Living and coworking in Bali is an excellent choice for digital nomads and remote workers. Between the island vibes, healthy smoothie bowls, hip cafés and surfing lessons, there’s a lot to keep you occupied.
Canggu and Ubud might be the best locations for digital nomads but there are also other cool
Coworking Space Bali #1: Hubud
Located in Ubud, Hubud was Bali’s first coworking space and is well known worldwide as they got mentions in Lonely Planet and Forbes. Hubud organizes a lot of events and workshops and provides space for you to have meetings as well as being productive. They also provide information for those who aren’t in Bali yet.
Pricing: you can get packages from IDR 850K to 3.200K
Coworking Bali #2: Outpost Ubud & Canggu
Outpost has two coworking spaces in Bali. The first one was in Ubud and the second one recently opened in Canggu. Outpost is known for being a great productive space. They also provide training programs in which you can redesign your life from paradise. They organize different types of events, from workshops to bowling nights, from pool party to trips to other Indonesian islands.
Pricing: you can get packages from IDR 720K to 2.700K
Coworking Space in Bali #3: Dojo Bali
Dojo is very popular in the digital nomad community in Bali. It’s one of the most social coworking spaces in Bali and is also known across the world. Dojo is great for those who want to make friends when they first land in Bali. Events were created for the new members so they can make connections quickly with other nomads.
Pricing: you can get packages from IDR 800K to 2.950K
Coworking in Bali #4: Tropical Nomad
Tropical Nomad is the newest coworking space in Canggu and is located right in the centre of the town in the middle of the well-known shortcut. Tropical Nomad offers a large space as well as balconies and a grass area. This space opened in November 2018 and they offer great deals right now.
Pricing: you can get packages from IDR 450K to 2.300K (prices will eventually go up as these prices are part of the soft launch)
Coworking Space in Bali #5: Hub Bali
Hub Bali has two locations in Bali; Legian and Nusa Dua which are quieter than Ubud and Canggu. Nusa Dua offers premium offices and Legian offers relaxing vibes. They offer spaces in the common area, but you can even get your own private office.
Pricing: you can get packages from IDR 1.500K to 5.000K – if you rent an office for your startup team then prices can be higher
Coworking in Bali #6: District Canggu
District Canggu is a restaurant but it also has a coworking area upstairs providing cool views of the rice terraces. It’s a great location to be productive and to enjoy some good food while you’re there.
Pricing: you can get daily, weekly and monthly packages from 110K to 1.650K
How to Find your Bali Digital Community?
There are a lot of digital nomads in Bali. If you’re planning on making friends in Bali while you work and travel on this beautiful island, you could attend events organized by these coworking spaces. To find these events, you can follow their Facebook pages and check out the events planned in the upcoming days.
You could also join beach cleanups or join a gym to meet new people. Going to the same places often or connecting with fellow nomads during activities are great ways to build your social network.
If you have any questions regarding your upcoming visit to Bali, you can join our Bali facebook group for digital nomads and remote workers.