We asked a few Livit Hub members about their remote work experience and why do they live in Sanur and work from Bali and live in Sanur. Their stories are different, but the similarity is about the people of this town and the amiable atmosphere here. Here are more tips from our long-term members on specific spots to visit in Sanur.
Sisi is an Indonesian woman in tech who is currently a product owner for one of the startup residents of Livit Hub Bali. Sisi is well-traveled, having worked in Singapore and traveled across Europe. After a well-deserved sabbatical, she landed in Bali. When she visits Sanur to work with her team, she goes to the following places:
Shotgun Social is Sanur’s first beer garden, offering 16 draft beer options, one-of-a-kind signature cocktails, international cuisine, and New York-inspired pizzas. It’s a relaxed atmosphere with friendly bartenders and excellent live music on event nights. The perfect spot to invite your friends for that after-hour beer or cocktail!
Over the Moon Cafe
This is her go-to cafe to get some work done. They have delicious breakfast, lunch, and dinner options that give you that homely feeling. “The most popular café in Sanur. Its Meaty Baby Pork Ribs are the juiciest and most delicious in town. It’s Ramen, Grilled Chicken, and Pho Bo are to die for!”
This Italian beachfront restaurant and bar is the perfect place to catch up on some work while enjoying an oceanfront view. Be prepared to be tempted by the exquisite dishes coming from the kitchen! Hyatt Pizzeria is a 7-minute walk away from the beach and is surrounded by tropical gardens.
You’ll also find Sisi practicing her swing at Liga Tennis, a premium tennis and sports center. Liga Tennis and Sports Center features six tennis courts, a fitness club, a swimming pool and sauna, squash courts, a restaurant, and a sports cafe. It’s perfect for all your tennis and fitness needs!
The Livit Hub Bali Rooftop is available for spectacular sunsets, meditations, socializing, energizing work sessions, or a delicious smoothie with a view. This rooftop is unrivaled in Sanur, offering a 360° view of our small island town. You can even see two volcanoes and one of our neighboring islands on clear days. The Livit Hub Bali Rooftop is the best place to watch the sunset!
Beach Walk/Bike Path
Sanur has a good infrastructure for outdoor activities. Sanur Beach is notable for having a three-kilometer-long paved path parallel to the beach. Several restaurants, massage parlors, and bars are located along the route, where you can unwind and enjoy the seashore views.
Sanur Beach Harbor
Sanur Beach Harbor, one of Bali’s most stunning natural harbors, is known for its sparkling sea and spectacular views of two lighthouses. The busy port of Sanur Beach Harbor serves dozens of fast boat connections to two Bali islands, Nusa Penida and Lembongan Island.
Mertasari Beach is a beautiful beach for swimming due to its white sand and tranquil waters. The locals go kite flying in large numbers throughout July and August. It’s a fantastic activity to watch.
Many watersport activities are available along the beach, including a banana boat ride, stand-up paddleboarding, kayak hire, flying fish ride, and glass-bottom boats.
Riviera is an Italian restaurant and bar offering authentic Italian cuisine. This lovely, warm environment welcomes its customers like family, with friendly staff and fantastic food.
Riviera also provides various entertainment options, including a large pool table, quiz nights, TV screens, and a music stage, home to the famous Jazz Night and the fun Saturday Rock!
Sanur Beer Garden
Sanur Beer Garden boasts its own microbrewery providing an excellent variety of craft beers. This hidden gem is easy on the pocket and offers dine-in, curbside pickup, and delivery service options!
Silvia is Indonesian and Chinese by descent. She is a geek girl who rocks in illustration and design for a scaleup, working from one of the office spaces available at Livit Hub Bali. Silvia’s best decision was to move to Sanur and work from Bali. The beautiful beaches, great food, and friendly people make this an ideal place to live and work from Sanur.
Silvia’s favorite places in Sanur combine beautiful visual aesthetics and appealing decor with the best value for money!
She highly recommends these places to anyone looking for the best of both worlds:
This beach is her favorite because of the golden sand and the beautifully decorated cafes and hotels along the promenade. She particularly enjoys taking long walks through the alleys in the early morning or around 3 pm, when the sun creates a shadow effect, resulting in epic scenic views.
This is a local plant-based canteen run by the youth in the local area. They serve heavenly bread, ice cream, and a wide range of plant-based dishes.
She enjoys their cashew milk varieties and appreciates their sustainable manufacturing practice. When you return the bottles, they’ll reimburse you for the cost of each bottle.
Nata Oysters & Seafood
Silvia is in love with this new favorite spot. She appreciates that she can quickly get fresh, delicious oysters at a fair price nearby.
Baked garlic butter oysters are her personal favorite, and they also have mussels on the menu, which is her second choice.
Staycationing here is one of her favorite pastimes. The hotel room concept is modern Balinese-style, and she finds their design to be very classy and supportive of local cultural authenticity.
Even during the pandemic, the rooms were kept immaculately clean. The staff is pleasant, and the service is excellent.
Whether you’re looking for a laid-back place to relax with friends, somewhere to get some work done, or a place to watch the sunset, you’ll be able to find what you’re looking for in this charming town.
After a long day of work, there’s nothing better than grabbing a bite and a drink at one of Sanur’s many fabulous restaurants and bars.
So next time you’re in Sanur, be sure to check out some of these great spots!