Your Expat
Community in Bali

Connect with fellow expats in Bali
Join exciting events and groups
Get information in our Bali guides
Exchange tips about expat life in Bali
Ben F. Bagley
"The mututal support between InterNations members is really impressive. Glad to be part of it!"
Veronica Stinson
"Coming from Montreal/Canada, I was searching for a French-speaking housekeeper. Advice from other Bali expats helped me to find the right person."

Our Network of Expatriates in Bali Welcomes You!

Selamat siang and welcome to our expat community in Bali! As part of our private network of expats you can get to know like-minded members of the expat community as you make your big move to Bali. Our experienced and knowledgeable members are always happy to help with any questions or concerns you might have about relocating and living in Bali. You may want to ask them, "where is the best place to live in Ubud?", "is it possible to live on the beach and commute to a city?", or "what is the education system like in Bali?" Whatever your questions may be, our helpful and friendly network of expats in Bali is happy to share their tips and advice with you and help make your move that bit easier. Join InterNations and connect with fellow international people and get valuable information and tips. Interact in a casual way with other expats, get the answers you need, while building up relationships with like-minded people.

With InterNations, you never stand alone. Whether you move to another city or go on a business trip somewhere — our communities are there to make you feel at home wherever you are in the world. Feel free to also check out our other vibrant InterNations Communities like the ones in Beijing or Jeddah.

Join Our Exciting Events in Bali

Attend our monthly events and activities for Bali expatriates to get to know like-minded expatriates in real life.

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Find More Information in Our Bali Expat Guides

  • Moving to Bali

    Will you soon be moving to Bali to begin a new life on a peaceful tropical island? As tempting as it sounds, relocating to Bali — the spiritual land of temples — requires its fair share of preparation. InterNations gives you practical advice for Bali, from housing to healthcare.
  • Living in Bali

    For many expats, embracing the Balinese lifestyle means exchanging their life in a crowded city with cool winters for a tropical island where the sun always shines. InterNations helps you figure out what you need to know about living in Bali, from local culture to health tips and transportation.
  • Working in Bali

    If your heart is set on working in a country that promises a vacation feeling, you’ll feel right at home in Bali. However, working in Bali nevertheless requires some thorough preparation. InterNations provides a brief introduction, including job hunting and business culture.

Exchange Tips about living in Bali

Get trustworthy advice and local insights from fellow members in our Bali expat forums.

Start Your New Life as an Expat in Bali

When you think of Bali, you think of yoga. The island is synonymous with meditation and yoga retreats and attracts yoga fans to the island every year. It's not entirely surprising that they choose Bali; the island, which is part of Indonesia, is a beautiful tropical paradise and home to impeccable landscapes, such as volcanic mountains, rice paddies, white sandy beaches, and spectacular coral reefs. Its beachside city Kuta is a tourist hotspot, as are the resorts of Seminyak, Sanur, and Nusa. Expats move to Bali for the lifestyle, since employment is low and it can be difficult to find work. Many expats that leave to work in Bali may start their own business on the island or be involved in yoga or meditation. Bali today has everything you could need from modern living, with improved internet connections as well as the exoticism of constantly being right next to the beach. Whether you choose to live in the expat-friendly Ubud, great for yoga and cafes, or the resorts of South Bali, where the majority of people in Bali live, Bali offers a high quality of life. Bali scores highly with expats already living there for its ease of settling in, the friendliness of the people and the ease of finding friends. Expats are also largely satisfied with the options available for childcare and education, which is good, cheap, and widely available. The cost of living is one of the lowest, leaving expats with a large disposable income to spend on leisure activities and socializing.

InterNations is the largest global network for expatriates, with communities in 420 cities across the globe. Get to know fellow internationals in your city, before you're moving, or when traveling somewhere and never feel like a stranger. InterNations makes it easy for you to stay in touch with your expat friends, both online and offline, so you can grow your network of friends and contacts from all over the world. Whether they live in Shanghai or Hong Kong, InterNations allows you to be close to them even if they are miles away.

Your Network for Expats in Bali

All of our InterNations members have been approved before becoming a part of this private expat network, and so our expat communities are completely secure. This means you can interact safely and positively with other members, and even organize to meet up with these members outside of the website. We recommend joining up with like-minded expats through the organized groups in the InterNations Bali Community. From seeing more of the island with the Bali Explorers Group to making new friends at the Bali Dinner and Drinks Group, there are plenty of ways that you can meet up with fellow expats and learn new and interesting things.

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Ben F. Bagley
"The mututal support between InterNations members is really impressive. Glad to be part of it!"
Veronica Stinson
"Coming from Montreal/Canada, I was searching for a French-speaking housekeeper. Advice from other Bali expats helped me to find the right person."

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