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9

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 26 Aug6mo28 Feb '2028 Feb '20
26 Aug

Canggu, Bali

29ยฐC
Indonesia
 
 31 Jul25d25 Aug25 Aug
31 Jul

Da Nang

34ยฐC
Vietnam
 
 12 May3mo30 Jul30 Jul
12 May

Antalya

23ยฐC
Turkey
 10 May2d12 May12 May
10 May

Istanbul

21ยฐC
Turkey
 3 May7d10 May10 May
3 May

Hong Kong

China
 
 6 Mar2mo3 May3 May
6 Mar

Canggu, Bali

31ยฐC
Indonesia
 
 23 Jan1mo28 Feb28 Feb
23 Jan

Chiang Mai

30ยฐC
Thailand
 
 7 Jan16d23 Jan23 Jan
7 Jan

Bangkok

32ยฐC
Thailand
2013
 14 Aug '135yr9 Jul '189 Jul '18
14 Aug '13

Guangzhou

35ยฐC
China
2012
 3 Sep '1211mo11 Aug '1311 Aug '13
3 Sep '12

Shanghai

30ยฐC
China
1996
 12 May '9616yr10 Jun '1210 Jun '12
12 May '96

Antalya

23ยฐC
Turkey
1994
 4 Feb '942yr12 May '9612 May '96
4 Feb '94

Istanbul

10ยฐC
Turkey

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Canggu, mid '19


Canggu, early '19


๐ŸŒŽ Regions collected (2 of 9)

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๐Ÿšฉ Flags collected (5 of 247)

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๐ŸŒ Top countries

  • Turkey

    ๐ŸŽ’ Nomad Score 3.89/5
    4008 reviews
    ๐Ÿ’ต Cost great
    ๐Ÿ“ก Internet okay
    ๐Ÿ˜€ Fun okay
    ๐Ÿ‘ฎ Safety okay
    Tap to Open
    โ˜€๏ธ Feels 13° 55° 13° 55°AQI 36
    19yr
    $976 / mo
    11Mbps
  • China

    ๐ŸŽ’ Nomad Score 3.64/5
    35898 reviews
    ๐Ÿ’ต Cost great
    ๐Ÿ“ก Internet very bad
    ๐Ÿ˜€ Fun bad
    ๐Ÿ‘ฎ Safety good
    Tap to Open
    โ˜€๏ธ Feels 10° 50° 11° 51°AQI 66๐Ÿ˜ท
    6yr
    $1,360 / mo
    2Mbps
  • Indonesia

    ๐ŸŽ’ Nomad Score 3.73/5
    8228 reviews
    ๐Ÿ’ต Cost great
    ๐Ÿ“ก Internet bad
    ๐Ÿ˜€ Fun okay
    ๐Ÿ‘ฎ Safety good
    Tap to Open
    ๐ŸŒง Feels 48° 118° 32° 90°๐ŸฅตAQI 34
    5mo
    $998 / mo
    9Mbps
  • Thailand

    ๐ŸŽ’ Nomad Score 3.99/5
    6848 reviews
    ๐Ÿ’ต Cost good
    ๐Ÿ“ก Internet good
    ๐Ÿ˜€ Fun okay
    ๐Ÿ‘ฎ Safety good
    Tap to Open
    ๐ŸŒฅ Feels 31° 87° 28° 82°AQI 40
    2mo
    $1,507 / mo
    18Mbps
  • Vietnam

    ๐ŸŽ’ Nomad Score 3.96/5
    3634 reviews
    ๐Ÿ’ต Cost great
    ๐Ÿ“ก Internet bad
    ๐Ÿ˜€ Fun okay
    ๐Ÿ‘ฎ Safety okay
    Tap to Open
    ๐ŸŒฅ Feels 25° 77° 23° 73°AQI 34
    25d
    $989 / mo
    10Mbps
  • ๐Ÿ›ฌ Most visits

  • Istanbul

    As any other city, there are its pros and cons. Of course, it is not a village where everyone will be nice and smile at you if you expect this. Large cities are usually cold and people are quite disconnected. However, the beauty of the culture compliments everything. I suggest having a right intention when coming to Istanbul. If you're looking to make new friends, this is probably not your place to pick (as people are pretty cold), but if you want to enjoy your life, live in your own pace - go to islands to swim, see historical places, walk on your feet a lot, go to cool restaurants and very vivid coffee shops (the variety, is wow!!). As you enter your routine, people will follow and you will connect with some as well that it is not going to be lonely.

