Top Coworking Spaces in Jakarta

Co-Working-Space-Featured-ImageJakarta’s tech scene is booming and with it, the number of shared office spaces that cater to entrepreneurs and digital nomads of all sorts.

Whether you’re looking for a desk for the day, a week, or perhaps two years, this list will help you find the right co-working spot.

South Jakarta

1. Biline Space


Biline Space in the Prapanca area is fairly new. It has an open plan co-working space with private offices and meeting rooms.

Some perks are a gaming room, and apparently, bicycles for rent.

Price: From US$7.61 (day pass) to US$152.21 (monthly membership)
Address: Jl. Prapanca Raya No. 12/13
Open: Monday – Friday, 9am – 8pm; Saturday, 9am – 6pm



The BITS co-working space is associated with Monk’s Hill Ventures, an early-stage VC investing in Southeast Asian startups.

It’s located in the Senopati area, an upscale neighborhood with lots of restaurants and bars, popular with the tech crowd.

BITS houses designers, coders, and a couple of startups. It itself as as “cool place for cool people.”

Price: From US$228.31 (per month, flexible desk) to US$2283.11 (per month, 8-12 people private office)
Address: Jalan Tulodong Atas No. 28, 3rd floor, South Jakarta
Open: Monday – Saturday, 8am – 8pm

3. CoWorkInc


CoWorkInc is in Kemang, an area popular with foreigners living in Jakarta. The space is open to startups and all kinds of freelancers.

It has regular events for budding entrepreneurs and creative folks, with topics ranging from social entrepreneurship to photography.

Price: From US$3.81 (two hours) to US$228.31 (monthly membership)
Alamat: WIMO Building, 3rd floor. Jl. Kemang 1 No. 7
Open: Monday – Saturday, 9am – 9pm

4. Cre8


Located in Cilandak, South Jakarta, near the Siloam hospital on TB Simatupang, Cre8 lets you choose from a variety of membership plans.

It’s a full service spot that specializes in supporting startups. It offers business mentoring, virtual office assistance (like someone to answer your phone calls) and it lets you register a company to their address. Cre8 also has closed offices for teams that need more privacy, and an event space.

An extra benefit is its affiliation with sister co-working spaces in Manila and Kuala Lumpur. Some of the plans let you hop between desks in those cities; perfect if you travel a lot.

Price: From US$11.42 (day pass) to US$555.56 (60 days pass)
Address: Level 13-A, Metropolitan Tower R.A TB Simatupang Kav 14, Jl. R.A.Kartini, Cilandak
Open: Monday – Friday, 8am – 8pm

5. Conclave


Conclave in the Wijaya area is associated with Fenox Venture Capital – its GnB incubator program is housed there.

The handsome space has all the usual co-working facilities, plus an auditorium that can seat up to 125 people. It’s a popular spot for tech startup related events.

Conclave offers a range of membership deals, from hourly to yearly usage.

Price: From US$3.81 (per hour) to US$1902.59 (per year)
Address: Jl. Wijaya 1 No. 5C
Open: Daily, 8am to 10pm

6. EV Hive

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EV Hive is part of East Ventures, an early-stage VC that backs startups across Southeast Asia.

It has a large shared space and private offices for up to 10 people per room. It also sports an outdoor area. Like Conclave, EV Hive is a popular spot for startup related events.

Price: From US$11.42 (day pass) to US$152.21 (per month, flexible desk)
Address: Gedung Maja Lt. 2, Jl. Kyai Maja no. 39
Open: Monday – Friday, 9am – 6pm

7. Freeware Spaces


Freeware is based in Kemang, an area popular with foreigners in Jakarta. It’s a co-working space associated with venture capital firm Grupara – some of its portfolio startups work from there.

Freeware also often hosts startup events and BBQ sessions in its garden (they’re called ‘meat-ups’). It offers shared work stations and private rooms.

Price: From US$38.05 (per month, limited access) to US$102.74 (per month, shared desk)
Address: Jl. Bangka XII No. 4
Open: Monday – Friday, 8am – 8pm

8. Koléga


Koléga has a cozy spot in a laid-back neighborhood called Tebet. A few months ago it opened a second venue in Senopati, an area popular with the tech crowd.

Both Kolégas stand for a culture of collaboration, flexibility, and creativity. They speak to creative freelancers and students – especially the one in Tebet, an area which attracts a lot of young people with its shops and cafes. Koléga in Senopati might be better for tech startup folks who prefer a room to themselves, and require virtual office services.

