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Digital Nomad Destinations

Japan for Digital Nomads

Japan is an archipelago of some 6,852 islands located in a volcanic zone on the Pacific Ring of Fire. A nearly continuous series of ocean trenches, volcanic arcs and shifting tectonic plates, the Pacific Ring of Fire accounts for more than 75 percent of the world’s...

Singapore for Digital Nomads

Singapore has been on my bucket list for quite some time. When I got a House Sit there for over three weeks in 2017, I could hardly believe my luck. In the meantime, I have been to the Southeast Asian metropolis several times and it fascinates me again and again. I...

Malaysia for Digital Nomads

Malaysia for digital nomads? I’ve been to Kuala Lumpur twice this year and I’m planning to return to Malaysia to get to know other parts soon – most of all Penang with the old town Georgetown, which I hear is beautiful and awesome for expats and digital nomads. I...

Italy for Digital Nomads

Since my mother is Italian, I’ve been to Italy and mostly Sicily so many times that it’s impossible to count it. Additionally, I’ve done my semester abroad in Florence, living there for half a year. So, yes: Italy feels like home! That is why I wrote my very first...

Spain for Digital Nomads

Since I was in Spain for the first time in 2009 I did several trips to different regions of the country.Spain, Portugal and the British enclave Gibraltar are part of the Iberian Peninsula. In the north east it is bordered to France and Andorra. Other than the Spanish...

Mexico for Digital Nomads

  Mexico for Digital Nomads  I was touring through Mexico for almost six weeks in April and May 2016. I summed up my experiences and how suitable Mexico is for digital nomads in the following article.Mexico feels and sounds like it belongs to Latin America...