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Hot Areas to Buy a Villa In Bali

Up and Coming Areas to Buy A Villa in Bali

Looking to buy your first Bali home or Villa or perhaps you’re thinking where to put your next Bali property investment?

With the island getting busier by the minute, location remains to be the key when buying property in Bali. Of course, it goes without saying, that prime locations such as Seminyak, Kuta and Legian are hotspots for real estate investments, especially when you are keen to open up a short-term rental property as these areas are a haven for tourists and travelers to start off their Bali journey.

However, more tourists, travelers, and long-staying guests from all over the world are looking at having a more rustic island-living experience, perhaps having a beachfront property or a villa amidst the vast rice field views.

It’s easy for anyone to say that investing in property on the island is easy, but what’s more important is finding the right agents who can give you the right advice and guidance in your property purchase.

Look into these up-and-coming places in Bali, where business is slowly booming, people are flocking, and infrastructure is continuously developing.

Canggu

Come into Canggu and you’ll feel like you’re not in Asia! Foreigners are coming into Canggu, whether for a holiday or a long-term stay. It offers the rustic island vibe, while giving the westerners what they are craving for—a variety of restaurants, cafes, shops and pampering services that are of high standard.

This place is your next must-buy area, with prices of property in Bali increasing in value in the past year. With a number of beaches surrounding the area, it’s the next spot that you must look into!

Nearby beaches such as Berawa Beach, Perenenan Beach, Batu Bolong Beach, Echo Beach and Nelayan Beach are well-known amongst locals and expatriates, where cafes and restaurants are all lined-up along the coast.

High-end beach/pool clubs are also just meters away, particularly La Brisa, Finns, and Café Del Mar. You’ll never get bored in Canggu!

It’s a developing place 20 kilometers away from the airport. It might be quite a drive from central Kuta, but you won’t need to go anywhere when you can stroll around in your scooter and find everything you need in Canggu.

If you’re looking for your next Bali beach house, consider your next one to be a beachfront villa in Canggu while there’s still available!


Bukit/Ungasan/Uluwatu

Along the cliff sides on the southernmost tip of Bali, The Bukit area is gaining popularity amongst the international community for its beautiful sunset views endless ocean views and pumping waves.

There is still a lot of development waiting to happen compared to Canggu, but here lies the potential of opening up a successful business as many high-end restaurants, pool clubs, bars, hotels and resorts are within the area.

With a lot of hidden beaches such as Padang Padang, Thomas Beach, Suluban, Blue Point, Bingin Beach, and Nyang Nyang to name a few. There are a lot of spots found in the area for an incredible beach experience and surf spots.

Whether you are looking for a quiet sea view living space with a splash of party scenes on the side, Bukit/Uluwatu is still the place for you. Sundown spots such as Sundays Beach Club, Omnia Beach Club, Uluwatu Cliffhouse, El Kabron or Single Fin for a more rustic vibe.

In this area, there are still a lot of freehold land areas where you can build your own cliff side home, or the most luxurious villas overlooking the Indian Ocean.

The Bukit Peninsula is surely an up-and-coming prime spot, where there are lots of places to go, and a lot of places waiting to be discovered.

Build your next luxurious Bali home along the cliffs and enjoy sun kissed sunsets and beautiful paradise property living.


East Bali (Sanur/Karangasem/Gianyar)

Speaking of places waiting to be discovered, there are still many places around Bali that are yet to be explored. The Karangasem region and other areas around Bali’s eastern area are home to well-preserved ancient villages and mysterious temples that make this part of Bali a rather interesting and pristine area. Most places around this area remains to be tourist attractions and is waiting for further development.

Far from popular beach resorts on the island’s south, it’s popular must-see areas like Amed, Candidasa and Padang Bai and most of East Bali offer landscapes of rugged beauty and laidback seascapes with treasures hidden under their waves.

Find your next villa in Bali away from the hustle and bustle. With the right real estate agent, you’ll be able to find your next property investment in Bali’s untouched havens.

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