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15 Best Coworking Spaces in Bali in 2023

Bali is without a doubt one of the most popular destinations in the world for digital nomads and remote workers. In fact, there are so many different coworking spaces in Bali that it can sometimes feel overwhelming trying to decide which one to pick. That’s why I’ve written this guide; to help you find the best coworking spot in Bali for you.

I’ve been a digital nomad for nearly 2 years now and I can confirm that Bali has some of the best coworking spaces that I’ve come across in the world.

There’s a particularly strong coworking culture here, not to mention all the beautiful places to visit and fun things to see and do during your downtime. Surfing, picturesque landscapes, volcanoes to hike, gorgeous beaches, mysterious ancient temples, delicious food – Bali has all this and heaps more to discover too.

15 Best Coworking Spaces in Bali

Here’s my pick of 15 of the best and coolest coworking spots in Bali. To make this guide as useful as possible, I’ve included a range of options at different price points and in different locations around the island.

One of the things that I like most about Bali is that it’s a very international place. In each of the following coworking spots, you’ll likely meet a diverse range of remote workers from all over the world.

See also: Where to stay in Bali

1. Outpost (Canggu)

If you’re looking for a coworking space in Bali, Outpost has 3 different locations, they also have one near Mirissa in Sri Lanka. I spent a month working from their Sri Lanka branch and it was fantastic.

Outpost Canggu is also excellent and offers a range of premium amenities (including a pool and garden) and some of the fastest, most reliable internet on the island. It’s a 10-minute walk from the beach and its huge high ceilings help to create an airy, inspiring atmosphere.

One of my favorite things about Outpost is the regular social and networking events they put on throughout the week. These include live music performances, BBQs, dance classes, movie nights, talks, and workshops on a wide range of topics.

Outpost Canggu also has co-living options available, making it even more convenient to live and work in paradise.

Address: Jl. Raya Semat, Tibubeneng, Kec. Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia. Click here for directions.

☞ SEE ALSO: Travel Guide to Candidasa, Bali

Membership Options and Costs

Day passes cost $15 USD, and monthly hotdesking memberships cost $195 USD (or $340 USD for 2 months) and give you unlimited access to all three of the Bali Outpost locations, your own locker, and 32 hours of private booth access.

Fixed desk memberships cost $232 USD/month (or $420 USD for 2 months) and give you a dedicated desk at your location of choice, as well as the ability to hot desk at the other two Bali locations if you wish.

Alternatively, you can buy packages in hours that can be used at any time within a month of purchasing. These cost $54 USD for 25 hours, $77 USD for 50 hours, or $135 USD for 100 hours per month.

Private offices start from $855 USD per month.

Amenities at Outpost

  • Extremely fast WiFi (200 Mbps)
  • Indoor and outdoor workspaces
  • Comfortable seating
  • Quiet zone for focused work/study
  • Standing desks
  • Phone booths and Skype rooms
  • Podcast rooms
  • Meeting rooms
  • Air-con
  • Printing and scanning facilities
  • A garden and decking areas
  • Chillout lounge
  • Free tea, coffee & drinking water
  • On-site cafe
  • Pool with sun loungers
  • Massages available on site
  • Co-living

Pros of Outpost

  • Some of the fastest WiFi of any coworking space in Bali
  • Loads of space
  • Light & airy interior
  • Several different types of workspace
  • Dedicated desks and private offices available
  • Pleasant ambiance with lots of greenery
  • Active community with regular events
  • Close to all of the main attractions of Canggu
  • Chilled out, friendly atmosphere
  • Backup power generators (very useful in the event of power cuts)

Cons of Outpost

  • Can get crowded during peak times
  • Relatively expensive
  • Limited availability of private offices

2. Tribal (Pererenan)

Tucked away in Pererenan, Tribal Bali is a modern “coworking hostel”. The upstairs accommodates a hostel (and a fairly luxurious one at that), and the downstairs functions as a coworking space.

