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Anyone that resides in northern Europe knows how uncomfortable winters can be and with the emergence of remote working, many people actually have a choice where they live, and most are looking to spend the winter in a tropical climate. Here is our top 5 list of holiday destinations to escape the freezing European winter.
The high season in the Royal Kingdom of Thailand happens to be from November to February, which is the time to move to a warmer climate. Many digital nomads can be found in Phuket, Samui Island and Hua Hin, all enjoying the sunshine and the unique Thai culture. Booking early is recommended; a poolside villa is the ultimate for a winter getaway and prices are reasonable when compared to other destinations.
No list of 5-star luxury beach destinations would be complete without the Maldives; renting a luxury villa in the Maldives for several months is the perfect solution for the digital nomad who loves luxury living. The climate is always warm in this part of the Indian Ocean; check online for climate details in the Maldives and book a luxury villa that offers privacy and seclusion.
What’s not to like about the top beach resorts in Vietnam? Hoi An awaits the tourist who is looking for a beach paradise location with a difference. You can work when necessary from your luxury villa, while there are many cool activities for your free time and very vibrant nightlife! Take an hour to browse online for information on Hoi An, which is a beach city in Central Vietnam that caters for luxury holiday-makers. We do recommend booking early for the lowest rates in order to avoid disappointment. Here are a few short holiday ideas to consider.
4. Goa, India
This used to be a hub for the 1960s hippies who discovered Krishna and hash! This State is located on the southwest coast of India and the cost of living is still relatively low when compared to Europe and Goa isn’t as developed as you might think. From October to March is when you find many Europeans fleeing the sub-zero temperatures, with a choice of hotels, resorts and villas along the coast.
5. Bali, Indonesia
Always a firm favourite for Australians, Bali is an exotic island that European travellers stumbled upon in the late 1990s and the rest is history. Stable Internet is perfect for remote working, while low-season prices are very attractive and there are amazing last-minute cancellation deals if you can fly at short notice. Bali is a mixture of vibrant beach life, local arts and a level of serenity that isn’t found anywhere else, which is why so many Europeans are smitten with this unique island.
Whether you choose a luxury villa in the Maldives, the serenity of Bali or the sheer beauty of Hoi An, book early to avoid disappointment and have the best holiday destinations to escape the European winter.