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The 10 Coolest Coworking Spaces in Thailand For Digital Nomads

Are you living the nomad life and looking for your next destination? Then make sure Thailand is on your list!

Everyone knows Thailand is a vibrant and exciting country to visit, but not as many people realize it also has amazing coworking spaces, coliving and digital nomad communities perfect for travelling freelancers.

With so many cool coworking spaces to choose from, which one should you head to? Let’s take a look at why Thailand should be your next destination, and where to go to get some work done.

Why Go to Thailand for Remote Work?

Thailand is a great place for travelers and remote workers alike. What is it that they love so much? Here are some of the reasons why Thailand is a great workation spot.

The Best of Both Worlds

You get everything in one country, suitable for ANY type of traveler.”

When you hear the word Thailand, what comes to mind first? Bustling cities? Breathtaking beaches? Ancient temples? Well, all of them are correct! Thailand has such a rich culture and history, but also thriving urban areas where you can cut loose after a hard day’s work. Take some time off and go on a hike, or wander through the lush greenery of the islands.

In Thailand, you can do pretty much whatever you set your mind to! Just don’t forget to set aside for some work too…!

Low Cost of Living

Digital nomads and traveling freelancers will be thrilled to hear that the cost of living in Thailand is much lower than in most western countries. Unsurprisingly, this is one of the big reasons why Thailand is such a popular destination for digital nomads.

Nowadays, $650 a month is enough to cover basic accommodation, food, and other basic utilities. Though make note that this does NOT include insurance, visa fees, and other miscellaneous expenses.

If you would like to live more comfortably, then you can do so at about $1,200 a month. Or up to $2,000 will allow you to live well and pay for most expenses with a bit extra for yourself.

Friendly locals

Generally Thai people are very welcoming and happy to help, so once you’re there you’ll find yourself feeling at home right away! It’s best to learn a bit of Thai to get by and show courtesy to the locals, and perhaps brush up on the local culture – you’ll be rewarded with cheerful smiles and their friendliness to help you out!

Not to mention you’ll get much more out of the experience if you take your language learning a step further and branch out from the English-only communities.

Awesome Food

Thai cuisine is absolutely amazing. You get a mix of spices and healthy vegetables We’re sure you know that Thai food is insanely good, but just wait ‘til you try the real deal! You get a mix of sweet and salty, and it feels like the flavors are dancing on your tongue. Once you start, you’ll find it hard to stop as you taste all the different dishes, ranging from curries to noodles, and even sweet Thai tea. From luxurious restaurants to street markets, you’ll be on a culinary adventure.

Yoga and Relaxation

Thailand is home to many yoga studios and wellness retreats where you can learn how to take a step back and relax. The country is the perfect area to wind down because you can join free yoga sessions or go to the nearby beach to get your Zen on. No stress during work anymore!

Top 10 Coolest Coworking Spaces in Thailand

The land of smiles offers some of the most amazing areas to visit, and cool coworking spaces to get some work done. We picked 10 awesome coworking spaces in Thailand for remote workers.

1. KoHub (coworking & coliving in Koh Lanta)

Kohub official website

KoHub is one of the most popular co-working spaces located in Koh Lanta island in Southern Thailand, and it’s popular for good reasons. The area is safe and relaxing, with the beach just a few minutes walk away when you need to get away from work. The co-working space itself has plenty of room to stretch out. You could even take the stretching out literally and head to their Yoga & Stretch Space!

What’s more is that you have 24/7 access to the coworking space, high-speed internet, food deliveries, and a whole host of choices on where and how you want to work. Make the most of their ergonomic chairs, or head to a Skype room for an online meeting, or maybe even lounge in a hammock when you feel some procrastination coming on!

If you can’t get enough of the area – as is the case for many when you’re working so close to the beach – they also offer co-living spaces! The rooms are spacious, comfortable, and have different packages where you can opt for two meals a day alongside access to the coworking space. While you’re there, make sure to do some networking and connect with other digital nomads like yourself!

KoHub official website

2. Koh Mak Campus (coworking & coliving in Koh Mak)

Photo: Koh Mak Campus website

Koh Mak Campus offering coworking and coliving facilities describes itself as a paradise for freelancers. The amazing island takes itself seriously; This is a gorgeous destination to unwind or get some work done, but it’s not a party island. Of course, the people know how to have a good time, but if you’re looking to get away from the typical rowdy crowds then you’re in luck!

