Story highlights

Donald Trump has investments in Indonesia, the world's most-populous Muslim nation

Many Indonesians wary of Trump after his proposed ban on Muslims entering the U.S.

The businessman may face backlash from his political stances

Cigombong, Indonesia CNN  — 

Donald Trump has made it clear he doesn’t trust Muslims, but that hasn’t stopped him from trying to make money in majority Muslim countries.

Take the Lido Lakes One Stop Adventure Hotel for example.

Even staff at this scruffy resort admit it has seen much better days. During a recent visit the cavernous lobby sat mostly empty, apart from a stray cat. Several aging cakes collected dust in the showcase of an apparently abandoned hotel pastry shop. The paint was peeling off the seats of children’s swings next to a forlorn swimming pool.

The Donald Trump guide to the rest of world

However, according to the presumptive Republican presidential candidate, Lido Lakes will soon be transformed into a shining example of the “next generation of luxury hospitality.”

The future Trump International Lido Hotel is one of two resorts Trump Hotel announced it is developing in Indonesia, the world’s most populous Muslim country.