    ๐ŸŽ’ Nomad Score 4.39/5
    226 reviews
    ๐Ÿ’ต Cost good
    ๐Ÿ“ก Internet okay
    ๐Ÿ˜€ Fun good
    ๐Ÿ‘ฎ Safety okay
    Tap to Open
    โ˜€๏ธ Feels 12° 54° 12° 54°AQI 53๐Ÿ˜ท
    2x
    $1,558 / mo
    10Mbps
    ร—
  • Antalya

    Antalya is not that bad, but here are the problems: 1) Not much in terms of co-working options. Feels like there are just a few options there. I found one coworking space, but honestly doesn't feel like a nomad place 2) Too few people speak English. It's really a struggle to communicate. 3) Feels too slow sometimes 4) No ridesharing apps. Literally. The only option is to book traditional taxis. 5) Internet is slow, including Airbnb's 6) Mobile internet plans are expensive. Not worth it. 7) VPN is a must. Wikipedia is blocked, for example. On a flip side: 1) Airbnb's are cheap 2) Many options to go in the mountains, etc. Beautiful place. 3) Has a potential to grow Overall 3/5 I would say. Not bad, but there are better places for nomads.

    ๐ŸŽ’ Nomad Score 4.25/5
    197 reviews
    ๐Ÿ’ต Cost great
    ๐Ÿ“ก Internet okay
    ๐Ÿ˜€ Fun great
    ๐Ÿ‘ฎ Safety good
    Tap to Open
    โ˜€๏ธ Feels 18° 64° 18° 64°AQI 34
    2x
    $1,265 / mo
    11Mbps
    ร—
  • Canggu

    Personally I hated it. Being somewhat of a SEA vet, I found it crowded, over touristed, expensive and with too many annoying hipsters. You can't walk ten feet without a scooter blocking your path and a red eyed local going "Taxi?" Literally every ten feet in Semniyak. Canggu maybe isn't so bad, but still the traffic is annoying. The roads are super small and traffic is horrible. If you're into walking places, Canngu isn't for you. You'll get run over. So either drive a scooter or get used to dealing with the taxi mafia. There's a war between them and ride hailing apps at the moment. So when you call a grab, after he drops you off there's a chance he'll be beaten to death. But this is normal around the world at the moment, for less affluent countries anyway. Pros? It's beautiful. Lots of stuff to see and do. Unfortunately you'll be charged money for literally everything, including walking through rice paddies. The landscapes, the architecture. I know Bali is a big island with a lot to do. You can rent a villa for $1200 usd a month and live like a drug dealer with your own indoor swimming pool. So gather four nomads and have your own gated compound. Lots of nightlife, clubs, if you're into that stuff. I'm not. For parties I'd rather go to a beach place with hippies in Thailand. The local food is good, the tourist food is amazing if you're willing to pay western prices. But the quality is very high. Overall it's not an expensive place, but it can be. I know Bali is a huge island but I'm just referring to Canggu. It's just to westernized for me. Too crowded with westerners. But if you want to go meet nomads and do western priced fitness, meditation and yoga classes it's the place to be. Plus the beaches are super polluted. Argh. I couldn't wait to leave. I doubt I'll be back soon. But if I do I'm definitely renting a villa and learning to surf. Cool place to do business. But not a place I'd want to live for long. Maybe I'll give it another chance one day.

    ๐ŸŽ’ Nomad Score 4.65/5
    211 reviews
    ๐Ÿ’ต Cost great
    ๐Ÿ“ก Internet good
    ๐Ÿ˜€ Fun good
    ๐Ÿ‘ฎ Safety good
    Tap to Open
    ๐ŸŒง Feels 48° 118° 32° 90°๐ŸฅตAQI 34
    2x
    $1,410 / mo
    19Mbps
    ร—
  • Shanghai