Tribal is an ideal place for working backpackers and digital nomads to live, sleep, work, and have fun. It has a really positive, relaxed atmosphere and is a fantastic spot to meet other online entrepreneurs, freelancers, and remote workers from all over the world.

I particularly like that there’s no entrance fee here (see below). All you need to do is buy some food or a drink and you’re in. Click here to check out the sleeping facilities at Tribal.

Address: Gg. Tribal Jl. Pantai Pererenan, Pererenan, Kec. Mengwi, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80351, Indonesia. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

Tribal doesn’t charge any membership fees. Instead, you just need to buy some food or a drink in order to get 3 hours of free access to the space. After that, there’s a minimum spend of 100,000 IDR (about $6.50 USD) for a further 3 hours.

Alternatively, if you spend 200,000 IDR ($13 USD) you can stay all day.

If you’re staying at the on-site hostel, you get unlimited access to the coworking space without needing to pay anything extra.

Amenities at Tribal

  • Fast WiFi
  • Communal workspaces
  • Private work pods
  • Seated and standing desks
  • On-site cafe & cocktail bar
  • Lounge area
  • Beautiful infinity pool overlooking lush paddy fields
  • Pool table
  • Weekly social events
  • Co-living available

Pros of Tribal

  • Affordable (no membership fees – you just need to buy some food/drinks)
  • Modern, stylishly designed space
  • Plenty of seating
  • Relaxed, positive atmosphere
  • Yoga classes & wellness activities on-site
  • Focus on sustainability & community
  • Great coffee & cocktails
  • Peaceful, quiet location (which could be a pro or a con depending on your preferences)
  • Beautiful views of the surrounding rice paddies

Cons of Tribal

  • Limited space during peak times
  • Relatively remote location
  • No air-con

3. Kinship Studio (Canggu)

Kinship Studio in Canggu is a modern coworking space that’s located inside a former warehouse and clothing factory. If you’re an artist, a photographer, a potter, or work in another creative industry, you should definitely check this place out.

It provides an amazing range of facilities, including art and photography studios (one even has an infinity wall/cyclorama), and a ceramics workshop with several wheels and glazing equipment.

Many artists consider Kinship Studio to be the best place to cowork in Bali. However, even if you just work from a laptop, this is a very inspiring and fun place to work.

Address: Gg. Jalak VIB No.4, Tibubeneng, Kec. Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

Day passes cost 250,000 IDR ($16.50 USD). You can also buy packages of 25 hours for 800,000 IDR ($53 USD) or 50 hours for 1,100,000 IDR ($73 USD).

Monthly unlimited passes cost 2,200,000 IDR ($145 USD) for hot desking or 2,800,000 IDR ($185 USD) for a fixed desk.

Amenities at Kinship Studio

  • Photography studios & equipment
  • Art studios
  • Pottery workshop (with wheels & glazing buckets)
  • Shared tables for hot desking
  • Meeting rooms
  • Chillout zones
  • Kitchen with free tea & coffee

Pros of Kinship Studio

  • Amazing range of creative facilities
  • Inspiring and stylish interior
  • Attractive minimalist décor
  • Lots of natural light
  • Regular art classes, exhibitions & other events
  • Convenient location in central Canggu

Cons of Kinship Studio

  • Can get crowded during peak hours
  • Limited parking facilities

4. Co.op Coworking (Uluwatu)

Co.op Coworking is a small but well-equipped coworking space near the surfing paradise of Uluwatu.

Large floor-to-ceiling windows provide plenty of natural light and you can enjoy tasty coffee as well as a range of other drinks and snacks while you work.

Co.op takes the comfort and well-being of its members seriously. As well as their ergonomic chairs, you can borrow blue light filter glasses, leg raisers, and cushions to help keep you comfortable during long days behind a screen.

Address: Uluwatu St, Ungasan, Bali, Badung Regency, Bali 80361, Indonesia. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

Day passes cost 150,000 IDR ($10 USD), and include a free cup of coffee.

