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I have not started my Digital Nomad Journey. Currently stuck in my hometown country of Singapore. Singapore is a clean city with a fast internet connection. The cost of living is high, but we are friendly people if you do decide to come here.
✨ Recommended destinations
This is an algorithmic recommendation based on @hzy17079's trips history to find places they haven't been to yet that other people with similar travels as them also went and liked.
Canggu is a great place to live. Im a remote worker and have lived here for most of COVID and then some. In total Im thinking something like 20 of the last 24 months! It is brilliantly priced for someone with a steady income who wants their money to go far. I spent about $3,000 USD living like a king with a prime location villa, private chef, the most expensive gym and spa membership, and eating out at least 10 times a week.⭐️ All 💵 Cost 📡 😀 Fun 👮 Safety 120Mbps×
Spent 4 months in Istanbul. Lovely city. Lots of things to do, cafes to work from, historical sites and nice parks. Might be chaotic at times but its part of its charm. Pros: Everything is really cheap from food, groceries, clothes, etc. The only unusually pricey thing is alcohol. Rent prices are skyrocketing too I found Turkish people to be really nice. Some of them went out the extra mile to help me out with mundane things. The tea culture and community feeling of every street is awesome too⭐️ All 💵 Cost 📡 😀 Fun 👮 Safety 212Mbps×
A good place for adventurous young types who enjoy their youth and want to date, meet other expats, etc. We didn’t enjoy it as a young family though. Streets are unbearable for a stroller and the cost of living isn’t that great if you want to live a proper lifestyle.⭐️ All 💵 Cost 📡 😀 Fun 👮 Safety 315Mbps×
They say you get what you pay for. After having traveled the previous 4 months in India, Cambodia, VietNam, Myanmar and Thailand, Singapore was so easy! The subway system is a marvel, streets signs were easy to read, everyone speaks English (that just makes it easy for me as an English speaker) it is safe, clean, and parks are gorgeous. I was there as COVID 19 was breaking out fairly fast and that put a damper on my time but I was so happy to be there anyway and plan to go back. For digital⭐️ All 💵 Cost 📡 😀 Fun 👮 Safety 497Mbps×
Koh Phangan has potential to become an awesome nomad hotspot. It's close, but it’s not quite there yet. I’ve spent 5 months here during the 2021 COVID-lockdown. Pros: - Stunning nature all around you - You can live right on the beach, or have a sick view from a hill - Can be very affordable - Laid back, Bali-like lifestyle - Low amount of traffic, very chill to drive around - Lots of yoga, gyms, muay thai, etc - Easy to explore other parts of Thailand (when there's no lockdown) - E-commerce⭐️ All 💵 Cost 📡 😀 Fun 👮 Safety 521Mbps×
The noise pollution here is insane. The prayer calls from the mosques seem to reverberate throughout Penang. Seems like they are competing for who can be the loudest. This really ruined Penang for me and I cut my time short.⭐️ All 💵 Cost 📡 😀 Fun 👮 Safety 619Mbps×
Let's make it short again: (1,5 years living experience in Da Nang) Da Nang is Chiang Mai with a Beach without the annoying nomad scenes. -Most foreigners are English teachers or retired Australians. If you don't like it, mix up with locals. 90% of my friends are Vietnamese. -Be careful with Constructions at the Beach Side. If you want a quiet life go to Son Tra. If you want more Action go to An Thuong Area. If you want local experience go behind the bridge - Nightlife growing and enough Opti⭐️ All 💵 Cost 📡 😀 Fun 👮 Safety 714Mbps×
Chiang Mai used to be N.1 for the digital nomad life. It is still great and you can find really cheap apartments (300-400$) and restaurants (2-3$ for a main). Wouldn't recommend staying there during the burning season. The best area is Nimman, but it's also the most expensive. You can stay in the old city that's very nice but that gets noisy during the weekend for the night markets. Last but not least, very safe city. All in all would go back in a heartbeat.⭐️ All 💵 Cost 📡 😀 Fun 👮 Safety 828Mbps×
Been living here in Buenos Aires for almost three years. Right now, it's (relatively) cheap. I mean, it isn't for the people who currently lives here but it's if you're a foreign, as the inflation keeps going on the peso isn't that worthy now. But, as I'm saying, if you come with dollars is going to make a huge difference. (3 years ago: 20 pesos= 1 USD. June 2020: 95 pesos= 1 USD. and if you're selling dollars in the informal market they will pay you $124. and with that you can buy two small⭐️ All 💵 Cost 📡 😀 Fun 👮 Safety 926Mbps×
Honestly, this is an awesome place to be if you're actually trying to get work done. It's a bit of an older vibe than Canggu, and there's certainly a big chunk of yogi's kicking around — but I liked it much better than Canggu and found it less pretentious. Plus, you can drive down there in 45mins whenever you want some beach or party vibes. As others mentioned, there's some great coworking spaces, cheap warungs, some really nice spots to stay cheaply if you go just outside of the mad tourist⭐️ All 💵 Cost 📡 😀 Fun 👮 Safety 1013Mbps×
Amazing city with plenty of history and character! Have been here for a month and there are plenty of things to do to keep you occupied, away from work. It's super safe, the food is only OK (but super cheap), the nature/hiking is great (city surrounded by mountains) and nightlife isn't bad at the moment even though clubs still aren't open. Highly recommend it to other nomads.⭐️ All 💵 Cost 📡 😀 Fun 👮 Safety 1114Mbps×