The land of self-discovery, Bali acts like a vortex for creatives, pulling in freelancers and entrepreneurs from every corner of the globe in search of a peaceful, natural setting in which to get their creative juices flowing. A slew of cafés serving iced coconut cappuccinos and buddha bowls attract remote workers with strong WiFi connection and open-air, leafy surrounds. A must-try for those who intend on spending a longer chunk of time working in Bali - or who plan on moving there permanently - is Hubud, a bamboo-clad coworking space overlooking the rice paddies of Ubud. Once you've cranked out a few hours of work in the company of people brainstorming for their startups, attend one of Hubud's workshops that touch on topics as varied as health coaching and short filmmaking. It goes without saying that the main attraction of Bali lies in its natural beauty and affinity for self-discovery and healing, so take a class at The Yoga Barn or soak up the sunset on a surfboard to cap the day off.