Week passes cost 750,000 IDR ($50 USD) and a monthly membership costs 2,000,000 IDR ($132 USD).

Amenities at Co.op Coworking

  • Soundproof booths for recording and calls
  • Blue light filter glasses, leg raisers & cushions available to borrow
  • Library
  • Air-con
  • Private offices available for hire
  • Monitors available for hire (monthly memberships only)
  • Printing & scanning facilities
  • Canteen with coffee, drinks & snacks
  • Library

Pros of Co.op Coworking

  • Comfortable ergonomic chairs
  • Relatively affordable
  • Regular social events
  • Big emphasis on comfort & wellness
  • Group meditation sessions
  • Pet-friendly
  • Members get a free coffee every day

Cons of Co.op Coworking

  • It’s fairly small so there’s a limited amount of space available
  • No fixed-desk membership
  • Private rooms are small & don’t have AC

5. Tropical Nomad (Canggu)

Located on the Canggu Shortcut, Tropical Nomad is a vibrant and social coworking hub that attracts a diverse range of solopreneurs and remote workers from all corners of the world.

It’s open 24 hours a day, making this one of the best coworking spots in Bali for digital nomads who need to work outside of normal office hours (e.g. if you’re working with people in North America or Europe).

The facilities are great; it’s spread over two floors, and there are several different working areas to suit your mood, requirements, and preferences. From the upper floor, you can enjoy peaceful views out over paddy fields.

Address: Jl. Subak Canggu No.2, Canggu, Kec. Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

Tropical Nomad is one of the only coworking spaces in Bali that offers free trials to new members on Saturdays and Sundays.

Day passes cost 180,000 IDR ($12 USD) on weekdays, or you can pay the same for an entire weekend (Saturday & Sunday).

For longer-term visitors, you can either buy an unlimited monthly hotdesking membership for 2,700,000 IDR ($178 USD), 50-hour packages for 1,000,000 IDR ($66), or 100 hours for 1,700,000 IDR ($112 USD).

Fixed desks cost 3,000,000 IDR ($198 USD) per month and they offer a “Night Owl” membership for 1,500,000 ($99 USD) per month for unlimited access between the hours of 5 pm – 7 am.

Amenities at Tropical Nomad

  • High-speed internet
  • Meeting rooms
  • Call booths
  • Mail handling services
  • Printing & scanning facilities
  • Air-con
  • Quiet zone upstairs for focused work
  • On-site cafe & restaurant
  • Showers (towels provided)
  • Podcasting studio
  • Surfboard rack

Pros of Tropical Nomad

  • Open 24/7
  • Range of flexible membership options
  • Lots of plants and other greenery
  • High ceilings
  • Plenty of different seating options
  • Great views from the upper balcony
  • Tranquil garden
  • Lively and social atmosphere
  • Convenient location in central Canggu
  • Regular networking events and workshops
  • Tasty smoothie bowls
  • Free trials for newbies (Saturday & Sunday only)

Cons of Tropical Nomad

  • Lack of ergonomic chairs
  • Can be noisy during peak hours

6. Livit Hub (Sanur)

Livit Hub in Sanur is located within a few minutes walk from the beautiful Pantai Karang beach. It’s a large, fun-loving coworking hub that’s open 24 hours per day.

For me, the stand-out feature of this place – other than the slide (move over, Google) – is the epic rooftop terrace with panoramic views of the area and out to sea. It has hammocks and lots of other places to sit and chill and is an incredible spot to watch the sunset from.

Address: Jl. Bumi Ayu Gg. Pungut Sari No.6, Sanur, Denpasar Selatan, Kota Denpasar, Bali 80228, Indonesia. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

You can get a day pass for 140,000 IDR ($9 USD) or a 10-day package for 1,275,000 IDR ($84 USD).

Monthly hotdesking memberships start from 2,250,000 IDR ($149 USD), or you can get a dedicated desk for 5,780,000 IDR ($382 USD) per month.

