29th July – 12th August 2018

Thailand & Vietnam

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Explore the best of Asia with Trawork as we go to Chiang Mai (Thailand) and Ho CHi Minh City (Vietnam) to ‘Trawork’. We take you to exotic places, innovative coworking spaces and even the nooks and corners of the city to give you first hand experience of life in Asia. Want to know why we chose these two cities? Check out some awesome facts about them!

CHIANG MAI, thailand

  • There are more than 50 elephant sanctuaries in Chiang Mai with approximately 2,700 domesticated ones. Since there are so many sanctuaries taking care of elephants in Chiang Mai, you will not find even a single elephant inside the city.
  • There are at least 10 hill tribes in Chiang Mai including the famous Karen long neck tribe who wear metallic rings around their neck all the time.
  • Chiang Mai is currently the No.1 digital nomad hub in Southeast Asia.
  • There are over 300 massive Buddhist temples in Chiang Mai.
  • One can enjoy the world famous Thai boxing bouts at various places across Chiang Mai.
  • Chiang Dao Caves is a 12 kms long network of underground passage and caverns. The network is so complex that tourists only have access to a limited area inside the caves.

CHIANG MAI, thailand

  • There are more than 50 elephant sanctuaries in Chiang Mai with approximately 2,700 domesticated ones. Since there are so many sanctuaries taking care of elephants in Chiang Mai, you will not find even a single elephant inside the city.
  • There are at least 10 hill tribes in Chiang Mai including the famous Karen long neck tribe who wear metallic rings around their neck all the time.
  • Chiang Mai is currently the No.1 digital nomad hub in Southeast Asia.
  • There are over 300 massive Buddhist temples in Chiang Mai.
  • One can enjoy the world famous Thai boxing bouts at various places across Chiang Mai.
  • Chiang Dao Caves is a 12 kms long network of underground passage and caverns. The network is so complex that tourists only have access to a limited area inside the caves.
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ho chi minh, vietnam

  • Cu Chi Tunnels assisted military personnel belonging to Vietnam to move across the city without the enemy knowing it. They are a huge network of tunnels which was used in the Vietnam War.
  • ‘Cơm Tấm’ and ‘Bánh Mì’ are two kinds of snacks which you can find on every stall on the streets. They can be had at any time of the day.
  • De Tham, Pham Ngu Lao, also called ‘Khu Pho Tay’, are areas where you’ll find backpackers and digital nomads from all over the world.
  • You will find almost entire city travelling via two wheel vehicles. It is easier to commute on them and they are also available on rent.
  • Native people of Ho Chi Minh resided in Prey Nokor and were called the Khmer people. They flourished for centuries until the Vietnamese took over.

ho chi minh, vietnam

  • Cu Chi Tunnels assisted military personnel belonging to Vietnam to move across the city without the enemy knowing it. They are a huge network of tunnels which was used in the Vietnam War.
  • ‘Cơm Tấm’ and ‘Bánh Mì’ are two kinds of snacks which you can find on every stall on the streets. They can be had at any time of the day.
  • De Tham, Pham Ngu Lao, also called ‘Khu Pho Tay’, are areas where you’ll find backpackers and digital nomads from all over the world.
  • You will find almost entire city travelling via two wheel vehicles. It is easier to commute on them and they are also available on rent.
  • Native people of Ho Chi Minh resided in Prey Nokor and were called the Khmer people. They flourished for centuries until the Vietnamese took over.
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