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Posted: 25 Jun 2014 | 6:00 am
Lombok's hotel and property market has been increasingly on the radar of developers since the opening of the new international airport.
C9 Hotelworks who have extensively worked in the Greater Bali region has compiled an analysis of Lombok's real estate sector, with a particular viewpoint on taking a forward looking view of the development cycle.
A historical look back is important at Asia's Big Two destination islands of Phuket and Bali is critical to understand how this exciting destination may be transformed leading up to 2022 and beyond.
Critical questions remain such as "Will Hotel Branded Residences be a relevant early cycle model?" Or "Who will the customers of tomorrow be? " C9's Bill Barnett who has authored the report provides a unique level of insight on Lombok and how will the storyline unfold.
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