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Coliving in Laos


Coliving in Laos

Asian countries have always been the top choice of remote workers all over the world. The cost of living is relatively cheap, the food is varied and fresh, and the weather entices many people to choose a coliving space on this continent.

For digital nomads who would like to immerse themselves in a country thriving with nature and culture, Laos is one Southeast Asian country you can consider. The coliving trend is still fairly new to this country but you’ll find a few establishments throughout the People’s Democratic Republic of Laos, or PDR. The locals say that PDR stands for “Please Don’t Rush”.

If you want the city life that’s close to other remote workers and travelers like you, then you’ll find a variety of coliving spaces in the country’s capital, Vientiane. The capital houses the country’s most famous national monument — That Luang. It is considered as Laos’ symbol of nationalism.

After work, you have a plethora of sightseeing opportunities and adventures to choose from. Tourist attractions often include temples, French colonial buildings, the Mekong river, and other nature-centric spots. This landlocked country is just a few hours away from countries such as Thailand and Vietnam, and it is easy to head to your next coliving destination by train, bus or plane.

Fun facts about Laos:

- Laotians are said to be the highest consumers of rice, even referring to themselves as “luk khao niaow” or “children of sticky rice”
- The traditional Laotian iced coffee is served with a large amount of condensed milk and placed in a plastic bag, not a cup!
- The country has a nationwide curfew at midnight
- There’s no ocean in the country since it’s landlocked but you’ll find thousands of other islands nearby and Laos has many beautiful waterfalls.
- French influences can be found throughout the country
- Laotians hold large-scale water fights on New Year as it’s considered as a blessing
- Laos has a quiet ambiance that’s perfect for digital nomads who want to escape a busy and urbanized setting

With Laos’ vibrant culture, chill ambiance, and proximity to other Southeast Asian countries, it’s an absolute haven for digital nomads looking for both adventure and a laidback coliving lifestyle.

What is coliving?

Coliving is a new trend amongst millennials for renting shared apartments. Whether you're moving to Laos for work or just looking for a new apartment, coliving in Laos is a good way to save money and live with like-minded people. Co-living places people from different backgrounds together and encourages them to interact, collaborate and form new friendships. When compared to dorms, coliving is much more attractive, since it's relatively inexpensive, all-inclusive and allows you to rent a furnished room with an individual lease.

Why book coliving in Laos?

Looking for a room for rent in Laos? Look no further! offers quality, trusted coliving spaces in Laos with all the amenities you need - and we offer them all at an affordable price. Finding the perfect coliving space in Laos is easy and convenient. New residents can explore a variety of rooms online and apply for a spot that fits their needs. All coliving spaces in Laos include furniture and amenities in the same bill.

How it works

3 simple steps

1. Apply

Applying is easy. Once you've found the perfect room, click "Reserve" and provide some background information - all within 5 minutes.
Get approved

2. Get approved

We carefully look at your application and your profile to determine if you match our community. You may be asked follow-up questions or to provide more details about yourself.
Move in and enjoy

3. Move in and enjoy

Once your booking is confirmed, pack your bag and begin your next coliving journey!

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