The new world work order is here. As more companies go digital and adopt flexible work arrangements, our days of spending 9-to-5 in a physical office could well be over.
In July this year, I had the opportunity to work remotely for a month so long as I stuck to my Singapore office hours. While everyone has their own criteria for what makes the perfect remote-work destination, I considered factors like the time zone, cost of living and dining options.
Bangkok was naturally an easy choice for me. Having been there before, I felt comfortable knowing I could spend a month in the city without getting bored. Here’s what you should keep in mind if you plan on working remotely in Bangkok.