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Without the chaotic sweaty mass of a big city, Nonthaburi is the principal city of the district and province of the same name sitting on the grand Chao Phraya River facing the Gulf of Thailand in Thailand. It is considered to be the second city to Bangkok with the most populated city municipality in Thailand. Originally known as Ban Talat Khwan (aka Talat Khwan Village) it was established in 1549 and until the 19th Century Nonthaburi was merely a sleepy little fishing village. This village has become a bustling enclave with a mish mash of nationalities from Thai to Chinese, Indian and a few others.

The locals chatter in Thai, so it would be advisable to learn a few phrases before you hit the town. This is no tech hub, but there are still plenty of tech savvy locals and wandering nomads with laptops to warrant the opening of coworking venues, which has happened in the last few years. Thailand is renowned as being a hang out for digital wanderers due to its gorgeous tropical weather, low cost of living and friendly locals. The biggest tech scene happens in Chiang Mai and Bangkok.

Basically a smaller version of the capital Bangkok, Nonthaburi costs less and the people are friendlier. You can indulge in aromatic Thai food for a pittance whenever the mood takes you, as there is always a food cart somewhere in the vicinity with its little kid's plastic chairs sitting on the sidewalk. Temples and Wats dot the town for pious moments and you must remember to take off your shoes before you enter a temple or a private home.

Coworking in Nonthaburi will give you the opportunity to mingle with its tech savvy locals in collaborative bliss, whether there is a language barrier or not - plus you will be the recipient of many smiles.

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