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Our €165 a month apartment in Chiang Mai, Thailand

Chiang Mai is full of apartments, condo’s, hotels and guesthouses. The first thing to do, is to decide which area you would like to stay in. After doing some research on the internet, we decided the best place for us to stay in was the Nimman area. This new hip area of Chiang Mai is a bit out of town. Situated about 10 minutes drive from the old city centre.

The Sleeper train to Chiang Mai, Thailand

After 3 days it was time to leave Bangkok and heading up to our next destination, Chiang Mai. One of the easiest way to get there is by sleeper train. This train brings you up north in about 14 hours. While you are ‘sleeping’ next morning you’ll arrive at this so called Digital Nomad Capital of South East Asia. A perfect spot for us to have our first long stay. 

How It All Started

Digital Nomads are individuals who use telecommunications technologies to earn a living and, more generally, conduct their life in a nomadic manner. Such workers typically work remotely- from home, coffee shops, public libaries, and even recreational vehicles- to accomplish tasks and goals that traditionally took place in a single,stationary workplace.