Digital Nomads Thailand

Kuala Lumpur ranks ahead of Singapore, Jakarta and Hong Kong among the best Asian cities for digital nomads

In the world ranking, Kuala Lumpur ranks 18and between cities like Chicago, Barcelona and Ho Chi Minh City. In the Asian ranking, Kuala Lumpur occupies third place, behind Bangkok and Seoul; while Singapore ranks 31st. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia is among the top 20 places to work for digital nomads, according …

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TAT aims to revive the East Asian market

TAT aims to revive the East Asian market The agency wants to attract corporate groups, digital nomads and students A health worker takes a swab sample from a man at a makeshift Covid-19 testing site outside office buildings in Beijing on April 27, 2022. (AFP Photo) While many destinations are …

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I worked remotely in Thailand this winter – here’s how it was

Meagan Drillinger is a New York-based travel writer. She spent three months working remotely in Thailand this year as part of their Test & Go program. Drillinger says it was an inspiring place with convenient amenities for remote workers. Loading Something is loading. When I had the opportunity to be …

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Standard International’s new CEO on the new sense of adventure

Skift grip The hotel group is operationally ready to remove Covid changes like QR codes and on-demand housekeeping, according to Amber Asher, as guests again seek full-service hospitality. Matthew Parson There are a lot of words that most people would like to forget, or at least attribute to history. The …

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[email protected]: How to vacation like a pro, travel more for less

SINGAPORE — Since restarting travel last year, Mr. Aaron Wong, pro-traveler and founder of the MileLion site, has visited Germany, Australia, South Korea, Thailand and more. Mr. Wong is so familiar with the art of traveling smartly that his local travel hacking company, MileLion, shows more than 300,000 readers each …

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Lekha Shankar | With more flights, less Covid rules, Thailand eyes India

All eyes are on the Indian market, with Thailand scrapping many of its Covid-specific regulations to give a major boost to tourism in the country. Ten million tourists are expected in the country which had 40 million tourists the year before the Covid. From May 1, the mandatory RTPCR test, …

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Cheapest Algarve for Brits – The Portugal News

The Algarve region has been rated by Post Office UK as the most affordable destination for British tourists for this summer’s Eurozone holiday. La Poste looked at a total of 36 destinations worldwide and the Algarve came in third place. The Algarve region was considered the cheapest holiday destination for …

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Koh Phangan plugs into sustainable tourism

Koh Phangan plugs into sustainable tourism Objective 100,000 arrivals this year Foreign revelers enjoy themselves at the Full Moon Party at Koh Phangan in Surat Thani on April 16. (Photo: Supapong Chaolan) SURAT THANI: Koh Phangan aims to promote long-term sustainable tourism to attract more than just Full Moon Party …

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Ascott targets 150 Lyf locations by 2030

Serviced apartment group Ascott has set an ambitious goal of opening 150 properties under its Lyf “co-living” brand by 2030. Launched in 2016the Lyf brand is pronounced ‘Life’ and stands for ‘Live Your Freedom’, targeting ‘next generation travellers’, with a community experience including managers known as ‘Lyf Guards’. There are …

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Ascott plans major expansion for Lyf

Serviced apartment specialist Ascott is planning a major expansion of its co-living brand Lyf with the aim of having 150 properties by 2030. Ascott launched Lyf in 2016 as a brand aimed at millennial travelers who were looking to “live like a local.” Lyf plans to open its first property …

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Did we miss the crypto boat?

A representation of Bitcoin is seen in front of a stock chart and a US dollar in this illustration. (Reuters photo) Although Thailand has banned the use of digital assets to pay for goods and services, some organizations believe they can still be used as a future alternative currency. REDEFINING …

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MIDSTAY is the solution for remote working – Indonesia Expat

The BBC published an article last year on how COVID-19 may well have started the fast-growing digital nomad trend saying: “The genie of remote working has come out of the bottle…and as more and more workers become nomadic, the way of life has become mainstream: telling your family or your …

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Thailand News Update | Thailand to target Indian travel destination and weddings

