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11 BEST Co-Working Spaces In Bali | Digital Nomads, Business Owners + everybody else!

Most people are familiar with the vacation resorts and yoga retreats in Bali, but increasingly, digital nomads and online entrepreneurs are coming here to get down to business. As a result, there’s never been more co-working options ready for when you’re ready to get out of your beach chair and enjoy strong wifi and stronger coffee to get to work.

In this article, we’ve taken a close look at some of Bali’s best co-working spaces by region, so that whether you’re passing through Bali on a working vacation or you’re already living on the island and in search of a decent work spot, you’ll find the perfect place for you!

Best Co-working Spaces in Ubud

To kick things off, we’ll start with Ubud, Bali’s uplands town known for its rainforests and rice paddies. When the time comes to take a break from exploring monkey sanctuaries to get some real work done, these Ubud co-working spaces will become your go-tos.

1. Hubud

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Listed as one of the top 10 co-working spaces in the world, you’ll quickly see what all the fuss is about when you come to Hubud! The cool, bamboo working space has all the amenities you need to keep connected, without losing that boho Bali vibe.

The space is divided into various zones for those working in groups and those who want a little peace and quiet. Sipping organic coffee or a green juice made from local ingredients, this laid-pack spot will quickly be one of your fave spots! If you plan on making Ubud your home for a while, Hubud also has coliving spaces available for rent.

What Makes Hubud Special?

  • Climate control: You can pick from air-conditioned spaces, outdoor areas, or spots with fans to keep cool while working. If you need a change of scenery, you’ve got options!
  • Meetings: If you need to schedule a meeting, there are spaces available with white boards, AC, projectors, and tables, and no cubicle-farm vibes.
  • Mailing Address: If you’re a member, Hubud will let you receive packages at their address. Anyone who’s struggled with getting mail in Bali knows how this can come in seriously handy!
  • Security: Lockers are available with 24/7 security so you can store all your electronics and other work stuff when you don’t need it.

Hubud Details

Address: Ji Monkey Forest No. 88X, Ubud, Kecamatan Udub, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia, +62 361 979073
Monthly unlimited pass: 2,900,000 IDR (about $206)
Day pass: 220,000 IDR (about $16)
Hours: Open 24 hours on weekdays and 9am to midnight on weekends

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2. Outpost


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Combining modern comforts and a natural setting, Outpost has created an excellent work/live/play environment for remote workers. Like Hubud, you can work and live at Outpost in their chic co-living spaces (and enjoy some yoga by that awesome pool!) They also often run events for digital nomads and entrepreneurs. If you’re looking for a co-working community, look no further than Outpost.

Our favorite spot here is the breezy, open-air roof deck – the perfect spot to take in the sunset while you polish off the last of those emails.

What Makes Outpost Special?

  • 24/7 Access: Have a client in a different time zone? Just work better at 4am? No problem – membership includes 24/7 access.
  • Swimming Pool: Ditch lunch at your desk and spend your breaks in Outpost’s courtyard swimming pool – then swing by the on-site cafe before you head back to work.
  • Quiet Space: Outpost has private rooms and offices if you need someplace extra-quiet to concentrate or take a call.

Outpost Details

Address: Outpost Ubud Coworking, Jalan Raya Nyuh Kuning Mas, Ubud, Gianyar-Bali, Indonesia, +62 361 9080584
Monthly unlimited pass: IDR 2,700,000 ($190)
Day pass: IDR 220,000 ($16)
Hours: 24/7 access with membership

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Best Co-working Spaces in Seminyak

The upscale beach resort area of Seminyak certainly beats the standard office space! Get your work done at one of these co-working spaces before hitting the beach or trying out surfing!

3. Biliq Bali Coworking


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Biliq Bali has two different co-working spaces, about 10 minutes apart in the Seminyak area. The original Biliq Seminyak venue has all the essentials for a digital nomad including fast Wi-fi, a Skype room, and free snacks on site. There’s also a dipping pool with laptop stands, and breezy indoor seating – depending on how much sun you’re looking to catch while you work.

The second Biliq Sunset venue follows a similar style, but is a little bit more formal with a more typical “office” set-up. Both venues have flexible pricing options, including a pay per minute package, which is a great option for digital nomads who only need the space for a short period of time!

What Makes Biliq Bali Special?

  • Flexibility: With two locations and various membership packages for each, you can pick a price and arrangement that fits you needs based on how much time you need to work and how long you plan on spending in Seminyak.
  • Coffee and snacks (included!): Most co-working spaces have a cafe on site, but at Biliq Bali your tea, coffee and nibbles come included in your membership price – perfect when you feel your energy waning mid-day.
  • Meeting rooms: Biliq has lots of meeting rooms available, including (our favorite!) a sound-proof Skype room .

Biliq Bali Details

Address: Jalan Yudistira No. 3A, Seminyak, Badung, 80361, Bali, Indonesia, +62 819 3738 7372
Monthly unlimited pass: $140
Flexi Pass: Starts at $0.04 per minute
Hours: Monday to Friday-8:30 to 19:00, Saturday-10:00-17:00, Sunday, Closed or 24/7 access with membership

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4. Ke{m}bali Innovation Hub


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An innovative and green workspace in Seminyak, Ke{m}bali is no-frills, with all the essentials like strong wifi, printers, and fresh coffee.