    Shanghai is a giant city and your experience really depends on a few factors like: 1) where you live in the city 2) do you speak basic Mandarin 3) do you make nice money 4) do you have to use the internet If you can afford to live in Jing'an or the French Concession, you can live a fashionable metropolitan lifestyle like you would in New York City. There's amazing food (Asian, Western and fusion). You'll be surrounded by entrepreneurs, artists, fashion designers and models. Many of whom do speak English. It gets better if you speak basic Mandarin though. You don't need to care about the characters. Just learn to speak, that's important enough. The nice thing about Mandarin is China is so big everyone has an accent, so for Chinese it really doesn't matter so much that you have one too. Depending on how and what kind of money you make, your experience also changes. Like most places in Asia, English teachers are the lowest rank in the hierarchy of foreigners here. Chinese know. But if you're an entrepreneur, even (or especially) an online one, that's high regarded. The problem with working online here is obviously the firewall which can make it very difficult. I've heard good stories about Shadowsocks which seems to work better than regular VPNs. The recent China vs. America tensions are in fact making people slightly more hostile against Western foreigners. But remember this is Shanghai, it's a metropolitan city, they're usually much less xenophobic than out in the country. Mostly Shanghainese are happy to embrace foreigners, become friends with them, as long as they speak English. And as long as you invest a lot of time. Just popping in and out like a nomad isn't necessarily going to work so well with Chinese. Relationships are long-term.

    ๐ŸŽ’ Nomad Score 4.24/5
    210 reviews
    ๐Ÿ’ต Cost good
    ๐Ÿ“ก Internet very bad
    ๐Ÿ˜€ Fun great
    ๐Ÿ‘ฎ Safety good
    Tap to Open
    ๐ŸŒฅ Feels 10° 50° 11° 52°AQI 32
    1x
    $1,883 / mo
    2Mbps
    ร—
  • Guangzhou

    ๐ŸŽ’ Nomad Score 3.85/5
    185 reviews
    ๐Ÿ’ต Cost great
    ๐Ÿ“ก Internet very bad
    ๐Ÿ˜€ Fun good
    ๐Ÿ‘ฎ Safety good
    Tap to Open
    โ˜€๏ธ Feels 22° 72° 21° 70°AQI 67๐Ÿ˜ท
    1x
    $1,499 / mo
    2Mbps
    ร—
  • Bangkok

    Don't believe the prices on here for an apartment. 686 usd/month refers to an apartment in a high class condo, right in the city centre and seconds away from the BTS(train station). Just remember this, people working at supermarkets make 2 usd/per hour. If you want to live like a local, then you can save a lot of money. If you don't mind a 5-10 minute walk from the BTS, then you can easily get a one bedroom apartment for 300 USD per month, in a high class condo, plus with free golf cart service to the BTS station. I have literally gone to a restaurant to pay 8 USD for a meal, when the exact dish was available on the street for only 1 USD and tastes much better. I ate out everyday and went partying a couple of times a week, and my total monthly expenses was still under 1000 usd. TIPS -Gyms are fucking expensive in Thailand. Expect to pay at least 60 USD/month for the gym, which is crazy when you consider the average wage in Thailand is 15 usd/per day. -Vitamins and supplements cost double the price than what you would get at home. Thais do not take supplements. Maybe only foreigners and really rich Thais. People spending 1500 USD per month must be eating steak daily and hanging out at places meant for foreigners.

    ๐ŸŽ’ Nomad Score 4.79/5
    227 reviews
    ๐Ÿ’ต Cost good
    ๐Ÿ“ก Internet great
    ๐Ÿ˜€ Fun good
    ๐Ÿ‘ฎ Safety good
    Tap to Open
    โ˜€๏ธ Feels 32° 90° 30° 86°๐ŸฅตAQI 96๐Ÿ˜ท
    1x
    $1,615 / mo
    25Mbps
    ร—
  • Chiang Mai

    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.

    ๐ŸŽ’ Nomad Score 4.81/5
    220 reviews
    ๐Ÿ’ต Cost great
    ๐Ÿ“ก Internet great
    ๐Ÿ˜€ Fun good
    ๐Ÿ‘ฎ Safety good
    Tap to Open
    ๐ŸŒฅ Feels 27° 81° 26° 79°AQI 68๐Ÿ˜ท
    1x
    $1,162 / mo
    23Mbps
    ร—
  • Da Nang