Amenities at Livit Hub

  • Ergonomic chairs
  • Meeting rooms with video conferencing facilities
  • Standing desks
  • Air-con
  • Excellent on-site cafe & restaurant
  • Free tea, coffee & water
  • Versatile events space
  • Lounge area with bean bags & hammocks
  • Parking
  • Co-living options
  • Laundry services

Pros of Livit Hub

  • Open 24/7
  • Lots of space & natural light
  • Various different styles of working spaces
  • Beautiful roof terrace
  • Delicious food
  • Relaxed & fun-loving atmosphere
  • Regular social events & workshops
  • Close to Pantai Karang beach
  • Good range of local amenities

Cons of Livit Hub

  • Can get noisy at times
  • No dedicated quiet area

7. Hub Bali (Legian)

Hub Bali is slightly unusual in that it’s set within a hotel. However, this means that members benefit from having access to a beautiful swimming pool and garden.

The coworking space is elegantly designed, with lots of wood and natural light. There’s indoor and outdoor seating plus all of the usual office facilities.

With accommodation onsite, you could easily live and work here and be very happy. The location is great too; it’s within easy walking distance of Legian’s cafes, bars, and restaurants.

Address: Jl. Nakula No.9, Legian, Kec. Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

Day passes cost 125,000 IDR ($8 USD), weekly passes cost 600,000 IDR ($40 USD), and month-long passes cost 1,200,000 IDR ($80 USD).

Private offices start from 5,000,000 IDR ($330 USD) per month.

Amenities at Hub Bali

  • Indoor & outdoor seating
  • Printing & scanning facilities
  • Meeting rooms with video conferencing setup
  • Skype booth
  • Free lockers
  • Monitors available to borrow
  • Private offices
  • Lounge area
  • On-site cafe
  • Swimming pool

Pros of Hub Bali

  • 24/7 access
  • It’s cheap
  • Comfortable workstations
  • Convenient location
  • Free coffee & snacks
  • Regular networking events
  • Hotel accommodation on site

Cons of Hub Bali

  • Can get noisy & crowded
  • Slightly soulless hotel atmosphere
  • Not the fastest WiFi

8. Genesis Creative Centre (Berawa)

As the name suggests, Genesis Creative Centre in Berawa is a coworking space that’s especially aimed at those working in creative industries.

It has a recording studio, photography rooms, art studios, galleries, and various exhibition spaces. If you’re an artist, podcaster, musician, photographer, producer, or any other type of content creator, this place is definitely worth considering.

Address: Jl. Pantai Berawa No.99, Tibubeneng, Kec. Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

Day passes cost 100,000 IDR ($6.50 USD). Monthly fixed desk memberships cost 1,500,000 IDR ($99 USD). Genesis doesn’t offer monthly hot desking.

Amenities at Genesis Creative Centre

  • Recording studio
  • Podcasting facilities
  • Photography rooms & equipment
  • Art studios
  • Technical support teams on hand
  • Galleries & exhibition spaces
  • Printing & copying facilities
  • Standing desks
  • Meeting rooms
  • Lounge area
  • Library
  • Outdoor terrace

Pros of Genesis Creative Centre

  • Superb range of creative facilities
  • Modern and stylish interiors
  • Dedicated spaces for various types of creative professionals
  • Comfortable ergonomic furniture
  • Regular workshops & exhibitions
  • Very inspiring space
  • Relatively affordable

Cons of Genesis Creative Centre

  • Limited availability of memberships (there’s often a waiting list)
  • Relatively small community compared to other coworking spaces
  • Only open 9 am – 7 pm, Monday – Saturday

9. BWork Bali (Berawa)

BWork Bali is a popular cafe and coworking space in Berawa. You can either work in the cafe for free or pay to use the coworking space.

There are several working areas, including quiet and collaborative zones, to suit different needs and preferences. I love the huge triple-height ceiling, the giant windows with light flooding in, the wood paneling, and the pool surrounded by lush greenery. It’s a really beautiful location to work from.

