Iglu
Thailand

Red Orange Co Ltd is our largest company with offices in Bangkok and Chiang Mai. Our Thai company specialises in providing software consulting services to companies of the Iglu network and local clients in Thailand. We are one of the largest remote working communities in Thailand with over 200 employees in the Kingdom.
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The Land of Smiles

Thailand has a long-standing reputation for being both a popular tourist destination and a second home for foreigners (known as “farang” in the local tongue). Thais are reputed as being kind to farang, making assimilation so much easier. That, combined with a bustling modern capital in Bangkok, makes the Kingdom of Thailand a top choice for a change of scenery for the budding globetrotter.

The Thai economy, currently driven by private consumption and fixed investments linked to infrastructure and tourism, is expected to grow steadily at a rate hovering around 4% annually. As with the rest of the world, more Thai sectors are becoming digitized, providing growth opportunities for tech-savvy experts. Therefore, the most optimal time to make your move to Thailand is now.

Employee Benefits

Iglu specialists have the option for a combination of a base salary and PRP, based on a generous revenue-sharing model.

All foreign employees at Iglu receive a Business Visa and a Work Permit, or a SMART visa.

You will receive a Social Security card that gives free access to a selection of private and public hospitals.

Work in modern fully-equipped workspaces in Bangkok and Chiang Mai accessible 24/7.

Iglu handles local admin tasks such as 90-day reports and taxation for all its employees.

Iglu organises mixers, weekly Thai lessons, knowledge-sharing workshops and yearly company trips.

Enjoy networking and collaborating with our community of over 250 digital professionals.

Our employees receive discounted access to private health insurance, selected co-working and co-living spaces, local GP clinic in Bangkok, mortgage rates and online courses.

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Bangkok

10/34 & 10/36 Floor 1A Trendy Building Sukhumvit Soi 13 Bangkok 10110

Thailand has a long-standing reputation for being both a popular tourist destination and a second home for foreigners (known as “farang” in the local tongue). Thais are reputed as being kind to farang, making assimilation so much easier. That, combined with a bustling modern capital in Bangkok, makes the Kingdom of Thailand a top choice for a change of scenery for the budding globetrotter.

The Thai economy, currently driven by private consumption and fixed investments linked to infrastructure and tourism, is expected to grow steadily at a rate hovering around 4% annually. As with the rest of the world, more Thai sectors are becoming digitized, providing growth opportunities for tech-savvy experts. Therefore, the most optimal time to make your move to Thailand is now.

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Chiang Mai

91/11 Moo 5 T. Suthep, A. Muang Chiang Mai 50200

Iglu’s Chiang Mai office is located on the southwest side of town, surrounded by lush greenery right next to the mountains. The office is easily accessible from the city center with just a short drive along the Canal Road. The nearby Wat Umong neighborhood is the new hip area with plenty of cafes and restaurants catering to the local student population.

Located in Northern Thailand, Chiang Mai is a transient city for employees looking for a more relaxed atmosphere than Bangkok, and still enjoy good blend of the exotic and the familiar. Surrounded by mountains, the old city has around 300 Buddhist temples with golden spires scattered across town.

Rich in culture but also full of modern conveniences, there are plenty of choices for cheap eats, coffee, and shopping. Another benefit of living in Chiang Mai is that it’s easy to get around, due to its compact size.

Chiang Mai boasts fast and reliable Internet at coffee shops and co-working spaces, where abundant networking opportunities with online global citizens can be found. Accommodation in this city is more affordable than the nation’s capital, making it a popular spot for extended stays among avid travelers, freelancers, families and locals alike. Due to its significant digital community, Chiang Mai is considered to be the digital nomad capital of the world.