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Chiang Mai, Thailand
" Best location "
We rent the private office for one month. The place is on a perfect location where you can easily walk to restaurants and coffee shops. There is also an outside space (with big beautiful tree!) to sit and be a little bit more chill. However we found that sometimes there is some issue wifi. But the BEST thing of all is that you will meet interesting entrepreneur and like-minded people. Chiang Mai will never be a lonely place again!
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"The First and Best Coworking Space in Chiang Mai - Where it all started!"
I started coming to PunSpace - Nimman two years ago when they first opened and was the first coworking space in Chiang Mai. Through there I've met a ton of great friends, business contacts and guests for my podcast, Travel Like a Boss. I continue to go there and pay for their monthly membership out of pocket even though I've been offered free memberships at other spaces and the fact that there is now free places like cafes and CAMP at Maya. My pro tips for getting the most out of PunSpace Nimman. 1. Get a monthly or at least weekly membership. Unless you are lucky or have great timing, you can't expect to meet tons of great people just by popping by on a day pass. 2. Ask people if they are hungry. Usually around 10am and then again for lunch around 12:30, people need a break from work and it's a great way to meet others by walking somewhere together and grabbing a quick bite. 3. The Nimman location is much more social (currently) than the Thae-pae gate location partially due to the layout, but also the type of nomads it attracts. Nimman has more entrepreneurs while Thae-pae currently has more programmers but that could change.
"Great People. Good Space."
I worked at Punspace shortly after it's opening several years ago (I think it was 2013 or 2014). I learned of it because the co-owner Euam was a recent acquaintance of mine. Along with her husband she gave the space a very welcoming vibe, and helped me settle in. Located on a relatively quiet street in the center of Chiang Mai, the space itself is small, which for me was a draw. I knew many of the people there, and it never felt like one of those huge open floor work spaces that you get lost in. One side of the space is all windows, letting plenty of natural sunlight in. The aesthetic is clean, modern, with a touches of wood which give it a touch of warmth. I never rented an office, just open desk space. Which means I just took whatever was available. So for me it felt like a modern coffee shop, though more quiet, with regular faces and solid wi-fi. I haven't been to the space in about 2 years, so I can't speak for what changes or updates they've made in that time. But if I'm in Chiang Mai again I'll definitely use the space!