Digital nomads love Thailand, even if Thai immigration doesn’t always love them
With the amount of co-working spaces sprouting up across Bangkok it’s easy for Digital Nomads—those clever individuals who leverage technology in order to work remotely and live an independent and nomadic lifestyle—to buy a monthly membership and settle in. But working in the same place each day kind of defeats one of the greatest joys of being a digital nomad. However, even though there seems to be new cafes opening in Bangkok each day, almost all tempting passers by with free Wi-Fi, finding a great place to actually work is deceptively difficult.
With this in mind we’ve collected some of the best places where you can spend a few hours without having to listen to bad cover music, or risk people sticking their elbows in your face as they try to take the 50th photo of their latte. We’ve taken into account the boring practical stuff like decent internet, electrical outlets,…
Original published: 2017-10-22 14:00:47 Read the full Bangkok News here
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