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Eco-friendly hotel for sale Bali, Indonesia

A cultural cross section of Ubud, Bali is available for sale in the form of a fully-furnished hotel. Located between Keliki and Tegalalang, the resort is spans more than 6,280 square metres of land in the heart of rice terraces and a traditional village, while also featuring proximity to Ubud Center and the Ngurah Rai…

Lombok: tourism needs lots of development to become the "new Bali"

The Perth-to-Lombok flight introduced in June last year has contributed to a 40 per cent jump in hotel occupancy rates in the burgeoning south of the island. But the new push to make Lombok a tourism destination has not dented Australia’s love affair with its next-door neighbour, Bali. Air Asia began the direct flights in…

An entrepreneur’s guide to Indonesia’s startup scene

For most, Indonesia does not immediately spring to mind as a hub for startup innovation, not least because nearby Singapore has been traditionally known as the “Silicon Valley of Southeast Asia”. However, Indonesia is fast emerging as a diverse economy that’s causing excitement for investors: It’s no wonder that it takes the ‘I’ in the CIVETS group (Colombia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Egypt, Turkey…

New regulations open the doors for green investment in Bali

Bali’s governor recently issued new regulations for clean energy and electric vehicles, helping to provide more opportunities for green investments. There has been plenty of talk recently around green initiatives and plans to drive Bali along a more sustainable path. And now it seems solid actions are being taken to move this idea forward. Clean…

Where are the best places to invest in Bali?

Its warm weather, stunning landscape and welcoming culture makes Bali one of the world’s most desirable places to live. Visitors just can’t seem to get enough of the glorious island, and more and more holidaymakers are either turning their short trips into permanent stays or securing holiday homes that they can retreat to whenever they feel the urge.

Investing in Bali property: a guide to buying a slice of heaven

Its warm weather, stunning landscape and welcoming culture makes Bali one of the world’s most desirable places to live. Visitors just can’t seem to get enough of the glorious island, and more and more holidaymakers are either turning their short trips into permanent stays or securing holiday homes that they can retreat to whenever they feel the urge.