Gas-powered cars are still in vogue, but electric vehicles, or EVs, are definitely on the rise. That’s the takeaway from this year’s Bangkok International Motor Show, which saw sales of some 34,000 vehicles, a 14% increase from last year’s show. The 43rd edition of the popular motor show was held …

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TAT presents the digital transformation of Thai tourism

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) showcased Thailand’s innovation approach to digital tourism in line with key strategies of the tourism campaign “Visit Thailand Year 2022: Amazing New Chapters” at the World Tourism Forum (GTF) 2022: Dubai Blockchain for Travel, which took place yesterday (March 26). Mr. Nithee Seeprae, TAT …

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Rethinking hospitality/real estate and the rise of digital nomads – two big shifts driven by the pandemic

“The total restructuring and overhaul of accommodation real estate” and “the rise of digital nomads” will be two of the biggest changes to come out of the pandemic, according to two leading investors who spoke to The Bridge series, episode 1organized by WiT and Phocuswright. Asked by Phocuswright Managing Director …

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Daily Podcast: Delta’s New Reclining Seats

Skift grip Hello from Skift. It’s Tuesday, March 29 in New York. Here’s what you need to know about the travel industry today. Rashaad Jordan Today’s edition of Skift’s daily podcast explains why Mauritius tourism officials are targeting global nomads, how Delta aims to expand its transcontinental market share and …

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What’s New in Asia – Times Travel

Thailand and Cambodia were among the first to reopen late last year, followed in quick succession by Sri Lanka, India, Bali, the Philippines, Vietnam and Laos, Malaysia and Korea du Sud due to throw the welcome mat on April 1st. The only notable resistants, for the moment, are China, Hong …

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Forget the pandemic, now might be the best time to travel

It’s no secret that the tourism and hospitality industries have been in tatters over the past two years. Travel restrictions have been put in place in an attempt to halt the spread of Covid and as such tourist areas have been closed. Countries used to receiving millions of tourists every …

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Here’s how to plan your sabbatical

Danica Nelson always wished she could take a “gap year” right out of college, but it wasn’t financially feasible at the time. So when she started making enough money to live comfortably, she started planning a sabbatical, or what she calls her “freedom leave.” Nelson, a 31-year-old senior director of …

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Thailand’s lifting of pre-arrival Covid test could attract Indian tourists

Last week, Thailand’s Center for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) approved lifting the pre-travel testing requirement for international arrivals effective April 1, 2022. This will reduce testing requirements for visitors to the kingdom to a simple PCR (polymerase chain reaction) test on arrival and a self-administered ART (rapid …

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Phuket pushes to pilot Digital Nomad visa

PHUKET: Rawat Areerob, Chairman of the Phuket Provincial Administrative Organization (PPAO, or OrBorJor) has submitted a formal request to the Deputy Prime Minister’s Office and Foreign Minister to create a ‘Digital Nomad’ visa for international visitors traveling to Phuket. The request was announced by the Phuket Info Center, operated by …

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Coffee, Conversation…and Reconnection in a Secret Garden Hidden in Bangkok’s Most Caffeinated Neighborhood | Eat Drink

At the end of a bustling soi in Bangkok’s Ari district is a hidden cafe surrounded by lush greenery. — Photos by CK Lim COMMENT, March 17 — Ari, one of Bangkok’s liveliest areas, is always bustling. Even if you wake up early in the morning when there is hardly …

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Decentralized finance as a new accelerator of globalization

Those who have studied history well may remember the city-states of medieval Europe. Back then, caravans of merchants traveled from one city-state to another, bringing luxuries and news from distant places. It is this way of life that allowed these traders to have freedom of mobility and choice. It is …

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Teachers are quitting their jobs to travel with kids and homeschool around the world

While many exhausted parents have to book family vacations during the school holidays, a family is free to travel with their children as they please. Emma Tryon, 36, and her husband, Peter, 37, say ‘the world is their children’s classroom’ and have so far taken their offspring to 18 different …

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Bali reopens visa on arrival for 23 countries and removes quarantine from March 7

Share the article Last update 1 day ago Bali’s government has unexpectedly announced that the popular destination will revoke quarantine rules and restore its visa on arrival program for travelers from 23 countries. This list of countries includes the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia, among others. This is …

