Do you know the paradox of choice? The feeling of stress and anxiety that cripples up when we are exposed to too many choices?

Having a remote job offers endless choices on how to create the perfect balance between work and leisure. But sometimes, it can cause stress to choose how to spend the next week, the next month, or even the next few months.

Too many choices paired with time-consuming research in where to go to the best time of the year, how to get there, what to do, and how to meet new people can be frustrating at times, especially when you do all the planning by yourself.

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✈️ Ideal itineraries for December, January & February

Let us help you out here with some travel ideas on where to spend 3 months between December and February.

🇹🇭 🇱🇦 🇻🇳 Thailand - Laos - Vietnam

Bangkok - Chiang Mai - Luang Prabang - Saigon

[1] Bangkok. Photo by Te lensFix, [2] Chiang Mai. Photo by Photo by [3] Luang Prabang. Photo by Annika Hering from Pixabay [4] Saigon. Photo by Thach Tran

Starting the trip in Bangkok gives you all the possibilities of diving into food, nightlife, shopping, and events, before traveling to smaller towns. Chiang Mai is a popular nomad hotspot, for some the nomad capital of Asia. Make your way to Luang Prabang, a relaxed hill town in the jungles of Lao, nestled between the Mekong and the Nong Kiaw rivers. From Saigon, you can choose to either explore more of Vietnam or leave South East Asia for Europe or Bali.

🇸🇬 🇹🇭 🇲🇾 Singapore - Thailand - Malaysia

Singapore - Chiang Mai - Koh Lanta - Kuala Lumpur

[1] Singapore. Photo by Palu Malerba, [2] Chiang Mai. Photo by, [3] Koh Lanta. Photo by Bhattabol Noosri from Pixabay, [4] Kuala Lumpur. Photo by Zukiman Mohamad

The metropolis of Singapore is easily accessible from every corner of this planet. Continue to Phnom Penh, an upcoming capital in South East Asia, and to the tropical island of Koh Lanta, near Phuket and Krabi in Thailand. From Phuket Airport, take a flight to Kuala Lumpur, a great hub to leave South East Asia or explore other countries, such as Vietnam or the Philippines.

🇻🇳 🇰🇭 🇹🇭 Vietnam - Cambodia - Thailand

Saigon - Phnom Penh - Koh Lanta - Bangkok

[1] Saigon. Photo by Thịnh La, [2] Phnom Penh. Photo by allPhoto Bangkok from Pixabay, [3] Koh Lanta. Photo by Bhattabol Noosri from Pixabay, [4] Bangkok. Photo by Chait Goli

Starting the trip in Saigon gives you all the possibilities of diving into food, nightlife, shopping, and events, before traveling to Phnom Penh, an upcoming capital in South East Asia. Continue to the tropical island of Koh Lanta, near Phuket and Krabi, before ending the winter in Bangkok, the perfect hub to leave South East Asia to Europe or Bali.

🇨🇴 🇵🇦 🇨🇷 Colombia - Panama - Costa Rica

Medellin - Panama City - Bocas del Toro - San José - Nosara - Santa Teresa

[1] Medellin. Photo by Daniel Vélez Holguín, [2] Panama City. Photo by salonicI from Pixabay, [3] Bocas del Toro. Photo by Sabine Lange from Pixabay, [4] Costa Rica

Starting your trip in Medellin brings you to one of Latin America's top nomad destinations. Medellin is located on hills, surrounded by Colombian jungle. From Medellin take a short direct flight to Panama City, a modern metropolis with good access to Bocas del Toro, the beautiful island area in the northwest corner of Panama. Bocas del Toro offers direct connections to San José in Costa Rica, where you either stay or continue your trip to the beaches of Nosara or Santa Teresa.

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