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Hoi An, Vietnam
" Amazing people and amazing co-working space ! "
That was my first time in a co-working space and now I think I'm spoiled !! Chau welcomed the two of us and gave us a tour to explain everything. In 2 minutes we felt like at home :) We found the Hub Hoi An very quiet and were able to focus much better than in all the coffees or restaurants where we had been before. The plus was definitively to join the community lunch and get to know everyone, as newbies in the digital nomad life it felt truly inspiring to meet the community :) Importantly the food at lunch was great and plentiful, coffees were perfect and their desserts amazing ! Too bad we could only stay for about one week, if we have the chance to come back to Vietnam we'll sure aim for Hoi An ! Thanks Sarah, Chau, William and everyone for welcoming us :)
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Rent a bicycle in Hoi An and cycle through the ricefields to reach the Hub, amazing views :)
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"One of the best co-working spaces!!!"
Was here for almost a month and have to say that this was one of the best co working spaces I've been to. Everyone is really friendly, from staff to members. Internet is blazing fast (for SEA), food is great (loved the communal lunch everyday,). Surrounded by rice fields and close to the beach / old town, you can't go wrong with hub hoi an! It's one of the main reason why I'll be returning to Vietnam P.S. - Thank you Chau (manager of Hub hoi an) for helping me find a location to fix Macbook, a true life saver!!!
"Vietnam's Nomad Home"
Hub Hoi An is everything I like in a coworking space. Great Coffee, Consistent and fast wifi, and a great community. Sarah, Chau, and team do a fantastic job at making you feel right at home when you are at Hub. I spent 3 months in Vietnam and was only planning on staying 1 week in Hoi An. After my first day at Hub, I decided I was tired of short stays and it just felt right so I stayed for 6 weeks. Hub had a nice balance of spaces (quiet, talking, private, naptime/hammock in the garden) and a ton of super cool coworkers. The highlight of my day was lunch, I used to joke prior to going remote that "I live for lunch" but every day I loved sitting around the communal table with a delicious meal and getting to know everyone else at Hub better. As a Nomad, there are not a ton of places I feel like I MUST return but Hub is one of them. I can't wait to go back, it is one of those rare places traveling that I just felt at peace, at home.