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Chris Burch Created A Paradise In Indonesia With The Nihiwatu Resort

Posted by PhotoPhil on June 30, 2018 in Paradise Resort |

Chris Burch had already established a reputation as an active investor and successful entrepreneur prior to his establishing the Nihi Sumba Resort. He has spent forty years elevating luxury and multiple technology brands. His first venture as an entrepreneur was with his brother in 1976. They grew an investment for $2,000 into a business worth $165 million. Chris Burch grew up in Pennsylvania and ironically he was a poor student. At the time his parents did not realize he was affected with a severe case of attention deficit disorder. He began attending the Tilton prep school in New Hampshire when he was 14. By the time he graduated from Ithaca College, his feet were firmly planted on the road to success.

The story of the Nihi Simba resort began with a cult surf destination on an island in Indonesia. The visitors were mostly surfers interested in a twenty foot wave. The affinity Chris Burch felt for the island resulted in one of the most gorgeous resorts in the world. His partnership with James McBride was responsible for the transformation of the resort. The $30 million investment has attracted travelers from across the globe. The seven hundred acres continue to expand nearly every time Chris Burch visits the island. The resort was designed with a low impact and features thirty villas. The charming abodes feature woven reed floors, thatched roofs and stone carved basins, find more information on bjtonline.com.

The heart of the resort features a five villa estate called the Raja Mandaka. Every villa offers a breathtaking view of the coastline, gorgeous cultural and architectural details and maximum seclusion. Adventure lovers will adore the Mamole Tree House. This is three villas constructed around a tree trunk. This is the ultimate immersion in nature. The most private accommodation on the island is the Haweri estate. The beachside property was the residence of the original owners. The villa has three bedrooms, views of a secret bay and contains precious Ikats. It is filled with natural cottons, fresh air and food from the earth and sea, see (Ideamensch.com).

The restaurant at the resort offers dishes appropriate for the area with flavorful and clean tastes. A popular dish is the Balinese braised pork ribs served over a green papaya salad with grilled mahimahi and chili lime dressing. The Nihiwatu resort offers hikes through rice paddies, lush rain forests, private beaches and a clifftop bale. There is a yoga pavilion on a cliff side ridge, excursions to nature trails, blue waterfalls, traditional villages and Stone Age sites. The experiences include mountain biking, horseback riding, a chocolate factory and a spa, check http://www.burchcreativecapital.com/press/.

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