Interested in retiring to Bali paradise?

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A new, small retirement village development set to open in north Bali in January 2017 is promising just that.

Located on 2,000 sqm in the far north village of Tegallinggah, the Bali Retirement Villages will have 16 one-bedroom apartments priced at $170,000.

The village has a pool with swim-up bar, pool house, two guests suites and gardens, while the 60sqm apartments have a kitchen, full bathroom, private terrace/balcony overlooking and come fully furnished

The $200 monthly maintenance fee covers nearly everything, including housekeeping 6 days per week, a weekly linen service, on-site security, satellite TV, WiFi internet access, insurance, buildings and grounds maintenance and a concierge service – you just pay for your own groceries and electricity.

Retiring to Bali is easier than you would think – to obtain a retired visa, you only need to be 55+, have a $2,000 per month pension and health insurance valid in Indonesia.
Food usually runs to around $90 per person per month. The only downside? A bottle of local beer is $1.50.

To maintain the community feel of the Tegallinggah village, residents are required to live there year round, but with all so much on offer, would you ever want to leave?

Find out more here.