Digital nomads in Bangkok


Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, is widely known for its extravagantly decorated shrines and hectic streets. It's said to be a complete package with adequate development in terms of technology, food, tourist attractions, and employment for those who come to seek for a better life.

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1) Why should I live in Bangkok?

The weather: Bangkok is famous for having hot weather all year round, with a few rainy seasons. April is the hottest month in Bangkok with an average temperature of 87 ° F, and the coldest is December at 79 ° F. September is by far the rainiest month, although the season extends from May to September doesn't mean it rains all the time

Internet: One important thing that you need to run your offline or online business is to access a quality Internet. In general, Bangkok offers an average Internet speed of 27 Mbps, You will also find it easy to access free Wi-Fi in the city.

Safety: The city is relatively safe but it is also a huge and lively city with a large number of tourists. For this reason, there are many pickpocketers and bag robbers, so always be careful with your belongings. When it comes to staying safe, you should especially pay attention to taxis, street vendors. By always being careful, you will not risk anything.

Cost of living: In Thailand, the currency is Baht (THB), and $ 1 = ฿ 33. Above all, you will need to make sure you have cash, as many places do not accept cards.

Bangkok also has a reputation for its industriousness and sophistication in terms of architecture and forms of recreation. Delicious food is easy to access, with famous Thai street food costing around 200 ฿ for a full meal. Even in the center, you will find it easy to find tasty choices of food at reasonable prices. The city is filled with a limitless number of supermarkets scattered locally.

2) Where should I live in Bangkok?

Sukhumvit, which is one of the main arteries of Bangkok is a huge district that combines assets for daily life. It is rich in shops and restaurants offering cuisines from different cultures around the world. The nightlife is also very vibrant, making itself an impeccable attraction for tourists and expatriates to come and spend their time here.

On Sukhumvit Road, there is also the Asoke district which offers you the same advantages as Sukhumvit. It has several large shopping centers (notably the Terminal 21) with many shops, restaurants, and cinemas. Benjakiti Park, a green space surrounding a lake, is also nearby. Silom and Sathorn, commonly known as the financial districts in the area, are located in the south of Bangkok.

Silom is one of Bangkok's business districts, but the place has more than just offices or workspaces. Numerous hotels, restaurants, nightclubs also make it a popular leisure spot at night.

The southern part is more residential and family-friendly. This district has the advantage of being very close to Bangkok’s largest park, the Lumphini. The Sathorn district has the same characteristics as Salom which it adjoins. These neighborhoods are very popular with expatriate families for their calmness and security, and the range of amenities, including international schools, hospitals ...and so on.

Thonglor and Ekkamai are neighborhoods (the two names correspond to those of two neighboring streets) and are famous for their chic bars, shops, nightclubs, and trendy restaurants. They are undoubtedly trendy and highly-recommended by wealthy Bangkokers and expatriates.

Nearby, renowned hospitals (which will never be lacked in Bangkok), like the Samitivej Hospital, are also included.

3) Where can I work in Bangkok?

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