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Working Remotely: How To Become a Digital Nomad in Vietnam  

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Kaylin
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If you're considering a move to Vietnam as a digital nomad, you've made a great choice! Vietnam is an incredibly beautiful country with friendly people and a rich culture. The cost of living is very low, which means you'll be able to save a lot of money while you live and work here. And there's no shortage of things to do and see in your free time! In this blog post, we'll give you some…

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For anyone considering working remotely in Vietnam, this article is a must-read. The tips and advice provided can really help you make a smooth transition and enjoy your experience as a digital nomad.

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I've never thought about working remotely in Vietnam before, but this article has definitely piqued my interest! I'm curious to learn more about the local culture and how it might impact my experience as a digital nomad. Maybe it's time to start planning a trip!

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Reading about the experiences of digital nomads in Vietnam has me thinking about the many different ways that we can approach work and travel. It's inspiring to see how people are finding creative solutions to balance their careers and their passions. I'm definitely inspired to explore new ways of living and working myself.

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I love the idea of doing this but because I want marriage and children, it would not be ideal and is the only thing really stopping me from doing it. I would love to eventually do this though, after my kids are all grown up.

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I like these informational pieces. It is not something I have ever considered but I love learning the process and thinking of the possibility of myself being in those shoes. It is not for me but I hope others that love Vietnam and enjoy this kind of life do it!

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I would love this for a retirement plan. Like working from a laptop when I am older and being able to enjoy Vietnam for longer than a week or two. I know someone who is doing this in Japan and I am so jealous! 

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I had an opportunity to do something like this. It would have been for 6 months but I just couldn't do it. I have pets that rely on my and I have bills and such. I don't own a home I rent so I couldn't just leave the country for 6 months. 

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Vietnam is a great choice for digital nomads and this blog post provides some excellent advice on how to make the transition

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I'm excited to learn more about the opportunities that Vietnam has to offer digital nomads!

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I would recommend living in Ho Chi Minh City if you're looking for a party scene.

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