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DigestPeaceful Coffee Shops For Freelancers And Digital Nomads In Bangkok

Peaceful Coffee Shops For Freelancers And Digital Nomads In Bangkok

Peaceful Coffee Shops For Freelancers And Digital Nomads In Bangkok
Snooze Atlas (Image: Courtesy of FB @snoozeatlas)
By Mari Carmen Dávila & Julian Kim
July 30, 2019
A different office a day keeps the doctor away

1/5Snooze Atlas

Image: Courtesy of FB @snoozeatlas
Image: Courtesy of FB @snoozeatlas

Directly from Chiang Mai, Snooze Atlas is the perfect shop to work surrounded by nature in the middle of the city. Signature dishes here are smoothie bowls—Acai Sunset, Sunrise Sunrise and Midnight Summer—made with refreshing fruits, yoghurt and various grains. The venue is surrounded by clear glass bringing in fresh natural light, while the interior is full of plants that will definitely boost your creativity. 

95 Nanglinchee Road

2/5Luka Cafe

Image: Courtesy of FB @lukabangkok
Image: Courtesy of FB @lukabangkok

For those who like to work next to a good cup of coffee, Luka offers special blends prepared by a proper barista with single-origin and international mixtures from China, Japan, Israel and more. Or if you're a tea drinker, try their green tea spearmint, made with refreshing natural herbs. The place is decorated with leather couches, wooden tables and big long chairs, and plenty of natural light illuminates the inside. When you're hungry, make sure to try their breakfast burrito with quinoa, scrambled egg, cheese, sausage, tomato salsa and avocado chipotle salsa, as well as their mouthwatering avocado toast. 

64, 3 Pan Road

3/5Dexter

IImage: Courtesy of FB @dextersathorn8
IImage: Courtesy of FB @dextersathorn8

Warning: if you decide to give this wonderfully rustic coffee shop a visit, you’ll probably never want to leave. With some of the best brain juice (coffee) to fuel your inspirations as well as charging ports for your modern devices, Dexter is the prime location for those looking for a place to hunker down and finish that big project. Their scrumptious selection of Western eats offers the nutrition you need to maximise productivity, and if you find yourself working into the night, the cafe transforms into a bar, a perfect place for celebrating a successful day. 

56, 58 Sathorn Soi 8

4/5Case Study Asoke

Image: Courtesy of FB @casestudyasoke
Image: Courtesy of FB @casestudyasoke

If you've ever found yourself wishing you could just live in a coffee shop, Case Study Asoke is where that fantasy meets reality. This boutique cafe started as a creative collaboration between friends studying architecture and cuisine and has quietly bloomed into a quiet hideaway that’s perfect for the urban nomad. Offering all-day dining and fully furnished studio units that you can rent and sleep in, Case Study Asoke has it all. 

235 Sukhumvit Soi 21

5/5Storyline

Image: Courtesy of FB @storylinebkk
Image: Courtesy of FB @storylinebkk

Eat, talk, work. That was Storyline’s vision when they created this incredible co-working cafe meant to reflect the atmosphere of a cosy neighbourhood livingroom. From a design focus on wood, marble and natural light to a space equipped with expansive work desks, Storyline has thought of everything. If you need a little privacy, the café provides a conference room, too, for calls or meetings. Their menu, a mix of traditional Thai and Japanese fusion, is accented by their imported coffee beans and beverages.

3/3 Soi Promsri 1, Sukhumvit Soi 39

See more: Best Co-Working Spaces In Bangkok

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