In early December, a significant event took place in Dubai at the exclusive Capital Club. Investors had a unique opportunity to engage with the Indonesian development company, MAGNUM ESTATE. The spotlight of the presentation was on the flagship apartment complex, Magnum Residence Sanur.

Andrew Senkovs, a partner at the company and Head of International Development, shared his thoughts:

“Investors in the UAE have a keen understanding of real estate trends and returns. We’re delighted that the presentation of MAGNUM ESTATE projects sparked considerable interest among Capital Club guests. We focus on designing and constructing high-yield properties in the prime locations of the island, not just following architectural trends but actively shaping them.”

Designed by the renowned Indonesian architect Raul Renanda, Magnum Residence Sanur stands out with its prime oceanfront location and an expansive beach, solidifying its status as one of Bali’s most captivating properties. Encompassing over 8000 m2, the complex boasts a diverse range of facilities:

  • Beach Club
  • Fitness and Yoga Center
  • Spa Salon
  • Ocean-view restaurant, cafe, and lounge bar
  • Coworking space
  • Children’s play areas, and more.

Each unit within the complex is a place where functionality meets luxury. One-bedroom apartments span 101 m2, while two-bedroom units offer a generous 204 m2. Ground-floor units provide direct access to a private pool, while upper floors feature balconies equipped with jacuzzis. Apartments are delivered turnkey, featuring premium designer finishes, furniture, and appliances from renowned brands.

Sanur, a well-developed resort area in Bali, is renowned for its scenic beaches and lagoons. A haven for water sports enthusiasts and entertainment seekers, the region is witnessing significant developments, including the construction of the Diamond Sanur marina and port expansion for excursions to Gili Islands, Nusa Penida, and Nusa Lembongan.

In 2024, the Sanur area is set to welcome the island’s largest medical center and the ICON Mall, a prominent shopping and entertainment complex. Experts anticipate that these landmark developments will contribute to a significant increase in Bali’s annual tourist influx by 1.5 million people.