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Coworking, Coliving and Surfing in Uluwatu (Bali)

Coworking & Coliving in Uluwatu, Bali

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Coliving in Uluwatu

We currently don't have any coliving spaces in Uluwatu

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

Here are our coliving spaces closest to Uluwatu:

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

(26 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

(2407 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.

(4188 km)

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Hosted by Deniz T.
4.4 from 70 reviews

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Coworking in Uluwatu

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

Working Remotely in Uluwatu

On the hilly Bukit peninsula on the southern tip of Bali, you find the stunning world-famous surf destination Uluwatu.

Not as busy as the popular Canggu or Seminyak, Uluwatu is the perfect place to work remotely if you're looking for world-class surf and trendy and amazing restaurants, but a bit more relaxed pace.

As Uluwatu is spread out, the best way to get around here is a rental scooter. And you definitely want to be able to move around and take it all in.

Start your workday at one of the many hip cafés, and once you're ready for surf you'll cruise by some breathtaking views before descending to a spectacular white sand surf beach. Or if you just feel like chilling this evening, the Single Fin Beach Club is an amazing spot for having a drink and taking in the scenery of stunning surf, far from above.

Uluwatu View
Beach in Uluwatu

Surfing in Uluwatu

Uluwatu is world famous for surfing, from the perfect Uluwatu main peak Temples, to the friendly barrels of Bingin. Uluwatu offers consistent waves and stunning scenery.

Although most spots are intermediate to advanced there are also more beginner-friendly surf spots such as Baby Padang. However, to know where to go if you're a beginner surfer in Uluwatu, a surf school or surf guide is recommended.

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Surfing Temples

Getting There

It's about a one-hour drive from the airport in Bali to Uluwatu. The best way to get there is by taxi or using Gojek or Grab (the Indonesian versions of Uber).

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