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Grapevine: Barely a pension – Pattaya Mail

Barely a pensionMost Britons refer to the state pension for the elderly as ‘old age pension’, but that is a very generous description. It is simply a supplement which depends on the number of national insurance contributions you have paid during your lifetime. Still well under £200 a week, assuming …

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Best remote jobs, where to live, and advice from an expert

The pandemic has caused a massive change in the way people work and live. According to a new study, more than 15.5 million American workers now describe themselves as “digital nomads,” adopting a lifestyle that allows them to work remotely and live anywhere, whether that means working from home or …

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Powerhouses of Clubhouse – Who to Follow on Social Audio

In the dark ages of the pandemic, Clubhouse founded a “social audio” empire. While many others attempt to take the throne, none have captured its prominence. Why? Clubhouse has powerful speakers hosting and moderating rooms. These queens and kings hold court to talk about topics of entrepreneurship, love, and the …

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How a small country attracted enough virtual residents to fill a city

Image: Westend6/GETTY In late 2014, Estonia launched its online residency program, becoming the first country in the world to offer government-issued digital identities to people wishing to start and run an EU-based business from anywhere. in line. For the past seven years, the program has targeted entrepreneurs, business owners, freelancers …

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The islands of the Gulf of Thailand: how to choose the one that suits you best

Choosing the perfect island escape in Thailand is like buying cologne from a perfumery – there are just too many fabulous options to choose from! Your quest to choose the perfect grain of emerald jungle and turquoise sea could quickly descend into a state of dizzying confusion. But help is …

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Indonesia plans to scrap quarantine for Bali in April

Share the article Last update 23 hours ago Indonesia plans to ease quarantine restrictions for travelers arriving in Bali by April. The government is moving towards “living with the virus”. The country officially reopened to tourists on February 4, but it’s not easy to get there just yet. A government …

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Danish couple quit their jobs and now live as digital nomads in Thailand

Danes Sophie Schou Jensen and Mathias Lemvig Larsen had a great life in the city of Aarhus, Denmark, but always dreamed of a different working life and more freedom, so the couple recently quit their jobs and moved on. traveled to Thailand where they currently live as digital nomads. Sophie …

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7 Best Countries For Middle Class Expats

alexeys/Getty Images/iStockphoto Pursuing an ex-pat lifestyle is a popular choice these days. Many countries have a lower cost of living than the United States, which has made them popular places to live for years. However, before the remote work boom, the transition was not necessarily easy to make. You may …

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‘Visit Thailand Year 2022: Incredible New Chapters’ Envisions Transformation of Thai Tourism

The “Visit Thailand Year 2022: Amazing New Chapters” campaign was initially launched globally at the World Travel Market (WTM) in London, in line with the reopening of the country quarantine-free to international travelers from November 1, 2021. BANGKOK– The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) pursues its goal of revitalizing and …

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Ways to woo digital vagabonds

Sunset Hill Resort in Koh Phangan offers both a coworking space and a total of 42 rooms to accommodate digital nomads and remote workers. A new regime of working life outside of a traditional office environment has gained popularity amid the pandemic, giving rise to the digital nomad trend that …

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‘Visit Thailand Year 2022 – Amazing New Chapters’ envisioned the transformation of Thai tourism

Mr. Yuthasak Supasorn, Governor of TAT. The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is moving forward with its goal to revitalize and transform Thai tourism, with the “Visit Thailand in 2022: Amazing New Chapters” campaign and the formulation of a ‘DASH’ model to help revive the tourism sector and the Thai …

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Thailand, post Covid. What must change?

