Bangkok, the city that never really stays the same and always on the lookout on how to make itself more attractive to the growing population of Remote Workers and Digital Nomads.
Ravipha Residences apartment building is located a bit outside the bustling city center in the Vibhavadi area close to Don Mueang International Airport, with walking distance to Bon Marche market and Tops supermarket. Ravipha Residences...
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People say Bangkok has it all, and It's entirely accurate when it comes to finding a quiet area to get some work done, either at one of the countless coffee shops or co-working spaces, each trying to offer a unique experience by providing dedicated work areas or even a small private office with gigabit internet and most will even stay open 24/7.
Getting around in Bangkok is relatively straightforward, if you, however, can decide between the many public transportation options, most of the inner city is easily accessible by BTS and MRT and is the preferred choice of transportation, however flagging down a Taxi is just as easy or taking a ride on the back of a motorbike for shorter trips.
Discover our handpicked favorite spots in Bangkok
You're spoiled for choices when it comes to restaurants in Bangkok you'll find anything from fantastic street food to Michelin restaurants; however most places carter to a more budget-friendly dining experience and tipping is generally not expected, but a small gratuity is relatively common especially if service has been provided throughout the course.