There's no need to eat, pray, love across three continents. You can do it all here, in Bali. Despite extensive tourist infrastructure and a party-hard reputation, Bali offers a diverse span of locations dependent on your needs, all within a short drive of one another. Bali remains as inexpensive or as luxurious as you desire. Renting a room is a shoestring option and fully-serviced condos are available for those craving the high life.
Kuta, the southernmost point, is heavily developed for partying and short-term tourism which slowly fades out the further north you go. Nomads looking for beach may prefer Seminyak or newly developing Canggu. Getaways to quiet Amed or ruggedly beautiful Nusa Penida are within a comfortable ride away and can be fit in on weekends.
Ubud is the preferred nomad haunt and is the spiritual capital of Bali. Endless yoga studios, cafes, and settled nomads keep Ubud fresh and fun. Though landlocked with diminished nightlife, Ubud remains the ideal spot to settle down. One of the cool things about Ubud is how many locals are working online. Support from coworking spaces like Hubud keeps the entrepreneurial dream alive for many locals and keeps the coworking scene grounded.