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KoHub's co-working space in Ko Lanta, Thailand.

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Hubud in Bali, a key co-learning and co-working space.

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Nomad's land

Forget the daily commute to the office. In future, you could be working for any company in the world from anywhere in the world. Being a digital nomad - that's a remote working person - could be the way to go.
Apr 29, 2017 5:50 AM

HERE'S a typical work day for Hazel Teng, digital marketer for a Singapore start-up: yoga, breakfast and a six-minute bicycle ride from her apartment to KoHub's co-working space in Ko Lanta, Thailand.

After work, she's at the pool or beach watching the sunset, then it's back to KoHub for

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