Living in Bali
As an expat living in Bali, Indonesia I can say with certainty that Bali is one of the best places I have been fortunate enough to call home.
From the bustling sidewalks of Seminyak chic shopping district, the cascading Rice terraces of Ubud and the crystal-clear waters and white sandy shores of the Bukit Peninsula there is something for everyone.
The fragrance of jasmine mixed with incense from Balinese offerings creating a feeling of warmth and stillness to the beautiful Bougainvillea and hibiscus creating spashes of color throughout the Island
Called the Island of Gods for a reason, for its culture and its spiritual people
Known for Its Hinduism with a predominately Muslim population
Bali is sure the jewel of Indonesia tourism where millions of international tourists find peace for a few weeks per year, from tropical beaches, rice terraces, mountains and volcanos, stunning coral reefs there is truly so much to experience and see when you visit
Seminyak and Canggu is the hub of nightlife, shopping and dining, while surfing crowds take on the big waves of the Indian Ocean at Uluwatu, Bingin and surrounding locations.
Singaraja, the former provincial capital and Bali’s second largest city, borders a national park and is home to some of the island’s best-preserved colonial buildings. Thirty minutes from the coast is the town of Ubud, the spiritual heart of Bali and epicentre for the arts.
Despite rapid developments in Bali, Balinese culture thrives with its dynamic traditions and mystical energy. Bali is one of Indonesia’s wealthiest regions. Affluent Indonesians account for a large percentage of real estate Freehold ownership. Buyers from all over the world have their hearts set on owning a small piece of this beautiful island, and this is where the majority of Leasehold ownerships are
If you are looking for the perfect home, villa, apartment or piece of land in Bali contact BVR property to help with your search. Our team of professionals will find you that perfect fit and guide you through the process.