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Hoi An, Vietnam
" Cozy Place for a Rainy Day in Hoi An "
Very lovely staff and immediately greeted at the door. The space is very open and relaxing with a nice garden in the center. Well designed layout with everything you could need to work productively for a day. I live in Ho Chi Minh City and will definitely consider more mini-trips to Hoi An for a working holiday! WiFi is great, outlets everywhere, laptop stands, wireless mice, and everything you need to be productive. Friendly staff, nice atmosphere, the location is a little bit out of the beaten track, but not more than a 5 minute Uber to get here. Must see!
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Cozy space for a rainy day
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This was my first time in a coworking space and i was blown away by the experience. The space is beautiful, even driving to Hub takes you past green rice fields. There are many zones to work in, my personal favourite; the glass house with an AC that makes you feel surrounded by nature yet insulated from it. They supply laptop stands, keyboards, mice and stationary. A highlight that i did not expect is the two chef team who prepare delicous lunches that are eaten communally with fellow workers. Thanks Sarah, Choe, Tinh and Bill!!