Where We Go | In Depth
Our SE Asia Route...
Over our 3 month Nomad MBA journey, our tribe will live in 3 cities – each for one month and each in a different country. Our September tribe in South East Asia will head to Bali, Vietnam and Thailand – with cities being carefully chosen for the different landscapes and vibes they'll offer us:
In Bali, we're in Canggu, by some of the most gorgeous beaches and seas in the world – for a slower pace of life, and maybe even a spot of surfing. It's a fantastic place to relax, reflect and begin new friendships within our Nomad MBA tribe. And maybe do a spot of surfing...
We end in Hanoi, Vietnam – a whirl of commerce and culture that's heaving with new sounds, flavours and people. This is a city going through the rapid change of progress and bringing with it an interesting mix of the traditional and modern. One thing we can promise; you'll never run out of things to do here.
In each place, you'll be provided with your own private room, in a clean and secure location that's by your fellow tribe members. We want to create a real sense of community, and know that's only achievable with an awesome group of people that can gather in shared spaces regularly – and so we'll also provide a mix of shared living-spaces and co-working areas.
THE ART OF "SLOW TRAVEL"
We "slow travel" deliberately, so that we can genuinely 'live' each city – rather than rushing through like tourists. That means you'll have time to explore the surrounding areas, taking long weekend trips to nearby cities and sites, and you'll have the freedom to learn new skills, or sometimes to just relax and reflect – to simply be.
It also fits well with our prioritising of learning remarkable skills – we have the time to get acclimatised and settled into our new cities, so we can focus on our learning without constantly being upended.
WHY TRAVEL WHILE LEARNING?
New landscapes, adventures and people can give our minds new perspectives, fresh energy and be pretty inspiring... and when combined with our specific learnings can lead to some surprising insights. Trust us on this one ... it was this combination that woke us up to the potential of The Nomad MBA at the very beginning!
Being in new cultures can break our normal routines, which is useful for ending bad habits – and maybe even replacing them with better new habits.
Exploring new places together, exercising in nature and relaxing with friends are key parts of "high quality rest" for our minds; which is vital for efficient learning when we do sit down and focus on our online courses.