Their coworking space, “The SandBox” is modern and bright with huge windows allowing in a lot of natural light to keep motivation high! They have over 150 square meters of coworking space, and they offer a ton of services to make you feel right at home on the island. Not only can you get access to their coworking space with high speed internet, projectors, and meeting rooms, but you can also get discounts to activities on the island, coaching by local experts, and invitations to local events!

This is one of the best spots to visit if you want a little bit of everything. Don’t just come to get work done, come to join in on the local atmosphere!  

Koh Mak Campus official website

3. BeacHub (coworking & coliving in Koh Phangan)

Photo: BeacHub website

As the name suggests, BeacHub will guarantee you’re just a stone’s throw away from the beach, though it still offers a serious work environment. It’s a bit more expensive compared to other coworking spaces, but it’s worth it for this insane view and all you need for the perfect workation.

In this co-working area, you get ergonomic chairs by the beach as you enjoy the ocean breeze – just try not to get too distracted by that amazing view! They also have a restaurant with gourmet organic food and comfortable rooms if it gets too hot. You also get the basics, such as 24/7 access, fast wifi, and even hammocks to relax in after work.

If you want to live and work right on the beachfront, you could opt to stay at in one of their standard or deluxe bungalows, equipped with its own desk, balcony, and hammock. If you’re getting settled in you can even use their gym and shared kitchen, so you’ll have everything you need to live that beach life. They even offer rental motorbikes to get around!

BeacHub official website

4. Oasis (coworking & coliving in Koh Chang)

Photo: Oasis Koh Chang website

OK, we know you’re going to love this next one, because it has a real-life treehouse! Let out your inner child on your breaks from adulting among the treetops with a beautiful ocean view. But don’t worry, the cool vibes don’t stop there!

This coworking space is located at Oasis resort in the beautiful Koh Chang island. Surrounded by jungle, yet offers an oasis of civilization in a minimalist building with highspeed wifi, aircon, and all the usuals you would expect from a top-notch coworking space.

Their onsite restaurant is not to be missed either. The open space is warm and inviting, and they’re open all day serving a variety of Thai and western dishes. If that’s not enough for you, there’s also an amazing infinity-edge pool with a great view of the jungle – and you can get drinks and food at the poolside!

Of course, this is the kind of digital nomad paradise people can’t get enough of, so we wouldn’t be surprised if you were tempted to stay for a while in one of their bungalows. Go for the simple but comfy lifestyle with a garden view bungalow, or get those jungle vibes flowing with one of their jungle bungalow huts!

Oasis official website

5. Yellow (coworking in Chiang Mai)

Photo: Yellow Coworking website

Yellow Coworking is a spacious coworking space (1,500 m²) with varieties of sitting areas to choose from. It’s located in the heart of Nimman area in Chiang Mai, close to trendy cafes and restaurants.

The coworking space is designed to enhance productivity and has everything a digital nomad needs in order to get the work done – high speed internet, international power sockets everywhere, lockers, skype booths, YouTube room where you can film and stream, meeting rooms, and event area.

When you need a break, you can walk outside in its lush garden, get a cup of special Yellow Coffee Blend at its cafe, or even take a shower at its shower room.

Yellow has its own incubator and venture capital as well as a blockchain community, to help innovative startups grow.

Yellow Coworking Official Website

6. NapLab (coworking & co-napping in Bangkok)

Photo: NapLab Facebook page

Have you ever had a job in an office and just got to a point where you thought “man, I wish there was somewhere to nap around here”? Well, that’s exactly what the guys at NapLab thought too!

As the name suggests, at NapLab, when you start to feel the weight of all that work on your eyes, you can head to one of their 15 first-come-first-serve nap caves! Grab a pillow and have a snooze in their comfy partitioned sleeping spaces, then get back to work in their individual workspaces, or go and check out some of their other facilities, like the ping-pong table or coffee bar to re-energize.

If you’re there with a team you can make use of one of their unique meeting rooms, like the GR meeting room, a casual setup with a grass-inspired floor and plenty of cushions to make yourself comfortable while you get interactive with the built-in projector. Or head to one of their more conventional meeting rooms or classrooms if you mean business.

The NapLab is open 24/7 and has a shower room, a café, and a “chat lab” to get discussion flowing. All the comforts you need when you’ve got a tight deadline coming up!

