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Coworking, Coliving and Surfing in Java (Indonesia)

Coworking & Coliving in Java, Indonesia

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Coliving in Java

We currently don't have any coliving spaces in Java

If you happen to have an amazing property next to the surf where people can stay and get their work done in Java, you can apply now to start hosting remote workers through Coworksurf.

Here are our coliving spaces closest to Java:

Coworking & Coliving by the Surf in Canggu, Bali with Xia

(689 km)

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Hosted by Xia
4.7 from 156 reviews

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Coworking & Coliving by the surf in Siargao, Philippines with Per Kristian Soreide

(2699 km)

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Hosted by Per Kristian Soreide
5 from 5 reviews

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Coworking & Coliving next to the surf in Ahangama, Sri Lanka with Deniz T.

(3512 km)

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Hosted by Deniz T.
4.4 from 70 reviews

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Coworking in Java

Looking for coworking spaces in Java? Here is an overview:

Working Remotely in Java

Java is an island of huge cities, beautiful nature and intriguing culture, but also uncrowded and amazing surf.

The three most popular cities for working remotely in Java are:

Jakarta - The neverending urban sprawl metropolitan area of Jakarta is considered one of the most populated urban settlements globally.

Yogjakarta - Famous for being the cultural heart of Java. With mystical temples and a walkable old town. Some people would say this is the Chiangmai of Java before Chiangmai became the world's digital nomad capital.

Bandung - Known as the Paris of Java, Bandung is a vibrant cultural center and the third-largest city in Indonesia.

However, if you're going to Java to surf, these are just cities that you would want to pay a short visit to. The coast is where you want to stay.

Jakarta vulcanoe
Yogjakarta temple

Surfing in Java

While Java is the island of G-Land, considered one of the best waves in the world, it's so much more than that. From West to East Java. you have a wide range of everything from spectacular world-class surf spots to beginner-friendly breaks.

If you're a beginner, Batu Karas on the island's southern shore is a great option, as this is considered one of the best places to learn to surf in Indonesia.

For uncrowded spots, head towards Pacitan. It's a journey to get there, but that's what keeps crowds away, and it's definitely worth it.

Besides the world-famous G-Land, Panaitan island (on Java's western tip) is well worth a visit for advanced surfers thanks to its peeling left barrels over shallow reefs.

While the dry season from April to November is the time to visit for the biggest waves, there are still waves to be scored in the wet season.

Pacitan beach
Surfing in Java

Getting There

Fly into Jakarta to reach the island's western parts. For the eastern and middle part, catch a connecting flight to Yogjakarta. Shuttle, car rental, scooter rental, or public transport will take you to the coast.

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