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Your reliable partner for expanding your business to Indonesia.

Our team of lawyers provides services to foreign investors on the correct procedure and licenses, taxes and other processes necessary to conduct business and protect your investment.

You can contact us with any question about buying land, purchasing a finished villa or business in Bali and nearby islands.

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With Bali Green Investment, we will show you how to buy property in Bali the safe way.

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With Bali Green Investment, we will show you how to buy property in Bali the safe way.


In summary, Bali island has become one of the most sought-after destinations for luxury real estate in recent years. The exceptional quality of life, advantageous tax laws, and high return rates are attracting more and more investors looking for prestige properties. If you are looking for a profitable and guaranteed real estate investment, Bali island is an ideal choice.

  • How long does it take before I can operate my newly established company?
    With Vivo Asia, it takes almost 4 weeks to establish a company.
  • What are the essential requirements to set up a company in Bali?
    For company registration in Bali, you’re required to have at least two shareholders and a capital statement letter.
  • Can I have 100% ownership?
    For foreign companies in Bali, there must be a minimum of 2 shareholders. In most cases, Indonesian legislation allows 100% foreign ownership but there are some exceptions.
  • How many KITAS can a company sponsor?
    The number of KITAS you can sponsor is not regulated by law. Any shareholder who fulfills the legal requirements is entitled to receive an investor KITAS.
  • Is there any limitation on how many shareholders or directors the company can have?
    No, there is no limitation. A company can have as many shareholders or directors as they want.
  • Do I have to prove the capital on the company’s account for company registration in Bali?
    No, a capital statement letter from Vivo Asia is sufficient to register a foreign-owned company in Bali. The capital can be transferred once the company is registered and a bank account is opened.
  • Are tax rates different for foreign-owned companies and local companies?
    The tax rates for foreign-owned companies are based on the company’s revenue and profitability, just like the tax rates for local companies. Therefore, tax rates are the same for Indonesian and foreign companies.


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We can help you establish your business in Indonesia, from start to finish. Contact us today, so we can get started.

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