Extreme Nomads Guide
To Thailand


If you are one of the many digital nomads who has wandered around Southeast Asia, chances are Thailand needs no introduction for you. After all, Chiang Mai is already considered a world’s top nomad destination by many, and has recently started to seriously challenge the longstanding reign of Bali, its Indonesian neighbour.

Thailand’s biggest draw isn’t the easy climate, or the tasty food, or even its beautiful islands, coasts and mountains. People come here for all of that, but the reason why so many come back is without a doubt the kindness and contagious happiness of the people.

And of course, it’s an awesome destination for sports lovers, with world class destinations for everything from mountain biking, wakeboarding, kitesurfing, surfing, paragliding, SUPing or rock climbing.


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