The icing on the cake is their rooftop open-air yoga studio – if stretching in gorgeous spaces is your thing, you’re sure to love it here.

Address: Jl. Nelayan No.9C, Canggu, Kec. Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

Day passes cost 280,000 IDR ($18.50 USD). It’s 390,000 IDR ($26 USD) for a weekend pass (Sat & Sun) or 1,500,000 IDR ($99 USD) for a monthly “Night Owl” package that allows you to access the space between 8 pm – 8 am, Mon–Sun.

Unlimited plans cost 2,220,000 ($145 USD) for 2 weeks or 3,550,000 ($235 USD) for a month. If you can get by on 100 hours per month, you can opt for a package that costs 2,440,000 IDR ($161 USD).

Amenities at BWork Bali

  • Standing desks
  • Monitors available to borrow
  • Call booths
  • Air-con
  • Meeting rooms
  • Lounge area
  • Library
  • On-site cafe
  • Pool
  • Rooftop yoga studio

Pros of BWork Bali

  • It’s a really beautiful space
  • Roof terrace with loungers
  • 24/7 access
  • Various different working areas
  • Fast internet
  • Regular events, lectures & seminars
  • Tasty food & great coffee
  • Free yoga & fitness classes for members
  • Convenient central location in Berawa

Cons of BWork Bali

  • It’s quite expensive
  • Limited availability of fixed desks
  • Can get busy

10. Colabo Coworking (Jimbaran)

Colabo Coworking in Jimbaran is one of the best coworking options near Bali’s main international airport. It’s a fairly small space, tucked away amidst lush greenery.

The decor is simple, and there are several indoor and outdoor places to work. The atmosphere is quietly focused, but the people are friendly.

If you want to be close to all the action, this might not be the best coworking choice for you. However, if you enjoy being surrounded by nature and are looking for a peaceful, quiet spot to get some work done, check this place out.

Address: Jl. Karang Mas, Jimbaran, Kec. Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

Day passes cost 150,000 IDR ($10 USD). You can buy a 7-day package (valid for 7 days in a 2-week period) for 600,000 IDR ($40 USD), or a 15-day package (valid for 15 days in a 30-day period) for 1,100,000 IDR ($73 USD).

1-month unlimited passes cost 2,000,000 IDR ($132 USD), and 3-month unlimited passes cost 5,000,000 ($331 USD).

Amenities at Colabo Coworking

  • Indoor and outdoor seating
  • Call booths
  • Meeting rooms
  • Printing facilities
  • Attractive garden
  • On-site cafe
  • Lounge area

Pros of Colabo Coworking

  • Free coffee & water
  • Regular social events including movie nights, talks & debates
  • Weekly yoga & fitness sessions
  • Tranquil setting
  • Engaged & friendly community
  • Close to some of Bali’s best surf breaks

Cons of Colabo Coworking

  • Quiet & remote location (which could be a pro or a con depending on your take)
  • It’s a fairly small place
  • Not much seating available

11. ZIN Cafe (Canggu)

ZIN Cafe is a trendy coworking spot in Canggu that’s very popular with digital nomads and other remote workers.

This spot has a really gorgeous aesthetic, with beautiful furniture, high ceilings, and lots of natural light. There’s an amazing open-air rooftop and bar and they serve excellent coffee, smoothie bowls, brunch plates, fresh juices, and other food and drink.

It’s also only 200 meters from Canggu Beach, meaning you can live the dream and go for a surf during your lunch break. ZIN opens at 7 am – I recommend getting there early to secure a spot.

Address: Jl. Nelayan No.78F, Canggu, Kec. Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali, Indonesia. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

ZIN Cafe is totally free to work from (as long as you buy something from time to time).