OPINION As Thailand begins to peek behind the Covid curtain, many expats and would-be travelers are wondering if much will change after 2 years of lockdowns, reopenings of lockdowns and back-to-school “plans”. Will we see changes in visas, ownership, entry requirements and trade laws? One of our YouTube commenters wrote …

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10 of the best countries for digital nomads

Digital nomads are people who work while traveling. These people work online; therefore, they can live in different countries as long as they have access to electricity, internet and other amenities. Being a digital nomad is interesting because one can accomplish one’s travel needs and at the same time earn …

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Dusit continues its light hotel development plan for 2022

SET listed Dusit International is sticking to its 2022 hotel opening schedule, developing a long-term strategy while implementing an asset light model. Dusit International CEO Suphajee Suthumpun said the company is on schedule to open new hotels in Thailand and overseas, including Greece, India, the Middle East, the Philippines and …

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Bali left behind as rest of Asia reopens for tourism

Share the article Bali, an extremely popular destination for backpackers, digital nomads and tourists before the pandemic, has reopened in all international tourists last week. However, Bali still does not receive international visitors. Only 45 (yes 45) international visitors entered Bali in 2021, despite the island partially reopening in October …

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Being a Legal Digital Nomad – Expat in Indonesia

Revolutions are generally defined as periods of fundamental change. Most people would associate them with blood and violence to end the rule of a government or political system and create a new one; think of France, Russia and China. But a revolution can also mean a sudden or complete change …

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Thailand News Today | Thai government approves 10-year visa program

The 10-year visa regime for wealthy foreigners and skilled professionals has been approved in principle by Thailand’s Cabinet, targeting foreign investors, highly skilled professionals and wealthy retirees. Experts say the 10-year visa program for wealthy foreigners and skilled professionals is expected to help fill the country’s anticipated digital labor shortage …

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Spain will create a digital nomad visa

Spanish authorities will unveil their plans for the digital nomad visa over the next few months in a bid to attract internationals who can live temporarily in Spain while working for companies or clients outside the country. Such a program would also help the Spanish economic sector to recover from …

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Internet speed in Greece at a snail’s pace

Credit: Nenad Stojkovic/ CC BY 2.0 Internet speeds in Greece – both at home and on mobile – are incredibly slow, as they lag behind the world average by six points. According to Speedtest Global Index, which compares international data speeds every month, Greece ranks 31st out of a total …

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Common Expat Varieties in Thailand 2022

Thailand has a lot to offer and it’s no surprise that so many foreigners want to live here. Some people come for a short vacation and never want to leave. Despite the pandemic, it seems that the number of expats is increasing every year and they come from all over …

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Modification of the entry ban – Immigration

Sweden: Modification of the entry ban January 27, 2022 Global Envoy, Inc. To print this article, all you need to do is be registered or log in to Mondaq.com. Key points Stricter entry testing requirements have been introduced for all travelers from 21 January 2022 Overview As of January 21, …

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Dusit maintains its strategy of opening hotels this year

Artist’s impression of Dusit Central Park, the mixed-use joint venture project of Dusit Thani and Central Pattana. SET-listed Dusit International is sticking with its plan of hotel openings this year, focusing on an asset-light model and preparing a comprehensive strategy for long-term success. Suphajee Suthumpun, Group Managing Director of Dusit …

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How the work-from-home setup amid the pandemic has affected employees and businesses │ GMA News Online

According to a study by SEEK Asia, Boston Consulting Group and The Network, some 85% of Filipino office workers have been forcibly transferred to a work-from-home (WFH) setup since the start of the pandemic. An episode of Need To Know addressed how the WFH setup has affected both employees and …

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Long-term Thai visa will boost condo market, association says

The head of the Thai Condominium Association sees the Cabinet’s approval of long-term visas for wealthy foreigners as a boost for the real estate sector. The head of the Thai Condominium Association sees the Cabinet’s approval of long-term visas for wealthy foreigners as a boost for the real estate sector. …

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Phuket Review: The Great Phuket Disconnect

PHUKET: There has been much discussion and error this week in the explanations given by Peerawat Promkladpanao of the NBTC Performance Monitoring and Evaluation Committee on internet connection rates in Phuket, with emphasis on 5G, and lots of jumps talking about basic cable connections. At present, what needs to be …

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Latest Test and Go rules add to health insurance confusion

Visitors to Thailand are often confused by conflicting health insurance rules. The latest Test and Go rules, from February 1, leave the health insurance requirement at US$50,000, or just over 1.5 million baht. However, the Council for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) reminds applicants that if their particular policy does not …

