Hi I’m Lilis, the assistant manager of business intelligence at Bukit Vista. I’ve read articles that cover everything investors planning to build and buy a villa in Bali should know about zoning. Most of the info focuses only on zoning rules. If that’s all you need, you can check out: https://gistaru.atrbpn.go.id/rdtrinteraktif/ for your research.
But here’s the question: What else do we need to know about land use regulations and how it applies to your Bali villa investment strategy? Let’s find out together!
Basic Understanding: Decoding Zoning Colors
I’m sharing this information for those who might not know much about it. Zoning means dividing land into different parts, each with specific rules about how you can use the land and build things on it. In Bali, these rules are really important. They help keep the island beautiful, protect its culture, and control how cities grow. There are five types of zones in Bali:
- Agricultural Land (Green):
This is for farming and not good for building villas. There are strict rules here to save the farmland.
- Residential Land (Yellow):
This is where you can build villas. But even here, there are different types – some areas allow fewer houses, some allow more. You need to research well to know which type fits your plan.
- Commercial Land (Red):
This is for businesses, not villas. But it’s important to understand nearby commercial areas to know about the local economy and your potential customers.
- Tourism Land (Pink):
Great for building villas, especially if you want tourists to stay. These areas are meant for places like hotels and villas, so they’re good for your villa project.
- Commercial & Residential Land (Orange):
These areas have a mix of businesses and houses. They can be a good choice because you can cater to both locals and tourists, making it a good option for building villas.