Welcome to Villas and Land - Lombok

After 20 years servicing Bali, Phuket and Lombok, Villas and Land is now focusing all resources on the south coast of Lombok, primarily the Selong Belanak beach area (including Serangan, Torok Aik Belik, Tampah and Mawun beaches) as we believe this is where the best land and property investment potential is over the next 10 years.

Not only has this coast line got “Tourism Destination” written all over it, the development of Mandalika, with its 5 star hotels, golf course, MotoGP track, water park and loads of recreation space will give this stunning white sand beach coast the facilities that are needed to provide an idyllic lifestyle environment for families and retirees to “live the dream.”

Villas and Land is expanding it’s land portfolio to include the island of Sumba in NTT (East Indonesia), specifically a large area of pristine white sand beach with gently sloping hill behind and a flat section on top. In total around 600 hectares. This area is close to the famous Komodo Island and is easily accessible to Waingapu Airport where there are daily flights to and from Bali. Click on the Sumba Land link to find out more details.



Lombok’s finest ocean view villa designed by renowned architect Greg Shand. With sweeping ocean views over Are Guling beach, the villa is ideally located minutes from the south coast hub of Kuta and Mandalika and 40 minutes from Lombok’s International Airport.

Selong Belanak

Tropik Tradisi Design 3 bedroom Villa. Our spacious 3 bedroom villa on a double sized plot features two gazebo’s one for eating and one for relaxing and a large kitchen / dining / living area to accommodate a large family or two families.

Selong Belanak

Tropik Tradisi Design 1 bedroom Villa. For those who love the traditional style Indonesia villa our design team have featured all the components that make it just so, including hard wood doors and window frames throughout, high pitched roof, gazebo and lush tropical gardens.


Torok Aik Belik

20 are (2,024 sq mts) ocean view sunset plot overlooking Torok Aik Belik beach in Selong Belanak Bay. Perfect beach for kite surfing and windsurfing with surfing, fishing and snorkelling close by.

Torok Aik Belik

Picturesque 90 are (9,056 sq mts) small hill surrounded by rice paddies in Torok Aik Belik beach, Selong Belanak bay. Ideal for boutique villa resort or one high end villa as part of the established and prestigious Kirana Estate.

Selong Belanak

1.4 hectares in Selong Belanak ideal for boutique villa development. Ocean view from top of the land with nice trees and connection to public road. Close to beach and shopping in Lombok’s most desirable location. Be quick ! SUMMARY Land size: 14000 M2 Environment: Hill…

Our Expertise

Assisting our customers through the processes involved in purchasing land, building a holiday rent villa that you can also enjoy for your holidays, getting a healthy rental return and selling the property in the future for an excellent capital gain as the value significantly increases over the course the area’s development. We have worked with many people from all around the world over the past 20 years and all have reaped the benefits of such a savvy lifestyle investment.

We have assisted many investors looking for large size land for resort and project development and sub division. Villas and Land has the expertise, track record and connections to assist you through every stage of these endeavors and make your investment not just a profitable one but an enjoyable one.

Villas and Land have a comprehensive range of listings focused on the south coast of Lombok. Aik Belik beach, Tampah beach and Mawun beach. Here you can find ocean view land at very reasonable prices and we have the contacts to assist you to build your dream villa. Our experience and savvy in dealing with western customers over the past 20 years means we understand what you want and how to communicate with you to ensure your experience in purchasing a home in paradise is an enjoyable and rewarding one.

We have acted in a consulting role for many investors in Bali and Lombok in Indonesia and Phuket, Chiang Mai and Krabi in Thailand for a range of developments from small to large, from Hotel properties to real estate developments. We can guide you through the steps to minimize costs and connect you with the right people to realize your earning potential. Our consulting service encompasses Feasibility Studies, Marketing Plan and Marketing Management.

“Invest in one of the world’s most beautiful beach areas.”


Beyond Property

We are the only Real Estate agency that knows the history of the land and have established relationships with the key local and provincial government. We will help you every step of the way. Our network is extensive.

Exceptional Service

Villas and Land has over 20 years experience dealing in property in Lombok, Bali and Thailand. We ensure your land is safe and secure to purchase and develop. Villas and Land specialises in land from villa size to large development.

Building Future

We have plots along Lombok’s south coast, from Selong Belanak to Awang Bay. This coast is earmarked to be South East Asia’s next big tourism destination and is a haven for property and Real Estate investors.


Lombok is an island in West Nusa Tenggara province, Indonesia. It is part of the chain of the Lesser Sunda Islands, with the Lombok Strait separating it from Bali to the west and the Alas Strait between it and Sumbawa to the east. It is roughly circular, with a “tail” to the southwest, about 70 km across and a total area of about 4,725 km² (1,825 sq mi). The administrative capital and largest city on the island is Mataram. Lombok in Indonesia language and local Sasak people has different meaning. In Sasak Language Lombok mean Straight and in Indonesia languange meaning is Chili.



The Dutch first visited Lombok in 1674 and settled the eastern part of the island, leaving the western half to be ruled by a Hindu dynasty from Bali. The Sasaks chafed under Balinese rule, and a revolt in 1891 ended in 1894 with the annexation of the entire island to the Netherlands East Indies.



The Lombok Strait marks the passage of the biogeographical division between the fauna of the Indomalayan ecozone and the distinctly different fauna of Australasia that is known as the Wallace Line, for Alfred Russel Wallace, who first remarked upon the distinction between these two major biomes. The island’s topography is dominated by the centrally-located stratovolcano Mount Rinjani, which rises to 3,726 m (12,224 ft), making it the third-largest in Indonesia. The most recent eruption of Rinjani was in June-July, 1994. The volcano, and its sacred crater lake, are protected by a National Park established in 1997. The southern part of the island is a fertile plain where corn, rice, coffee, tobacco, and cotton are grown. The island’s inhabitants are 85% Sasak (a people, closely related to the Balinese, but mostly practising Islam), 10-15% Balinese, with the small remainder being chinese, Arab, Javanese, and Sumbawanese. Lombok has much in common with nearby Bali, but less well-known and less-visited by foreigners. It has been working to increase its visibility to tourists in recent years, promoting itself as an “unspoiled Bali”. The most-developed center of tourism is Senggigi, spread in a 10-kilometer strip along the coastal road north of Mataram, while backpackers congregate in the Gili Islands off the west coast. Other popular tourist destinations include Kuta (distinctly different from Kuta, Bali) where surfing is considered some of the best in the world by leading surfing magazines. The Kuta area is also famous for its beautiful, untouched beaches.



While the area may be considered economically depressed by First World standards, the island is fertile, has sufficient rainfall in most areas for agriculture, and possesses a variety of climate zones. Consequently, food in abundant quantity and variety is available inexpensively at local farmer’s markets. A family of 4 can eat rice, vegetables, and fruit for as little as US$0.50. Even though a family income may be as small as US$1.00 per day from fishing or farming, many families are able to live a happy and productive live on astonishingly small incomes.

In early 2000 thousands fled from religious and ethnic violence that swept over the island, and tensions remain. Some travel websites warn that tourists sometimes provoke anger in this economically depressed region. This warning lacks credibility, since all of Lombok has had a long history of welcoming visitors to the island. Both the government and many of the residents recognize that tourism and the services required by tourists is Lombok’s highest source of income. Further proof of the island’s hospitality is show by the fact that tourists are virtually never seriously injured by any interaction with the local population. There is also a refugee camp on the island, costs paid for by Australia, which holds mostly Hazara Afgans who have tried to enter Australia by boat.


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