    This is going to be a long review but hopefully it will be helpful. I understand this is my subjective experience after only a limited amount of time (1 week) in Da Nang and your mileage may vary. I could imagine some people really enjoying living here but for me it is not a great place to live and I decided to shorten my stay as a result. To start, some good things about Da Nang: It is a very cheap place to live and I think you get decent value too. There are many coffeeshops to work out of and if you search you can find some nice spots to eat, drink, and hang out. There are things to visit in the surrounding area. The city itself has an interesting vibe, like the rest of Vietnam it is very vibrant, but also is in an extreme period of transition and it shows. I have been living in the My An area of Da Nang (by the beach). I could imagine some people really enjoying living here but I personally do not like it here for a few reasons. To start, some good things about Da Nang: โ€” It is a very cheap place to live and I think you get decent value too. โ€” There are many coffee shops to work out of and if you search you can find some nice spots to eat, drink, and hang out. โ€” There are things to visit in the surrounding area. โ€” The city itself has an interesting vibe, like the rest of Vietnam it is very vibrant, but also is in an extreme period of transition and it shows. โ€” The traffic isnโ€™t so bad and roads are decent for the region. โ€” There is a decent expat scene and some nice people to hang out with, although this seems in isolation to the rest of the city. However, there are many negatives, Iโ€™ll just list the two main ones for brevity: โ€” You will feel like a walking wallet and people will try to rip you off everywhere. We had some majorly inconvenient and expensive issues with the visa process, experienced blatant lying and short changing by taxi drivers, ridiculously priced items at shops. In our neighborhood, tons of the restaurants have fake reviews and terrible food. Basically, you feel like you need to be on your guard or you will be taken advantage of, which makes it not very enjoyable to stay here. โ€” Rapid Development Pains. Because Da Nang is developing so fast, there are a lot of rough edges, as one could expect. Construction is everywhere and makes it hard to walk around. To add to this, crossing the street in any city of Vietnam is quite a stressful experience. Most of the ATMs in the city seem to not work. There are random power outages in our neighborhood. The area we live feels like a depressing mix of construction lots and tourist traps. To summarize: We had a very negative introduction to Da Nang, but after several days here, things did get a bit better. Compared to a place like Chiang Mai, it is a much harder place to live as a DN, but you also may be rewarded with a bit more authenticity. There is something fun about living in a place that is changing at such a rapid place, but many downsides as well. Personally, I would probably advise waiting several years before coming to Da Nang. Or if you do stay, trying to stay in neighborhoods by the main city rather than near the beach, which feels more like a tourist trap under construction.

    ๐ŸŽ’ Nomad Score 4.4/5
    202 reviews
    ๐Ÿ’ต Cost great
    ๐Ÿ“ก Internet good
    ๐Ÿ˜€ Fun okay
    ๐Ÿ‘ฎ Safety okay
    Tap to Open
    ๐ŸŒง Feels 25° 77° 23° 73°AQI 34
    1x
    $849 / mo
    15Mbps
    ร—
  • ๐Ÿ›Œ Most time spent

  • Antalya

    Antalya is not that bad, but here are the problems: 1) Not much in terms of co-working options. Feels like there are just a few options there. I found one coworking space, but honestly doesn't feel like a nomad place 2) Too few people speak English. It's really a struggle to communicate. 3) Feels too slow sometimes 4) No ridesharing apps. Literally. The only option is to book traditional taxis. 5) Internet is slow, including Airbnb's 6) Mobile internet plans are expensive. Not worth it. 7) VPN is a must. Wikipedia is blocked, for example. On a flip side: 1) Airbnb's are cheap 2) Many options to go in the mountains, etc. Beautiful place. 3) Has a potential to grow Overall 3/5 I would say. Not bad, but there are better places for nomads.

    ๐ŸŽ’ Nomad Score 4.25/5
    197 reviews
    ๐Ÿ’ต Cost great
    ๐Ÿ“ก Internet okay
    ๐Ÿ˜€ Fun great
    ๐Ÿ‘ฎ Safety good
    Tap to Open
    โ˜€๏ธ Feels 18° 64° 18° 64°AQI 34
    17yr
    $1,265 / mo
    11Mbps
    ร—
  • Guangzhou

    ๐ŸŽ’ Nomad Score 3.85/5
    185 reviews
    ๐Ÿ’ต Cost great
    ๐Ÿ“ก Internet very bad
    ๐Ÿ˜€ Fun good
    ๐Ÿ‘ฎ Safety good
    Tap to Open
    โ˜€๏ธ Feels 22° 72° 21° 70°AQI 67๐Ÿ˜ท
    5yr
    $1,499 / mo
    2Mbps
    ร—
  • Istanbul

    As any other city, there are its pros and cons. Of course, it is not a village where everyone will be nice and smile at you if you expect this. Large cities are usually cold and people are quite disconnected. However, the beauty of the culture compliments everything. I suggest having a right intention when coming to Istanbul. If you're looking to make new friends, this is probably not your place to pick (as people are pretty cold), but if you want to enjoy your life, live in your own pace - go to islands to swim, see historical places, walk on your feet a lot, go to cool restaurants and very vivid coffee shops (the variety, is wow!!). As you enter your routine, people will follow and you will connect with some as well that it is not going to be lonely.

