4 Top Digital Nomad Destinations for Your Next Work Travel
Posted: Oct 09, 2017
Are you a tourist or digital nomad, who is on the lookout for a relaxing place with great Wi-Fi connection and that simply fits in your easy-on-the-pocket budget? If it’s a ‘Yes’ to this question, then certainly going through this article you’ll get to know the top digital nomad destinations that can be your choice for the next work travel. So, keep on reading.
Without any doubt, Medellin is a bright example of how Colombia is changing and that too at a quick pace. Now, more and more digital nomads prefer to visit this progressive and commercial city in order to experience the ‘Latin vibe’. You can see that the temperatures here remain quite stable all through the year and this is the reason that Medellin is also known as the "City of Eternal Spring". What is more, here the cost of living is very economical and you can also come across many small towns, eccentric bistros and cafes to have an amazing experience. So, it is safe to say that this city is high up on the list of work travel for entrepreneurs.
In Indonesia, Bali is an extremely famous city among the travellers, who search for a base to work from. It’s a city heaving with co-working places and there, together with work, you can also get indulged in yoga classes and guided meditation for a great work-life-balance. In addition, it turns out to be an ultimate choice of digital nomads, as there they can find the incredible co-working spaces that come with private Skype room, conference rooms, and a lot of al fresco space to take pleasure in the Bali sunshine. While still being a famous city for other citizens of Indonesia, it is gradually becoming a place that is drawing the attention of more international people.
Siem Reap, Cambodia
On account of its proximity to the temples, Siem Reap in Cambodia is a fast emergent traveller hub, which also catches the attention of many expats, digital nomads, and isolated workers. When it comes to the city’s weather, it is usually lovely, and which means you can get a lot of pool time in. Also, you can stumble upon numerous places to meet people, with something always going on.
Porto, PortugalLast but not the least Porto in Portugal is the next famous digital traveller destination that has silently risen to digital nomad friendly status over the last few years. There is no question in that this city is brilliantly cheaper as compared to its bigger sister. Other than this, you can also have an amazing sunset time every evening by the bridge of Dom Luis and by walking down the winding, cobbled streets you can have a high regard for the conventional hand-painted building tiles.
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