As a Digital Nomad in Thailand, I set out on a three-day journey to visit 6 different coworking spaces in Bangkok. These were…

1. Hubba in Ekkamai (including a quick look at Pah Space)
2. The Hive in Phrom Phong
3. OneDay Forward in Khlong Toei
4. Wolf in Silom
5. Launchpad in Silom
6. Draftboard in Chit Lom

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  1. David Bond
    March 25, 2016

    I spent a lot of time at the hive I love it the internet is super fast and the Asian girl who manages it is absolutely stunning.

  2. SoulVoice
    March 25, 2016

    Great Info thanks…was looking for a co work space in Bangkok…

  3. Dario Alexander
    March 28, 2016

    There is so much potential in most of those co-working spaces but people not interacting is just sad with there being so much potential to make new friends and discover new ideas.

  4. Maria Koin
    March 29, 2016

    If needed coworking in Phuket, I would recommend Stash. Very friendly atmosphere, great location, interesting people to meet and to collaborate. How do they gather so a lot of nice personalities in one place is still undiscovered phenomena, but already fact. Really great job guys) Internet is fast and stable, working places are fully equipped, cozy kitchen and more than that, they even offer accommodation. You can easy find them in Google.

  5. PM Keith
    May 2, 2016

    Another great video after the Chiang Mai one.

  6. Michael Hand
    May 18, 2016

    Chris – do any of the co-working spaces offer broadband hi speed fibre optic or is it all WIFI?

  7. beef quiche
    July 20, 2016

    man, thanks so much for this vid. you just saved me hours, maybe days, of research.
    do any of these places rent you a second monitor? I'm going to need one. I'll buy one if it's not possible, but I'd hate to have to carry it around with me each day to and from the work-space

  8. Michael Irish
    August 4, 2016

    Hey Chris, thank you for the info. Could you please clarify. I am looking at moving to Cambodia in around 5 year min, to set up business. I would prefer Thailand but the foreigner rules business are very sticked and leave the foreigner open to financial jeopardy. I am surprised that digital nomad cafes or open work/share spaces are so transparent. As my understanding is, if you don't have a work/ business permit (can't get without 51% Thai partner) you are breaking Thai laws. I have been informed that even sending work related email is illegal if you are on a holiday visa, even voluntary work is illegal on a holiday visa. Am I being misguided by youtube rogues? Would appreciate your input

  9. Sergey Smolin
    October 12, 2016

    Great video Chris!

  10. TuncayKURT
    October 29, 2016

    Thank you Chris for this list and especially telling us about the "vibe" and potential to meet other digital nomads (or wannabes). I have just discovered your channel and it is great to see someone had already done some of the trips I am planning in SE Asia. In the one month I have spent in Bangkok in last March I did not check any of them but will surely try these on my next visit (for 3-4 months probably) around December.

  11. Abhishek Mallik
    November 3, 2016

    Dude u r awesome. By any chance, are you dropping in India 🙂

  12. Mark Xavier
    January 4, 2017

    I suggest you other coworking like Trica, Hubbato in Onnut, and Bangkok 63 in Ekkamai under BTS

  13. Kay Flip
    March 31, 2017

    Chris, great video. Love the focus of your channel.

  14. Canal da Gerusa
    November 7, 2017

    what you do Exactly to earn money ??????????

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