Koh Mak, a lesser-known Thai island, is a great choice for remote workers looking for a peaceful escape. With its lush greenery, fewer tourists, and worldclass workspaces, Koh Mak is the perfect place to focus on your work and enjoy the beauty of Thailand.
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The Cyprus Digital Nomad Visa allows remote workers to stay in Cyprus for one year, with the option to extend for two additional years.
Curaçao's digital nomad visa, known as the @Home in Curaçao, allows foreigners to stay on the island for up to six months, with the option to renew.
Croatia's Digital Nomad Visa program gives foreigners one year in the country with the option to renew. The program also offers residency opportunities once the digital nomad visa expires.
Costa Rica's Remote Work and Stay Visa allows foreigners to stay and work for up to a year, with a possible extension for another year.
Colombia's Visa V for Digital Nomads allows digital nomads to live and work in Colombia for up to two years.
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