More and more people are working online and remotely, with the bulk of digitally savvy young people moving to Southeast Asia under new visas. Photo: Getty Images
More and more people are working online and remotely, with the bulk of digitally savvy young people moving to Southeast Asia under new visas. Photo: Getty Images
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Which Southeast Asian countries offer digital nomad visas – and what are the requirements? Thailand and Malaysia welcome remote workers, with Indonesia soon to jump on the tourism bandwagon too

  • Over 25 countries offer remote work visas, including Spain, Italy, Portugal and Malta – but only two Southeast Asian nations do, despite the region drawing in millions of tourists per year
  • Bali, one of the region’s most popular travel destinations, will soon be a viable remote work base too, but watch out for income, work industry and education requirements …

More and more people are working online and remotely, with the bulk of digitally savvy young people moving to Southeast Asia under new visas. Photo: Getty Images
More and more people are working online and remotely, with the bulk of digitally savvy young people moving to Southeast Asia under new visas. Photo: Getty Images
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