You’ll also find lots of meeting rooms, a variety of working areas and organized events like Startupweekend. Packages include flexible pricing based on how much you plan to use the facilities, and you can always upgrade if you decide you need more time to work.

What Makes Ke{m}bali Special?

  • Variety of work settings: From communal tables to private projector rooms, you’ll find everything you need here.
  • Daily cleaning service: No one wants to work in a messy environment. That’s why Ke{m}bali puts emphasis on their daily cleaning services so that every day you come in you’ll have a fresh and clean space to work.
  • A spot to chill: With fresh coffee onsite, large windows to enjoy the scenery, and comfortable working spaces, you can spend the whole day comfortably at Ke{m}bali while you’re getting your work done.

Ke{m}bali Details

Address: Jalan Sunset Road, No. 28, Seminyak, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia
Monthly unlimited membership: IDR 2,300K (about $170)
Day pass: IDR 150K ($11)
Hours: Weekdays-9am to 6pm, Saturday-9am to 12pm, Sunday closed. 24/7 access with membership.

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Best Co-working Spaces in Canggu

Canggu is becoming the hottest spot in Bali, with temples, beaches, great shopping and awesome, health-focused restaurants. One of the other benefits of this quickly-developing area? Lots of co-working options!

5. Tribal

Tribal is a custom-built digital nomad hostel with every amenity you could need for a day’s work. Quiet desk booths to standing desks, every type of worker will find a comfortable spot.

With an on-site cafe, bar, billiard table and pool, there’s so much more to do here than just spend all day on your laptop. The thriving Tribal community is welcoming and diverse, find your tribe!

What Makes Tribal Special?

  • Location: Away from the crowds of Canggu in peaceful Pererenan, Tribal takes away any distractions for a long hard day’s work. When you need a break, dip into the pool or order up a round of snacks from the healthy and locally sourced menu.
  • Minimum spend: Tribal doesn’t require any membership or monthly payment. You simply have a minimum spend per the amount of time you spend – which is easily spent on the vast and tasty menu.

Tribal Details:

Address: Gg. Tribal Jl. Pantai Pererenan, Pererenan, Kec. Mengwi, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80351, Indonesia
Hours: Daily 8 to 10

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6. Zin@Work

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A cool combination of a cafe and a coworking space, Zin@Work has a bamboo treehouse vibe that gives you that Bali aesthetic without sacrificing strong wifi and lots of outlets.

If you need a break, you’re steps away from the cafe with a wide menu – we particularly like the coconuts as a mid-day break!

What Makes Zin@Work Special?

  • Cafe/Co-working blend: Zin@Work is a bit smaller than some co-working spaces – there’s room for just 30 digital nomads in the bamboo pavilion, but you don’t need a membership to use the facilities. Currently, as long as you show your support by making a purchase at the cafe, you can spend an unlimited amount of time in the co-working space. First come, first served!
  • Great food: Zin Cafe is already known for its excellent, local coffee and health-oriented menu. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, you can count on a good meal as part of your work day when you come to Zin@Work.

Zin@Work Details

Address: Jalan Nelayan No. 78F, Canggu, Kec. Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali, Indonesia, +62 821 4506 9378
Hours: Daily 7:30 to 10:00

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7. District Canggu


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A restaurant/cafe/co-working space, District has a cool, modern vibe and top notch food to keep you powered through a day of work.

The venue has three floors, each of which has large windows from which you can enjoy a view of Bali rice paddies and a spectacular view of the sunset come nightfall. District also has other amenities, like showers and lockers, so you can really turn it into a home base in Canggu.

Stick around for happy hour after the sunset – you earned it!

What Makes District Canggu Special?

  • Flexible packages: They have lots of options from a full monthly membership to paying by the hour. Plus, if you become familiar and arrive before closing, District will let you stay and work through the night! You can also hire meeting and event rooms as needed.
  • Great food: District has gotten super reviews for their fresh and vibrant menu, so you can eat well and at a decent price while you’re getting work done!
  • Tech support: Laptop acting up? During regular hours, District invites you to ask staff members any tech FAQs you might have.

District Canggu Details

Address: Jalan Raya Pantai Berawa No. 9090, Berawa-Canggu, Bali, 80361, Indonesia, +62 877 81465060
One Month Unlimited Pass: IDR 1,650K (about $120)
1 Hour rate: IDR 44K (about $3.25)

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8. Dojo Bali


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Just one minute away from Echo Beach (!), you can hit the sand as soon as you’ve finished a day at work at Dojo.

This venue is both a co-working and co-living space with flexible rates depending on what services you need and how long you plan on staying. The two-storey complex is equipped with air conditioning, a garden and a pool onsite!

In case of one of the notorious power-outages on Bali, Dojo has you covered with a 7-hour backup power supply, which is pretty unique.

