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The four corners of your room can be overwhelming on days when you seek comfort and tranquillity. If you ever feel the need to unplug and leave the bustling city, consider stepping into the mesmerising glamping sites we have listed below both here in the Philippines and abroad

There is a certain type of solace only the starry night and the cool breeze of the outdoors can provide; when our quarters start to feel congested, one way to feel immediate relief is to pack our things, set up a camping tent, and spend the night away from the comforts of home.

However, not everyone can fully give up his or her nice and soft bed, clean bathroom, and cosy sofa—this is why glamping was created. 

In the modern age, people found a way to have a more relaxing experience in camping sites. Glamping, the portmanteau of "glamorous camping" combines the calming powers of the quiet outdoors and luxurious amenities at home. In most cases, glamping sites provide resort-style services that are not usually associated with traditional camping.

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If you are searching for the best glamping places in the world then look no further, Tatler Philippines has listed them below:


Bloc Campsite, Laguna

Just hours away from the busy Metro Manila, Bloc Campsite provides a luxurious refuge for those who want to camp and "glamp". The place provides cosy tents for people who seek a more adventurous sleepover; and lodges for those who want to lay in a soft mattress whilst viewing the calm waters of Laguna lake. 

Nacpan Beach Glamping, El Nido

Have an extraordinary glamping experience when you stay at Nacpan in El Nido. The resort boasts an astonishing white sand beach, access to virgin islands, and limestone cliffs.

The amenities of this location will not fail you either. Each tent is furnished with two queen-size beds and beautiful native-style sisal rugs. The interiors are coloured with neutral shades so you and your loved ones can feel more relaxed.

Tatler Tip: Nacpan Beach glamping tents offer air conditioning only at night during the dry season (April to September).

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Bluewater Sumilon, Cebu

Be enthralled by the raw beauty of nature when you lounge in the comfort of Bluewater Sumilon glamp site in Cebu. This Visayan spot delivers quality service by providing tents with comfortable beds and ample lighting. Here, you and your friends can learn basic life skills like primitive cooking, knife care, and fire making from experienced camp masters. 

DRYFT Camp, El Nido

Your dream tropical getaway can happen in the lovely island of El Nido through the help of DRYFT Camp. Nestled in Darocotan Island, this glamping site is known for its exclusivity and privacy. The lodging spot can be reached after a 45-minute drive from El Nido town and a 20-minute boat ride to the island.

Besides its aesthetically pleasing huts, DRYFT Camp offers the view of Palawan's treasured clear blue waters and vibrant coral reefs. 

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Isla – the Island Experience, El Nido

Bask in the sun and enjoy the wonders of El Nido through Isla—the Island Experience. Unlike most glamping sites, the establishment offers small bamboo huts that are off the ground, perched on stills so guests can enjoy the sweeping views of the island.

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Kwentong Dagat Beach Resort, Zambales

Kwentong Dagat Beach Resort in Zambales is a local glamping site that offers an alternative retreat for people who are tired of their day to day city activities. This place provides cosy huts in the shape of tents. It also offers rejuvenating wellness activities such as yoga and jiu jitsu.

Tatler Tip: This glamping site offers 100 per cent plant-based dishes.


Shinta Mani Wild, Cardamom Mountains, Cambodia

Southeast Asian countries are very rich in biodiversity. In Cambodia, the beautiful sceneries of the Cardamom Mountains await those who seek peace and a deeper relation with nature. Located on the boarder of Kirirom, Bokor, and Cardamom national parks, Shinta Mani Wild is a glamping site created by renowned architect Bill Bensley. 

The site boasts 15 custom-designed tents with plush armchairs, travel trunks, and mesh windows where guests can see a lavish forest greenery.

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Jack's Camp, Bostanowa

Your stay in Jack's Camp, Bostanowa is not limited to your fun and immersive nature experience. Here, you and your peers can choose from a variety of exciting activities including quad biking, bushman walks, classic desert game drives, meerkat visits, and horse back rides. 

The camp has an elegant Persian tea ten where you can retreat after a busy day. The guest tents, on the other hand, are much larger as they are 270 square metres each. Every corner is filled with rich textiles from around the globe, and a veranda with a private plunge pool.

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Aman-i-Khas Ranthambore National Park, India

Tucked in the outskirts of Ranthambore National Park, Aman-i-Khas' glamping tents overlook a phenomenal landscape that is home to many wild animals. Every tepee provides a spacious 108 square metre area with a soaring bedroom, living, dining, and bath areas.

Simple yet elegant-looking, the tents are positioned in a spot where guests are ensured utmost privacy. 

Tatler Trivia: In the glamping tents of Aman-i-Khas Ranthambore National Park, India are sun decks that guests can use to watch birds. 

Paperbark Camp, NSW Australia

The Paperbark Camp in Australia mirrors the captivating wonders of South African forests. Conceived by owners Jeremy and Irena Hutchings, with the help of their family and dedicated team of staff, the camp remains to be at the forefront of ecotourism and lavish camping in the country.

Paperbark has African-inspired canvas safari tents that have been placed amid the soaring eucalyptus. The lodges are also thoughtfully placed above the ground to give privacy and comfort to the guests.

Kachi Lodge, Bolivia

Standing proudly on the Uyuni Salt Flats of Jirira, Bolivia are the igloo-like tents of Kachi Lodge. Dubbed the "Luxury Domes," the site provides 28 sqm bedrooms that house comfortable beddings and private bathrooms with running hot water. 

Every dome is filled with bespoke furniture made of regional materials. Also inside are unique paintings by the sought-after Bolivian artist Gastón Ugalde.

Tatler Trivia: Renowned painter Gastón Ugalde is known internationally as the 'Bolivian Andy Warhol'


Clayoquot Wilderness Retreat, British Columbia, Canada

The beauty of Clayoquot Wilderness resort will make you want to hop on the plane en route to Canada. This glamping site offers an 'edge-of-the-world' feel with Relais & Château, an eco-safari resort that sits at the mouth of the Bedwell River, Vancouver Island.

Its wilderness location in a UNESCO-listed biosphere reserve is accessible only by seaplane, helicopter or boat. The resort provides wellness spa treatments and gourmet cuisine that you and your peers can enjoy throughout your stay.

Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle Chiang Rai, Thailand

The wonderful sights of three countries await you at the Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle in Chiang Rai, Thailand. Here, you can see the picturesque views of northeast Thailand, Laos, and Myanmar. 

Besides having very spacious and themed tents, one of the main reasons to stay in this site is to see and bond with rescued elephants and discover mountain trails leading to Buddhist temples.


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