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The best places on the planet for modern digital nomads

Today there are many places on different continents where you can live, work and, most importantly, earn money without leaving your laptop.

Due to the pandemic that began in 2020, the need for remote work has grown tenfold. Over 270 million users are now working remotely around the world. Here are some of the best places to work comfortably away from home.

Chiang Mai, Thailand

In the world of digital nomads, this place in northern Thailand has become a legend. Chiang Mai often ranks at the top of lists of the best for digital nomads. Chiang Mai is beautiful temples, green jungles, modern co-working spaces, lively night markets, convenient transportation, and unique Thai cuisine. The only negative, perhaps, is the poor air quality.

Canggu, Bali

Bali has always been a popular holiday destination, but in recent years it has gained a reputation as a near-perfect destination for digital nomads. In Nomad List’s Best Cities ranking, Canggu usually ranks at the top. The usual surfer community today comprises numerous co-working spaces, Instagram-worthy Australian-style cafés, and a vibrant community of digital nomads. All this led to a massive increase in popularity. In addition, Canggu remains an amazing place to surf during leisure hours.

Ubud, Bali

Despite being close to Canggu, Ubud has a distinct personality. The relaxed atmosphere offers all the amenities of a digital nomad, including co-working spaces, first-class cafes, and plenty of co-workers. Ubud is the place for those who prefer forests and yoga to beaches and surfing. World-class yoga studios, less crowding than Canggu, and spectacular waterfalls nearby are some of Ubud’s perks. Among the shortcomings, we note the remoteness from the beach, weak Wi-Fi outside of co-working spaces, and the lack of nightlife.

Bangkok, Thailand

Bangkok is sometimes not mentioned when it comes to the best places for digital nomads because Chiang Mai often comes out on top. Bangkok, however, is hard to beat even though it’s more expensive. Co-working spaces, large air-conditioned malls, inexpensive food stalls, and a state-of-the-art transportation system are all easily accessible in the capital.

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Saigon, as the Vietnamese call it, is similar to Bangkok, although the atmosphere of Vietnam and Thailand is different. Saigon is much more modern than other regions of Vietnam because it is the country’s main financial center. Ho Chi Minh City is one of the best places for digital nomads who are just starting their journey because everything is cheap in Vietnam in general. The city is full of co-working spaces, and a lot of foreigners and there is always enough inexpensive, delicious food. And in Vietnam, the cult of real coffee.

Buenos Aires, Argentina

One of the best places for digital nomads looking to swap Southeast Asian beaches for a Latin American flair in Buenos Aires. The city is culturally diverse, influenced by European, North American, and Latin American influences. Buenos Aires has exciting nightlife, hot football matches, endless tango, and just the perfect climate.

Budapest, Hungary

Budapest has all the splendor, culture, and charm of a European city, but is not as expensive. The Danube divides the city in two, both geographically and culturally. On one side is the mountainous, old part of the city. The modern side of Budapest is on the other side. Budapest is one of the best destinations for digital nomads, but if a thriving food culture and nightlife aren’t enough arguments, maybe warm baths will do the trick. More than 120 hot springs live up to their nickname “City of Baths”.

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