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City Guide: Where to shop till you drop in Bangkok

Bangkok is known worldwide for its markets, temples, street food, walking streets, tuk tuks and ladyboys, to name a few. But this bustling city also offers a dazzling array of shopping venues. From its countless colorful night markets delivering a bargain hunter’s dream to the glitz and glamor of high-end …

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How digital nomads have the best…

After the changes that have disrupted the professional and corporate world, many people, armed with their luggage, passports, laptops, good Wi-Fi and flexible working conditions, can now work almost anywhere while on the go – they’re called digital nomads. According to a 2021 report titled The search for digital nomads …

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Thai government to clear up crypto tax confusion

Thailand is stepping up its crypto taxation plans as it prepares regulations for digital asset traders this month in an attempt to further clarify crypto-related activities. The director general of the Thai revenue department said clear criteria for calculating taxes on profits from crypto trading will be finalized this month. …

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“Black Women Travel Podcast” brings together digital nomads

Digital nomad Wanda Duncan creates a stimulating environment for women like her. Share this article Black Women Travel Podcast founder Wanda duncan has been on the move as a digital nomad for six years. She has been everywhere from Ireland to Thailand to Malaysia and currently lives outside Tirana, Albania. …

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How Chiang Mai became the vegan capital of Asia

The city of Chiang Mai has embraced veganism (Christian Huller) As my purple painted night train arrived Chiang Mai a few weeks ago, on a Friday morning, I realized what little research I had done on Thailand‘s “second city”. Whether it was the religious epicenter of the country, full of …

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Remote Work Trends Are Gradually Advancing

The requirement for employees to be present in the office disappears, which means that the growing trend of “workcations” and the increase in the number of digital nomads should be able to help the Thai tourism industry to rebound more quickly. MBO Partners’ “State of Independence” report shows that there …

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Remote working trends are gradually advancing

BANGKOK: The requirement for employees to be present in the office is disappearing, which means that the growing trend towards “workstations” and the increase in the number of digital nomads should allow Thailand’s tourism industry to rebound faster. Photo: Bangkok Post. MBO Partners’ State of Independence report shows that there …

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Minister of Finance: too early to know the effect of the Omicron variant on the economy

Will the rapidly spreading new Omicron variant of Covid-19 have a big effect on Thailand’s economy? According to the Department of Finance, the answer may be solid. Finance Minister Arkhom Termpittayapaisith said it was too early to know if and how the Thai economy would be affected by the Omicron …

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Romanian parliament passes law introducing visas for digital nomads

The Romanian Chamber of Deputies adopted on Tuesday 21 December the bill regulating the implementation of the digital nomad visa program in Romania. The legal initiative offers digital travelers the possibility of obtaining a long-term visa for Romania. The Senate also voted in favor of the law in September, and …

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Grapevine: Myths of Thailand – Pattaya Mail

myths of thailand To end the year, here are some of the most common myths about life here. So you won’t believe a word of it in 2022. Happy New Year. Driving license It is commonly accepted that a driver’s license from your home country allows you to drive in …

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Lessons learned from the pilot projects

Passengers wait for an RT-PCR swab test to be performed in the arrival area of ​​Phuket airport, as the country welcomed its first group of fully vaccinated tourists without quarantine on November 1. AFP After last year’s peak season became a missed opportunity due to border closures, tourism companies started …

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Digital nomads are increasingly settling in Turkey

In a world where more and more people are changing or being forced to switch to online jobs and work from home, being a digital nomad is a new way of life. With its relatively low cost of living, Turkey is becoming an increasingly popular destination for them. Now based …

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The AZ that rocked 2021: the new digital nomads

SINGAPORE – Working from home has become the norm during the pandemic. The house could be a Housing Board apartment in Yishun or an Airbnb apartment overlooking the sparkling Adriatic Sea in Stobrec, Croatia. This is where Mr. Hendric Tay, founder of content media agency and travel publication The Travel …

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Thailand to set ‘red lines’ for crypto in early 2022

