VCDC’s latest project in Uluwatu, Bali offers luxury at the tip of technology’s edge | Lifestyle.INQ

OCTOBER 27, 2022

The following story was published in Inquirer RED’s August-September 2022 issue and has been edited for length and clarity.

In recent years, Bali has risen to become a destination above all destinations. According to Club Med, a travel and tourism operator based in Paris, Bali tops its list of the top 10 happiest travel destinations in the world in 2022, after compiling data from the 50 most visited tourist destinations.

Known for its surfing, temples, waterfalls, and nightlife, the main tourist destination of the Southeast Asian archipelago country drew in more than 6 million visitors in 2019, and with travel restrictions being loosened up, is looking to draw in at least 1.5 million this year. 

Perched on the cliffsides of Uluwatu, Vie by VCDC attempts to elevate what is already a breathtaking experience by embodying the ultimate luxury of living comfort and enjoyment in the form of five luxurious villas.

Paradise in Indonesia

The Uluwatu Development, a cliffside development with luxurious villas, is established in a spectacular location in Indonesia. Surrounded by high trees and organized plants, the cliffside development has breathtaking views of the horizon, the ocean, and the long stretch of the beach.

The features inside the villas are astonishingly beautiful. The villas are enclosed with stoned brick walls with accented big glass windows; the path entrance of the villas cascade with aisle ways that are surrounded with constant flow of water. With huge balconies and pool sides that overlook the ocean, the villas have infinite spots for relaxation and enjoyment from any time of the day throughout the entire evening. It is living in a luxurious villa in paradise. The Uluwatu Development is just one of the many projects to be established in Bali, Indonesia. Vie by VCDC will be developing more beautiful and incredible retreats in selected parts of the country. A few of these locations include Umalas, Kuwum, and Pererenan.

Accessible by blockchain

Digital contracts as an alternative way to purchase property is gradually becoming embraced by property developers around the world, VCDC included. Digital contracts make it easier for foreigners to purchase ownership and rights to land in certain locations like Bali.

“VCDC will be offering the chance for both Filipinos and international investors to own a piece of our sustainable luxury hotel villas,” says VCDC Founder and CEO Victor Consunji in his monthly column for Manila Bulletin. “While purchasing an entire villa may be out of reach for many, fractional NFTs will allow investors to purchase shares in these projects and participate in the price appreciation, as well as receive dividend payments from the operations.”

In a separate interview, Consunji adds: “We were going to do it the traditional way, but we also saw the opportunity: why not explore these other ways of doing contracts?”


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