Living in Paradise

Millions have had this dream and tens of thousands have fulfilled it for themselves by finally moving to the island of Gods. In order for you not to turn your dream into a nightmare, we have written this little guide for you to have access to some reliable information.



Reasons for Moving

Bali is in many ways an incredibly wonderful place to live and work, and there are many expatriates from all over the world living in Bali, who have opened businesses and made a living.

Of course, a decision to move to Bali depends on what you plan to do, on what you expect for yourself to experience or achieve here. There are many reasons why people move to Bali. Most people these days are either remote workers or digital nomads, people who get hired and work for a company, and investors & entrepreneurs. 

Note: We are updating currently all our articles since the pandemic did cause changes in the regulations. You can still reach us via our contact page if you have any questions or need a trustworthy and competent agency to assist you with the permits and processes.

Owning a Property in Bali

Of course, when deciding to move to Bali, the question arises, what you choose as your accommodation. Many who come to Bali also do invest into a property. It can be done, however one must understand what are potentials and also the risks. Bali’s property market has always been extremely strong and healthy. But there are some traps to avoid and hurdles to take. 

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“Bali is a magical place. And it’s a great place to live, do business, raise children, or simply spend a few retirement years”

~ live the dream, live it wisely

The Devil is in the Details

The very best way to live a happy life in Bali is to do some solid research and to adjust to the new and often alien rules and regulations. Just because Bali is a very relaxed and tolerant place, this does not mean that foreigners can (or should) not obey to the laws. Many got and still get away with not paying taxes, playing with property titles and many more “grey-area” activities. But that can be a dangerous game. Build a solid foundation, be informed…and then enjoy the magic of Bali.

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