Jimbaran lies on the western side of Bali's narrow isthmus, a sweeping bay that curves for five kilometres from the southern side of the airport to the bushy headland that is the home of the Four Seasons Resort and the start of the Bukit Peninsula. Interestingly, Jimbaran used to be no more than a sleepy fishing village flanking a spectacular, beach. The 1990s, however, heralded the arrival of a number of 5-star hotels, and now Jimbaran is on everybody's lips and upmarket development is happening fast. Fortunately, the beach remains unspoilt and tranquil, the pace is still unhurried, the atmosphere relaxed and the sand soft and golden. The area is famous for its fresh fish and the numerous beachside seafood cafes, which run the length of the bay and serve up the catch of the day
Leasehold land located in the area which is seeing explosive growth and high capital appreciation strategically located nearby Ayana Hotel and only 10 minutes drive to the Jimbaran Beach which is so popular for its seafood dining and spectacular sunset.