The Best Co-Working Spot In Hanoi

The Best Co-Working Spot In Hanoi? The Click Ticks All The Boxes

Looking for the best space for co-working in Hanoi? From multi-location shared offices to cosy cafes, there’s plenty of spots to get a bit of work done here. Hanoi has a huge expat community, so there’s also lots of networking opportunities.

There’s a few dedicated places for co-working in Hanoi, but many can charge 300,000 VND a day ($13 USD). Cafes are fine, but what if you need to take a business phone call, or your laptop breaks down?

Here’s where The Click in Tay Ho comes in perfectly.  Just 15 minutes from the Old Quarter, it’s close by Ngoc Van’s many restaurants, boutiques and the beautiful shores of West Lake.

The Click is in a beautiful villa and is completely free for freelancers, creatives and all co-workers

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The Click is spread over three floors, with a little rooftop terrace. Downstairs, there’s a large cafe-style space, with comfy sofas, chairs and desks. And yes, plenty of plugs for all your charging needs – international sockets included.

The cafe menu ranges from avocado on toast for breakfast, to nourish bowls, homebaked treats, coffees and cocktails.

The cafe

The wifi is blazing fast and did we mention there’s NO membership fee?! Simply buy a coffee or some other token of appreciation for the beautiful space and work away.

Upstairs, there are private meeting rooms that you can book for free for phone calls etc, and a quiet library room.

private meeting rooms

There’s regular creative events in the evening, such as life drawing, philosophy lectures, live music and film screenings

This makes The Click a great spot to get the head down for the day and get your work done, and then mingle with your fellow co-workers in a chilled out space.

There’s a community of nomads and location-independent workers, yes. But also a community of artists and visual designers. And a community of musicians who use the intimate performance space.

The Click is the perfect place for co-working in Hanoi.  Opening hours are from 8am-8pm Monday to Friday, and 8am-6pm Saturday and Sunday.


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Sarah Clayton-Lea
Sarah Clayton-Lea

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Thanks for the nice words – don’t forget that we have all kinds of cultural events, too, like life drawing, movies, concerts, standup comedy, etc.