The ecologically significant Widi Reserve near Bali is set to be auctioned off on December 8. Photo: Sotheby’s Concierge Auctions
The ecologically significant Widi Reserve near Bali is set to be auctioned off on December 8. Photo: Sotheby’s Concierge Auctions
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100 Indonesian islands near Bali are up for auction at Sotheby’s: inside the uninhabited Widi Reserve archipelago, which is set to become an luxury eco resort – but you’ll need US$100,000 just to bid

  • The Widi Reserve is an uninhabited collection of 100 islands near Bali that could get turned into a luxury eco resort by the lucky buyer, as bidding starts on December 8
  • One of the most ‘ecologically significant places left on Earth’, it’s home to rare species, from blue whales to giant squid, and colonies of parrots and falcons

The ecologically significant Widi Reserve near Bali is set to be auctioned off on December 8. Photo: Sotheby’s Concierge Auctions
The ecologically significant Widi Reserve near Bali is set to be auctioned off on December 8. Photo: Sotheby’s Concierge Auctions
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