If you work online, you are one of the lucky ones who are no longer part of the rat race; ever wondered why rush hour traffic is easing? Keep on reading to explore the cool destinations for digital nomads.
One reason is that many people now work from home, which is great for the planet and rather than working at home, many digital nomads decide to relocate to somewhere sunny where the cost of living is more affordable.
Here Are Some Of The Top Destinations For Online Workers
1. Phuket, Thailand
What’s not to love about the tropical paradise island of Phuket? Book a flight and a stay at Novotel Phuket resort and you can scope the area.
You’ll meet lots of young entrepreneurs who enjoy a millionaire lifestyle and there’s cheap, fast Internet, which means you can work wherever you happen to be.
2. Chiang Mai, Thailand
If you’re not a beach person, you can enjoy the mountainous northern region of Thailand, where life is simple and very cheap!
You might be thinking there’s no Internet in such a place; the good news is …. every square km of Thailand has web connectivity.
Rent a motorbike and enjoy the scenery and there are some cool co-working spaces where you can connect, plus see how the locals live and enjoy nature. Click here for some great locations in Thailand.
Another very popular destination for digital entrepreneurs, this Indonesian island has a charm all of its own and after the pandemic, prices are at an all-time low.
The world is opening up again and that means low prices, as businesses compete. Do some online research to discover the wonders of Bali, an island paradise with something for everyone; book a villa near the beach and spend your days sipping fruit smoothies and watching the world go by.
This unique country is high on the list for digital nomads and for good reason; great food and stable Internet (in some areas), plus living is cheap and the tropical climate is agreeable.
The beaches are awesome and that’s where most young travellers go, where prices are a little higher, but, hey, it is one of the most beautiful trip in the thailand!
The culture is colourful and the people welcome foreigners, similar to their Thai neighbours in many respects. Resilient to all, these people defeated the US military, which is a testament to their determination and dedication.
This stretch of Indian ocean coastline used to be a hippy haven in the 70s and today it is home to many western expats. There are still a few of the old hippies alive and they will tell you some amazing stories over a few cold beers.
The place has retained that laid-back ambience and the beaches are pristine; check out travel reviews for Goa, which might just be perfect for you.
All of the above have their pros and cons, it very much depends on what you are looking for; try Thailand first and you might find yourself hooked.
Wherever you choose, research first, create a shortlist and start with the top destination on your list.