21 Nguyen Trung Ngan, D1

Saigon has its fair share of co-work spaces, but Dreamplex was one of the originals. Made famous by a visit from Obama in 2016, the company has grown ever since and added new venues in HCMC and Hanoi. We love Dreamplex 2 at Dien Bien Phu Street, a playfully designed space where creativity is contagious! Tip of the day: check out the quality of the chairs before you commit to any co-work space.

5th floor, 104A Xuan Thuy, D2

In District 2, you’ll find CO-SPACE, a co-working space specifically for women, aimed at collaboration between its members. We love the peaceful atmosphere, the bright interior and the professional meeting rooms. In addition to the work space, Co-Space provides great workshops (available to non-members as well) in various fields such as public speaking, photography or social media.

94 Xuan Thuy, D2

Also on Xuan Thuy, but a little more tucked away in the back, is the entrance to The Hive. Beautifully designed and not too overcrowded, this co-work space sets out to make you part of its international community. The Hive has brothers and sisters in other major cities like Hong Kong and Singapore. So if you are a travelling entrepreneur, you can pop into one of their other offices and make yourself right at home. Fun fact, they joined openen a beautiful new location in D2 called The Hive Villa.