Rating of the best areas for investment in Bali
Studying the real estate market in each region requires a lot of time and effort, this article has been prepared to save you from wasting time, in it you will find a guide for beginning investors in the most attractive areas from an investment point of view.
Why invest in Canggu?
Ranked 4th by Forbes as the best place to live and invest abroad, this trendy holiday destination is popular with tourists and expats alike for many reasons. The most popular of which are that the area is popular with absolutely all types of tourists,
from laid-back yogis and hipsters to digital nomads, families, expats and foreign investors. The average occupancy rate for apartments and villas here is 90%, which is one of the highest rates in Bali.
Development is happening at a rapid pace, especially in Berawa and Batu Bolong, where large structures and new establishments are popping up.
Properties in Canggu sell quickly because there are ample business and development opportunities and property prices are rising, so it is better to invest there as early as possible.
Distance to the ocean: 0.2-2 km
Why invest in Pererenan?
Located a little further north of Eco Beach,
Quiet Pererenan is a great alternative if you don’t like the hustle and bustle. Pererenan is not yet as developed as Canggu, but the tourism business is actively developing, new restaurants and cafes are appearing, so it is safe to say that the region will catch up sooner than expected.
The villas are the backbone of Pererenan,
there are only a few hotels and resorts available today. There are still many vacant rice fields along the main road leading to the beach and surf spot of the same name. Today, villas for sale in Pererenan are still cheaper than villas for sale in Seminyak or Berawa and it is one of the best locations
where you can find an inexpensive villa in Bali.
Distance to the ocean: 0.2-2 km
Why invest in Seminyak?
Be prepared to dig deep into your pocket as properties for sale in Seminyak are some of the most expensive on the island. The resort town is lively day and night thanks to crowds of holidaymakers, but fortunately
Most villas in Seminyak are built on small streets and squares where the noise level is quite low.
Almost all the rice fields have been replaced by luxury resorts and villa complexes, leaving only a few vacant plots in Batu Beliga and Petitenget. Oberoi and the coastal area are already overpopulated,
Therefore, in these areas it is almost impossible to find land for sale and vacant land. Commercial real estate in Bali is also concentrated in Seminyak.
Distance to the ocean: 0.5 – 4 km
Why invest in Umalas?
A favorite among expats due to its strategic location and less hectic atmosphere,
Umalas is a great alternative to both Seminyak and Cang as it is practically sandwiched between them. Umalas is a great place to invest in villas overlooking rice fields, as land with great views remains in abundance and the region is popular for holiday villa rentals or family residences.
The atmosphere here is quieter than its neighbors because Umalas is not a holiday destination and only select establishments such as Nook attract large crowds. Traveling from Umalas is very convenient, as Petitenget and Berawa are quickly accessible via small roads. Umalas is usually the first option for foreigners,
who are looking for houses for rent in Bali.
Distance to the ocean: 1 – 3 km
Why invest in Kerobokan?
Kerobokan offers a more down-to-earth experience compared to other regions on this list. Kerobokan is the place to buy a villa in Bali if you want to invest a little further from Umalas.
but at the same time very close to all infrastructure facilities, as the location provides easy access to Chang, Seminyak and Denpasar.
Property prices are generally lower than in Canggu. Some areas of Kerobokan are still dominated by rice fields and investments in such objects in fact show very good capitalization,
as well as being in high demand for rentals.
Distance to the ocean: 2 – 5 km
Why invest in Seseh?
Quiet and largely unspoilt, Seseh stands in stark contrast to Canggu, although it is only a short drive away. Seseh is a strong contender for early-stage investment.
for at present it is occupied by vast rice fields extending beyond the limits of sight. At the moment, the villas are the only available housing in the area.
The beach is also largely unoccupied at the moment, making Seseh a great place to invest early in Bali.
Distance to ocean: 0 – 2 km
Why invest in Ubud?
Contrary to the popular perception of it as a village, Ubud is now a well-developed region, replete with a variety of restaurants, cafes, yoga centers and much more. Like Canggu, Ubud can cater to a wide range of needs, but recently it has been mainly popular among yoga lovers.
vegans and digital nomads.
This diversity provides many investment opportunities in Ubud, but competition is quite fierce, especially in the city center. Villas in Ubud, in particular, are popular with both foreign and local tourists holidaying in Bali.
Distance to the ocean: 15 km
Why invest in Bukit?
This once pristine surfer’s paradise is also developing rapidly, helped by the presence of upscale establishments that attract large crowds of holidaymakers to its limestone cliffs. Five-star resorts, luxury villas and luxurious nightclubs fill the cliffsides, with more to come over the next few years.
Villas for sale in South Bali are generally located in this region rather than Nusa Dua, usually in the form of private villas with ocean views.
You should invest in Bukit early, while property prices are still reasonable and there is still a good selection of attractive properties with spectacular views in Uluwatu, Ungasan and Balangan.
The quality and availability of basic amenities are also improved so that living comfort will not be an issue in the long run.
Distance to ocean: 0.2 – 5 km
Why invest in Noosa Islands?
The island trio is similar to the Gili Islands of Lombok, being a holiday destination off the coast of the mainland.
Nusa Lembongan and Keningan have been offering adventurers and travelers magnificent hidden beaches for many years, but only recently have they added beach clubs and hotels to their offering.
Nusa Penida is quickly catching up with its two smaller brothers,
In the last 3 years alone there has been a significant jump in the number of short-term rentals. Nusa Penida is often overlooked by foreigners looking for land to rent in Bali, but it has a significant size advantage compared to Lembongan and Keningan.
is definitely a winner for long-term investment as it continues to develop.