The off-grid bamboo house lies in a part of Bali rich in biodiversity, where you can experience the beauty of flora and fauna.
Naturally, that would include waking up to birds singing and the various cheeky insects - it's the jungle, after all!
Selat is located in the Eastern region of Bali at the foothills of Mount Agung, the island's highest volcano.
The climate is noticeably colder in this part of Bali. Therefore, the structure was designed to allow natural airflow, allowing an airconditioner-free experience with the help of ventilators.
The on-site restaurant serves homemade Balinese dishes, which is excellent news, as there are no other dining places within walking distance.
A sumptuous Balinese breakfast is included in the price. Do you want it delivered to your room or the pool on a floating tray? It's up to you!
What's there to do around Selat? You can hike between the rice terraces and visit the Tukad Cepung Waterfall, a sunlit cascade in a gorgeous forest cave.
You can also take private yoga classes or canang sari-making lessons that teach you how to make floral spiritual offerings.
But if you are looking for adrenaline-pumping activities, go for white water rafting on the nearby Sungai Telaga Waja river.