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    The 7 Best Ubud Coworking Spaces to Work, Live, and Give

    For many people in Bali, whether they’re vacationers passing through that need to get some quick work done, business types on a two week trip through Asia (with a weekend to spare) or nomads making a living the digital universe, work needs to happen at some point.  When the time comes, one of the many Ubud coworking spaces available will perfectly fit your needs.

    Ubud Coworking Spaces
    The rooftop coworking space at the awesome Outpost Ubud

    Though the diverse and amazing café and restaurant scene is a comfy possibility for getting work done, many transplants, long stayers, and a coffee shop/restaurant owners frown on taking up a table for hours in this cluttered digital nomad scene on Bali.  On a more positive note, finding a dedicated, quiet space with AC, a good internet connection, and 8 hours without interruption (or having to move tables) can be a real productivity booster. After hours, being able to easily socialize with like-minded potential friends is a huge plus that’ll definitely make your time on Bali sweeter.

    Lucky for you, Bali, and specifically Ubud, offer a great array of coworking space options.  With so many great Ubud coworking space options, it can be difficult finding the one right for you…until now.

    Read on for our list of the 7 best coworking spaces in Ubud

    Contents of this Ubud Coworking Spaces List

    Overview of the Bali and Ubud Coworking Spaces

    For my first month on Bali, I reluctantly opted for a coworking space, but the productivity boost, the routine that resulted, and clear line between work and play (that can easily blur as a digital nomad) became much clearer.  The result made my time on the island better by being more productive at work, more enjoyable outside of work, and more mindful all around.  Because of this, if you’re coming to Bali with work goals, I highly recommend opting for a coworking space – thinking of that membership fee as an investment in productivity.

    So now that you’re sold on coworking spaces, while specifically should you pick an Ubud coworking space to park your laptop?

    Why is coworking in Ubud perfect for nomads, vacationers, and travelers

    Ubud and its coworking spaces offer three main benefits over Canggu and the nomad friendly workspaces on the rest of Bali

    1. Ubud’s hilly jungles backdrop with a more spiritual crowd offer a completely different, more chill vibe compared to the beachy surf town feel of Canggu and further south
    2. The Ubud coworking spaces are cheaper than elsewhere in Bali while maintaining a high standard for comfort, facilities, and service
    3. The atmosphere of the city is much quieter than in Canggu, Kuta, Seminyak, and further south

    Ultimately the Ubud coworking scene is affordable and comfortable with the backdrop of a tranquil village of locals and nomads/travelers that helps boost productivity, making it perfect to crunch out that project and meet your goals.

    What to look for in a good coworking space

    Wherever you go on Bali there will be plenty of coworking spaces to choose from.  To make sure you’re not locked into a month of coworking misery (by your standards) look at these factors to assess if the potential coworking space is right for you


    • 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?!?!)

    Now, let’s jump into the 7 best Ubud coworking spaces….

    Google Map of the Ubud coworking space options       

    Coworking Ubud: A List of Options

    (Click to jump to any coworking space that catches your eye)


    A robust and acclaimed coworking space near Ubud’s monkey forest, with a restaurant, great setup, a great sense of community, and coliving options to your productivity, fun, and growth in a tight, shared circle.

    The Ubud coworking space has a two-floor setup including a large, enclosed, air-conditioned ground floor and an open air balcony facing a river upstairs, and garden working spaces.  Meeting rooms and conference rooms are available  for booking

    Facilities and Amenities:

    • Large, air-conditioned workspace downstairs
    • Breezy, open-air workspace upstairs and balcony with river views
    • Pool
    • Garden space (suitable for working…or not)
    • Kitchen
    • Skype booths
    • Printing/Scanning facilities

    Outpost  Coworking Prices

    • Unlimited Month – $190 USD / 2.7M IDR
    • 70 Hrs / Month – $115 USD / 1.625M IDR
    • 25 hrs /Month – $49 USD / 680k IDR
    • Daily – $16 USD / 220k IDR
    • Unlimited (Night Owl – 5PM to 8 AM) – $110 / 1.5M IDR
    • Unlimited 3 Months – $545 / 7.2M IDR

    OUTPOST  Coliving:

    Outpost’s Ubud coworking spaces also offer coliving spaces that include an air-conditioned private room, ensuite bathroom, fast internet, and breakfast

    OUTPOST  Coliving Rates

    • Daily – $68 USD
    • Weekly – $339 USD
    • 4 Weeks – $1039 USD
    • 12 Weeks – $2751

    Hours: Access to workspaces 24 hours, 7 days a week

    Location: Jl. Raya Singakerta Jl. Raya Nyuh Kuning, MAS, Kecamatan Ubud


    An extremely well appointed coworking space in Ubud, with coliving options available, touted by Forbes and Lonely Planet as one of the 10 best coworking spaces on earth.  A beautiful bamboo architecture theme runs throughout this making for a beautiful aesthetic that adds to its location, situated close to Ubud’s monkey forest.

    Hubud also has a “Co-Giving” program, allowing members to volunteer and give back to the Balinese community through skill sharing and social impact projects with local businesses.