    ๐ŸŽ’ Nomad Score 4.39/5
    226 reviews
    ๐Ÿ’ต Cost good
    ๐Ÿ“ก Internet okay
    ๐Ÿ˜€ Fun good
    ๐Ÿ‘ฎ Safety okay
    Tap to Open
    โ˜€๏ธ Feels 12° 54° 12° 54°AQI 53๐Ÿ˜ท
    2yr
    $1,558 / mo
    10Mbps
    ร—
  • Shanghai

    Shanghai is a giant city and your experience really depends on a few factors like: 1) where you live in the city 2) do you speak basic Mandarin 3) do you make nice money 4) do you have to use the internet If you can afford to live in Jing'an or the French Concession, you can live a fashionable metropolitan lifestyle like you would in New York City. There's amazing food (Asian, Western and fusion). You'll be surrounded by entrepreneurs, artists, fashion designers and models. Many of whom do speak English. It gets better if you speak basic Mandarin though. You don't need to care about the characters. Just learn to speak, that's important enough. The nice thing about Mandarin is China is so big everyone has an accent, so for Chinese it really doesn't matter so much that you have one too. Depending on how and what kind of money you make, your experience also changes. Like most places in Asia, English teachers are the lowest rank in the hierarchy of foreigners here. Chinese know. But if you're an entrepreneur, even (or especially) an online one, that's high regarded. The problem with working online here is obviously the firewall which can make it very difficult. I've heard good stories about Shadowsocks which seems to work better than regular VPNs. The recent China vs. America tensions are in fact making people slightly more hostile against Western foreigners. But remember this is Shanghai, it's a metropolitan city, they're usually much less xenophobic than out in the country. Mostly Shanghainese are happy to embrace foreigners, become friends with them, as long as they speak English. And as long as you invest a lot of time. Just popping in and out like a nomad isn't necessarily going to work so well with Chinese. Relationships are long-term.

    ๐ŸŽ’ Nomad Score 4.24/5
    210 reviews
    ๐Ÿ’ต Cost good
    ๐Ÿ“ก Internet very bad
    ๐Ÿ˜€ Fun great
    ๐Ÿ‘ฎ Safety good
    Tap to Open
    ๐ŸŒฅ Feels 10° 50° 11° 52°AQI 32
    11mo
    $1,883 / mo
    2Mbps
    ร—
  • Canggu

    Personally I hated it. Being somewhat of a SEA vet, I found it crowded, over touristed, expensive and with too many annoying hipsters. You can't walk ten feet without a scooter blocking your path and a red eyed local going "Taxi?" Literally every ten feet in Semniyak. Canggu maybe isn't so bad, but still the traffic is annoying. The roads are super small and traffic is horrible. If you're into walking places, Canngu isn't for you. You'll get run over. So either drive a scooter or get used to dealing with the taxi mafia. There's a war between them and ride hailing apps at the moment. So when you call a grab, after he drops you off there's a chance he'll be beaten to death. But this is normal around the world at the moment, for less affluent countries anyway. Pros? It's beautiful. Lots of stuff to see and do. Unfortunately you'll be charged money for literally everything, including walking through rice paddies. The landscapes, the architecture. I know Bali is a big island with a lot to do. You can rent a villa for $1200 usd a month and live like a drug dealer with your own indoor swimming pool. So gather four nomads and have your own gated compound. Lots of nightlife, clubs, if you're into that stuff. I'm not. For parties I'd rather go to a beach place with hippies in Thailand. The local food is good, the tourist food is amazing if you're willing to pay western prices. But the quality is very high. Overall it's not an expensive place, but it can be. I know Bali is a huge island but I'm just referring to Canggu. It's just to westernized for me. Too crowded with westerners. But if you want to go meet nomads and do western priced fitness, meditation and yoga classes it's the place to be. Plus the beaches are super polluted. Argh. I couldn't wait to leave. I doubt I'll be back soon. But if I do I'm definitely renting a villa and learning to surf. Cool place to do business. But not a place I'd want to live for long. Maybe I'll give it another chance one day.

