INVESTMENT GUIDELINES

To understand how investment conditions have become so favourable to South Lombok we must first look at: the opening of a the International Airport, in 2011, the Central Goverments investment into The Mandalika Project, as part of a broader development for Indonesia, and the positive Macro economics. Finally the unique investment and develpment opportunities of land, in the The Greater Selong Belanak Region and specifically the Hills of Jabon.

OWNERSHIP STRUCTURE

Visi-Jabon is a licensed property brokerage and development company, under Indonesian corporate law. We are a platform for a sustaimable tourism development in the hills above Selong Belanak in Lombok. Our privately owned hillside properties share access, infrastructure, services and a vision for the future. We create feasible developments and attractive business environments.

INVESTMENT GUIDE

To understand how investment conditions have become so favourable to South Lombok we must first look at: the opening of a the International Airport, in 2011, the Central Goverments investment into The Mandalika Project, as part of a broader development for Indonesia, and the positive Macro economics.

TRANSACTION PROCESS

Structuring a safe transaction process is the first step for investors in establishing a secure ownership structure. Preservation of investor capital is of paramount importance to us as a developer and broker.

TAX SYSTEM

There is a wide variety of taxes in Indonesia that companies, investors, and individuals need to comply with. This includes corporate income tax, individual income tax, withholding taxes, international tax agreements, value-added tax (VAT), luxury-goods sales tax, customs & excise, tax concessions, and land & building tax. Our tax section aims to provide detailed information about taxes that are in effect and should be considered when investing in Indonesia.

VISA PERMITS

However, recently the government allowed an exemption for citizens of a number of countries. In this section we explain which person requires what visa: for example those who visit Indonesia for less than 30 days for tourism purposes, those who are to attend a business meeting, those who want to work and reside full-time in Indonesia, or those who seek to enjoy their retirement in Indonesia, and others.