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    The 11 Best Coworking Spaces Canggu Has to Offer

    Bali is a paradise and very popular with remote workers and digital nomads, and Canggu is a perfect place to make a temporary hub for nomads and remote workers.  With all of its Coworking spaces, Canggu offers something to fit everyone’s working atmosphere tastes, budget, and after work activities.  Unfortunately, understanding the options and Canggu coworking space is right for you can be overwhelming.

    A view of one of the many spaces in B-Work, one of the premiere coworking spaces in Bali

    Read on for this list of  the best Coworking spaces Canggu has to offer, detailing amenities, prices, perks, and locations, to help you maximize your work and play time on Bali

    Contents of Guide to the Coworking Spaces of Canggu

    Overview of the Bali Coworking Scene

    The Bali Coworking scene is bustling and one of the best options for working remotely in Southeast Asia – partly because Bali is a dream destination with great food, adventure, and beautiful landscapes around every corner, and partly because of the wide array of options for every remote worker type and personality.

    Whether you’re a fan of green hills and yoga (Ubud), the busy and chaotic cityscapes of Asia (and Denpasar), or (like me) surfing, sun, and the sea (Canggu), there is a Coworking option that fits your style.

    Beyond these pretty awesome factors, the cost of living is cheap, the work/life balance is more life than work, and once you get squatting in coffee shops there is a great list of local coworking spaces.  Canggu has the draw of being a hip surf town by day and a low key party spot by night.  If you’re aiming for the best of all worlds, Canggu is hard to beat.

    Why choose coworking spaces over cafes

    Though it would be easy to spend your entire “remote working time” in Canggu working from so many of the awesome Canggu coffee shops and restaurants, there are two reasons to switch to a coworking space:

    1. A conducive work environment – with strong wifi and a quiet atmosphere
    2. Eventually, you’ll annoy the restaurant and café owners, and the regular customers

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    Why Canggu Coworking spaces

    The best reasons to opt for Canggu Coworking spaces over Ubud, or Seminyak or elsewhere in the world are:

    1. Cheap: Canggu is cheaper than many other places, especially considering it is a hip beach town
    2. Small Town Feel: As busy and chaotic as it can seem at times, Canggu is quite small and faces will become familiar quickly
    3. Beachy Paradise: Close to a warm ocean with great surfing
    4. Food and Coffee: Plenty of great (& cheap) coffee shops and restaurants

    Google map of the Coworking Spaces Canggu Offers

    The Canggu Coworking Space List

    Zin Cafe and Coworking


    • Ground floor with restaurant and separate bamboo architecture workspace
    • Second floor with open and enclosed workspace
    • Rooftop with a view of the ocean
    • Plugs at every seat
    • Wifi available – network Zin Cafe, Password: zincanggu 
    • 4.4Mbps download speed, 4.6 upload speed
    • Good coffee
    • Full menu
    • 3 mins from Batu Bolong Beach on a

    A great coworking space located 3 minutes from Batu Bolong beach on the Batu Bolong side of Canggu

    Three floors of open coworking space in a restaurant and cafe style floor a quiet second floor with one small, enclosed air conditioned room, and a rooftop with ocean view round out this great coworking space.

    Plugs are located nearly everywhere. Though internet speed isn’t the fastest in Canggu, it is still adequate.


    The space is free to use, just order a coffee or something to eat at the restaurant with a full menu.

    Discover more info at or visit here (Google Maps link).

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    Kinship Studio

    An enclosed but spacious and well-airconditioned warehouse/industrial style coworking space with a chill atmosphere and welcoming vibe.

    Four large tables and couches with plenty of plugs accommodate plenty of open space nomads.

    Blazing-fast internet (42Mbps download, 80Mbps upload)

    Four large “studios” for rent accommodate meetings

    A small coffee shop at the entrance serves great coffee and tea.

    No food is available on site, but you can have Go-Jek bring it in.

    Discover more at

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    Outpost Canggu

    “A new a bright, modern space with a Balinese, beach-house vibe.” Outpost is an airy, spacious, and well-lit coworking space located above shops and restaurants and in the heart of the “other side” of Canggu.  A friendly vibe (where people actually talk from time to time), plenty of desks, skype booths, and cozy little nooks that are great for working on beanbags or…napping.

