Whether it's from a beach in Bali or the mountains of Ecuador, places for remote work can be found almost anywhere. So if you are looking for an inspiring destination to do remote work from, here is a list of the craziest places to visit in your lifetime.
1. Budapest, Hungary
Budapest offers good Internet and free wifi everywhere. The high quality of life and affordable living, make it a prime choice for digital nomads.
2. Chiang Mai, Thailand
With a serious surge in internet speed and wifi, the cool city of Chiang Mai is the ideal place to remote work from. There are numerous co-working spaces and cultural activities here.
3. Taghazout, Morocco
Taghazout is an ideal destination for beach loving nomads. Many companies provide an option for staying and working with fellow entrepreneurs.
4. Austin, Texas
Though the public transportation is not very good and cost of living relatively high, Austin hosts a well-known festival for entrepreneurs. The South by Southwest festival has put this city on the map. Every year thousands of artists, musicians and entrepreneurs gather here.
The rich culture and the fast developing technology scene, makes Austin the ideal place to start business.
5. Playa del Carmen, Mexico
Internet speeds are reasonable but WiFi is not free in most places. However, Playa del Carmen offers amazing leisure and nightlife activities in return.
6. Ubud, Bali
Ubud allows you to work and stay in paradise on a budget.
Regarded as the culture capital of Bali, the high standard of living, combined with great cafes and street shops, makes Ubud a special place for digital nomads. Co-working places provide a wonderful platform to bring together creative minds.
7. Canary islands
With perfect weather, good infrastructure for networking, and affordable healthcare, this part of Spain is preferred by most expats.
The islands are easily accessible by most budget airlines from across Europe. From there, you can travel by ferry to visit the unique islands in the area.
For a longer stay, there are plenty of coworking spaces available in Gran Canaria or Santa Cruz.
8. Goa, India
Goa, not only enjoys a reputation for being the leading party spot of India, but is also an ideal place for remote work.
Cafes, with wonderful Portuguese decor, abound throughout the state. With espresso and sandwiches to keep you going, you can work for as long as you want.
9. Yerevan, Armenia
Armenia, is Asia's oldest country. The recent rise in digital technology, has made the streets and cafés a perfect place for working remotely.
Derek Merdinyan of Video Igniter said, “Armenia is on the map for our work abroad plans" in a recent article by Forbes. The low cost of living, cheap travel and a city full of UNESCO heritage sites makes it really worthwhile.
10. Quito, Ecuador
This South American city offers friendly locals, affordable rentals and similar time zones as the U.S.
The country operates on the American dollar, which will save you money on fluctuating rates.
A favorite of many expats for many reasons, Quito these days has transformed from the unstable political years of the past to a top destination for digital nomads.
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