How close-knit is the expat community in this area? How do I get involved with it?
There are many organizations for those interested in meeting others with similar interests or those from specific parts of the world. One of the most reliable ways to get the inside story on life in Indonesia is by talking with expatriates who live here.

This is a list of clubs that many expatriates join.
  • Bali Bulldogs Expat Football (Soccer) Social Team
  • AA/Al-Anon
  • Bali Comedy Club
  • Bali Geckos Australian Rules Football Club
  • Bali Geckos Cricket Club
  • Bali International Cricket Club
  • Hash House
  • Kuta Small Business Association
  • Nusa Dua Rotary Club Carlos Vinas
  • Sanur Residents - Community Project Group
  • Skal International - Professional Tourism Industry Association
  • Ubud Men's Support Group
  • Women's Life Drawing Group
For more information on any of the clubs above. visit their websites or contact Crown Bali.

Beside expat groups, what is the best way to make social connections outside of work?
Most expats socialize with neighbors, colleagues and friends. Many meet new people at the nearby country clubs or social clubs. Places of worship are other good places to meet people. Or, volunteering your time to an organization or charity event are great ways to meet people and get involved in the community at the same time.
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Are there any unique networking opportunities for accompanying partners?
Accompanying partners can often network through social clubs or through schools, if they have children. Or, they can volunteer their time to an organization or charity.
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