The potential of this stunning piece of 147-metre-wide, prime oceanfront land (located close to Alila Villas Soori) in Bali’s rural Tabanan regency, is only limited by the imagination. With fantastic sea & rice field views, the 27,235 sqm plot of tourism-zoned land would suit a large hotel development or a large villa complex & can be subdivided if desired. The plot is directly accessed via a 5-metre-wide road; electricity & water supplies are nearby, certificates have been issued meaning it’s ready to build. Positioned beside the rolling surf of the Indian Ocean, the land emanates a tangible energy. There is a feeling of harmony with the environment & all of nature’s elements. The glorious rural views take in the neighbouring rice fields, the distant mountains, & Kelating Beach with its sparkling black sands & sweeping coastline. Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport is 42 km. Offered freehold, this land is one of the best plots available along the Tabanan coast, so call now to avoid disappointment. Asking price IDR 600,000,000/are.
The neighborhood is the small Balinese village of Dukuh, which is bordered by rice fields for almost as far as the eye can see. A long way out of town, there are no restaurants, bars or shops here apart from the five-star Alila Villas Soori with its fine-dining restaurant and alfresco bar serving beachfront cocktails – especially good at sunset. The lonely beach and river estuary offers beautiful walks, and local temple ceremonies are a common sight; this stretch of coastline is popular with surfers.
The Tabanan regency is known as Bali’s ‘rice bowl’ – the most agriculturally productive region on the island, with rice fields stretching from the coast to as high as 700 metres above sea level, where the terraces are reminiscent of amphitheatres. Besides rice, there are crops of coconuts, coffee, cacao, spices and tropical fruits. Tabanan regency has a 30-kilometre-long coastline, which reveals isolated coves and rocky outcrops, as well as famous surf beaches offering long point breaks. The beaches are sloping and lovely to walk along; while the black sand is regarded for its curative, therapeutic properties. Tabanan regency is also the home of Mount Batukaru (2276m), the island’s second highest peak, and the area around this mountain boasts the greatest biological diversity in Bali. The land plot is 11km from Tabanan town, while the famous Tanah Lot sea temple and neighbouring Nirwana Bali Golf Course is 12 km.