Thailand is known for being a popular location for digital nomads and Chiang Mai is no different with a good selection of dedicated coworking spaces where you can sit down, plug in, and log in to get that work done in comfort.
Here are the spots that made our list:
Punspace Tha Phae Gate – Peaceful and spacious, the Tha Phae Gate location of Punspace (this company has are 3 coworking spaces around the city) benefits from having a coffee shop right downstairs and a MakerSpace next door. It’s a place where your productivity will be at its highest with the option to work at an individual sitting or standing desk, shared-table, or on a comfy sofa and you can choose between working inside or outside.
Punspace Nimman – A vibrant workspace with an office-like atmosphere where some of the hippest digital nomads can be found working away. When it’s time to take a break you can relax in the beautiful green courtyard outside, you’ll find beer in the fridge and like-minded people who are sure to become friends and collaboration partners.
M-A-N-A – A small and quiet coworking space that’s reasonably priced with flexible hourly or day plans. M-A-N-A provides free water, tea, and coffee to keep you hydrated and clear-minded through the day as you go about building your empire. M-A-N-A is a great place to head when you need to focus.
The Brick Space – Individual desks in an open-plan space benefit from having lockers so you can lock up your laptop and notes when you want to head out for lunch. There are also individual meeting rooms and private offices along with special events, The Brick having a true Startup and Collaboration vibe rather than ‘just’ being a coworking space.
Heartwork the Sharing Space – A casual and cozy cafe and coworking space for sharing and creating your hearts work. Benefitting from a bright and airy space that is beautifully designed, it’s perfect for reading, writing, and creating. Choose to create your hearts work upstairs or downstairs at a desk, sofa, or low table knowing that a delicious drink or snack is seconds away.
Addicted to work – A friendly space where you can work as well as relax in a cozy and quiet environment. With most plans including a free drink and snack, you’ll also be able to keep those energy levels topped up as the creative juices flow. This coworking space isn’t too crowded ensuring you can focus, the perfect place to get some work done.
StarWork Chiangmai – A shared-office space along with private serviced offices, meeting rooms, and event space, StarWork gives you bang for your buck with an additional outdoor workspace, tranquil waterfall when you need to de-stress after a difficult client call, fitness center, cafe, parking, and more. You’ll find a range of restaurants on the doorstep of this relaxed and well positioned coworking space.
Hub53 Coworking and Coliving Space – This spacious and comfortable coworking space is great for socializing and sharing ideas with like-minded people but also getting down to work. Its unique selling point is a nap room along with a massage chair when you need to hit the pause button but it’s not just a co-working space, there’s also a co-living space too!
Kitncaboodle – A small community run co-working and co-living space that feels like home. With a focus on team projects and sharing knowledge with like-minded people, you’ll be able to get to work at an individual desk with more than enough outlets to charge all of your gadgets. There’s plenty of tea to keep you hydrated and refreshed through the day too.
Punspace Wiang Kaew – Get to work in a unique space; a renovated soda bottle factory with large courtyard space at the front. A good place to meet people, including the friendly staff, this coworking space has a great environment with a fridge full of beer when you need to take a break!
Tal Gur is a world traveler and personal development enthusiast. An adventurer at heart, after trading his daily grind for a life of his own daring design, Tal spent a decade pursuing 100 major life goals around the globe. His journey continues as a location-independent blogger, lifestyle entrepreneur, and coach. Tal’s published two books: One Year to Freedom, a 1-Year Roadmap to Living Life on Your Own Terms; and, his most recent book and bestseller, The Art of Fully Living – 1 Man, 10 Years, 100 Life Goals Around the World.