    Located on the opposite side of “the shortcut” as Dojo Bali, and closer to Berawa beach, Outpost provides quicker access to Berawa beach, Kuta, Seminyak, Legian, and more.  Outpost is also at the center of a burgeoning sector of hip new restaurants and shops in Canggu and next to one of my favorite Canggu gyms

    Bottom line: Outpost is a great coworking space in a convenient, and growing, area.

    Facilities and Amenities:

    • Air-conditioned Coworking space
    • Terrace for working
    • On-site barista and café
    • Multiple private offices available to book
    • Skype booth credit
    • High-speed internet
    • Access to members only events
    • Mailing address

    Coworking Space Membership Prices:

    • Monthly Unlimited: 2.7M IDR / ~$190 USD
    • 70 Hours Monthly: 1.625M IDR / ~$115 USD
    • 25 Hours Monthly: 680K IDR / ~$49 USD


    • Extravagant, private villa, 15 minute’s walk from the coworking space
    • Private bedrooms with private bathroom and desk
    • Air-conditioned living spaces
    • Communal kitchen
    • Central pool with a garden area for socializing

    Coliving Prices:

    • Daily: $63 USD
    • Weekly: $315 USD
    • 4 weeks: $945 USD
    • 12 weeks: $225

    Hours: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

    Location: Jl. Raya Semat No.1, Canggu, Tibubeneng

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    Tropical Nomad

    A newer Coworking space on peaceful, palm tree laden grounds.  Located in the middle of Canggu, between Batu Bolong beach and Berawa beach (the two main beaches in Canggu) this space gives you great access to anywhere in Canggu.  For the midday energy boost, the MVMT gym and yoga studio is right next door, after hours the Canggu bars of Pretty Poison, Black Cat, and so many others are on the other side of the building.

    The grounds and facilities are open, airy, modern, and full of light giving that quiet yet calming background atmosphere that is great for a solidly productive remote work session – making those beachside rum & coconuts at Sandbar later much more rewarding.


    • Mail service
    • Printer/scanner service
    • Discounts on nearby restaurants and gyms
    • Concierge
    • Lockers
    • Onsite Cafe


    • Monthly Unlimited: 3M IDR / ~$210
    • 100 Hours Monthly: 1.7M / ~$120
    • 50 Hours Monthly: 1M / ~$71
    • 25 Hours Monthly: 700K / ~$50
    • Daily: 180K / ~$13

    Hours: 24/7 coworking access

    Location: Jl. Subak Canggu No.2, Canggu

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    Finn’s Recreation Club Business Center

    Finn’s Beach Club is a robust compound with a gym, spa, water park, sports fields, and countless other amenities, and a coworking space is among them.

    Coworking spaces Canggu

    Best for long stayers, planning to be in Canggu longer than a year and would also like a gym membership.  At 910k IDR (~$64) per month, including gym membership, the annual membership is a steal.  This option is convenient if you’re already a fan of Finn’s rec club though it has a more corporate vibe than some of the hipper, edgier coworking spaces in Canggu.

    Facilities and Amenities:

    • High-speed internet
    • Air-conditioned workspace
    • Meeting rooms
    • Library
    • Gym
    • Lap Pool
    • Lockers
    • Events and talks


    • Monthly: 3.8M
    • Annual Membership: 910k / Month

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    Matra Coliving Space

     “3-star accommodations with a terrace” and plenty of space for Coworking.

    A luxurious coliving and coworking space set among the rice fields with rooftop views, 3km from Echo Beach and Batu Bolong Beach of Canggu.

    Facilities and Amenities:

    • Café
    • High-Speed Internet
    • Coworking space access 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
    • 24-hour meeting room free for members’ use
    • Scooter and bike rental
      • Daily 60k/day
      • Weekly 50k/day
      • Monthly 900k/month
    • Tour services available
      • Half day tours start from 350k
      • Full Day tour ( 8 hours ) start from 600k
    • Surf lessons available
    • 20% of Pranava Yoga, onsite yoga studio

    Coworking Space Prices:

    • Monthly: 900k IDR / ~$63
    • Weekly: 350k IDR / ~$25
    • Daily: 60k IDR / ~$5

    Coliving Spaces:

    • Private rooms with a balcony and a pool view
    • Some rooms have sitting areas, all rooms have desks

    Coliving Prices

    • 350K IDR Nightly
    • 7M IDR Monthly

    Location: No. 1, Br Pelambingan, Gang Rambutan, Tibubeneng, Kec. Kuta Utara, 3km from Echo Beach

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    Living Food Lab Coworking Space

    An artistic Coworking space tucked in the second floor of a restaurant that provides top quality, vegan food, and great coffee. The best part, it’s free to use!

