Digital Nomad? Best Coworking Spaces in Bali

Dec 16, 2021
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Consider yourself a bit of a digital nomad? Want to travel the world but also have work to do? Anywhere can be an office these days, but here are some of the best co-working spaces in Bali for when the real world catches up… just for a day.


Dojo - Canggu


Dojo is one cool co-working space. It boasts every creative type, from bloggers to app developers as well as artists and designers. It’s the community hub for the young and aspiring, looking to open their own businesses. It’s for the self-starter and self motivator. 


The space is a two-storey building. It has sound-proof Zoom booths to have private conversations and is equipped with air conditioning for those hot Bali days. The location is just shy of the famous Echo Beach so look out for some famous surfers on your daily commute.


GoWork - Kuta


GoWork is Indonesia’s leading co-working space with over 25 collaborative hubs around the country. And, being the biggest, it’s also one of the best. The spaces are fully equipped with the latest technology, fastest internet, and are the most tech savvy of the bunch. With state of the art conference rooms and a dedicated area for hot desking, you can settle in for a day or for months. Whatever you need.


The branch in Kuta is in the middle of the hustle and bustle that Bali is known for. It has all the amenities for you to complete your workday, but is also in a tropical paradise. That’s an absolute win!


Finn’s Rec Club - Canggu


Canggu’s famous Finn’s is home to a rec club which hosts a co-working space with all the bells and whistles. Not only an office space for you to set up in for the day, but it has a gym, a tennis court, and even a waterpark. There’s help and activities for the kids for when the deadlines get too much. 


Finn’s is kitted out with high speed WiFi, a library and huge spaces to hold seminars or conferences. It’s the most lush and corporate of the co-working spaces, but sometimes you need to suit up in order to bring home the bacon.


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