October 7, 2019 | Stasa Momcilovic | Nomad Capitalist
A key part of the nomad lifestyle is finding a reliable, enjoyable place to get work done when necessary. For people living a location independent lifestyle, rather than having offices around the world, it’s often practical to find a co-working space where you can focus on your business.
One of the biggest hubs for such expat entrepreneurs is Southeast Asia.
Nomads have been flocking to the area for years and the region has responded to the demand of working travelers by providing an abundant supply of work-friendly cafes and co-working spaces.
Several years ago, we reached out to some of the preeminent voices in the nomad movement to find the best cafes and co-working spaces in the region.
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