In 2019, almost anyone can start their own business in the comfort of their own home. Freelancers are booming now more than ever with millennials seeking the unconventional lifestyle of traveling while working.
According to studies, Chiang Mai, Thailand is one of the cheapest countries in the world to be a digital nomad in. The food culture is flavorful and the wifi is quick – what’s not to love? One of the cheapest modes of transportation in Chiang Mai is a motorbike – so consider renting one out while embarking on your nomadic journey.
Punspace opened in 2013 and just recently just a few more branches. The garden office in Chiang Mai has a relaxing vibe to it so you can enjoy free cookies while sitting under a tree. It’s open 24/7 for members so make sure to be a member if you’re working US or European hours.
This unique coworking space isn’t just a place to work – you can also live here! The location is strategically located around local cafes and restaurants so you’ll be able to find everything you need in one place. The community is an engaging one that holds regular workshops and events. For a more social co-working and co-living space – check out Hub 53.
Code Space is a scene that’s catered more for locals with a few foreign digital nomads scattered around. If you’re seeking a quiet and clean space for 140 THB a day, add this place to your list.