With the rise in entrepreneurs, freelancers, aspiring business owners, and budding bloggers on the island, Bali coworking is booming. Boasting balmy climes, beautiful beaches, a thriving yoga scene, and networking opportunities, living in Bali has become pretty appealing. Fancy giving the digital nomad life a go? We’ve curated a list of the best Bali coworking spaces, from the jungle-enveloped Ubud coworking spaces to enviable workspaces footsteps from the coveted Canggu beaches.
Lucy Pearson | Updated 2023
6 of the Best Bali Coworking Spaces
The Bali coworking scene has exploded in popularity in the last decade.
From creatives coliving in Canggu to the upwardly mobile buying villas in Bali, living in Bali is an attractive prospect for start-up CEOs, digital nomads, long-term travelers, and creatives alike.
Where better to network and build your empire than a Bali coworking space?
Each coworking space Bali ex-pats can look forward to offers something really unique. Set up your laptop by the beach or overlooking the rice paddies, these are some of the best workspaces in Bali; bound to get your creative juices flowing.
Coworking Seminyak and Kuta
Coworking in Bali doesn’t get much better than working al fresco in the heart of Seminyak.
Grab a Flexidesk at the Biliq coworking space in Seminyak to crack on with some work. Then, enjoy the tropical air and dip your toes in the plunge pool during your lunch break.
Like most of the Bali coworking hubs, Biliq offers coliving options as well as its two premises in Seminyak and Kuta (Sunset Road).
Either of Biliq’s central locations means you can avoid the hectic Bali traffic, making it easy to enjoy a working holiday in Bali without missing out on any of the action.
You can enjoy the many fun things to do in Seminyak or Canggu after work or book dinner at a nearby restaurant. But, you’ll still make it home to your hotel in time to rest before the following work day.
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Hubud (currently closed)
Located in the heart of Ubud, a stone’s throw from the town’s famous Monkey Forest, is one of the original Bali coworking spaces, Hubud.
Hidden away from the hustle and bustle of the busy streets, Hubud is a coworking space Ubud ‘glomads’ love.
Nestled at the top of a staircase and opens up into a spacious and airy space boasting an outdoor area, a meeting room, and an on-site café that has ample Ubud vegan and vegetarian options, in keeping with Ubud’s foodie scene.
A place for both dreamers and doers, Hubud runs frequent talks, workshops, and brainstorms all year round, has weekly welcome brunches for new members, and regular social events.
They have an in-house Mac doctor for all your techy needs and also offer co-living experiences for anyone wanting a more gentle introduction to the digital nomad lifestyle.
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With a friendly community, Google-inspired offices, and a quiet location a short distance from Ubud’s center, is Bali coworking space Outpost.
More than just a co-working space, Outpost was created for those chasing a lifestyle design rather than a salary. They offer coliving options for those looking for Ubud accommodation too.
With everything from outdoor decking to standing desks and Skype rooms, this co-working space caters to everyone and offers unbeatable views of the Balinese jungle.
Fully ingrained in Bali’s ethical way of living, Outpost partner with a number of sustainable businesses, and encourage members to do the same.
Whether you simply want a space to co-work or are looking for all-inclusive co-living, Outpost will have the membership for you.
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With surf racks, a beach shack vibe, an outdoor pool, and scooter parking plenty, Canggu’s Dojo brilliantly aligns with the ethos of this hip surf town.
It’s a coworking space Canggu style. A two-story space a short walk or scoot from Canggu’s famous Echo Beach, Dojo Bali coworking is perfect for anyone that wants to fuse beachside living with entrepreneurial thinking.
As well as offering Skype booths and computer rental, Dojo also regularly hosts speaking events, think tanks, skill sharing, workshops, and art exhibitions for the community.
Catering for all manner of remote workers, Canggu coworking at Dojo offers flexibility with a range of rates, from hourly and daily drop-ins to longer-term memberships.
Zin Cafe Canggu is so well set up you don’t have to leave all day.
Enjoy a typical Canggu breakfast at the cafe, do a workout at the Zin gym, move to the rooftop for lunch and settle into this cool Canggu coworking space Zin@work, for a solid afternoon on the hustle.
You can even book a room at Zin and stay at the cute boutique hotel and feel like a real Canggu local.
Another coworking space Canggu offers digital nomads is Outpost.
Outpost Canggu coworking shares the same community-minded ethos as their Ubud coworking properties.
In the same way, guests can also become residents with Outpost coliving Canggu options to add on, beyond their regular memberships.
Outpost offers private meeting spaces, sitting or standing desks, and air-conditioned coworking spaces which is essential in Bali. They also give members discounts to local Canggu restaurants.
Another great benefit of Outpost is that your membership grants you access to all three of their locations, should you like to explore Ubud for a few days.
Finn’s Recreation Club
Finn’s Recreation Club is a very cool coworking space that forms part of the huge Finn’s entertainment precinct.
Only the best coworking spaces have water parks, gyms, and day beds onsite, right?
Don’t worry about distractions though, the Library Room promises a quiet coworking area during the day. Then, at the end of the day, use your Day Pass or Finn’s coworking membership to access the incredible amenities.
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With 24-hour access, a swimming pool, a shower room, and free coffee, this really is another coworking space in Bali with all the extra benefits.
Hire your workspace by the day, weekly, or work in Bali on a longer-term basis with a private office space.
Hub coworking in Legian is located in Sara Residence, an apartment-style hotel with a pool. So, it’s not surprising then that they have Legian coliving options available too.
As coworking spaces in Bali go, Genius could not look more like the ultimate antithesis of office working.
Why not set yourself up coworking on the beach?
Genius Café is located on Sanur’s endless stretch of beach, meaning you can listen to the sound of the waves lapping as you work.
Offering co-workers the perfect work/life balance, Genius brilliantly combines a creative place to work, alongside a healthy and nutritious environment, and offers everything from movie nights to salsa dancing in the sand.
With co-working memberships that are literally as cheap as chips, Genius is the ideal spot for would-be entrepreneurs who aren’t yet ready to spend a substantial amount on monthly co-working fees.
With plans to grow into a worldwide network of Entrepreneur Beach Clubs that offer guidance and inspiration for would-be business people, this simple and laid-back space is just the beginning.
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Cover Image with thanks to Dojo Bali
Lucy Pearson is a certified bookworm, wanderluster, and qualified yoga teacher with a thirst for adventure and a love for life.
Lucy has her own blog, The Literary Edit, and also contributes to Stylist Magazine and Hip and Healthy.