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Bali apartment construction rises with eye to post-COVID demand

Developers see increasing domestic, foreign interest in longer stay properties

The Karma Kandara resort and residential complex in Bali is expanding to accommodate guests seeking long-term stays. (Photo courtesy of The Karma Group)

BALI, Indonesia -- Developers in Bali are building apartments in anticipation of a post-COVID tourism boom projected to send demand for self-contained and long-term accommodations skyrocketing.

Despite the tropical getaway having been officially closed to international tourists during an 18-month stretch of the coronavirus pandemic, Bali has consistently ranked high as a desired destination among travel surveys and topped Tripadvisor's 2021 list of the world's most popular. Construction of villas has already seen a surge, with interest now also turning to apartments.

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