Amenities at ZIN Cafe

  • Fast WiFi
  • Several different work & chill-out areas spread across 4 floors
  • Comfortable furniture
  • Top-notch coffee & food
  • Lots of healthy food options
  • Indoor & outdoor seating
  • Air-conditioned “focus room”
  • In-house coffee roastery
  • Co-living on site

Pros of ZIN Cafe

  • It’s free
  • Beautiful interior design
  • Great coffee & food
  • Virtually all of the ingredients are locally sourced
  • Relaxed & social atmosphere
  • Convenient location near Canggu Beach
  • Enormous rooftop with great views
  • Cocktail bar

Cons of ZIN Cafe

  • Can get very busy (because it’s free)
  • Can sometimes be difficult to find a space
  • Not every table has a power outlet

12. GoWork (Kuta)

GoWork is one of the largest and best-known providers of coworking and office spaces in Indonesia. However, they only have one branch in Bali at present, and this is located in Kuta (not far from the airport).

It’s part of the Park23 Creative Hub complex and offers a professional coworking environment with excellent facilities. The space is modern and tastefully decorated, with comfortable furniture, floor-to-ceiling windows, and plenty of natural light.

Address: Park23 Bali Creative Hub, 3rd Floor, Jl. Kediri, Tuban, Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali 80361, Indonesia. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

Day passes start from 145,000 IDR ($9.50 USD). Unlike most other coworking spaces, GoWork also offers daily hot-desking in your own private office space, which starts from 290,000 IDR ($19 USD).

Monthly hot desking memberships start from 1,150,000 IDR ($76 USD), and dedicated desk memberships start from 2,750,000 IDR ($182 USD).

Amenities at GoWork

  • A range of different seating options
  • Lounge areas
  • Conference room
  • Private offices to rent
  • Phone booths
  • Printing facilities
  • Air-con
  • Plenty of parking

Pros of GoWork

  • Modern and professional work environment
  • Well-designed workspaces
  • Excellent office-style facilities
  • Light & airy interior
  • Lots of great (& cheap) food options nearby
  • Close to various other amenities in the neighboring mall
  • The location is less of a tourist trap than places like Canggu
  • Relatively affordable
  • Private office hot-desking available (as well as regular shared office hot-desking)

Cons of GoWork

  • Not the most “happening” area of Bali
  • The internet isn’t particularly fast
  • Some people have complained that the air-con is too cold

13. KE{M}BALI Innovation Hub (Seminyak)

KE{M}BALI Innovation Hub in Seminyak is a dynamic coworking space in Bali’s upmarket Seminyak district.

It’s popular with both local remote workers and international visitors and has less of a “Bali Bubble” atmosphere than many other spots on the island, which I really like.

The vibes are friendly and positive, the desks are comfortable, the WiFi is fast, and the coffee is great. All around, it’s a great place to settle in for some productivity.

Address: Jl. Sunset Road No.28, Seminyak, Kec. Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

Day passes cost 150,000 ($10 USD), while monthly memberships start from 2,400,000 ($160 USD).

Amenities at KE{M}BALI Innovation Hub

  • High-speed WiFi
  • Meeting rooms with video conferencing facilities
  • Lounge areas
  • Event space
  • Call booths
  • Focus room for silent work
  • Printing facilities
  • Air-con
  • On-site cafe
  • Shared kitchen
  • Lockers

Pros of KE{M}BALI Innovation Hub

  • Free tea, coffee & water
  • Light & airy
  • Lots of indoor & outdoor space
  • Diverse & friendly atmosphere
  • Convenient location in central Seminyak
  • Relatively affordable

Cons of KE{M}BALI Innovation Hub

  • Lack of ergonomic seating
  • Not the fastest internet

14. Beluna – House of Creatives (Ubud)

Beluna – House of Creatives in Ubud offers a unique coworking space with a focus on nurturing creative talents. It provides a serene and inspiring setting surrounded by Ubud’s lush and tropical greenery.

It’s an airy, open-plan space with beautiful views of the surrounding rice fields. This place is a little out of the way but is ideal if you’re looking for a quiet, peaceful spot to get things done.

