The new SMART Visa for Thailand lets you stay and work for up to 4 years, with once a year immigration reporting, no re-entry permits required, and even your spouse and children are included. Is this the best thai visa? The ultimate digital nomad visa? For business pros? Or is it completely useless?
Kuching in Malaysian Borneo is fast becoming one of the nomad hubs of Southeast Asia. With three great coworking spaces, luscious nature surrounding the city, and an affordable cost of living, this is your complete guide to paying a visit to Kuching!
The most common questions I get asked through this blog are; whats on my digital nomad packing list, how I find cheap flights, and what credit cards I use. So I’ve put together my recommendations list – I’ve included everything I use to book my travel, what I take when I travel, and what gear I use when I work.
I love coworking spaces, but many owners have a lot to learn. This open letter to all coworking spaces outlines some of the mistakes, problems and issues they have, and how I think they could be solved, making a better coworking business and a better place to work for nomads and entrepreneurs.
Visas in Thailand and the different ways of staying in Thailand are confusing. The rules are constantly changing, meaning that most things you find online are completely wrong. This is a complete easy to understand guide for digital nomads who want to visit Thailand, get a visa and stay long term in Thailand.
Finding digital nomad accommodation can be daunting for a first timer, time consuming for even experienced nomads, and can lead to your living costs spiralling if the wrong decisions are made. Read my top tips of how to find cheap digital nomad accommodation in whatever place you go.
I wanted to put together a roundup of lessons I’ve learnt “on the road” in 2016, and some of my goals I will achieve in 2017. Hopefully they will help you on your own journey or inspire you to take up some challenges for the new year! What did you learn in 2016?
In a bid to encourage tourism through high season, Thailand have announced that Single Entry visas will be free until the end of February 2017 and gives you 60 days in Thailand. If you are coming to Thailand before end of May 2017, apply early so you get your visa for free!
In this post I outline some of the best, easiest and cheapest options for short term accommodation and apartment renting in Chiang Mai. I’ll tell you places you can just turn up and move in, accommodation you can book online, and places you can stay in to give you a taste of longer term accommodation
If you’re a digital nomad visiting Thailand, this ultimate guide should help you get data on your phone as soon as you arrive in Thailand, extra data with low cost hacks, free wifi on your computer and even the mythical Super Wi-Fi fibre speeds – and all at a super low cost price.