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“Amora villa is situated in Gili Trawangan, a paradise island close to lombok. Gili trawangan got a huge reputation for the white beaches and amazing dives spots. Amora villa is in the south cen of the island. Just 5 minutes from the sunset point view and 10 mins from the harbor. In our hotel you can enjoy quiet and peace away from the crowd, and a beautiful view point while enjoying a nice dinner cooked by our attentioned staff. Or having a swim in our long pool, to cool down from the hot sun of Indonesia. Boasting an outdoor pool, Amora Villa features accommodations in Gili Trawangan with access to free WiFi and a shared lounge. The property has garden views and is a 4-minute walk from Gili Trawangan Art Market and a 5-minute walk from Gili Trawangan Harbor. This air-conditioned villa comes with a bathroom with a shower and free toiletries. Breakfast is available daily, and includes continental, à la carte and American options. Staff at the reception can assist guests at any time of the day. The villa offers a bicycle rental service and hiking can be enjoyed nearby. Turtle Conservation Gili Trawangan is a 5-minute walk from Amora villa”
White sandy beaches. Tropical coral reefs. Warm inviting waters. All this awaits you on the Gili Trawangan and the Gili islands in Lombok. And with no cars, no motorbikes and no distractions other than beautiful tropical island scenery, the Gili islands off the northwest coast of Lombok are truly an ideal destination for a tropical getaway.
Offering spectacular reefs and ominous dive sites like Shark reef, the Gili Trawangan and the Gili islands in Lombok are the perfect escape for anyone wanting to get away to beautiful, natural and relaxing surrounds. This is why these islands have become a popular destination for Western tourists looking for a remote island experience. For divers and snorkelers, there are few places better than the Gili’s where you can get up close to all kinds of marine life including a green turtle (Chelonia mydas) in all its glory. Swim up and watch this graceful creature glide through the ocean. You should be able to spot these turtles at depths of 10-20 meter below sea level.
The name “Gili Islands” is a misnomer, because Gili simply means “small island” in Sasak. As a result, most of the islands around the coast of Lombok have Gili in their names, although confusion is averted by referring (in English) to the other Gilis around the Lombok coast by their proper names only. The Indonesian word for water is Air and Gili Air was named for being the only island of the three to have subterranean fresh water. This is acknowledged as a finite resource with some resorts and restaurants shipping in the water from the mainland.
The islands are a beautiful tourist destination. Each island has several resorts, usually consisting of a collection of huts for tourists, a small pool and restaurant. Most local inhabitants live on Trawangan, in a township stretching along its east side just inland (which is also where most recent development is taking place). Automobiles and motorized traffic are prohibited on the islands by local ordinance, so the preferred method of transportation is by foot and bicycle or the horse-drawn carriage called a cidomo. Scuba diving and free diving in and around the Gilis is also common due to the abundance of marine life and coral formations. Most famous diving spots are Shark point, Manta point and Simon’s reef.
The Islands are located in the Lombok Strait, to the immediate northwest of Lombok. They extend outward from a tiny peninsula called Sire near to the village of Tanjung on Lombok. Bali lies about 35 km to the west of Gili Trawangan, the islands’ most westerly member. Both Bali and Lombok are easily visible from the Gilis in clear weather. Mount Rinjani, Indonesia’s second highest volcano, is close by on neighbouring Lombok, and dominates the views towards the east.
Due to their close proximity to the Equator, the Islands have a warm, tropical climate with a dry and wet season. With Mount Rinjani to the immediate east on Lombok, and Mount Agung to the west on Bali, The Gilis are somewhat sheltered and actually enjoy a slightly drier microclimate when compared to the surrounding archipelago.
The largest of the three islands, Gili Trawangan attracts the majority of visitors, it is around thirty minutes boat ride from the northwest mainland of Lombok and regular daily fast boats depart Bali directly to Trawangan island. Unique to the Gilis all forms of motorized transport are still not allowed – meaning the only way to get around is on foot, by bicycle and in pony carts known as Cidomos. Aside from the obvious lure of snorkeling and diving, sunbathing and bar-hopping, Gili Trawangan has a fair amount of distractions to keep visitors both amused and entertained throughout the course of their stay. Dry Season usually lasts from May until October, with monsoon season starting in November and continuing through to April. Temperatures range between 22 °C to 34 °C, with an average annual temperature of around 28.
Jalan Anemon. Gili Trawangan.
Nusa Tenggara Barat. Indonesia.
500 meters from Gili Trawangan beach
200 meters from Gili Trawangan harbour
600 meters from Turtle Conservation
400 meters from Diving Center
400 meters from Central Night Market
Amora Villa is open for sale with the best price offers
2100 Meter of land area
13 Units of wooden bungalow
Front and back space area
Front office area
Bicycle parking area
We offers the resort with a good price and open for negotiable. We are welcome with any suitable option for the investor.
SALE PRICE - Freehold Tittle
20 Years of Leasehold
TERMS & CONDITION
Can foreigners buy property in Indonesia? As stated in the regulation of foreign property ownership, Government Regulation (PP) No. 103 issued late December 2015, not all foreigners are permitted to purchase domestic property. There are several conditions that must be met, and listed below are some requirements that foreigners must fulfill to be able to buy property in Indonesia:
The following are the conditions required for Property Ownership by Foreigners
- Only purchase property with Hak Pakai (The Right to Use), Leasehold and HGB (Right to Build) certificate titles.
- Have a valid KITAS visa (Temporary Residency Permit)
- Only villas, land, houses and apartments can be purchased
LONG TERMS RENTAL (LEASEHOLD)
This is a long-term lease contract. Although the land title is not under the foreigner’s name and remains under the ownership of the original owner, the land can be rented for an initial period of around 30 years and can then be extended up to a period of 70 years. After the lease begins, the owner’s title of Hak Milik (Right to Own) will be legally transferred to the foreigner under the Hak Sewa title (Right to Lease).
Under the lease contract the property is able to be sub-leased (rented out to other people). This is how many foreigners turn a leasehold property into a lucrative investment and source of passive income. For most investors, the beauty of a lease is that their focus is immediate cash flow and a passive income, allowing freedom from the burden of watching market conditions as the actual value of the property is of no huge concern. In a low market there will be an increased number of long-term renters, and in a high market when everyone is purchasing, there is still the benefit of short-term holiday rentals. If the leasehold is not renewed once it expires, all rights go back to the original owner and it becomes a freehold Hak Milik property again.
Indonesian companies are allowed to hold the HGB title (Hak Guna Bangunan), this is the Right to Build title. In this case the freehold title is handed over to the state and the company is given the possession of the property under right to use title for a period of 30 years with the right of extension. Foreign investors can have 100 % ownership of companies. This is called a PMA (Penanaman Modal Asing), the only form of company allowed for exclusively foreign investment. Foreigners can legally hold property by means of a PMA, without the involvement of an Indonesian shareholder.