Koléga Tebet
Price: From US$5.71 (3 hours)
Address: Jl. Tebet Raya No. 53D, Gedung Lima Tiga
Open: Every day from 9am – 9pm

Koléga Senopati
Price: From US$7.61 (3 hours)
Address: Jl. Suryo No. 50
Open: Every day from 9am – 9pm

9. TierSpace


TierSpace is another co-working spot in the Senopati neighborhood. It has an area with flexible desks, meeting rooms, an outdoor lounge, as well as private offices for two to five people. Among its tenants are event organizers, design studios, and tech startups.

Price: From US$2.28 (per hour) to US$243.53 (per month)
Address: Jl. Bakti No. 10
Open: Monday – Friday, 9am – 8pm; Saturday, 9am – 4pm

10. WorkOut


Workout is a simple co-working space in the Dharmawangsa area, a quiet part of town. It has flexible desk space, fixed cubicles in an open space, or small private offices for teams.

Plus points: It’s very affordable, and Jakarta’s best taco place is within walking distance.

Price: From US$38.05 (per month, flexible desk) to US$76.10 (per month, fixed cubicle)
Address: Jalan Panglima Polim Raya No. 16-17
Open: n/a

West Jakarta

11. Kedasi


This small co-working space opened at the beginning of the year and claims to be the first in West Jakarta. Kedasi is close to Binus and Trisakti Universitiy. In addition to a shared office space for 20 people, it also a private offices, a gaming room, an outdoor lounge, and free printing.

Price: From US$2.28 (hourly) to US$91.32 (monthly)
Address: Jl. Cempaka Atas no. 24, Jati Pulo, Tomang
Open: Monday – Friday, 9am – 8pm

Central Jakarta

12. CAV


Another VC-affiliated co-working space, CAV is part of CyberAgent Ventures’ presence in Indonesia. It has an open plan office and a meeting room.

It’s located in Slipi, the part of town lovingly referred to by locals as “Slipicon Valley.” Many larger startups have settled in this area.

Price: US$152.21 (per month)
Address: Dipo Tower, 11th Floor unit A, Jl. Gatot Subroto kav 51-52
Open: Monday – Friday, 9am – 6pm

13. Ciputra GEPI Incubator


Ciputra GEPI Incubator is part of the Global Entrepreneurship Program Indonesia (GEPI), supported by the Ciputra conglomerate.

Incubee startups work there for free, but the space is also open to co-workers not associated with the program. GEPI is also part of the Indonesian angel investor network Angin. The space hosts regular events for tech startups and social enterprises.

Besides the regular co-working facilities, GEPI’s monthly package also includes free mentorship sessions.

Price: US$114.16 per month
Address: DBS tower lt. 9, Ciputra World I Jl. Prof. Dr. Satrio Kav. 3-5
Open: Monday – Friday, 9am – 6pm

14. Rework


Rework in Central Jakarta’s Citylofts is associated with Convergence Ventures. It’s a stylish, small place that fits up to 30 people.

It has flexible desks, fixed desks, and private rooms for up to eight people.

Price: US$11.42 (day pass), US$152.21 (per month)
Address: Citylofts Sudirman, Jl. Kh. Mas Mansyur, Tanah Abang
Open: n/a

Extra: Invitation-only spaces

Some co-working spaces aren’t open to the public and require interested teams to apply.

15. Jakarta Digital Valley


Telkom, Indonesia’s state-owned telco, set up the Digital Valley space in Jakarta](, like the ones in Bandung and Yogyakarta.

Telkom runs its startup incubation and acceleration programs here, regularly accepting startups in batches. The startups then use the facilities for free.

JakDiva, as the location is colloquially known, often hosts startup events in the evenings that are open to the public.

Address: Menara Multimedia, Jl. Kebon Sirih No.10

16. Kejora


Kejora is part of Mountain SAE Ventures. The space houses the startups it has invested in or that participate in its accelerator program. Kejora co-founder Andy Zain is also the director of Jakarta Founder Institute. Entrepreneurs enrolled in the program also have access to the space.

Kejora is open to the public on demo days and other events.

Address: Barito Pacific Plaza Tower B, lt. 6, Jl. S. Parman, KAV 62-63, Slipi

Note: Opening hours refer to office hours with staff on site. Different hours may apply to regular tenants.
Converted from Indonesian rupiah. Rate: US$1 = IDR 13,137.50