Hello, Koh Lanta.
Long stretches of sunset beaches combined with the laid back hospitality of the locals are a few reasons why Koh Lanta is a popular destination for digital nomads. Unlike nearby Koh Phangan, Ko Lanta has a more relaxed vibe to it. Foodies will love the food options around Klong Nin beach.
Koh Lanta has become popular with digital nomads ever since the introduction of KoHub, Koh Lanta's first coworking space.
Koh Lanta is also situated in a great location, just two hours by road and two ferries from Krabi, a four hour drive from Phuket or a ferry ride from Phi Phi.
Women digital nomads are unlikely to run into problems in Koh Lanta.
The driest and busiest months on Koh Lanta are between November and April. December, January, and February are peak months with ideal weather.
Expect showers in May and June, however, the rain typically lessens in July and August slightly, then returns in September and October (the wettest month).
Ride Share: None, use local taxis
Tap Water: Unsafe To Drink
DTAC Happy offers the best rates, coverage and speed.
SIM cards from any telco can be purchased at the airport or at any 7-11 in any town.
Recommended Co-Working Spaces In Koh Lanta
Digital Nomad-Friendly Cafes
THE ASYLUM at Khlong Dao Beach
417 Moo 3, Ban Saladan
LIVING ROOM CAFE
692 Moo.2, Saladan
3/3 Soi Promsri 1, Sukhumvit 39
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