The Thai government is preparing a new regulatory framework for cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin (BTC) to minimize risk and improve investor protection. Bank of Thailand (BoT) to release consultation paper in January that will set ‘red lines’ for the crypto industry, Governor Sethaput Suthiwartnarueput noted in a December 14 interview with …

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Spain to introduce digital nomad visa

Spain will introduce new measures to attract digital nomads after the country’s government approves these measures. Thanks to the digital nomad visa, many talented people from other countries would be eligible to live in Spain and work remotely, thus contributing to the Spanish economic sector, reports SchengenVisaInfo.com. The digital nomad …

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Bangladesh FDI Imperative: Gains and Policy Options

Over the past five decades, Bangladesh has successfully transitioned to an increasingly manufacturing and service-oriented economy and has performed well in terms of social indicators. It has recorded average gross domestic product (GDP) growth rates of over 6% over the past 10 years and over 8% in fiscal 2019. The …

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US inflation hits its highest level in nearly 40 years, testing Biden

Dpa, washington Sun 12 Dec 2021 00:00 Last update on: Sun 12 Dec 2021 02:06 AM The month-on-month consumer price inflation rate in the United States also decelerated slightly to 0.8 percent, but it was higher than expected nonetheless. Photo: AFP “> The month-on-month consumer price inflation rate in the …

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Thailand – Residence and Citizenship Trends – Asian Wealth Management and Private Banking in Asia

Go to section: 1. Is Thailand an interesting choice for the Residence and for what types of clients? 2. What are the trends in residential and investment migration with wealthy Thai families? 3. What is the current situation when people seek to enter Thailand today? 4. Are there other government …

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Two large blockchain companies merge

Yellow Group is building a global financial information exchange network designed for Web 3.0 Internet of Finance Tweet this The Yellow Group is now focusing on the development of an ambitious distributed liquidity network for exchanges and institutions that can reach billions of transactions. Openware expertise comes from ten years …

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Pattaya Legal Corner: Today, all about Thai work permits!

[email protected] How is work defined in Thailand? The definition of the Foreigners Employment Act 2008 is “to engage in work by exerting energy or using knowledge, whether or not in return for salary or other benefits” . It is a very broad definition. In practice, it is not so clear. …

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Self-published author describes life as a digital nomad

Traveling while maintaining a stable income is the new way of life popularized by digital nomads. Brittany Tankersley | Photographer By Samantha Bradsky | Journalist Self-published author Paula Seymour leads a lifestyle organized by her ability to travel at will – or what she calls location independence. “I’ve always looked …

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Report Says Each Solana TX Uses Less Power Than 2 Google Searches By Cointelegraph

A transaction on the network takes less energy than two Google searches (NASDAQ 🙂 and 24 times less energy than recharging your phone, according to a report released Thursday by the Solana Foundation. The report states that a single transaction on its network uses 0.00051 kilowatt-hours (kWh), or 1,836 joules, …

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Democratic Senators Oppose President Biden’s Appointment to OCC Omarova By Cointelegraph

A group of five Democratic senators have reportedly rejected President Joe Biden’s candidate Saule Omarova as head of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC). Omarova’s appointment as banking regulator was initially opposed by three members of the Senate Banking Committee – Senators Jon Tester, Mark Warner and …

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Ethereum Bulls Expected To Earn $ 130 Million On ETH Options Despite Two-Week Slump By Cointelegraph

Ether (ETH) Investors have no reason to complain after the 344% gains accrued in 2021 through November 24. Still, analysts fear the November 19 stress test of $ 4,000 may form a descending channel that targets $ 3,600 by mid-December, an 18%. correction from current price of $ 4,400. Despite …

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Crypto and digital nomads could boost Thailand’s real estate market

With cryptocurrency being the new payment option of the modern age, many real estate developers are now supporting their payments through it. And, since it’s still new to Thai real estate market, experts say its growth potential is enormous. Since it can be a new alternative to real estate trading, …

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Thai lawmakers urged to approve tourist crypto to attract digital nomads

According to local media reports, a push in Thailand to increase gross domestic product (GPD) by targeting crypto digital nomads is approaching completion. The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has been planning to launch its own utility token called TAT Coin since September as part of a planned ‘cryptourism’ campaign. …

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What does fiber broadband mean for Thailand?

