You’re one week into your Bali getaway, AKA most epic holiday ever, and you’ve got to thinking that maybe you could live there. The wireless connection is pretty good so you can work off your laptop and join the tribe of digital nomads, you can live in a luxe villa and pay half the rent you do in Sydney/New York/London, and you can drink coconuts all year round. We’ve all been there. Bali impresses like no other place. Indeed, author Toby Beta said ‘Don’t talk about heaven if you’ve never been to Bali’. Combine this with the island’s proximity to the Australian and Asian markets, its business infrastructure and thriving tourist industry, and it’s hardly surprising that so many people want a piece of it. Whether you’re thinking of taking up permanent residency, starting a business or looking to buy into this tropical paradise, we’ve got a few tips for you.
If you’re not yet convinced that Bali is the place for you (trust us, it is) then start by reading ‘Top reasons to move to Bali’. Once convinced you will want to read up on why Bali is the best place in Asia for the creative entrepreneur. Once established as an entrepreneur you can advance to learning up on Bali property investment, and if that goes swimmingly, why not look into Indonesia’s resort real estate market; there are still a few remote islands looking for owners after all.