Mar 16, 2022 4 min read

10 Top Coworking Spaces in Chiang Mai [April 2022]

Between its rich history, cool weather, and abundant natural beauty, it has been dubbed "The Rose of the North." Chiang Mai is full of historic temples, cheap street markets to stroll through, delicious food, and dozens of fledgling coworking spaces.

Situated in northern Thailand, Chiang Mai is a favorite destination for many digital nomads, especially many SEO professionals and freelance workers.

Between its rich history, cool weather, and abundant natural beauty, it has been dubbed "The Rose of the North." Chiang Mai is full of historic temples, cheap street markets to stroll through, delicious food, and dozens of fledgling coworking spaces.

Below are ten of the best coworking spaces in Chiang Mai for your consideration when escaping to this picturesque mountain town:

1. Yellow Coworking

Surrounded by lush flora, Yellow Coworking can't help but relax and inspire. With 16,000 square feet of coworking space, finding a spot at the table isn't a problem. Its coworking space features a variety of comfy seating options, including lounge areas and booths with dividers so you can get a little bit more privacy.

Yellow Coworking is a home away from home for many digital content creators.

Unlike most other coworking spaces, Yellow Coworking has a dedicated fully-equipped YouTube room for content creators to record or stream videos from.

2. In The City Coliving & Coworking Space

In The City is a coworking and coliving space for digital nomads nestled in the heart of Chiang Mai. Instead of having to find separate hotel accommodations, you can pay one price to live and work in this unique, chic space.

Of course, you can just take advantage of their competitive coworking rates, too. Hot desk rates start at just 150 Baht per day or 840 Baht per week, with 24-hour access to the coworking space.

When you aren't working, you can relax in the lounge area or connect with other young professionals on the terrace.

3. Punspace

A membership at Punspace grants you 24/7 access to not one but two exceptional coworking locations in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Their spacious coworking areas are the perfect place for young entrepreneurs to network or work alone in a peaceful, welcoming environment.

However, if privacy is what you or your team needs, their private offices allow you to shut out the rest of the world and focus on business. And when it's time to host a workshop, look no further than their large, fully-equipped event space.

Best of all, both locations have a variety of delicious food options — for breakfast, lunch, and dinner — and free coffee to fuel your entire day.

4. Alt_ChiangMai

Alt_ChiangMai is the perfect respite for traveling professionals staying in Thailand. With collaborative and inspiring coworking areas, plenty of chill spaces, and natural greenery throughout, every workday is unique.

We know sometimes coworking spaces can get loud with all of the chatter, but Alt_ChiangMai has dedicated quiet spaces where you can escape for some peace and quiet. These are great because they afford you a little bit more privacy, without having to rent a meeting room or private office.

Alt_ChaingMai has flexible membership packages and visitor passes, so you can try out the space before deciding what package is best for you.

5. The Brick Startup Space

The Brick Startup Space combines an open-concept design with flashy colors to spur creativity and collaboration throughout the building. With high-speed internet, ergonomic seating, and access to printing and copying services, you have everything you could need in an office at your fingertips.

But what sets The Brick Startup Space apart from other coworking spaces in Chiang Mai is its unique Pre-Incubation Program. Through the program, young entrepreneurs can share ideas and get advice and support from seasoned pros in their industry.

Rather than just giving people a place to work, The Brick aims to inspire and enrich innovation.

6. The Hub Chiang Mai

Constructed from renovated shipping containers, The Hub Chiang Mai is a one-of-a-kind workplace, perfect for digital nomads who prioritize sustainability. Upon arrival, stop at the on-site cafe to check in and pick up a cup of coffee to start your workday.

The Hub has hot desks, private offices, and meeting rooms available to rent, with their daily hot desk rate starting at just 250 Baht. And with hammocks scattered around the area, you can take a post-lunch cat nap surrounded by the natural beauty of Chiang Mai.

7. Hub 53

For a refreshingly modern workspace, digital nomads in Thailand turn to the coworking space at Hub 53. With office equipment to support every career path, you have the opportunity to meet and collaborate with professionals from all walks of life and industries here.

In addition to their coworking space, Hub 53 also has private offices, meeting rooms, workshop space, and a spacious conference room that you can rent hourly, daily, or monthly. And with flexible visitor and member packages, you don't have to change your weekly schedule to fit anyone else's time frame.

8. Outerspace Chiang Mai

Outerspace is a simple, minimalist coworking space for remote workers who want to save money and don't need all of the frills that come with bigger spaces.

Just 200 Baht gets you full access to this intimate shared working space for an entire week. And with refreshments, lounge areas, and personal lockers, it's got all of the necessary basics covered.

9. Burisiri Cafe and Coworking Space

Burisiri Boutique Hotel has luxurious accommodations for all its guests, including those utilizing their bistro coworking space. You can purchase a daily, monthly, or flex pass to gain access to high-speed internet and a cozy, laid-back environment to work in.

At Burisiri, you have your choice between working poolside or in the air-conditioned cafe. Although there is no dedicated conference room, their staff can make accommodations if you contact them in advance.

10. Heartwork

Every inch of Heartwork is carefully designed to bolster creativity and productivity without compromising comfort.

Its two-story space has a wide variety of cozy workspaces to choose from. From couches to lounge on to large tables fit for your whole team, your options are wide open. And with a full food and beverage menu, you don't have to leave work to enjoy a delicious break.

As a digital nomad, you never know where you may end up. To keep up to date on the best coworking spaces around the world, subscribe to our newsletter.

Curtis Duggan
Curtis Duggan
Founder of Wayviator.com. Curtis co-founded a digital health company in 2016 and sold it to Virgin Pulse in 2020.
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