This bedroom may be one of the most unique sleeping quarters ever. Part of the Udang House (or Shrimp House) at the Bambu Indah hotel in Ubud, Bali, the one-of-a-kind room has tempered glass floor panels that reveal a stunning underwater panorama of the fresh shrimp pond that the house is situated above. From the comfort of their own bed, guests can spend hours gazing at the vibrant blue waters of the pond, enjoying the rare opportunity to see numerous crustaceans swimming around in a flurry of underwater activity. With its open-air shower, private porch, abundant natural light, and rustic decor combined with modern conveniences like air conditioning and wireless internet, the Udang House reflects the overall eco-luxury sensibility of the Bambu Indah estate. Each house was built from teak timbers in Java over a century ago, making for a unique living experience enriched with decades of history and culture. Gorgeous riverfront rice paddies and scenic cascades provide spectacular views, while bamboo bridges, lush greenery, and a natural swimming pool teeming with fish bring the beauty of Mother Nature right to the doorsteps of the guests.