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South Lombok Investment & Lifestyle Opportunity


Kuta Skyline, Kuta bay

Gili Nusa Estate, Are Guling bay

Twin Peaks, Serangan beach


Bumbang Sunset, Gerupuk bay

Selong Riverside, Selong Belanak

Rolling Waters, Are Guling bay


Green Selong Ridge, Selong Belanak

Awang Cliffs, Ekas bay


Kuta town

Selong Belanak village


The global pandemic has had surprising consequences for South Lombok. First, the need to move out of dense urban areas have revitalised land inquiries and investment. Secondly, the government have had no option but accelerate their self financed "10 new Balis", including The Mandalika Project in South Lombok, to protect jobs and growth.

When investors or Lombok visitors refer to The Mandalika Project, they first have mixed feelings. Some tend to imagine a monster infrastructure dedicated to mass tourism, others see it as a doomed plan. It is time we decrypt the great ambitions and future lying underneath the largest project of its kind in Southeast Asia. Key infrastructure and sustainability will create the benefits for business success and community development alike.

The Mandalika Project is a US$3 billion eco-tourism destination to be developed on 1,175ha. Backed by the Indonesian Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC) and located in South Lombok, this Special Economic Zone (SEZ) is set to be the next world-class destination. It will consist of tourism-related mixed-use products, over 10,000 luxury hotel rooms (Pullman, Paramount Resort, Club Med and more!), an international street circuit (Moto GP 2021), luxury residences, a yacht marina, facilities such as golf courses, cycling and more.

WATCH Mandalika Update by Nagaindo

Alongside the ambitious project, private and local funding have contributed to uplifting the area: the desalination plant has been functional for more than 3 years, the Mandalika Bazaar market and religious center can offer plenty of parking space and host flow of visitors, our first supermarket celebrates its second year in Kuta and our international school its third... The pandemic is indeed a great opportunity to "persist and sign": an international hospital is being built 15min from Kuta Mandalika, the first Pertamina petrol station is ready, the new highway to Lombok International Airport to open by July 2021 as well as new terminal expansion.

Key feature of The Mandalika Project is what they call the “green future” due to an emphasis on sustainable development. This combines a growing trend within the territory to place an emphasis on environmental protection in new resort builds, adhering to globally recognized environmental protection standards. Bali offers a blueprint from which Lombok can learn valuable lessons.

As a template for sustainable development, this project has dedicated over 51% of its green space to conserve the natural environment for native species, both flora and fauna, allowing only low impact activities such as cycling and hiking . It will incorporate environmentally friendly technologies such as organic solar farms for efficient energy use, innovative water treatments and recycling facilities, as well as advanced waste disposal systems and tidal energy from the world-famous power plant company, Atlantis.

Contact Nagaindo, we will be happy to share more insights and investment opportunities with you.

Jean-Marc Reynier
Nagaindo Director & Passionate Lombok Citizen

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Build The Exotic Into Your Life

With the easing of visas regulation and the ensuing increase in land inquiries, our ready-to-build land sites have become extremely popular (Twin Peaks, Gili Nusa Estate, Kuta Skyline). They offer such an unbeatable winning combination for the new buyer: ensuring a safe acquisition, providing needed basic infrastructure and following a protective Covenant (community rules & guidelines).

WATCH Nagaindo Intro To Sites

Buying safely comes first. While third party due diligence may clear several of the potential risks (land titles, ownership structure, uncompromised access etc.), the risk remains inherent. Corruption is not uncommon. Also, local communities tend to very friendly but attached to strong local customs, it is easy to make a breach of etiquette. For over 10 years, Nagaindo has owned and managed actively its land portfolio, so those latest issues are easily solvable with us.

In such exotic but remote rural communities, dreams have ways of turning into nightmares if you do not have a Covenant (a special set of guidelines) about noise, garbage management, building heights or clear fundraising mechanism. To preserve the overall aesthetics of the area and protect owners against abusive neighbors these are the standards to ensure quality in a beautiful and peaceful environment.

To that matter Nagaindo boasts a unique feature among its peers. Working with a well established network of key players on the ground and abroad, we have spent the last 10 years forming what we feel is the best overall team to cater for all the needs of the investors. We offer our clients regular business insights, free consulting and share an extensive list of reliable players in diverse areas such as architecture, construction, legal services etc.

Contact Nagaindo for more info and details about the above opportunities.

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