Finding a coworking space in Chiang Mai is easy because it’s long been a hotspot for creative and digital nomads from all over the world.
The low cost of living, good quality of life, inexpensive activities, excellent internet speeds, and cheap food make it a prime destination for location-independent professionals.
Best Chiang Mai Coworking Spaces, Wifi Cafes & Places to Work From
Punspace is one of the town’s first coworking places to open right when the digital nomad scene exploded. The first branch is located in Nimmanhaemin (14 Siri Mangkalajarn Rd Soi 11) but they also have a second location near Tha Phae Gate (Moon Muang Rd Soi 3). The atmosphere at Punspace is lively yet peaceful, and it’s filled with hardworking young professionals. The facilities include 24-hour access, a meeting room, comfortable chairs, scanners, and printers. Punspace Wiang Kaew
has since opened up at the north end of the old city at 10 Wiang Kaew Rd.
Hub 53 (Along Canal Rd – south of the Huay Kaew Rd intersection) prides itself in being more than just a coworking space; they also offer terrific co-living facilities and amenities. They’re situated in a great location outside the old city and near the hip Nimman cafés. Hub 53 doesn’t just have world-class working facilities, they even have a massage chair and nap rooms because, let’s face it, sometimes you just need some kneading or rest after long hours of computer work.
CAMP is one of the city’s premier co-working spaces – located on Maya Mall’s top floor at the intersection of Huay Kaew and Nimmanahaemin road. If you need a reliable place with high-speed internet and a quiet ambience to be productive, you’ll find it here. This spot is also an excellent place to meet creatives, professionals, digital nomads, and other like-minded people.
There are so many cafes and co-working spaces around Chiang Mai that you could likely go to a new space every day for months. Have a look around and i am sure you will find a place to suit your needs and budget.