As we start our project Cliff-Front.com from the Island of Bali in Indonesia, we will here talk about the land and measure units in Indonesia.
Land and measure units for real estate in Bali Indonesia
Indonesia uses the international system of units of measurement.
The units of measurement that you will most often encounter are m2, are and hectare.
The are (symbol a) is a unit of measure of area outside the metric system. It was fixed on April 7, 1795 as the Republican measure of area for the land.
The centiare (ca symbol) is a subdivision of the are: 1 a = 100 ca. This area unit is used almost exclusively in notarial acts.
The hectare (ha symbol) is a multiple commonly used to indicate the area of large land and landed property: 1 ha = 100 a.
|Hectare||Unit of agrarian measure of area
Equivalent to one hundred ares or ten thousand square meters 1 ha
|Are||Are is an Agrarian Measurement Unit
Worth 100 square meters
|1 ha = 100 a
1 ha = 10.000 ca
1 ha = 10.000 m2
|1 a = 100 ca
1 a = 100 m2
|1 ca = 0,01 a
1 ca = 1 m2
|The International System
based on the square meter (square of one meter of side)
|1 kilometer square||= 100 hectares||1 km2 = 1.000.000 m2|
|1 hectometersquare||= 1 hectare||1 ha = 10.000 m2|
|1 decameter square||= 1 are||1 a = 100 m2|
|1 meter square||= 1 ca||1 ca = 1 m2|