The 7 Best Coworking Spaces In Canggu, Bali

Looking for the best coworking spaces in Canggu, Bali? Canggu is rated as one of the best locations in the world to work as a digital nomad. Fast wi-fi, great coworking spaces, affordable accommodation, and countless restaurants. I spent one month working in Canggu and found the coworking spaces listed below to be the best ones in town.

1. TRIBAL

Tribal is my absolute favorite coworking space in Canggu. Tribal is located in the upcoming Perenenan area, around 10 minutes by scooter from the more central parts of Canggu. However, this coworking space is worth the commute! Tribal offers a relaxed atmosphere, away from the Bali bustle, with great wifi, delicious food, and a pool – and it’s free of charge.

  • Atmosphere: Calm, quiet, spacious, perfect for focusing.
  • Wifi speed: Great! Never a problem.
  • Entrance fee: No entrance fee! Purchasing a drink/coffee will get you 3 hours of access to the coworking space. After 3 hours they charge a minimum spend of 100k IDR. Buy lunch and you’re off the hook.
  • Food: Delicious breakfast and lunch options, 5/5. I can recommend the Thai summer salad or the falafel burger.
  • Air-condition: No air-con, but usually a nice breeze as the space has no walls.
  • Seats: Plenty of seats.
  • Pool: Yes!

Tribal is one of many coworking spaces in Canggu.

2. ZIN Café Bali

ZIN Café is another free coworking space in Canggu. This is one of the main coworking hubs in Canggu. It’s an open-air space spread out over four floors.

  • Atmosphere: Spacious, but a bit crowded.
  • Wifi speed: Great! Never a problem.
  • Entrance fee: No entrance fee!
  • Food: Great coffee, okay lunch. I give it 3/5.
  • Air-condition: There’s one air-conditioned focus room.
  • Seats: Plenty of seats.
  • Pool: No pool.

One out of many coworking areas at ZIN café.

3. BWork Bali

BWork in Canggu is located near the shortcut. You can work in the BWork Café for free, but if you want access to the workspace you have to enroll in one of their membership plans. If you do so, you become a part of their community and get access to not only their facilities with air-conditioned meeting rooms and focus rooms, but also lectures, yoga classes, and other events. A perfect way to meet other digital nomads!

  • Atmosphere: A bit crowded and loud in their café.
  • Wifi speed: Great! Never a problem.
  • Entrance fee: You can work in their café for free, but need to become a member to access all their facilities.
  • Food: Great coffee, okay lunch options. I give BWork 3/5.
  • Air-condition: Yes.
  • Seats: Not so many seats in the café, more in the workspace.
  • Pool: Pool open for members.

BWork is a popular coworking space in Bali.

4. Kinship Studio Bali

Kinship Studio is an artsy coworking space in Berawa. Similar to BWork, Kinship is only open to members. However, with their membership, you get to be a part of a creative community, with access to a ceramics studio and lots of fun events. How about a perfume workshop, members’ happy hour, or a pottery class?

  • Atmosphere: Relaxed
  • Wifi speed: Great! Never a problem.
  • Entrance fee: A day pass is 250 000 IDR. You can also purchase 25 hours per month (800K), 50 hours per month (1,1M), or a full monthly pass (2,2M).
  • Food: They have a café where you can buy coffee. If you want food I can recommend Koloni located just across the street.
  • Air-condition: Yes.
  • Seats: Enough seats for all members.
  • Pool: No pool.

The atmosphere at Kinship studio really boosts creativity.

5. Café Coach

Café Coach is a great coworking café located close to the shortcut. I love this place for their food, but also for their quiet atmosphere and comfortable seats. You can definitely focus and get your work done in here.

Every Thursday at 5 pm Café Coach offer life coaching on their upper floor. It’s free of charge, but you have to book in advance. You can see all their events and book here.

  • Atmosphere: Quiet and
  • Wifi speed: Great!
  • Entrance fee: No entrance fee, but get here early or it will be full.
  • Food: Delicious coffee and food!
  • Air-condition: Yes
  • Seats: Not that many – get here early.
  • Pool: No.

6. Outpost Coworking

During my time in Canggu, I stayed at Outpost Coliving and therefore got access to their coworking for free. Outpost is located near Berawa beach and creates a great community with members’ lunches, dinners, and weekend trips. I loved staying at Outpost and being a part of its community, it was a great way to meet other remote workers. However, their coworking space was a bit hectic which is why I tried different coworking spaces around Canggu.

PS! Outpost also offers coworking and coliving in Ubud. Outpost Ubud Penestanan was my best coliving and coworking experience in Bali.

  • Atmosphere: A bit hectic
  • Wifi speed: Great! Never a problem.
  • Entrance fee: They have different membership passes, starting from 49 $ for 25 hours per month, up to 210 $ for a monthly pass with a dedicated desk.
  • Food: They have a café where you can buy coffee. If you want food there are plenty of options nearby.
  • Air-condition: In some rooms.
  • Seats: Can be crowded.
  • Pool: A small pool.

The Outpost Coworking area.

7. Dojo Bali Coworking

Dojo Bali Coworking is a Canggu coworking space located near Echo beach. Just like Outpost, Dojo offer both coworking and coliving. Dojo is a members-only coworking space, and to access their facilities you need to enroll in one of their membership plans. When you do, you become a part of a thriving and collaborative community, with access to lots of workshops and networking events.

  • Atmosphere: Relaxed
  • Wifi speed: Great!
  • Entrance fee: They offer different membership plans, starting from 150 000 IDR for a day pass, up to 2 700 000 IDR for a monthly pass with unlimited access.
  • Food: Dojo has their own onsite café and kitchen available to members only. Nalu Bowls is a great nearby lunch restaurant.
  • Air-condition: In some rooms.
  • Seats: Can be crowded.
  • Pool: Yes.

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