5 coworking spaces in SEA to work like you’re on holiday

5 coworking spaces in SEA to work like you’re on holiday
July 10 03:29 2019

So you decided to become a digital nomad. Sold all your belongings and are ready to find a location. But, there are two things you first need to sort out. The first one is, where to go. The second one is your travel insurance, you can’t leave the house without this.

There are a lot of digital nomad hubs in Asia, both Chiang Mai and Bali are well known for this. They have thriving communities and lots of expats with online jobs who live there. This makes it much easier to get settled, to find like-minded individuals to mingle and to find a community. Once you know where you’ll be, you should get insurance for long-term travel. This is essential and should be booked before you leave.

To help you get started in your new destination, below is a list of coworking spaces in SEA where you can get an office and be a part of a community.


1. Coworking Spaces in SEA – beacHub


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Named the number 1 coworking space in Asia by Forbes, beacHub provides beachfront desks and working areas, where you can hustle while enjoying the ocean breeze and the sound of the crashing waves. They also have co-living spaces for those who find it difficult to leave this little piece of paradise, with modern bungalows along the shore.

Address: Moo 8 Koh Phangan, Thailand, Koh Phangan, Srithanu, Surat Thani 84280, Thailand

More details on website

2. Coworking Spaces in SEA – Dojo Bali

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Located right by Bali’s Echo Beach, and with a private pool within their compound, Dojo Bali is another coworking space where you can easily enjoy a swim in the middle of your workday. With natural decor and the beach right beside, working from Dojo feels much like you’re on a tropical summer holiday. And Bali is a favorite with Digital Nomads because of the large range of things to do. Check this great list.

Address: Jl. Batu Mejan No.88, Canggu, Kuta Utara, Bandung, Bali 80361, Indonesia

More details on website

3. Coworking Spaces in SEA – Livit Spaces

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Another space located in the beautiful island of Bali, Livit Spaces is a coworking and coliving space, so you can make this Indonesian island your home for an extended working holiday. The interior gives off traditional Balinese vibes, complete with plenty of greenery and a tranquil vibe.

Address: Perumahan Bumi Santi no. 14. Jl. Pratu Made Rembug. Batu Bulan, Gianyar

More details on website


4. Coworking Spaces in SEA – Punspace

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Punspace has 2 locations, one at Nimman and the other at Tha Phae Gate in Chiang Mai. Both areas are spacious and decorated with elements of natural greenery. The Nimman branch in particular has a beautiful courtyard that is a perfect spot for chilling with a cup of coffee and working like you’re on a summer picnic. 

Address: 14 Siri Mangkalajarn Lane 11, Muang, Chiang Mai 50200, Thailand

More details on website

5. Coworking Spaces in SEA – The Hive

With multiple locations around Asia, The Hive Singapore’s workspace at Clarke Quay has a covetable rooftop terrace where you can enjoy cocktails under the stars, or get your work done while lying in a hammock and enjoying the sunshine.

Address: 59 New Bridge Rd, Singapore 059405

More details on website

Ready to become a digital nomad in SEA? Some resources:

Can’t get out of the country yet, why not take a staycation for some much needed time off.

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