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This Airbnb in Batangas Will Level Up the Way You Think About Camping

It's the first of its kind in the Philippines!
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Ever wanted a break from your hectic life? Picture this: You escape from the city, you go on an adventure, you lay down under the night sky and appreciate what the earth has to offer, unbothered and undisturbed. Plus, being cooped up in a nice and cozy space. Sounds sweet, right? It’s called luxury camping—and this Airbnb is taking it up a notch.

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Dubbed the Domescape, it’s not just your usual camping tent. Think a rustic hotel room outdoors, but in a cool geodesic dome. It's complete with beds, air-conditioning, and other amenities you’ll never find in a normal camping tent, like a mini fridge, a kettle heater, a microwave oven, and a humidifier fan. These are all conveniently available as you appreciate the great outdoors. Not to mention, the dining area is set up outside, along with an actual bathroom.

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That’s not all: Stepping out of the dome won’t just give you access to a view of the sky, it’s also built around a private natural swimming pool. There’s a common area that you can occupy in the evening for a bonfire, perhaps.

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Located in Nasugbu, Batangas, the Domescape is priced at P7,500 per night. It's already equipped with the essentials that you'll need for the ideal laidback adventure. All they ask is that you keep their space plastic-free.

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This story originally appeared on Preview.ph. Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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