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5 Best Cities To Live And Work Remotely





More people are choosing to work remotely instead of staying in an office. After all, having this type of job allows you to travel and work at the same time. In addition to that, some cities offer a lower cost of living along with their amazing sights.

Do you think you’re ready to embrace the lifestyle? It is certainly an exciting way of life that will let you enjoy a more flexible schedule. You can also save more, depending on the place you choose to live in. Just remember that you need to meet the visa requirements for these exotic places. Here are five of the best cities where you can enjoy working remotely:

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

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Most people choose to visit Vietnam for an affordable yet fun vacation, so why not live here? Living in Ho Chi Minh City reportedly costs a monthly $430 sans rent. You don’t even need to worry about staying online since Vietnam has one of the fastest free Wi-Fi speeds around the globe. If you’re looking for a side job, you can also serve in one of the city’s numerous coffee shops.

Chiang Mai, Thailand

Expats are certainly welcome in Chiang Mai and that is only one of the reasons why more people are moving to the scenic city. The cost of living in this Thai city is reportedly 50 percent less than what it takes to stay in New York City. You can take advantage of the popular co-working space that only costs around $105 per month.

Ubud, Indonesia

They say that Bali is so beautiful that most tourists decide to leave their old life behind to start anew on the island. Luckily, Ubud is an ideal place to work remotely thanks to several co-working spaces around the town. Just be careful not to get to distracted by the lovely scenery around you.

Budapest, Hungary

Asia is not the only continent with ideal cities for remote work. Budapest has been earning its share of digital nomads who have fallen in love with the architecture and the low cost of living. You can reportedly rent an apartment for as low as $500 per month and the cost of living is less than $900 per month.

Berlin, Germany


Berlin is certainly a surprising addition to the list since it is one of the more popular Western Europe cities. The cost of living can go up to about $1,100 but most digital nomads believe it is worth it. If you’re thinking of moving to Europe and still want to stay on a tight budget, Berlin is the best option for you.

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