You can use vinyl flooring, they are available in rolls and can be fixed with adhesive. You get a lot of wooden looking options in that. They are relatively cost effective also.
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Vinyl flooring looks and feels closer to the real thing than tiles but need regular cleaning.
The following are certain options which you may use instead of actual wooden flooring -
1] Laminated wooden planks
This is the most commonly used type of flooring these days. The tiles can be arranged on a flat surface that is either cemented or tiled. The flooring is shock proof, fire proof, water proof and comes in a wide array of colours and patterns. They are basically interlocking tiles with an mdf/hdf base and are reusable. But apart from the planks, one needs profiles and other accessories for laying them. The laying time is only a few hours.
2] Tiles with wooden patterns
These are available both as vitrified and ceramic tiles. They come in actual plank sizes (165mm x 900mm) and also in tile sizes (2'x4') etc. They are very easy to maintain but take more time to lay as compared to laminated planks. They require pigmented cement to fill the joints in order to give the seamless wooden look.
3] Vinyl wooden flooring
They come in rolls or strips that can be just applied over the existing floor (cemented or tiled). They come in matte and gloss finishes. They are easy to maintain, water resistant and inexpensive but difficult to repair and might turn yellow as they age.
Hope these options help. All the best!