Welcome to Chestertons Indonesia. Indonesia is known for its diving, which is considered some of the world’s best. From the plethora of operators and schools in Bali to remote spots that will challenge and thrill experts. For those preferring to keep their feet on land, Indonesia comprises 17,000 islands which offer tranquil beaches, jungle hikes bustling with wildlife and ancient temples; the 8th century Borobudur temple is one of the most famous and culturally significant landmarks. The Indonesian cuisine is colourful and packed with fresh herbs and spices. Street food is readily available on most street corners and is the best way to sample the array of delicious traditional dishes.
The Komodo dragon, found in Indonesia, is the largest lizard in the world, growing up to 3 meters (9.8 feet) in length.National Geographic
Network Development Manager
Sam is Chestertons International Network Development Manager, managing 12 global associate offices. With experience in franchising and a passion for geopolitical nuances, Sam implements policies, conducts international sales and helps expand direct marketing campaigns throughout the Chestertons global network.
Located in the tranquil village of Pererenan, this beautiful, four-bedroom villa takes full advantage of its riverside location with lots of living spaces, masses of lawn, garden space and an 18-metre swimming pool.
This tastefully designed property purpose built for a large family, consists of a two-storey L-shaped house that looks out to large beautifully manicured lawn and a 15m x 4m swimming pool.
A 6 bedroom villa within an estate that has been designed to capture the ambiance of a Balinese compound with separate dwellings spread over 1,300sqm of landscape garden.
Set among the sleepy little village of Banjar Anyar in Kerobokan, just off the main road and secluded in a tropical rain forest canopy of big trees, lies this stunning 7-bedroom estate on almost 2,800sqm of land.