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Adorable Co-working Cafes in Nha Trang Not to Miss

Last Updated on April 18th, 2019

Do you know that your trip to Na Trang and Vietnam, in general, is not complete if a cup of coffee is not in it? We are sure you’ve heard about it. If you are coming this way, to the coastal city famous for its beaches and offshore islands, don’t miss the opportunity to check out some cool cafes in Nha Trang.

Like any other city in Vietnam, there are plenty of unique cafes and coffee shops to choose from in Nha Trang. But what if you are looking for more than just a place with a good coffee? What if you need a co-working cafe where you’ll be able to gather your thoughts, concentrate, make a few calls and maybe work?

During our six weeks in Nha Trang, we’ve been to almost every coffee shop that exists there. Working in our rented apartment every single day didn’t appeal to us, so we were trying to mix things up and find co-working spaces outside the home.

From all the places we’ve visited we would like to highlight the list of our favorite ones. We find them to be stylish and professional enough.

If you are looking to work on your laptop, run some meet-ups, make a call and even take a nap in between your tasks (seriously, this is what many Vietnamese people do in the afternoon) then these great co-working cafes are for you.

City Fox Cafe

Two story building which almost never gets crowded. It’s facing a quieter street, so barely any noise is coming from outside.

You can choose between smaller tables with chairs or larger with cushions, both of them are pretty comfortable. Power outlets are ample and the wifi signal is strongCity Fox Cafe has a big selection of signature drinks and quite a few desserts.

Location: 27, Lê Quý Đôn, Tân Lập, Thành phố Nha Trang, Khánh Hòa

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LaMia Coffee

We’ve been to cafe LaMia dozen times. And every time we went there, we saw some locals working on their laptops as well.

The best time to visit is from the late morning to early evening when it’s empty and peaceful.

We believe it is a great co-working cafe, which offers indoor and outdoor seating with power plugs on both sides. Wifi signal is strong. The staff is incredibly friendly and helpful.

No food or snacks are on the menu, but the drinks are delicious and cheap.

Location: 650000, Phước Tiến, Khánh Hòa 650000

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Mia House Juice & Coffee

This is a true gem in the middle of hustle and bustle.

Once you walk in Mia House Juice & Coffee shop you’ll immediately forget about the busyness of the world, and get into the working mode right away.

Comfortable seating inside and out, lots of power plugs, quiet relaxing music on the background and yummy snacks and drinks will help you work productively.

If you get hungry in between your tasks, just step outside to grab a sandwich or a bowl of Banh Canh.

Location: 4 Trần Bình Trọng, Phước Tiến, Thành phố Nha Trang, Khánh Hòa 650000

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The Tea House

Away from center and tourists you can find a super cute tea house which specializes in bubble milk teas.

Except for a big selection of drinks this place offers co-working space in a unique setting. Very modern, stylish and professional. Reserve your spot on the couch and stay as long as you need.

Location: 37 Đường A4, Phước Hải, Thành phố Nha Trang, Khánh Hòa 650000

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Jolie Mai Coffee Florals & Events

There is something in the decor of this place that helps you concentrate on your working routine.

Jolie Mai Coffee is located on the busy street, but you will never tell once take a seat on a comfy chair.

Everything is pretty there, from smoothies to setting. This cafe is really tiny, but still offers enough of tables and almost never gets crowded or noisy. Not very loud music, a fair amount of outlets and wifi is good.

Location: 89, Hai Mươi Ba Tháng Mười, Phương sơn, Thành phố Nha Trang, Khánh Hòa

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KAT Coffee & Tea Shop

KAT Coffee is a favorite hub for locals. They come to this place to play cards, read a book, meet with friends and study.

We loved it for relaxing music and a cozy atmosphere that inspired us to work. The first floor comes with desks, second with a variety of couches and soft chairs. Wifi is great, plenty of outlets and pretty good coffee.

Location: 16 Lê Đại Hành, Phước Tiến, Thành phố Nha Trang, Khánh Hòa 650000cafes nha trang

Hoangtu’s Tea, Coffee & Fast Food

When we first walked into this lovely cafe, we thought it was a yoga place. Mats and cushions reminded more of a meditation center than of a coffee shop.

Fast wifi, courteous staff, incredible decor, extremely comfortable seating, cheap delicious drinks will guarantee you a productive time at this co-working cafe.

During the day most likely you will be the only visitor there. Locals start coming in after five o’clock. This place is not on google and none of the tourists visits Hoangtu’s Tea cafe. We can assure you’ll enjoy it as much as we did!

Coordinates: 12°16’10.2″N 109°12’06.0″E

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Harmoony Coffee

Not our favorite, but still very decent choice.

It is a relatively new co-working cafe in Nha Trang. Here, you’ll find excellent service and drinks, speedy wifi, comfy soft chairs and different sizes of tables. It also has quite pleasant music for you to concentrate or relax.

The reason why it’s not our favorite is that in the evening some visitors are smoking on the first floor leaving everyone on the second floor breathe the cigarette smoke. But if you come in the morning and spend until about five o’clock, you’ll definitely enjoy a day here.

Location: Phước Hải, Thành phố Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province

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Have you been to any cafes in Nha Trang that are not on the list? Share in comments what you liked and what you would recommend adding!

If you are planning to be in Saigon, I also have a list of awesome coffee shops there. Give it a read!

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Anya is Ukrainian-American who is absolutely obsessed with not only seeing the world as a traveler but living on each continent as an expat and digital nomad. She is the founder, editor and author or Road Is Calling. Her main goal is to share her knowledge of travel, hospitality business, online entrepreneurship and how to become an expat through finding jobs around the world. When she is not working on her blog, she is sauntering up mountains, wandering neighborhoods of a new city or simply mastering gluten-free cooking.

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