge, Fire pit & Verandah for Entertaining, Relaxing or Dining 

Shower & bathroom cabin

20 minutes walk/ 5 minute drive from the lodge

Note: The Cabin is Not at our Eco lodge

Self Catering

You will need to shop on the way so you can prepare your own meals & breakfast,

or order lunch & dinner locally

The cabin is serviced daily for 1 hour - to make your bed, do the dishes, clean the bathroom - this is an optional service if you would like to be undisturbed

during your stay, please let us know


Perfect For

Nature loving: Solo, Couples, Friends, or a Family 

(2 kids or adults sleeping upstairs on day beds)

Note: The 2nd floor has high open windows, so not recommended for children

under 10 yrs old without supervision

Our first review on google - 5 stars 

My recent stay at Sarinbuana Ecolodge's New Senangga cabin was truly enchanting.

Nestled by the edge of a national park, this Japanese-inspired cabin offered tranquility, serenity, and stunning views of the surrounding jungle and Batukaru mountain.

The peaceful melody of exotic birds served as a charming soundtrack to the stay.

An absolute highlight was the second floor's fire pit. It provided a cozy spot to relax, and the sunrise views from there, coffee in hand, were truly breathtaking.

Though the cabin comes with a kitchen, we didn't think to bring any food.

Luckily the Ecolodge's restaurant, a convenient 15 to 20 minute walk from the cabin,

served excellent meals to round off the day.

Sarinbuana Ecolodge's Senangga cabin is a serene escape from the ordinary, a must-visit for those seeking a peaceful

retreat in the embrace of nature.

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