Address: Jl. Subak Sok Wayah Jl. Raya Ubud, Ubud, Kecamatan Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

Day passes cost 150,000 IDR ($10 USD), or you can pay 80,000 IDR ($5 USD) for just 4 hours.

You can buy 25 hours per month for 650,000 IDR ($43 USD), 50 hours per month for 950,000 IDR ($63 USD), or an unlimited monthly membership for 2,200,000 IDR ($145 USD).

Amenities at Beluna – House of Creatives

  • Podcast recording studio
  • Hammocks & sofas
  • On-site cafe
  • Air-con
  • Indoor & outdoor workspaces
  • Terrace
  • Regular workshops & events

Pros of Beluna – House of Creatives

  • Tranquil & artistic ambiance
  • Peaceful & quiet space perfect for deep work and concentration
  • Inspiring atmosphere with lots of natural light & fresh air
  • Friendly & supportive community
  • Within walking distance from Ubud’s cultural attractions
  • Flexible membership options
  • 24/7 access for monthly members

Cons of Beluna – House of Creatives

  • Relatively remote location may not suit everyone
  • Not the best food (although I can recommend the smoothie bowls)

15. Biliq (Seminyak)

Last but certainly not least, Biliq is fairly unique. It offers access to its coworking space on a pay-per-minute basis, making it a great option for those looking for flexibility in terms of when and where they work.

If you’ve ever seen a photo of people working in Bali with their feet dangling in an ornamental pool and their laptops resting on little tables over the water, there’s a good chance it was taken here. It’s a sweet spot, check it out.

Address: Biliq Bali, Jl. Yudistira No.3A, Seminyak, Kec. Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

Pay-per-minute access costs 500 IDR/minute (just over $0.03 USD); it works out to around $2/hour.

Day passes cost 150,000 IDR ($10 USD). Unlimited monthly membership costs 1,900,000 IDR ($126 USD), or you can buy packages of 5 days for 650,000 ($43 USD) or 10 days for 1,200,000 ($79 USD).

Amenities at Biliq

  • Indoor & outdoor workspaces
  • Soundproof call booths
  • Meeting rooms
  • Standing desks
  • Nap rooms
  • Air-con
  • International power outlets
  • Free coffee & water
  • Co-living available

Pros of Biliq

  • Fast WiFi (100 Mbps)
  • Very flexible, pay-per-minute
  • Affordable
  • 24/7 access
  • Relaxed vibes
  • Friendly staff
  • Delicious coffee & smoothie bowls
  • Pet friendly

Cons of Biliq

  • Not particularly big
  • Can get crowded

Best Coworking Spaces in Bali: FAQs

Here are some answers to frequently asked questions about the best coworking spots in Bali:

What is coworking?

Coworking essentially means sharing a workplace with people you don’t work with. Most (although not all) people who use coworking spaces are self-employed and can be flexible about the location they choose to work from.

Are there free coworking spaces in Bali?

Yes, there are a few free coworking spaces in Bali, but not many. Zin Cafe is one of the best-known free ones.

What’s the best coworking space in Bali?

It’s quite hard to say what the best coworking space in Bali is. There are several excellent spots, each one is different, and it depends largely on your preferences. Three of my personal favorites are Outpost, Tribal, and Biliq.

How much does a coworking space cost in Bali?

Coworking spaces in Bali cost from as little as $6.50 USD for a day pass (although $10 is more typical) to upwards of $380 for a monthly fixed desk membership.

In Closing

Now you know about some of the best and most unique coworking spaces in Bali. As you can see, there are lots of great spots to choose from, each with its own unique set of pros and cons.

I hope this guide has helped you find a coworking space that’s perfect for your needs. If you’re not sure where to start, I recommend trying a day at each of Outpost, Tribal, and Biliq.

It’s good to try a few places out first before committing to any longer-term memberships. Have fun in Bali!

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