Have you heard the term “Digital Nomad?” Digital nomads roam the world, working on the go. If you’re a nomad, or just travel a lot, you can take advantage of work-play lodging, shared office spaces, and sites that show you where to take advantage of coffee and high-speed internet. Find a worldwide co-working directory here. Here is an article and a directory for co-living spaces. Below are some that have been recommended to me.
AngkorHUB is a great example of entrepreneur-led shops for an international crowd. It’s a Cambodian co-living and business center in Siem Reap near the Angkor Night Market and Angkor Wat Temple. Peaceful, great wi-fi, with family-style lunches, and it’s awesome, says my friend Tammy, who stayed there. A private room is about $200/week with coworking 24/7, Breakfast/Lunch, Laundry, AC, hot showers, airport pickups, and SIM card on arrival.
This community of remote workers and their friends share their best locations to work in the best conditions anywhere in the world. Join and find great places to work, and contribute your picks. Free.
A monthly coworking subscription in Chicago, NYC, LA, Austin, San Francisco and Denver providing affordable, flexible access to over 175 wonderful, diverse workspaces to work, learn and meet. Starts at $49/mo.
Live and work in San Diego, Venice Beach, Santa Cruz, and Tahoe, CA, Austin, Lisbon, NYC, San Juan Puerto Rico, Bali, Costa Rica, and Oahu. Rentals vary in price.
30-day themed retreats for freelancers, founders, and influencers to get things done. Retreat dates, prices, and locations vary.
An international network of coliving and coworking spaces in Ubud, London, San Francisco, Miami, and Tokyo. Pricing varies.
Workfrom makes it easy to find trusted places to get your work done. Recommendations are crowdsourced and the community provides hard to find insights about what you need to know about working from places like coffee shops, cafes, bars, coworking spaces, hotels, restaurants and more. Free.