- Sign up or Log in
IDR - Rp
Also known as “The Island of the Gods”, Bali has long been heralded for its breath-taking natural beauty and its rich, vibrant cultural traditions, so it is of little surprise that it ranks as Indonesia’s number one tourist destination. Home to 4 million residents, and frequently rated as a Top 10 tourist destination for travelers, it has become wildly popular in the last three decades for its high-octane surfing, glorious temples, and amazing sunsets.
By day, you can visit the many Balinese Hindu temples on the island or sip a civet-cat coffee on the black sand beaches. At night, you can haggle with the street vendors at the local market or cut loose in one of the many beach-front nightclubs to be found here.
Renowned for its artful festivals and ancient culture as well as for its year-round tropical weather, there are many reasons why so many people come here and never want to leave.
Learn more about the Bali condo market through trends and average prices.
Purchasing a condo in Bali is both easy and exciting, as there are so many different options to choose from. Spacious yet inexpensive 1 bedroom units can be purchased for as low as IDR 650,000,000 while upscale, multi-bedroom units can go for in excess of IDR 7,000,000,000.
Regardless of your budget, there’s a no shortage of selection, from the city comforts of Kuta to condos overlooking the ocean. Whether it’s a modest 40 square meter unit or a sprawling 600 square meter unit, all requirements and budgets are catered for.
Life in Bali will be considerably more affordable than living in the Western world. A three-course meal for two at a mid-range restaurant will cost approx. USD 12.00. The traditional dishes are quite healthy (and vegetarian-friendly too!). The local restaurants, warungs, have affordable
meals and tasty choices. Gasoline is only USD 0.61/liter and monthly utilities average out to roughly USD 60.00. It is hard to fathom that a place as beautiful as Bali could be so inexpensive, and yet the cost of living here is a fraction of what it is in places like Hawaii or The Bahamas.