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Grab your laptop and work from the world’s most innovative locations

Working with a panoramic view of the ocean could seem far fetched, but remote working is becoming more common for professionals all over the world. All you need is a laptop, your choice of view, and decent internet connection.

Nomad List, a crowdsourced database, has compiled the ultimate list of getaways for digital nomads. Taking cost of living, weather, traffic, internet speed, air quality, and other factors, the database helps thousands of digital nomads find their next destination.

The list’s cost of living is based off a single remote worker living in a private room for up to three months and eating out three times a day. Here are some of the highest scoring locations.

  • Canggu, Bali, Indonesia : Cost: $1,263 a month / Internet speed: 20 mbps
    Canggu, Bali, Indonesia : Cost: $1,263 a month / Internet speed: 20 mbps
  • Chiang Mai, Thailand : Cost: $1,073 a month / Internet speed: 17 mbps
    Chiang Mai, Thailand : Cost: $1,073 a month / Internet speed: 17 mbps
  • Bangkok, Thailand : Cost: $1,399 month / Internet speed: 22 mbps
    Bangkok, Thailand : Cost: $1,399 month / Internet speed: 22 mbps
  • Buenos Aires, Argentina : Cost: $1,265 month / Internet speed: 7 mbps
    Buenos Aires, Argentina : Cost: $1,265 month / Internet speed: 7 mbps
  • Prague : Cost: $1,971 month / Internet speed: 17 mbps
    Prague : Cost: $1,971 month / Internet speed: 17 mbps
  • Ubud, Bali : Cost: $1,220 month / Internet speed: 6 mbps
    Ubud, Bali : Cost: $1,220 month / Internet speed: 6 mbps
  • Warsaw, Poland : Cost: $1,685 month / Internet speed: 19 mbps
    Warsaw, Poland : Cost: $1,685 month / Internet speed: 19 mbps
  • Sofia, Bulgaria : Cost: $1,334 month / Internet speed: 24 mbps
    Sofia, Bulgaria : Cost: $1,334 month / Internet speed: 24 mbps
  • Taipei, Taiwan : Cost: $1,810 month / Internet speed: 20 mbps
    Taipei, Taiwan : Cost: $1,810 month / Internet speed: 20 mbps
  • Las Palmas, Canary Islands, Spain : Cost: $2,252 month / Internet speed: 27 mbps
    Las Palmas, Canary Islands, Spain : Cost: $2,252 month / Internet speed: 27 mbps

 

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