    If Ubud isn’t enough for you, membership also gives you access to the Dojo Bali coworking space in Canggu

    Facilities and Amenities:

    • Onsite restaurant with a full menu as well as vegetarian, vegan, andgluten-free options
      • Several event spaces and meetings rooms available for scheduling
      • Storage lockers available 24/7
      • Allotted Skype Booth Hours
      • Mail Service and Mailing Address
      • Printing Service


    • Unlimited Month: 2.9M IDR / ~$209 USD
    • 100 Hours / Month: 1.8M IDR / ~$128
    • 50 Hours / Month: 1.1M IDR / ~$78
    • 30 Hours / Month: 800k IDR / ~$57
    • Day Pass: 220k IDR / ~$16


    • Frequent networking events and workshops on an array of personal and professional development topics
    • Online community to network and collaborate

    Hours: 24 hours on weekdays, 9 AM to midnight on weekends


    Location: Jl. Monkey Forest No.88X, Ubud, Kecamatan Ubud

    Campus Ubud Creative Coworking

    A newer event space and coworking venue that is a much cheaper option among the other, more expensive Ubud coworking space options while still providing the function and comfort you need to work remotely

    Facilities and Amenities:

    • Air-conditioned working spaces
    • Catering option for meetings and events

    Events/Networking/Collaboration: This space is half event space, half coworking space (in spirit) providing workshops for professional and personal development


    • Monthly: 700k IDR / ~$50 USD
    • Weekly: 200k IDR / $15 USD
    • Daily: 70k IDR / ~$5

    Hours: **


    Location: Ubud, Kecamatan Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali

    Coliving: None available

    Roam Ubud Coworking and Coliving

    An upscale coliving space with ample coworking space so you can work, live, and socialize in a community of like-minded people in the comforts of luxurious details.

    Roam Ubud is a former boutique hotel converted into a coliving space with 24 well-appointed rooms, wrapped around a pool, topped with a rooftop café, communal kitchen, and yoga room, and interspersed with coworking spaces.  All rooms are private with private bathrooms, sitting areas, and a private patio area.

    Why Roam coliving and coworking?  Quite frankly, its more luxurious and guarantees a much higher standard, such as luxury kitchen utensils, extremely fast internet, and luxurious “boutique hotel” touches to your room.  Additionally, you’re guaranteed a community of neighbors that are not only on the same grind as you but have the same tastes as well.

    Facilities and Amenities:

    • Pool
    • Rooftop café
    • Communal kitchen, fully equipped
    • Yoga studio
    • Full coworking spaces

    Price: Prices start at ~$57 USD per night but lower to $50 per night with monthly stays or “Roam Credit”.  Coworking space included in price.

    Hours: Coworking spaces accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week


    Location: Jalan Raya Penestanan Kelod Ubud

    Events/Networking/Collaboration: Nightly talks, yoga, Capoeira, etc.

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    A coworking space created by scientists, for scientists, students, and entrepreneurs

    A two-story coworking space that provides a library, working spaces, and cozy reading spaces on the first floor and a second floor with three smaller rooms for meetings or private work along with a kitchen, lunch room, and terrace.

    Dedicated desks, private offices, and meeting rooms available for an additional fee

    Facilities and Amenities:

    • Library
    • Kitchen
    • Bathrooms
    • Terrace

    IGDORE Membership Price:

    • Monthly: 2.7M IDR
    • Weekly: 700k IDR
    • Daily: 150k IDR

    Hours: Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

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    Coliving: None available

    Location: Jl. Made Lebah No.12, Peliatan, Kecamatan Ubud

    The Onion Collective (Temple of Chill)

    A homestay, restaurant, and “passion lab” in Ubud that provides fiber optic internet, free coffee/tea, and an exceptional menu so that you can work continuously through the day (or night) at a very reasonable price.

    The homestay provides a handful of more traditional/low key accommodation options in close proximity to your workplace to help you stay in the groove

    Coliving/Homestay Prices:

    • Dorms start at $13 per night, available on AirBnB

    – Click here for a free $50 Airbnb credit –

    Facilities and Amenities:

    • Standing Desks
    • Onsite Restaurant

    Coworking Membership Prices:

    • Monthly: 1M IDR
    • Weekly: 300k IDR
    • Daily: 50k IDR ,

    Location: Jl. Raya Pengosekan Ubud, Ubud, Kecamatan Ubud

    Hustler’s Villa

    A low key villa that lives up to its name as a no-nonsense coworking space for hustling nomads and travelers.  Daily or monthly coworking space access is available for cheap, or all coworking amenities are available for villa guests.

    Facilities and Amenities:

    • Fast wifi
    • Breakfast included
    • Concierge – to make navigating Ubud and Bali much easier
    • Mailing Address
    • Onsite café and restaurant with 20% of food and drinks

    Coworking Membership Prices:

    • Monthly: 1.5M IDR
    • Daily: 100K IDR

    Coliving Prices:

    • Dorm: ~$21/Night
    • Private Room: ~$34/Night

    Hours: Coworking spaces available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week


    Events/Networking/Collaboration: Regular brunches, masterminds, and hot seat events

    Location: Jl. Raya Mawang No.98, Lodtunduh, Kecamatan Ubud

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