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Bali Investment

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Planning

Building

Management

Thursday, Jun 13

Investment Sustainability 

  • 60% – 90% Annual Occupancy of the Properties
  • 4 – 10 years return on investment

Average Annual

Villa Occupancy

%

Tourists | May-December 2022

WHY BUY IN BALI?

Bali is one of the most visited islands in the world and several times awarded by Tripadvisor as one of the best places in the world.

More than 12 million people visit Bali every year.
(*2014~2019)
The demand for property and land in Bali is increasing every year.
(*even in 2020~2022 there is an increase in land transactions)

A villa investment in Bali is a terrific combination of a very high return investment combined with the opportunity to own a holiday home.

tourist count
2000-2022 | Bali

Bali Tourism Statistics
International Visitors

2000 5,064,217
2001 5,153,620
2002 5,033 400
2003 4,467,021
2004 5,321,165
2005 5,002,101
2006 4,871,351
2007 5,505,759
2008 6,429,027
2009 6,452,259
2010 7,002,944
2011 7,649,731
2012 8,044,462
2013 8,802,129
2014 9,435,411
2015 10,406,759
2016 11,519,275
2017 14,039,799
2018 15,810,305
2019 16,106,954
2020 4,052,923
2021 1,557,530
2022 5,471,277

tourist seasonal calendar 2023 | Bali

January

Low 11 – 23
High 24 – 31
Peak 1 – 10

February

Low 1 – 28
High
Peak

March

Low 1 – 31
High
Peak

April

Low 1 – 30
High
Peak 6 – 12

May

Low 1 – 31
High
Peak

June

Low 1 – 30
High
Peak

July

Low
High 1 – 31
Peak

August

Low
High
Peak 1 – 31

September

Low
High 1 – 30
Peak

October

Low 1 – 31
High
Peak

November

Low 1 – 30
High
Peak

December

Low 1 – 19
High
Peak 20 – 31

average nightly prices by administrative region in Bali

Buleleng Regency

Capital – Singaraja

Districts: Banjar, Buleleng, Busung Biu, Gerokgak, Kubutambahan, Sawan, Seririt, Sukasada, Tejakula

Villages: Temukus, Banyuatis, Dencarik, Kayuputih, Bukti, Lokapaksa, Umeanyar, Git Git, Tejakula, Pemuteran, Pancasari, Julah, Madenan, Pacung, Penuktukan, Sambirenteng, Sembiran, Tejakula, Tembok

tourism demand by category

  • Standard 27% 27%
  • Exquisite 32% 32%
  • Luxurious 41% 41%

Tabanan Regency

Capital – Tabanan

Districts: Selemadeg, Selemadeg Timur, Selemadeg Barat, Kerambitan, Tabanan, Kediri, Marga, Baturiti, Penebel, Pupuan

tourism demand by category

  • Standard 27% 27%
  • Exquisite 33% 33%
  • Luxurious 40% 40%

Badung Regency

Capital – Mangupura

Districts: Abiansemal, Kuta, South Kuta, North Kuta, Mengwi, Petang

Sub Districts: Canggu, Kedonganan, Tuban, Kuta, Legian, Seminyak, Benoa, Tanjung Benoa, Jimbaran, Kerobokan, Kerobokan Kelod, Kerobokan Kaja, Abianbase, Kapal, Lukluk, Sading, Sempidi

tourism demand by category

  • Standard 17% 17%
  • Exquisite 37% 37%
  • Luxurious 46% 46%

Gianyar Regency

Capital – Gianyar

Districts: Sukawati, Blahbatuh, Gianyar, Tampaksiring, Ubud, Tegallalang, Payangan

tourism demand by category

  • Standard 14% 14%
  • Exquisite 41% 41%
  • Luxurious 45% 45%

Denpasar City

Capital – Denpasar

Districts: West Denpasar, South Denpasar, East Denpasar, North Denpasar

Sub Districts: Dauh Puri, Padang Sambian, Pemecutan, Panjer, Pedungan, Renon, Sanur, Serangan, Sesetan, Dangin Puri, Kesiman, Penatih, Sumerta, Peguyangan, Tonja, Ubung

tourism demand by category

  • Standard 21% 21%
  • Exquisite 35% 35%
  • Luxurious 44% 44%

Bangli Regency

Capital – Bangli

Districts: Bangli, Kintamani, Susut, Tembuku

Sub Districts: Bebalang, Cempaga, Kawan, Kubu

tourism demand by category

  • Standard 35% 35%
  • Exquisite 44% 44%
  • Luxurious 21% 21%

Karangasem Regency

Capital – Amlapura

Districts: Rendang, Sidemen, Manggis, Karangasem, Abang, Bebandem, Selat, Kubu

tourism demand by category

  • Standard 41% 41%
  • Exquisite 35% 35%
  • Luxurious 24% 24%

Klungkung Regency

Capital – Semarapura

Districts: Nusa Penida, Banjarangkan, Klungkung, Dawan

tourism demand by category

  • Standard 35% 35%
  • Exquisite 44% 44%
  • Luxurious 21% 21%

Jembrana Regency

Capital – Negara

Districts: Melaya, Negara, Jembrana, Mendoyo, Pekutakan

tourism demand by category

  • Standard 20% 20%
  • Exquisite 40% 40%
  • Luxurious 40% 40%