Bali Coworking Spaces
Sometimes you just need a change of scenery to get your productivity on track. Bali is a hub for remote workers, and these Bali coworking spaces offer everything from zen koi pools to sound-proof Skype rooms. They’re perfect for those who want a peaceful place to work, but without all the distractions of an office or coffee shop.
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BWork Bali is a dynamic coworking space in Ubud that attracts remote workers from all over the world. The community is supportive and diverse, with daily seminars and coaching sessions. There are also networking events, and a garden cafe that serves freshly squeezed juices and artisanal coffee. Memberships start at pay-per-minute access, with day passes starting from 145,000 IDR ($9.50 USD).
The tropical nomad bali coworking space in Seminyak is a beautiful space with plenty of natural light and a koi pond. The space is fully equipped with a meeting room, printing services, and Skype booths, and members can enjoy unlimited hot desking and use of the event space. Private offices are available for those who need privacy.
Located in the heart of Bali’s cultural center, this coworking space is the perfect spot for digital nomads looking to connect with other remote workers and creatives. The space offers a variety of workspaces from secluded garden suites to large open-air lounge areas. The staff is always willing to help with anything from booking local tours to finding an Internet connection.
Kinship Studio is a collaborative workspace that’s designed for creatives, offering private studios, a coworking area and photography equipment rentals. Members have access to a range of workshops and events as well as a yoga class, and can take advantage of the pool table and lap pool when they need to blow off some steam.