30 June 2015
The Nam Et-Phou Louey Biodiversity Conservation Area in northern Laos is a set of green houses hanging on the trees, which will soon take shape welcoming its first guests. Fully embedded in nature and the beautiful landscape near the village of Nam Poung aim to bring the world closer to nature and to make known to all the biodiversity of the area.
The structures are made of bamboo and wood, in a spherical shape, while a “hydrophobic” fabric protects against rain. Guests will have fantastic views of wildlife – the area is protected and one of the last places in Southeast Asia where tigers roam everywhere.