London is a SO beautiful city. The historical center is cute, but also majestic and luxurious. You feel the culture at every step. British people are really kind and welcoming! Plus, more than just one, you can enjoy TWO skylines 😍 so many skyscrapers, nothing beats its collection in Europe.
⭐️ Overall Score💵 Cost 🧐 Too expensive📡 Internet 🏎 Fast😀 Fun great👮 Safety okayTap to open🌧Feels 6°43°7°44°AQI42$4,100 / mo19Mbps×
I stayed here for a month in July last year. There's lots of cool aspects to the city but I hated it when I was there. The city has a problem with British stag parties, so if you look like you're a British male and speak English expect to be treated with disdain (it's fair enough) The Hungarians can just generally be unfriendly, especially bartenders. It's a weird experience waiting to be served while 3 people ignore you. Or buying the same drink and getting charged whatever they want (700-1500
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First time I was in KL was in 2015 as a backpacking student. I stayed for 2 weeks at an airbnb in Bangsar South and I loved it. Met up with Uni friends, made new friends and I really like the relaxed atmosphere, despite being in a huge city. Fast forward, 3 years later, I went by myself to KL for a 3 days stay on a visa run from Chiang Mai. I stayed in a hotel near Bukit Bintang. I actually really didn't like it - I think because I was by myself, in a fairly wild part of the city and got so us
⭐️ Overall Score💵 Cost 😙 Affordable📡 Internet 🏎 Fast😀 Fun okay👮 Safety okayTap to open🌤Feels 33°91°29°84°AQI463$1,301 / mo18Mbps×
Edinburgh is one of my favorite cities and I've spent quite a bit of time here. It's charming, friendly, beautiful, and walkable, and has a range of cafes and coffeeshops with fast wifi. The downsides: it's pretty expensive (housing especially), and there doesn't seem to be much of a nomad scene. The general tech scene seems to be smallish but growing (CodeBase seems cool), but not many nomads seem to come here.
⭐️ Overall Score💵 Cost 🧐 Pricey📡 Internet 🏎 Fast😀 Fun okay👮 Safety goodTap to open🌧Feels 3°37°6°42°AQI234$3,791 / mo23Mbps×
I studied in Aberdeen for a year and loved living there. The city has charm and is very walkable. It was easy to meet people from the university and through my student accommodation but could see it being difficult if you aren't attending university. It wasn't too expensive coming from the US and was manageable on a student budget. It is easy to catch a train to explore nearby cities. The train ride from Edinburgh to Aberdeen is very scenic and shows a cliffside view for the majority of the ride
⭐️ Overall Score💵 Cost 🧐 Pricey📡 Internet 🏎 Fast😀 Fun okay👮 Safety okayTap to open🌥Feels 2°36°5°41°AQI206$3,669 / mo21Mbps×
Kuching is a great place to base yourself, it's a vibrant yet quiet little city with access to all sorts of outdoor activities. I stayed at the Borneo Seahare Guesthouse for about 5 months. It is run by a western guy called Ben and his wife Syeda, they really helped me out with everything I needed and gave me a very reasonable rate on a private room. The internet was good and the place had everything I needed including a full kitchen for me to cook. Based right in the city center with loads of s
⭐️ Overall Score💵 Cost 😝 Cheap📡 Internet 🙂 Good😀 Fun okay👮 Safety okayTap to open🌦Feels 31°88°27°81°🥵AQI337$912 / mo10Mbps×
Manchester is a working town, but has much going on in the weekend days. Well connected by train for the rest of England as well as cheap flights to Ireland and London if needed. National Football Museum, arcades, and high end and low end food for any budget.
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Very lovely and accessible city. Many cafes and workspaces to work from, including the Nero chain. Per Europe, data rates are very cheap and vendors are plentiful. Liverpool ONE's grassy roof was a perfect spot to take an important business call. Find all the Liver birds you can! Museums and galleries here are fantastic workspaces too as most have not terribly expensive cafes and VERY quiet workspaces. Student town, so take note. Also a great town for reinforcing and reflecting on basic human ri
⭐️ Overall Score💵 Cost 🧐 Pricey📡 Internet 🏎 Fast😀 Fun good👮 Safety goodTap to open🌧Feels 5°41°7°45°AQI2812$3,350 / mo23Mbps×
Was in GLASGOW this end of JANUARY 2020. Post-industrial view everywhere, there is little to do in the old town + pedestrian area. Seems quite unattractive in comparison with EDINBURGH. Just to be quite frank with you nomads, it looks much more affordable if you eat at BURGER KING + LIDL or TESCO around there.
⭐️ Overall Score💵 Cost 🧐 Pricey📡 Internet 🏎 Fast😀 Fun good👮 Safety goodTap to open🌧Feels 4°39°6°42°AQI2013$3,585 / mo23Mbps×
Gorgeous city with great bars and restaurants, although poor nightlife. Ideal for summer days/evenings, with outstanding food, punting on the river, and nice shops. Great greens and Europe's longest outdoor pool on Jesus Green make it a nice place to 'chill' in the warmth. However, the nightclubs are poor and Cambridge lacks things to do when it's cold/wet.
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Johor is a dirty, ugly city across the causeway from northern Singapore. It's a very busy crossing both ways. I've been here many times to shop with my wife and MIL but have nothing to recommend. It was at least a cheap place to get glasses. Last time I went the 1MDB project had been launched to great fanfare in Johor. It was supposed to the the project that would unseat Singapore. It turned out to be a big scam and lots of people lost money, especially the Malay taxpayers. Other parts of Malay
⭐️ Overall Score💵 Cost 😝 Cheap📡 Internet 🏎 Fast😀 Fun bad👮 Safety okayTap to open🌤Feels 31°88°28°82°AQI4423$888 / mo13Mbps×
Arrived yesterday, at Dreambase coworking now. A fascinating city in the sense that is seems strange, eerie, and sullen. It feels like the city was abandoned for 30 years and what remains is the population that decided to stay. Many random empty, lonely buildings. Patches of busyness dispersed in between patches of nullness. Everything feels just a little bit too far to walk. Grab works fine here for getting around. Extremely affordable. But so far it definitely doesn't feel like the place to be
⭐️ Overall Score💵 Cost 😙 Affordable📡 Internet 🏎 Fast😀 Fun okay👮 Safety okayTap to open🌤Feels 33°91°29°84°AQI3925$1,077 / mo14Mbps×
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