Top 5 Places For Digital Nomads

Digital Nomads are a rare breed of entrepreneurs who have changed the way we look at work and the complications attached with it. All we care about is an adventurous ride and a peaceful stay at an exotic place, which helps them relax and give 100% to the work assigned to them. If the stay is not soothing enough then they cannot work with a peaceful mind and give their best.

No two humans have same/similar nature, everyone’s wishes or demands are different from another. Same applies to the tourist destinations that these digital nomads prefer. Thus, the places that they visit must be adventure filled or a quite and serene place where they can relax and complete their work peacefully.

The budget for such travels is also an issue, thus, we have selected such places that do not burn a hole in your pockets but still provide a never-before experience. Following are the top 5 places that a digital nomad must visit.

Phuket, Thailand


Beautiful beaches, exotic sceneries, and beautiful women makes it a paradise for the people who wish to take a break from their high-stress jobs. And if you’re a digital nomad, then this is the place you’re looking for. Also known as the “Pearl of the Adman”, Phuket provides you with water sports like parasailing, kayaking etc to keep you fit amidst your stressful work schedule.

The place boasts of unmatchable scenic beauty and romantic sunsets that is bound to take your breath away. The Buddhist temples located on the island are a perfect refuge to seek mental and spiritual peace.

The overall expenses (average) for travelling this place is about $991 per month which is not much considering the peace of mind that this place is bound to provide you. A perfect blend of fun and relaxation, this must be one of the top choices for any digital nomad.



Amsterdam, Netherlands


While Amsterdam is known for its party culture and drugs, it also is one of the most visually appealing cities of Europe. Considering it’s comparatively warmer climate than other nearby countries, it’s a perfect place to hibernate for those residing in the colder parts of the planet.

Though, it may not have a beach but you’ll find a buzzing start-up scene in the town. It will definitely attract any digital nomad’s attention. Further, excellent internet connection in the city ensures connectivity with your employer. Also, if you’re a resident of an EU country then you do not require a visa, which is an added bonus.

The rents and the groceries are cheaper and you can easily survive on a monthly expense of about $1,300. Legalized marijuana and prostitution are bound to attract the attention of digital nomads, looking for a perfect break from work.

Panama City, Panama

Panama City is one of the top destinations for the Americans, looking for warm weather, and a relaxed life. It’s diverse and strong multi-cultural offers something new to the travelers every time they visit the city. The diversity of the land is bound to leave anyone spellbound travelling the first time.

On one end, you’ll find the dense Darien National Park while at the other end you find a perfect surfing destination! You will find a string of beaches and picturesque locations perfect for laying back and immersing into nature’s beauty. The place is not much visited and hence, you do not find the hustle and bustle of any other tourist packed holiday destination.

American digital nomads will find this place really compatible as US currency is accepted there. Further, the cost of living here is about $ 1,600 and offers a very high standard of living for those looking for a comfortable life.

Prague, The Czech Republic


Digital Nomads, with a great taste in art, will always put this picturesque city at the top of their travelling locations. Those who find the urban exploration more charming than the natural ones, will be amazed by what this city offers to them.

The city is filled with the most visually appealing architecture of the present times and the vibrant nature of the city is perfect for a wanderer looking to explore the town on his own. Prague has four different seasons throughout the year, thus, those who enjoy frequent season changes are bound to have the happiest times of their lives.

The city is bustling with beautiful alleyways, spectacular bridges, and monumental museums always ready to take care of your entertainment needs. The street performers are always a treat to the eyes and a memorable experience that one must have in their lifetime.

Further, the bars, present at every nook and corner of the city, serves you with the finest and cheapest beer, in case you wish to free yourself from the shackles of your work. Also, the 40 Mbps internet speed will take care of your assignments.

The average cost of living in the city is just $ 1,150 per month which includes all your food, lodging and entertainment expenses. The spectacular view and the experience will have a lifetime impact on any such digital nomad visiting this place.


Bali, Indonesia
Bali, Indonesia

One of the most popular destinations for digital nomads as well as backpackers, Bali may be called the Hawaii of Asia devoid of any high towering malls or the high price tag. The island is laden with culture-specific monuments and monasteries.

The white beaches on the coast of Bali are ideal for pursuing various water sports while the dense jungles present on the island is an adventure to look out for. If you like peace and quiet, then this is the perfect place for you as this place is filled with centers for yoga, meditation, and spiritual enlightenment.

The friendly nature and welcoming nature of the general populace is bound to make you feel at home. The city has a lot of places to be explored and any adventurous backpacker will find it oddly satisfying to divulge into the laps of Mother Nature.

The cost of living in this place is very affordable at just about $ 900 per month. And the experience that this place is going to leave you with is unmatched for people seeking a perfect place to chill and as well as explore.

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