    ๐ŸŽ’ Nomad Score 4.65/5
    211 reviews
    ๐Ÿ’ต Cost great
    ๐Ÿ“ก Internet good
    ๐Ÿ˜€ Fun good
    ๐Ÿ‘ฎ Safety good
    Tap to Open
    ๐ŸŒง Feels 48° 118° 32° 90°๐ŸฅตAQI 34
    5mo
    $1,410 / mo
    19Mbps
    ร—
  • Chiang Mai

    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.

    ๐ŸŽ’ Nomad Score 4.81/5
    220 reviews
    ๐Ÿ’ต Cost great
    ๐Ÿ“ก Internet great
    ๐Ÿ˜€ Fun good
    ๐Ÿ‘ฎ Safety good
    Tap to Open
    ๐ŸŒฅ Feels 27° 81° 26° 79°AQI 68๐Ÿ˜ท
    1mo
    $1,162 / mo
    23Mbps
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  • Da Nang

    This is going to be a long review but hopefully it will be helpful. I understand this is my subjective experience after only a limited amount of time (1 week) in Da Nang and your mileage may vary. I could imagine some people really enjoying living here but for me it is not a great place to live and I decided to shorten my stay as a result. To start, some good things about Da Nang: It is a very cheap place to live and I think you get decent value too. There are many coffeeshops to work out of and if you search you can find some nice spots to eat, drink, and hang out. There are things to visit in the surrounding area. The city itself has an interesting vibe, like the rest of Vietnam it is very vibrant, but also is in an extreme period of transition and it shows. I have been living in the My An area of Da Nang (by the beach). I could imagine some people really enjoying living here but I personally do not like it here for a few reasons. To start, some good things about Da Nang: โ€” It is a very cheap place to live and I think you get decent value too. โ€” There are many coffee shops to work out of and if you search you can find some nice spots to eat, drink, and hang out. โ€” There are things to visit in the surrounding area. โ€” The city itself has an interesting vibe, like the rest of Vietnam it is very vibrant, but also is in an extreme period of transition and it shows. โ€” The traffic isnโ€™t so bad and roads are decent for the region. โ€” There is a decent expat scene and some nice people to hang out with, although this seems in isolation to the rest of the city. However, there are many negatives, Iโ€™ll just list the two main ones for brevity: โ€” You will feel like a walking wallet and people will try to rip you off everywhere. We had some majorly inconvenient and expensive issues with the visa process, experienced blatant lying and short changing by taxi drivers, ridiculously priced items at shops. In our neighborhood, tons of the restaurants have fake reviews and terrible food. Basically, you feel like you need to be on your guard or you will be taken advantage of, which makes it not very enjoyable to stay here. โ€” Rapid Development Pains. Because Da Nang is developing so fast, there are a lot of rough edges, as one could expect. Construction is everywhere and makes it hard to walk around. To add to this, crossing the street in any city of Vietnam is quite a stressful experience. Most of the ATMs in the city seem to not work. There are random power outages in our neighborhood. The area we live feels like a depressing mix of construction lots and tourist traps. To summarize: We had a very negative introduction to Da Nang, but after several days here, things did get a bit better. Compared to a place like Chiang Mai, it is a much harder place to live as a DN, but you also may be rewarded with a bit more authenticity. There is something fun about living in a place that is changing at such a rapid place, but many downsides as well. Personally, I would probably advise waiting several years before coming to Da Nang. Or if you do stay, trying to stay in neighborhoods by the main city rather than near the beach, which feels more like a tourist trap under construction.

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    Don't believe the prices on here for an apartment. 686 usd/month refers to an apartment in a high class condo, right in the city centre and seconds away from the BTS(train station). Just remember this, people working at supermarkets make 2 usd/per hour. If you want to live like a local, then you can save a lot of money. If you don't mind a 5-10 minute walk from the BTS, then you can easily get a one bedroom apartment for 300 USD per month, in a high class condo, plus with free golf cart service to the BTS station. I have literally gone to a restaurant to pay 8 USD for a meal, when the exact dish was available on the street for only 1 USD and tastes much better. I ate out everyday and went partying a couple of times a week, and my total monthly expenses was still under 1000 usd. TIPS -Gyms are fucking expensive in Thailand. Expect to pay at least 60 USD/month for the gym, which is crazy when you consider the average wage in Thailand is 15 usd/per day. -Vitamins and supplements cost double the price than what you would get at home. Thais do not take supplements. Maybe only foreigners and really rich Thais. People spending 1500 USD per month must be eating steak daily and hanging out at places meant for foreigners.

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