Perched on a hillside at the foot of Moganshan, the Naked Stables Resort mixes luxury design with primitive techniques. The hotel is made up of 121 treehouse villas, constructed from stone masonry, traditional mud walls, and reclaimed timber frames. Surrounded by a bamboo forest, each room is immersed in the natural surrounding with generous glazing and private balconies. Ranging from casual poolside dining to European cuisine, a trio of restaurants serve a variety of fare made with ingredients harvested on-site. Entertainment includes the usual horseback riding, yoga, hiking, biking, golfing, and fishing, as well as some traditional activities like tea picking, bamboo weaving, and pottery — or you can opt to get behind the wheel of a Land Rover and rip through the longest all-terrain driving track in China.