Coliving is a community living concept for like-minded people to live, work, and play together. Living spaces are well designed, fully furnished, with incidentals and utilities covered by one bill. Catering to various living styles and tastes, the main value of the coliving experience is access to the community.
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Macau, sometimes spelled as Macao, is a remote worker’s dream if you are looking for a base that’s a perfect combination of both work and play. Coliving is alive and well here in this unique destination.
Macau is a part of the Special Administrative Region of China. Whilst it is small and often considered as just a stop for a day tour while in Hong Kong and China, one shouldn’t underestimate Macau as a coliving choice.
While the city is a part of China, it also has its own unique appeal. For one, it is often considered the “Las Vegas of Asia” because of its numerous casinos. It also has an old European feel as the city was once colonized by the Portuguese. Macau is also visa-free for 66 countries, making it accessible to digital nomads and remote workers who’d like to add more countries to their list.
You’ll find temples, ruins of Cathedrals, and stone forts if you’re not into gambling and exploring the shops. The Senado Square is Macau’s urban center and it’s famous for the neo-classical and pastel buildings.
For adrenaline junkies, Macau is recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as it has the highest bungee jump than all other countries. Should you dare to jump from 764 ft above the ground, you’ll find the attraction on top of Macau Tower.
Coworking spaces in Macau, while still new, do show a lot of potential. Coliving is starting to gain momentum here and more spaces are opening each month.
A few facts about Macau:
- Macau is the second richest territory in the world
- Because of the huge annual profits from casinos, the government pays its residents (both permanent and non-permanent) every year
- Macau is Europe’s first and last Chinese colony
- It’s where the first fusion cuisine was established. ‘Macanese’ cuisine is a mix of Portuguese and southern Chinese cooking techniques
- It’s the most successful gaming capital in the world and earns three times more in annual casino profits
From casinos to bungee jumping, shopping to excellent cuisine, Macau is the perfect spot for digital nomads who are all thrill-seekers. Hidden gems can be found all over the city, and coliving is the perfect way to live and work here.