Vietnam might just be the perfect choice for Digital Nomads.
It’s affordable, and there’s plenty to do, no matter where you choose to base yourself.
Da Nang is home to a thriving digital nomad and ex-pat community
Beautiful beaches and the proximity of mountains and national parks makes life here really enjoyable.
Hoi An is known as the most charming town of Vietnam, and rightfully so. Centuries of trade coming through its port means you can find a colorful blend of cultures here.
Hanoi is the charming capital city of Vietnam, where you can find a big ex-pat and digital nomad community.
It’s also the perfect place to use as a base to explore the incredible north of Vietnam.
Being the modern capital of Vietnam and a financial hub, it brought a lot of money and development. Here is a completely different vibe compared to Hanoi, where things are more traditional. It also feels much more open/spacious.
Nha Trang offers great water sports and activities, island hopping, and waterfall explorations. It’s smaller and more laid-back than Da Nang.
Phu Quoc is a Vietnamese island situated closer to Cambodia than Vietnam itself.
It's a small island with great food, a lively night market, and plenty of hotels and resorts.
Da Lat is a relatively new city, only 100 years old, with a strong European influence, as it was created as a mountain getaway for the rich in the French colonial times.
- All-year-round spring - Beautiful scenery and architecture - Surrounded by lush forests - Many rewarding hikes - Cute cafes and bars
Mui Ne is the perfect place for a beach getaway even from Ho Chi Minh City, as it’s only about 4 half hours away by bus/van/train.
This is the Vietnamese capital of kitesurfing and surfing. It’s affordable and offers great food.