If you’re feeling hungry, there are plenty of yummy options at the onsite cafe for you to curb your hunger and keep working.

What Makes Dojo Bali Special?

  • Cool community: In addition to having a great space to work and chill, you can also take part in community events like BBQs, skill sessions, and social meetups! It’s a great way to become more involved in the community during your time in Canggu.
  • Attention to Detail: From the careful backup plan for power-outages to soundproof and air-conditioned Skype call rooms, Dojo has made sure that everything is in place for you to have success in working remotely.
  • Natural surroundings: A lot of co-working spaces capitalize on Bali’s natural beauty, but Dojo takes it one step further. You can stay in the air-conditioned indoors and enjoy the view, or you can be outside in the garden and relax by the pool while doing your work.

Dojo Bali Details

Address: No.88 Jalan Batu Mejan Canggu, Echo Beach, Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia
Monthly unlimited pass: IDR 2,900,000 (about $212)
30 Hour pass: IDR 800,000 (about $60)
Hours: Cafe is open 7am to 8pm daily \ Membership grants 24/7 access to the space

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Best Co-working Spaces in Sanur

A bit more laid-back than some of the other resort beaches of Bali, Sanur is most famous for being the departure point for ferries going to other islands – but that doesn’t mean it’s not worth staying a while!

9. LivitHub


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This co-working space is just a five-minute walk to Sanur’s golden sand beaches!

The four storey building is equipped with high-speed Wi-fi, comfortable Skype conference rooms, showers, snack stations, and A/C so you can relax and get in a productive day of work.

In addition to the work space, LivitHub also hosts community events like yoga classes and start-up sessions. Whenever you get hungry you can head to the Kitchen House, the onsite co-working cafe which serves a variety of Asian fusion and western dishes.

What Makes LivitHub Special?

  • 360 Rooftop Views: Maybe the best feature at LivitHub is the rooftop terrace, with a 360 view that guarantees a stunning sunset.
  • Flexible packages: Depending on how long you plan on staying in Sanur and what services you’re looking for, LivitHub has a variety of options.
  • Location: Close to the beach and the scenic beachfront path, you can go for a jog or bike ride before going to work or stretch your legs midday.

LivitHub Details

Address: Jalan Bumi Ayu Gg. Pungut Sari No. 6, Sanur, Kota Denpasar, Bali 80228, Indonesia, +62 361 286158
Hours: 24/7 access for members
Premium monthly pass: IDR 6,699,000 (about $490)
Daily Pass: IDR 99,000 ($8)

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10. Rumah Sanur Creative Hub


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A center for digital nomads, artists, and innovators, Rumah Sanur has a variety of packages and prices to fit your co-working needs.

On top of providing a top-notch work space, they are also committed to sustainability and environmental awareness. The products used at their onsite coffee shop, Kopi Kultur, are all sustainably sourced to protect coffee workers and the environment. We love that!

What Makes Rumah Sanur Special?

  • Variety of Programs: More than just a co-working space, Rumah Sanur offers business start-up support, workshops, and artist residencies. If you’re looking to expand your business or you need a fresh start, Rumah can be a great place to begin!
  • Environmental commitment: If you’re a person who cares about the environment, lots of Rumah’s policies will sit well with you! In addition to their sustainable coffee, they also designed the workspace using recycled materials.
  • Flexibility: You can choose a private or shared office space and change your membership plan based on your needs.

Rumah Sanur Details

Address: Jalan Danau Poso No. 51A, Sanur, Semawang, Kota Denpasar, Bali 80228, Indonesia, +62 361 282477
Hours: Daily 8am to 11pm
Monthly pass: IDR 550K
Daily Pass: IDR 50K

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Best Co-working Spaces in Kuta

One of the first developed tourist areas of Bali, Kuta is still a popular place with a big party scene and some great surfing beaches. More recently, the co-working scene has also made its move to Kuta so you can enjoy the charm of Bali while still having a great and productive space to work!

11. Bali Bustle


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Complete with a rooftop lounge and a cooling pool, all your friends back home will be jealous of your new “office” space in Kuta! There’s also a cafe on site where you can stay powered through the day with great Indonesian coffee, and a gym to get your morning workout in.

Bali Bustle also has a coliving arrangement if you fall in love with the place and want to spend more time in Kuta – you wouldn’t be the first!

What Makes Bali Bustle Special?

  • Super Facilities: All the essentials like fast Wi-fi, meeting rooms, tea, and coffee, plus extras like a gym and pool!
  • Community: Being a member of Bali Bustle is more than just having a work space. You can connect with other community members and join in various organized events like movie nights, tea, and yoga sessions.
  • Multiple plans: Start off with a day pass, then upgrade if you decide you need more time to work!

Bali Bustle Details

Address: Jalan Dewi Sri II No. 23, Legian, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia, +62 878 6182 9035
Monthly pass: IDR 2.2M
Day Pass: IDR 150K

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There you have it! If you’re a digital nomad looking to relocate to Bali, first off, great choice! With one of these super co-working spaces in Bali, you’ll be able to dive into the remote work scene head first!

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