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BALI CoLiving & CoWorking

Coworking trip

Share living and working spaces with other professionals, exploring the surroundings outside of working hours.

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Update Covid-19 below⬇⬇⬇ Hi, I am Daniel,😃 I live in Linz, Austria but the last few years I have been traveling around the world🌏 I am enjoying my life as a Travel vlogger. And because I believe it is the best that can happen to anyone I want to inspire more people to join the movement 🌴 Starting with January, I want to live and work on my travel vlogs from Bali for 3 months. I found an amazing Villa with pool and 4 bedrooms and a Villa with 6 bedrooms.🌴 Here, we'll stay and discover this beautiful island and have a lot of fun together👌 This trip includes only a luxury villa and all my information about the island.🌴 *CORONA UPDATE* 03.12.2021 Can I visit Bali during the pandemic? In short: Yes, but you need a Visit Visa. Foreigners (from most countries) can still visit Indonesia. A mandatory 10x24 hours quarantine is set for fully vaccinated travelers (effective 3rd Dec, due to the new variant Omicron). You can arrive and do quarantine in Jakarta (JKT). 19 nationalities can arrive and also do quarantine in Bali (DPS), but flights are still difficult to get, because not many airlines decided to offer flights to Bali. We advise travelers to fly to Jakarta first and do quarantine there. Does it make sense to come to Bali under these conditions? Depends. Because of course you have to consider the additional cost with visa and quarantine, that can be USD 650 or more. And if you plan to come for 2 or 3 weeks, then 10 nights in quarantine is a lot of time to spend in a hotel room. Who is visiting Bali now? Most foreign visitors that choose to travel now to Bali, stay a few weeks or longer (visit visa is valid for 60 days and can be extended up to 180 days). Travelers come, because for example they choose to have a staycation, work remotely or are digital nomads. Some follow up on doing their business arrangements for meeting clients and partners or look for products to export and be manufactured. The normal holiday makers that come for 2-3 weeks are usually not yet ready to take all the hurdles. Who can visit Bali, Indonesia? Almost everyone. Except nationals from Afghanistan, Guinea, Israel, North Korea, Kamerun, Liberia, Nigeria, Somalia. They CANNOT apply for the needed Visit Visa at the moment. Do I need a Visa for traveling to Bali, Indonesia? Yes, EVERY foreign visitor needs a VISIT VISA to enter Indonesia. The Free Visa Entry is put on hold during the pandemic. What Visa do I need? Travelers need a valid Visit Visa (B211A). How do I get this Visa? You can apply online on Bali.com and get your e-visa. Who can arrive DIRECTLY? According to the latest update by the government, NATIONALS with following PASSPORTS can take flights directly to Bali. 1. Bahrain 2. China 3. France 4. Hungary 5. India 6. Italy 7. Japan 8. Kuwait 9. Liechtenstein 10. Norway 11. New Zealand 12.Poland 13. Portugal 14. Qatar 15. Saudi Arabia 16. South Korea 17. Spain 18. Sweden 19. UAE If you are not a national of these countries you CANNOT fly directly to Bali, and must enter Indonesia via Jakarta AND ALSO do the quarantine in Jakarta - even if you hold a KITAS or KITAP. Technically, other entry points for foreigners beside Bali and Jakarta are Batam (BTH) Batam and Tanjung Pinang (TNJ). But that would not be practical for travelers coming to Bali. I am NOT one of the nationals above, what is the best way to come to Bali? Simply get a ticket to Jakarta (which could be cheaper than Bali) and then follow the quarantine there in one of the appointed hotels. When the quarantine is completed you can take a DOMESTIC flight from Jakarta to Bali on the same day with one of the smaller airlines such as Citilink, Batik Air, Air Asia etc. Ticket price one way 50-150USD. Is there a mandatory Quarantine? Yes, the mandatory quarantine is for every traveler who enters Indonesia, and the duration is now reduced to 3x24h (2 or 3 nights depending on your time of arrival and time of PCR testing) for travelers who are fully vaccinated. Travelers with only one vaccination have to quarantine for 4nights (5 days) Where do I have to do the quarantine? If you manage to book a flight directly to Bali and are a national of the above mentioned countries, you can do the quarantine also now in Bali. In Bali, quarantine can be done in a selection of appointed hotels in Ubud, Nusa Dua, Sanur, and Kuta . If your country is not listed above, you cannot fly directly to Bali, you still have to go through Jakarta and do the quarantine in Jakarta Mandatory Quarantine Package: The package will include hotel room, 2 PCR tests (can be charged separately), airport transfer to hotel, 3 meals a day, some laundry items. What else do I need to consider to travel to Bali during the Pandemic? Upon arrival, visitors will get the first of two PCR tests at the airport (will be paid by the hotel). Second PCR will be done in the hotel the day before check-out. It could be that you have to wait for the test result at the airport, which could unfortunately take up to two hours. Proof of medical Travel insurance with a Covid medical coverage of minimum USD 100,000. In the event where RT-PCR test upon arrival showed a positive result, medical treatments on a isolation/health facilities based on the symptoms level will have to be taken by foreign citizens at their own expense Negative Covid-19 PCR taken maximum 72 hours before departure at origin country. Proof of booking and payment for mandatory quarantine accommodation upon arrival - will be provided by the hotel after you have completed your quarantine / repatriation package booking Register to PeduliLindungi App, proceed to fill your travel information on International e-HAC (Indonesia electronic health alert card app). How is the situation in Bali? The situation is overall well under control. The number of vaccinated citizens is above 80%. The government still applies a cautious approach and keeps Micro-Scale Social Restrictions (PPKM Regulations) in place, to mitigate the spread of Covid-19. Expect at times shorter operational hours on restaurants and attractions, also health protocols enforcement Wearing masks in Public is mandatory You need the PeduliLindungi App when visiting some venues and stores. The app is still getting ready to work also for foreigners properly
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Day 1-16

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Ubud

Day 1-16

This is the Villa with 6 bedrooms😁 We have a big pool and a place for working💪 Looks good?

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Day 16-31

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Ubud

Day 16-31

Also we can rent extra a motorbike for just 40-50 dollars per month.

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Daniel

23 years old

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Hi, I am Daniel,😃 I live in Linz, Austria but the last few years I have been traveling around the world🌏 I am enjoying my life as a Travel vlogger. And because I believe it is the best that can happen to anyone I want to inspire more people to join the movement 🌴 While staying on Langkawi, Malaysia I met Cristina and Dragos. We have been planning to start a little project together for a long while. 😁

Profile description: Hi, I am Daniel,😃 I live in Linz, Austria but the last few years I have been traveling around the world🌏 I am enjoying my life as a Travel vlogger. And because I believe it is the best that can happen to anyone I want to inspire more people to join the movement 🌴 While staying on Langkawi, Malaysia I met Cristina and Dragos. We have been planning to start a little project together for a long while. 😁

What is included

Accommodation
Apartments & Other
31 days trip
Ubud, Ubud
Transportation
Car
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