Imagine waking up in paradise, in a new, modern private villa in Lombok, Indonesia. Lombok is set to become a “New Bali”, an up-and-coming destination for tourists and investors in Southeast Asia. The views from your villa terrace of pristine white beaches and turquoise waters are just the beginning. This villa is on a lot in the Kuta Heights Development (KHD). KHD is a brand new, private development of 200+ lots on 27 hectares of lush green hillsides. It is located just above the Kuta Beach. This area of South Lombok is known for beautiful beaches, shops and restaurants on the edge of the bay. KHD is a community, and it is the perfect location for those looking to build a holiday home or private pool villa, or to start a new business or corporate or wellness retreat. The stunning scenery and the tranquility create a backdrop for relaxation, wellness and healing. There are uninterrupted views of sunrises and sunsets, and greenery of coconut and cashew trees all around. Each of the lots for homes, retreats, wellness and health venues will be designed by world-renowned architects, to fit the postcard-like landscape, and to incorporate many elements that are ecologically and environmentally-friendly. Anyone looking to buy property on this island paradise would be wise to consider KHD and all that it has to offer. There are over 200 lots in all stages of development, only 20 minutes from the airport.
This location in Kuta Beach is quickly becoming the most desirable location for living, building and investing in South Lombok. The island’s rugged, untouched landscape is about to be developed into a thriving tourist destination, if President Jokowi’s plans succeed. Joko and his tourism officials selected Lombok as a “New Bali” one of ten locations in Indonesia that have the potential to boost the country’s international visitor arrivals to more than 20milllon in 2019. If the plan works, tourism will become Indonesia’s most profitable foreign industry. But with this ambition, comes pledges of funding from the government to greatly improve the region’s infrastructure and the Lombok airport.
Flying into Lombok airport continues to become easier, safer and more convenient. In 2018 the airport received US $14million to expand the taxi-way and drop zone, to accommodate larger and more international flights. AirAsia announced in May 2019 the opening of a new hub in Lombok, adding up to a total of five hubs across Indonesia. This hub will have direct daily international flights from Perth and Kuala Lumpur. There are already flights from Singapore on SilkAir. Lombok is easily accessible from more than 50 other major international destinations such as London, Amsterdam, Hong Kong, and Sydney, via connections in Bali and Jakarta. The airport is only 20 minutes from KHD, which is just off a brand new bypass highway.
Also very close to the KHD lots is the most ambitious and expansive tourism development the island has seen. The Mandalika Resort Project is in South Lombok, and is a US$3 billion project that is currently under construction on a 1,175-hectare plot of land. World-renowned hospitality brands such as Pullman, Paramount Resort, Club Med, Grand Mercure Hotel will bring over 12,000 hotel rooms. There will also be a 350,000-square-meter commercial space, a 78-berth yacht marina, an eco-park, water park, and a theme park. Officials see South Lombok’s potential to become like Nusa Dua, the resort area in South Bali that is known for 5-star resorts, and for large-scale, events and conferences. The Tourism Ministry has committed over US $65 million to creating and promoting Lombok’s potential for global conferences and exhibitions. In addition to the Mandalika, in 2021 the island will host the MotoGP, Indonesia’s first opportunity to host a world-class racing event since 1997. Construction for the 4.23km street circuit track will begin in October 2019, to prepare the region to handle an expected 150,000 spectators. All of these endeavours will drive worldwide attention and massive development to the South Lombok and Kuta Beach areas. The more than 200 lots of the KHD are in a prime location and buyers should ask now about finding the best spot for their Lombok holiday home, villa, or new business venture.
Now is the best time to ask the experts at the KHD office about building a private villa in Lombok. The lots are the closest project to the Mandalika Resort area. The private community is on a hillside, accessible by a paved road to each lot. The land sizes range from 500 m2 to 10,000 m2, and the lowest blocks 40m above the sea level and above the tsunami line.
The team at KHD can assist with any questions and all aspects from initial investment to finished build. Investing or building in Indonesia can be a daunting task, due to the country’s strict land and ownership laws, but KHD is a team of experts, who are highly-trained in Indonesian law. They will guide you through the process, step-by-step, ensuring all necessary legalities and contracts. All lots have the the secure HGB (“Right to Use Building”) permits, which allow for ownership, construction, and space leasing of buildings on land, including those created by PMA entities. Private villas can be used as holiday homes, and leases can be managed for potential earnings and holiday stays.
Building, owning or leasing a private villa in Lombok has never been easier, with a higher potential return on the investment. The Indonesian government and tourism officials have selected the island to be the next high-potential tourism market, and they are providing the necessary funding for improving the airport and infrastructure, The 200+ lots at KHD are in the most coveted location of South Kuta, with the modern Mandalika Resort development and MotoGP set to put the region on the world stage. The lots are on beautiful green land, overlooking the bay and the beaches, the perfect setting for a brand new holiday home. Contact the team at KHD for a brochure to start the process for your gorgeous, modern new villa in Lombok.