Thai e-commerce remains a key growth engine, with strong growth of 68% and 37% year-on-year in e-commerce and transport & food, offsetting the delay in the resumption of travel. According to the e-CONOMY SEA 2021 report, the growth of the e-commerce industry may compensate for the loss of the tourism …

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TAT urged to target wealthy crypto tourists

A new tourism ecosystem targeting global cryptocurrency holders could provide a huge boost to national GDP if the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) moves away from traditional marketing to attract new nano-entrepreneurs. A sign announcing the acceptance of bitcoin at Lim Lao Ngow, a fishball noodle shop in Siam Square. …

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Digital nomads stuck in the gray area

The coronavirus pandemic has boosted the popularity of remote working, and if Thailand is to attract the highest paid digital workers to help boost the economy, it must legalize the practice to accommodate these professionals. In some parts of the world, people leave their desks to work from their laptops …

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Thailand launches new incentives to attract wealthy global citizens and retirees

Foreign investors, professionals and retirees will be able to take advantage of a number of new incentives in Thailand, as the government seeks to attract high-income foreign residents to help the country recover from COVID-19. The Thai cabinet passed a resolution on September 14, 2021, introducing immigration, tax and land …

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Airbnb launches over 50 product upgrades and innovations to support the travel revolution

* YouGov poll commissioned by Airbnb finds that nearly 90% of all Thai respondents would like to work, live or travel differently, if they had more flexibility at work at least half of all recent nights in Bangkok and Phuket Bangkok, Thailand – In May, Airbnb presented its 2021 version …

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Lily Bruns, Draper Startup House

November 10, 2021 – Less than a month before Digital Nomad Week, the virtual edition with 10,000 nomads expected, and more than 100 speakers including TCN. Continuing our look at the keynote speakers, meet community creator Lily Bruns from Draper Startup House. Lily is an international community builder and content …

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Thailand to offer 10-year visas to wealthy foreigners

The Thai Cabinet recently planned significant changes in immigration policy and rules on foreign land ownership. The Cabinet plans to offer a 10-year visa to attract “wealthy foreigners” to Thailand by approving a selection of economic and investment policies designed to entice high-potential foreigners to settle in Thailand. The first …

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Thailand launches new incentives to attract foreign investors, professionals and retirees

Foreign investors, professionals and retirees will be able to take advantage of a number of new incentives in Thailand, as the government seeks to attract high-income foreign residents to help the country recover from COVID-19. The Thai cabinet passed a resolution on September 14, 2021, introducing immigration, tax and land …

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Youth travel. What’s on the plan?

Young people play a key role in shaping the outlook for each industry; and when it comes to travel, young consumers have a bigger role to play in influencing or even shaping trends. Looking at the experiences that young consumers choose would provide a clear illustration of what their plans …

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From the most bourgeois travelers to the most procrastinators, KAYAK maps America’s travel habits by state

KAYAK reveals how different travel habits are in the United States STAMFORD, Connecticut., September 29, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The travel landscape has changed dramatically over the past year. How, when and what Americans want to travel has changed. To better understand these changing preferences, KAYAK, the world’s leading …

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TAT plans to launch its own utility token

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) pioneered the idea of ​​launching its own utility token – the TAT Coin – to capitalize on a growing market of cryptocurrency holders, but must first consider regulations and viability. relevant before you start. TAT Governor Yuthasak Supasorn said TAT is currently in talks …

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Is the dream of the digital nomad dead?

Join Lauren Razavi on stage at TNW 2021 while hosting a panel on “Hustle Culture and the Burnout Generation”. With the closure of borders and the rise of remote working, the rules of the game changed overnight. For digital nomads, this has brought unexpected challenges – and new opportunities. Closed …

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Top 10 sustainable places in the world

Traveling is not only about seeing the wonders of the earth, but also about understanding our impact on it. More and more frequently, people seek to move from being a “tourist” to that of a “conscious traveler” by finding ways to maximize the positive impacts on the places they visit. …

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