NapLab official Facebook page

7. CocoVille (coworking & coliving in Phuket)

Photo: CocoVille website

“Coworking space” just doesn’t do CocoVille justice. This is not your average office setup, but a villa resort on the “Fitness Street” where you can also (maybe) get your work done!

The main draw of CocoVille is in fact their coliving spaces. From standard villas to “Luxury Plus”, there’s something for every budget, but each come equipped with their own fridge and private bathroom, as well as great wifi and, of course, air con.

Another great thing about CocoVille is its focus on fitness. This is the kind of place you go to recharge, and get back to a healthy body and state of mind. CocoVille offers packages that are custom-made to suit your needs and preferences, and you can get involved with anything from Yoga to Brazilian Jiu Jitsu! With the fitness package you can even get a personalized meal plan and two Thai massages a week.

With all that concentration on fitness you might find it difficult to get any work done… but who cares when you’re this at peace with your body?

CocoVille official website

8. rPod Coworking Space (coworking space in Pattaya)

Photo: rPod coworking space official website

Thailand’s Pattaya City is known for its awesome watersports and beach life during the day, but all-out clubbing and parties by night. So if you’re looking to make the most of Thailand’s party scene on your off days, why not stay close to the action and work at rPod Coworking Space during the day? The coworking space is situated near the beach and has a vibrant café vibe to inspire and motivat visitors so they can head on out for some fun after a productive day.

rPod’s coworking space has a kind of modern office design spread across two floors. You’ll find this is a great space to network with startup entrepreneurs, digital nomads and travelling freelancers from all over. They have a variety of different spaces with meeting rooms, offices, and lounge spaces as well as some basic kitchen equipment for snacks and drinks. They also have a few events to take part in to give yourself a bit of a career boost!

Not only will you have a comfortable workspace with fast WiFi, but you also get discounts on accommodation from the Hermitage Villa Hotel nearby! That way, you have your whole trip set, and all you need to do is set up and get yourself working.

Rpod coworking space official website

9. Garage Society (coworking space in Phuket)

Photo: Garage Society website

Garage Society is actually an international chain of coworking spaces that specialize in finding spots where work meets play, with other locations in spots such as Hong Kong and Singapore. And their Phuket location is only five minutes away from the famous Royal Paradise Night Market.

The space is built for concentration, so you can blast through your work and get everything done before dark, so you have enough time to get ready and hit the town.

Get standing desks, beanbags, or your own desks depending on how you want to work. Or you can even book a room to host a meeting or event. As a whole, Garage Society focuses on startups and freelancers, so this is the perfect place to make some connections – and then maybe head out to loosen up and get the ideas flowing after work!

They are open 24/7 and offer personal lockers, accommodation, and even have their swimming pool and Muay Thai instructor to get fit while on the job!

This coworking space is great because they are right by the sea for all those late-night beach parties, and are close to countless resorts and restaurants by the shoreline.

Garage Society official website

Thailand Visa and Entry Requirements

All visitors going to Thailand will require a visa from any one of the Thai diplomatic missions or embassies. However, if you come from a visa-exempt country or are eligible to obtain visas on arrival, then you won’t need to go through extra processes.

However, take note that there is visa-free travel is for only up to 30 days for most nations. Passport holders from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, South Korea, and Peru are permitted to travel to the country for up to 90 days.

If you would like to stay for longer than 30 days, you may apply for certain tourist visas that allow extensions of up to 30 days or more. There is a fee of 1,900 baht per tourist visa extension.

Digital Nomad Visa in Thailand

In June 2021, Tourism Authority of Thailand proposed a new digital nomad visa, which will allow foreign citizens to stay in Thailand and work as a digital nomad for up to 10 years.

However this digital nomad visa is not for everybody – a proof of minimum earning $40K USD per year and insurance covering $100K USD is required to obtain the visa. (source:

Wrapping It Up

Whether you want to work near the beach or feel the city life as you accomplish projects, Thailand is the place to go. With their many beautiful and themed coworking spaces, you can take advantage of their fast internet, get inspired by their beautiful ambiance, and make new friends.

So don’t wait any longer and get to planning your next trip to Thailand now!

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R. Wallace
R. Wallace
A digital nomad travelling in Asia and TheDigitalNomad.Asia Editor. Please read my article and I hope you will get inspired to go travelling as a digital nomad. You are welcome to comment and share the article with fellow travelers.

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