Saying what are the best place to work remotely is necessarily a subjective choice. However, there are some requirements digital nomads and remote workers looking for before choosing their next destinations, such as good infrastructures and internet connection. But also, activities to do around, the culture and landscape to discover.
- Chiang Mai, Thailand
Chiang Mai is one of the most popular Thai destination of digital nomads, and maybe in the world. Located in northern Thailand, surrounded by mountains, Chiang Mai attracts a lot of remote workers as this place is inexpensive, beautiful, easy to navigate and has plenty of coworking spaces.
Best place to work in Chiang Mai :
Punspace Tha Phae Gate is situated in the old city part of Chiang Mai close to many cultural landmarks, but also good food and drinks. Burkta Coffee downstairs serves coffee to energize you all day and Makerspace next door provides access to tools and machines for making your own products. Moreover, the members can switch between two locations with 1 membership.
2. Sámara, Costa Rica
Nicknamed “ The black hole of happiness ”, Sámara charms many travelers with its unique vibe and its authenticity. This is the perfect place to discover the costa rican culture. Located on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica, this very accessible seaside town delights surfers, nature-lovers and anyone pursuing a blissful work-life balance.
Best place to work in Samara :
Locoworking is a coworking and community space in Costa Rica that offers an inspirational environment to share ideas, stimulate creativity and improve productivity. Moreover, this place gathers digital nomads, entrepreneurs, remote workers, freelancers, travellers, artists, students, dreamers from Costa Rica and all over the world. And yes, it’s just a 3 minutes walk from the beach.
3. Biarritz, France
This city, on the southwestern France, doesn’t appears a lot on the internet like the top destination for digital nomads but it’s a shame. Biarritz has a lot to offer, starting with pretty good waves that will delight the surfers. The beach is gorgeous, the nightlife vibrant and there is a lot to discover around, like Spain which is 35km away.
Best place to work in Biarritz :
Surf Office has several coworking spaces, in Spain, Portugal but also in Biarritz. This coworking space offers mostly company retreat organization, but attracts as well remote working professionals in their local full equipped with comfy workspace, fast and reliable internet. This shared office is open 24/7. Also, they provide co-living options in a beach house that can fit 30 persons.
4. Taghazout, Morocco
Taghazout is a vibrant vibrant seaside Berber village in the north of Agadir, southern Morocco. This former fishing place now known as a surf spot was discovered by the hippies in the 70s. This is the perfect place to enjoy the authentic Moroccan spirit and culture, with all the infrastructures you need to work.
Best place to work in Taghazout :
Located on the second and third floor of the building, in Sun Desk you can enjoy an amazing ocean while working. This familial type coworking space can host 16 people, offers free coffee, high-speed internet, skype rooms and comfortable chairs. To gather the community of the digital nomads and remote workers, Sun Desk provides as well coliving options.
5. Buenos Aires, Argentina
Buenos Aires is a popular digital nomad destinations in Latin America, for those who want to work in a vibrant big city. Remote workers will definitely enjoy their time here, as Buenos Aires has plenty of coworking hubs, really good restaurants, electric nightlife. It’s not an exotic destination, but it worth it. At least to learn how to dance Tango.
Best place to work in Buenos Aires :
Manawa Coworking is ideally located on a quiet street right in the heart of Palermo Soho - one of the city’s trendiest neighborhoods. It provides a strong internet connection. The membership includes a personal locker, ping pong table, free coffee, multiple outdoor terraces. Also, the coworking community at Manawa is an awesome mix of people, locals, expats, economists, programmers, writers, designers.