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What place in Thailand has fast internet and beautiful nature?

 

in Thailand by @tomanna | 5yr  | 26 comments

Hi all!

Iโ€™m trying to work out where I should go in Thailand that offers a combination of strong internet connection with a bit of natural beauty (hills/sea - I donโ€™t really mind).

Iโ€™ve been in Bali recently and whilst it is gorgeous it has two main problems for me. First, it doesnโ€™t really support a lifestyle where you walk anywhere - the roads are dangerous and pavements largely non-existant. And, famously, the internet connections here arenโ€™t fabulous, unless you go to a coworking spot.

Can anyone with experience of Thailand please tell me if they can recommend somewhere thatโ€™s attractive to be in, well connected, and less-than-lethal for pedestrians?

thanks!

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Chiang Mai and try checking out Pai too. More or less a 3-hour ride from CM. Love the kung fu and meditation camp there too, with a pretty reliable Internet as well.

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Chiang Mai has incredibly fast Internet and awesome sceneries. Another vote to Pai. Been there for 2 weeks for my training in a beautiful kung fu/meditation retreat and I was still able to work online on the evenings! The Internet was very reliable and the views are just astounding.

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@marcob | 5yr

While in Bali did you visit Lovina? It is a very walkable city and resembles many europeans beachfronts with a little water fountain, piazza and boardwalk on the beach with shops.

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@tomanna | 5yr

Thanks for this tip! Weโ€™re still in Bali and will seriously consider Lovina.

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@endeavouren | 5yr

I was on Koh Lanta (Kohub) 4 months from Feb-May 2015. It was a great community, heading back there soon! I can really recommend it, close to the beach, chill lifestyle and good Internet!

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@mattreinhart | 5yr

@AlexLielacher I havenโ€™t stayed long-term, but I visited Koh Lanta at the very end of low season / very beginning of high season a couple months ago. I stayed in a great private room in a guesthouse for เธฟ200 per night. Food was about the same or cheaper than Bangkok.

The owner of the guesthouse told me that his rent for the whole building (4 rooms including his quarters) is เธฟ5000 per month, which kind of blew my mind. I also met a few locals and that rent started to seem more like the norm.

Based on what I heard, if you are willing to live โ€œThai styleโ€, you can easily live for less than $1000 (เธฟ35000) per month. That would include long-term rental of a motorbike and a quiet, furnished place that is probably off the beaten path.

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@alexlielacher | 5yr

Thank you so much @mattreinhart for the info! I am flying over on the 6th December. Canโ€™t wait :slight_smile:

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@rynesweeney | 4yr

@endeavouren What was the weather like towards the end of your stay? Im heading to that area in June.

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@adrienbetweets | 4yr

@rynesweeney I have seen the same question on a Facebook group thread. Maybe you can ask again if you donโ€™t find it. It was on one of these groups I believe:

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@rynesweeney | 3yr

Thanks!

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@rokeeffe | 5yr

Hmm, KoHub looks cool. Tempting. Anyone tried both this and going it alone somewhere like CM and care to compare them as experiences? That might be too vague of a question, but I suppose Iโ€™m in that phase of planning where I could do anything but I want to try and do the best thingsโ€ฆ :smiley:

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@tomanna | 5yr

Iโ€™d really like to second this question. As someone who hasnโ€™t been to Thailand understanding the differences for DMs to live in Chiang Mai or on one of the bigger islands is really key. If anyone can compare or contrast the two lives, thatโ€™d be terrific. Also, anyone whoโ€™d simply vote one way or another on rokeeffeโ€™s question would be much appreciated too.

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@alexlielacher | 5yr

@endeavouren How much were your monthly costs there? 1k USD pm doable or is is substantially higher?

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@kmander | 5yr

Pai. North of CM. Small town, easy to walk around. Fast good internet.

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@adrienbetweets | 5yr

+1 for Pai, in Thailand. It actually has surprisingly good internet. Itโ€™s very close to the nature, & has many things to do around (hikes, waterfalls, caves, & other landmarks).

There is no more co-working space in Pai at the time of writing (December 2015) - Mergespace was closed - however you can work from cafรฉs & restaurants.

I just created this thread to help you & others to solve the โ€œfinding a decent place to work from in Paiโ€ issue :wink: Whatโ€™s the best places to work in Pai, Thailand? I will add my 2 cents to this thread as I actually found a couple of good places to work from.

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@tomanna | 5yr

Thanks! Iโ€™ve never heard of Pai but now Iโ€™ll check it out seriously. Thank you!

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@kaaist | 5yr

I lived in Srithanu on the west coast of Koh Phangan and the Internet was fast there. You can definitely walk around the town easily and get around without a motorbike (although youโ€™ll probably still want one).

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@tomanna | 5yr

Thanks so much, especially to you kaaist, for the specific details.

How good is life in Chiang Mai as a pedestrian? I can cope with crossing busy roads, itโ€™s just places with no pavements and a million scooters make me a bit tenseโ€ฆ

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@anon82020850 | 5yr

I have been in CM for 2+ years and never felt unsafe as a pedestrian.

The sidewalks arenโ€™t always easy to navigate because they can be narrow, or occupied by food stalls, motorcycles or whatever else.

However for me, compared to a country like Vietnam, it is a dream to walk around in CM.

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@tomanna | 5yr

Thanks for the info on CM, jerriep - really appreciated.

Before this thread dies for good, does anyone have any last suggestions on places that combine natural beauty and decent internet connections?

thanks!

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@yako | 5yr

Koh Samui has an airport and very good internet. Although maybe not the most beautiful part of Thailand (Though very beautiful) you might use it as a hub to jump to the other, smaller, islands.

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@beastbirger | 5yr

Chiang Mai is a good city with quick access to the hills and most places have fast and decent internet

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@skatkov | 5yr

Chiang Mai in my memory is the only city in Thailand with wide roads and pretty good internet.

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@nickdanforth | 5yr

Iโ€™m a big fan of Koh Lanta. Beautiful island with great wi-fi at most places. Have worked at KoHub (www.kohub.org) multiple times.

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@anon82020850 | 5yr

Not sure this place exists in Thailand - or anywhere else in SE Asia for that matter :wink:

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@tomanna | 5yr

Hehe - OK - Iโ€™m happy to drop the less-than-lethal requirement, since youโ€™re probably right. But some towns are more livable than others, and I guess Iโ€™m asking about a place thatโ€™s just not been totally ruined by its trafficโ€ฆ

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Everything is in the title.

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As an American Citizen, would it be safe to fly into Thailand without a visa? You can get a 30 day upon entry right?

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Whatโ€™s up nomads!

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What is internet connection like in Amsterdam? And how much should I budget for?

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Do any digital nomads here live and work from Tulum? Has anyone in the recent past?

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