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Free guide to living and making money in Bali

Free guide to living in BaliWhen I first posted this picture on Facebook my auntie said how she could imagine sitting in one of those deck chairs alongside her husband. If you live in Bali, and I don’t mean just visiting for a short holiday, you can do it everyday! Imagine having your own maid for just $100 a month to do your cleaning, washing and cooking, happy in the knowledge you are providing someone with a job.

Since I started this website, I have had various emails from people asking how they can live in Bali. Jobs for foreigners are pretty scarce here, so you need to get a little creative to earn a living.

I decided to put together a guide to some of the potential opportunities for foreigners to make a living here in Bali.

The guide covers:

– my story and how I make a living
– visas
– jobs for expats in Bali
– starting a business
– doing freelance work
– and more!

You can read more about the book here.

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7 Responses to Free guide to living and making money in Bali

  1. gary h. November 19, 2009 at 7:07 pm #

    I will be volunteering at a Hindu orphanage in Singaraja soon. Kindly let me know, SOMEONE, if there is a gym and acupuncturists in downtown Singaraja. Also, I do want to live with others, in close proximity to others, preferably Buddhist-type people. I’d like to find a small, quiet, simple apartment for rent WITH A KITCHEN SINCE I ENJOY COOKING. I can pay up to about us$200./month, Thank you kindly, Gary from Santa Cruz California

    • Mike November 30, 2009 at 7:24 pm #

      I noticed there was a new gym in Pemaron, which is just outside of Singaraja on the beach. You should be able to get a nice place on your budget. Just ask around. A kos, kind of like a boarding house is another option and should be very cheap.

      I have seen some places that offer acupunture, but have no experience with it. If you need help finding accommodation, feel free to shoot me an email.

  2. Destination Wedding Photographer, Amanda November 30, 2009 at 9:40 am #

    I’m seriously considering a Bali stint. I think I’d be ok money wise ( I do wedding photography + I design websites on the side ).

    I’m going to read more of your posts and then I might be the E-book. Thanks again.

    Amanda

    • Mike November 30, 2009 at 7:21 pm #

      My ebook is free to download.

  3. de February 5, 2010 at 2:24 pm #

    Mike

    I presently work and live in Australia and will be making my 2nd trip back to Bali 25th April for a week.
    I am trying to get as much info as possible about living and working in Bali – i have printed out your book and will read this week.
    I am a single female and my profession is senior procees designer – which i dont think will have much calling for over there but i have used many different cad packages and have trained many.
    I suppose i am really looking at doing interior design/decorating and was wondering your thoughts on what could be available for me.
    i more so enjoy having a drink with someone and talking face to face – maybe a meet in April

    Ta
    De

    • Mike February 5, 2010 at 2:40 pm #

      I would suggest having a look through the Bali Expat forum for more info: http://balipod.com

      I am living in Lovina if you want to meet up when you are in Bali.

  4. sari February 7, 2011 at 10:22 pm #

    If there’s expat looking for maid in Bali, please contact me. Thank you

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