Have you ever been to Bali? Guaranteed most of you already have the experience visiting at least once. The land of culture and gods, Bali offers tons of beautiful beaches and forests spreading across the island. With the increasing number of visitors each year, the tourism business has become the fastest growing economy in Bali. One of the examples is the villas, many luxury Bali villas are built to accommodate tourists for their holiday.
One can find luxury Bali Villas even in remote areas…
When you visit Bali, did you book a hotel to stay the night? If you did, then you missed out on an opportunity to enjoy Bali’s finest accommodation. You might be wondering why staying in a villa is way better than a hotel in Bali. That’s because Bali has such a beautiful environment and unique architecture so with a villa you can experience the authentic Bali residence. Some luxury Bali villas can be found near beaches or public area for easy access.
Villas in Bali can be rented or bought. There is also some real estate who develops a villa and invites people to invest in it. Day by day, Villa business is slowly overtaking any other residence in Bali especially on vacation areas such as Canggu or Ubud.
Bali Villas can be a double edged sword…
This phenomenon is not without side effects though; many locals live around the area voices their opinion against the growth of villa business. Their complaints are varying, from the unsettling noise from the guest to disrupt the local business around the area. Granted, some of the villa owners tend to build their villa close to local’s residence.
With that being said, what we can learn is that luxury Bali villas can be a huge market for tourists around the world but we must also be considerate towards nearby locals as well. Aside from the paperwork required, make sure we also cooperate with the locals to avoid unnecessary conflict that may happen in the future.
That’s probably covers everything that I need to share. So, in conclusion, luxury Bali villas is a great growing business and can bring positive effects as long as the owner be able to cooperate with the local inhabitants. Tourism business may be the hots in Bali, but that doesn’t mean it may trample other businesses. Who knows maybe local businesses like food stalls or small art galleries can be beneficial as well to villa guests.