No one can deny that the countries of Southeast Asia are classic favorites apart from Europe and South America.
Thailand might be the most well-known country for tourists as well as for digital nomads. However, you can take a look at Malaysia as an ideal place for digital nomads.
Malaysia has been growing in popularity as it is offering a low cost of living and a warm climate.
Malaysia shows no signs of slowing down as a favorite place for digital nomads to call home, at least for a while.
It has many benefits as sim cards are cheap and readily available, so staying topped up should keep any digital nomad logged on.
Malaysia began offering its digital nomad visa back in late 2022, called the DE Rantau Nomad Pass. for the annual income threshold of $24,00.
Digital nomads love Kuala Lumpur’s low everyday living expenses and 2 major airports, with quick connections to almost everywhere in the world.
Langkawi is a duty-free island, and therefore certain things such as alcohol are much cheaper than on the mainland.