You have a few great options for where to live in Malaysia. The most popular places for digital nomads to stay are Kuala Lumpur and Penang.
Digital nomads and ex-pats have increasingly made Vietnam their home base in the last five years. Vietnam is small enough that you can travel around and see the country in smaller chunks.
Thailand is one of the cheapest places to live and a fantastic place to make your base. Especially if you’re looking to escape winters in most countries.
When most people think of the words “digital nomad,” they first think of someone sitting on their laptop at a local internetwork hub cafe in Bali, Indonesia.
Manila and Davao City are perfect if you’re looking for an ideal bigger city. Cebu and Palawan are suitable for those looking for a more island vibe, palm trees, a fresh breeze, and a simple way of living.
Over the last few years, Colombia has been slowly establishing itself as an up-and-coming major tourist destination.
Many digital nomads and ex-pats are scattered all over Mexico, most are located in the south of Mexico, but many also live in the capital Mexico City.
Chile is underrated not only as a country but as a place for expats and nomads to live.
It’s not one of those countries you don’t often hear about when it comes to travel or digital nomads located there, but there’s something special about Bulgaria.
Croatia is one of the most expensive countries on this list; it would be hard to live here with a budget under $2,000 monthly, including everything.
Portugal is one of the cheapest countries to live in Europe. In the last few years, Portugal has become a digital nomad hotspot.
Despite being the most expensive in this list of cheapest places to live, Greece is still relatively inexpensive compared to many European countries.