    Facilities and Amenities:

    • Air-conditioned workspace
    • Strong Wifi
    • Classical music in the background

    Price: Free to use, as long as you’re enjoying some of their awesome food or coffee

    Hours: 7 AM to 7 PM

    Location: No 8, Canggu Square units 12-13, Jl. Pantai Berawa, Canggu

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    B Work Bali has emerged as arguably the most luxurious coworking space in Canggu, and possibly Bali. A large and lux coworking space features a full service cafe and metropolitan library style entryway cafe and chat friendly coworking space.

    Beyond the private access doors, you’ll find 3 additional levels of hotdesk coworking for quiet focused work, each with a different vibe, along with 10 reservable private conference booths (1 hour daily included with memberships) and a fully equipped recording studio with lighting and green screen.

    In addition to this already great setup, a rooftop open coworking space, with a view of the ocean and sea breeze to match, also has a yoga studio that offers free yoga classes daily.

    Finally, in the basement, B-Work finishes off with a fitness center equipped with weights and punching bag, so you can get in a workout and let off some steam between workouts.

    For more information, contact B-Work Bali directly or drop in for more details.

    Tribal – Coworking Space and Coliving

    Tribal has one of the coolest concepts that I’ve seen in a coworking space, and one that most nomads and remote workers will love – because Tribal doesn’t have a membership.

    Instead of paying for a membership, Tribal only asks that you purchase food and coffee to cover your stay.

    An initial purchase of food or drink gets you 3 free hours of cowork.

    After 3 hours, Tribal asks that you spend a minimum of 100,000 IDR (~$7) on food and drink.

    After 6 hours, Tribal asks that you spend a minimum of 200,000 IDR (~$14) on food and drink per person and then you’re welcome to work until your heart (or motivation) give out!

    If you’ve been to Canggu before and worked in any cafe, you know that this is what you would easily spend in a coworking space on food anyways, but this way you avoid the membership fees – making Tribal a perfect work spot for those short stays in Canggu – when you need a workspace to focus, but you won’t be around long enough to justify a membership.

    Aside from the cool “no membership” setup, Tribal offers an open-air coworking setup, as is common with the nicer cafes in Bali, a pool for quick dips between calls, and coliving (bunks and private) upstairs for rent. Coliving stays allow free use of the coworking space with no minimum spend.

    A message directly from the Tribal team:

    “Hello, There!
    To use the co-working space, we don’t charge a Membership Fee or Day Pass etc. We just ask that all Guests place a food/drink order on arrival, and then we have a minimum spend of 100k after 3 hours and 200k after 6 hours – which is roughly equal to buying some food and/or a couple of drinks. All of our Coworking Spaces are offered on a ‘first come, first served’ basis, so we recommend you get down here early if you want to grab a good spot!

    Thank you!”

    Genesis Creative Centre

    Genius Creative Centre, located in Berawa Canggu, is a nice and cozy little coworking space (upstairs) and coffee shop (downstairs) with a separate video and podcast recording studio (upstairs, next to the coworking space).

    DOJO – Permanently Closed

    ConncoPermanently Closed

    What to keep in mind when picking a Coworking space


    • Is there sufficient air-conditioned space (if you need that)?
    • Are bathrooms and showers available?
    • Are conference rooms or meeting rooms available? Is there an extra charge?
    • Are skype booths available?  How much time do you get in the Skype booths per month?
    • Are there fun bits, like bean bags, a garden space, or pool, to mix up your work session?


    • What is the crowd like? Completely quiet and introverted (where you won’t meet anyone) or social?
    • How collaborative is the workspace?  Active announcements board? Skill sharing?


    • Are networking, social events, and training events provided multiple times per week?

    Food and Survival

    • Onsite coffee shop?
    • Onsite restaurant?  Boxed lunches, set meals, or full menu?
    • Are there nap spaces? (Don’t underestimate the value of these?!?!)

    Specifically for Canggu:

    • What side of the “shortcut” is the space on?
    • What discounts will membership at the Coworking space get you around Canggu – find out before purchasing yoga or gym memberships
    • Does the coworking space membership let you attend a partner space in Ubud for free?

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      Carlos is a nomad, slow traveler, and writer dedicated to helping others live abroad and travel better by using his 7+ years of experience living abroad and background as a management consultant and financial advisor to help other nomad and expats plot better paths for an international lifestyle. Click here to learn more about Carlos's story.