Located in the eastern reaches of the Indonesian archipelago on Rote Island, just to the south of West Timor, this 844sqm plot of level land is in central Boa - Rote Ndao, home to the area's most popular surf break, on the southwestern tip of the island. The land has a FREEHOLD Title (SHM or Sertifikat Milik) is just footsteps away from the powdery white sands of Boa Beach edging into crystal clear ocean waters and coral reefs. This is an excellent location to cater to growing tourism demands, and a great opportunity to tap the emerging demographic of those looking for something fresh and unique. Boa Beach or Bo'a Beach is a stretch of coastline in the West Rote district, 51km from Ba'a city, the capital of Rote Ndao regency, Rote Island, East Nusa Tenggara. Storms and winds from the Indian Ocean make the magnificent white-sand Boa Beach a surfing paradise, delivering long powerful right-hander barrels 500m from the beach, reaching up to seven rolls, as well as fun long rippable walls. Coral reefs offer wonderful diving and snorkelling, while traditional villages showcase a unique culture. Rote (sometimes spelt Roti) Island measures 100km x 20km and has an exceptional and spectacular natural environment with clear, transparent waters, caves, rock formations, terraced plantations and rolling hills topped with palm trees, savanna and some forests. It is famous for palm cultivation and sasando music. Easily accessible from Bali in just a few hours by plane and inter-island fast ferry.