The Top 4 Coworking Spaces in Jakarta for Entrepreneurs and Freelancers

Inside the Best Coworking Spaces in Jakarta

South East Asia is rapidly growing as one of the major digital nomad hotspots in the world, and the scene you can be part of whilst coworking in Jakarta proves this point. You’re not going to be short of spots and you’ll also be thankful for a break from the hustle and bustle of this wild metropolis. If you’re looking to cowork in Indonesia, Jakarta (being the capital) is likely your best bet with over 75% of the nations hubs based there. Coworking spaces in Jakarta are a newer scene but Bali is going to be your second best choice.

While Jakarta isn’t the digital nomad hotspot like Chiang Mai, it still has a booming scene worth checking out.


JustCo is a major player in the coworking world and has now expanded into Indonesia from their base in Singapore. They know what makes a fantastic coworking space and have replicated this across the whole of SEA, with spots as far as South Korea and China. In Jakarta alone there are 3 JustCo hubs in central locations, AIA Central, The Plaza Office Tower, and The Sequis Tower. Perfect for businesses of all sizes.

Phone: +62 21 80511500

Hours of Operation: 8:30am to 6pm, daily.

Cost: From $52 / month and up.

JustCo coworking space in Jakarta


Previously known as EV Hive and COCOWORK (now you see where they got the name from. Right?), this is one of the largest coworking spots in Jakarta. You’ll find that CoHive doesn’t just focus on communal working but also communal living. Keep an eye out for CoHive Marts and CoHiveX. As many as 25 different sites in Jakarta alone! Plus new sites in Bali and Yogyakarta (if you’re planning a trip to Borobodur).

Phone: +62 21 50820840

Hours of Operation: 9am to 8pm, daily.

Cost: $3.50 for a day pass, $70 monthly.

Location: APL Tower 25th Floor, Jl. Tj. Duren Timur 2, RT.12/RW.1, Tj. Duren Sel., Kec. Grogol petamburan, Kota Jakarta Barat, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 11470, Indonesia

CoHive coworking space, Jakarta


Arguably the most accessible of the coworking spots (and again, this is a chain – 11 in Jakarta and counting!), these are actually less typically office based and are more visible in the various malls. These make them popular with drop in, drop out workers rather than those looking to work on a semi-permanent basis. Plus, their location makes for great access to shopping and restaurants. Most of the GoWork setups have small bars where you can grab drinks quickly and conveniently.

Phone: +62 21 30006718

Hours of Operation: 9am to 6pm, daily.

Cost: $8.75 for a day pass, $70 monthly.

Location: Chubb Square, Jl. M.H. Thamrin No.10, RT.14/RW.20, Kb. Melati, Jakarta, Kota Jakarta Pusat, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 10230, Indonesia

GoWork Indonesian coworking space


Offers Free Beer. Thought it best we open with that, seeing as this is a Bodega article after all. Less informal though and you’ll likely need to sign up to a monthly contract to get a hold of the free beer, making it somewhat less free… WeWork come from successful ventures in New York and each of their setups (3 already in Jakarta) is finished beautifully and peaceful to work in.

Phone: +62 21 27899808

Hours of Operation: 9am to 6pm, daily.

Cost: $140 for a monthly pass.

Location: Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 21, Setiabudi, RT.10/RW.1, Karet Setia Budi, Kota Jakarta Selatan, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta Jakarta ID-JK, RT.10/RW.1, Kuningan, Karet, Setia Budi, South Jakarta City, Jakarta 12930, Indonesia

Places to Work in Jakarta

You’re not going to be short of options when coworking in Jakarta. More and more are opening all of the time, plus if you’re looking for something a little less formal, there are lots of great cafes in Jakarta which will welcome you with open arms and a hot steaming espresso to boot.

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