Where Are TurboVPN Servers Located? (Full List)

TurboVPN is an up and coming Premium VPN provider based in Singapore, but how many servers does it offer, and where exactly are these servers located?

TurboVPN offers 21,000+ servers in 48 countries worldwide, with the USA, Europe and South East Asia particularly well covered. The USA is also well represented, with servers in 17 different locations across the country. Unlike many VPNs, servers are also offered in China, Iran and Russia.

Therefore TurboVPN has a more unique business model, offering servers in fewer countries overall than most Premium VPN services, but many more servers within those countries than other providers.

Being based in Singapore, Asia and South East Asia is also particularly well represented with TurboVPN, covering more countries than many other VPNs. They do offer servers in Asia and The Far East that you might struggle to find with other VPNs, so they can definitely be a good choice for more niche users who need certain specific IP locations.

Let’s look at TurboVPN’s server locations in more detail, looking closely at where they do and also DON’T have servers, before comparing it’s country/server selection to other VPN providers in the market.

TurboVPN Full Server List

Here’s a full list of server locations (currently 48 countries) offered by TurboVPN, together with specific multiple locations where given, broken down by region for easier reading:

North America:

  • USA – 17 locations (Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Lakewood, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New York, North Bergen, Miami, Phoenix, San Francisco, San Jose, Santa Clara, Seattle, Secuacus, Washington)
  • Canada – Montreal, Toronto, Beauharnois
  • Mexico


  • UK – London and Manchester
  • Ireland – Dublin and Tallaght
  • Austria
  • Bulgaria
  • Czech Republic
  • Denmark – Copenhagen, Ballerup, Kobenhavn SV
  • Finland – Helsinki and Tuusula
  • France – Paris and Marseille
  • Germany – Frankfurt (Streaming Supported)
  • Iceland
  • Italy – Milan and Palermo
  • Latvia
  • Netherlands
  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Romania – Bucharest and Voluntari
  • Slovakia
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland – Zürich
  • Turkey
  • Ukraine – Dobrovelychkivka and Kharkiv


  • Cambodia
  • China
  • Hong Kong – Hong Kong, Central and Tsuen Wan
  • Indonesia – Banjarmasin, Bogor, Jatibarang, Surabaya
  • Japan – Tokyo and Shinagawa
  • Malaysia – Kuala Lumpur and George
  • Pakistan
  • Philippines
  • Russia – Moscow and St Petersburg
  • Singapore
  • South Korea – Seoul and Naju
  • Taiwan
  • Thailand

Middle East & Asia:

  • Kenya
  • Iran
  • Saudi Arabia
  • South Africa
  • United Arab Emirates – Dubai


  • Australia – Sydney and Melbourne
  • New Zealand

South America:

  • Argentina
  • Brazil
  • Venezuela

Therefore TurboVPN has servers in most of the obvious major countries you’d expect. However, 4 good inclusions in particular are China, Russia, Pakistan and Iran. It’s actually getting harder and harder to find VPN services that offer servers in all of these countries, due to various ongoing events, but TurboVPN has all 4 countries in it’s server list, which is impressive.

India is a noticeable omission from the list – see next section.

Where Does TurboVPN NOT Have Servers?

It’s fair to say that TurboVPN is currently a more stripped down VPN service in terms of countries offered, compared to other VPN’s which offer more countries and locations. They are also newer into the VPN market, and still expanding.

However TurboVPN are also cheaper than other VPNs, and not everyone needs servers in 100+ countries.

However, here are some notable countries where TurboVPN currently does NOT have servers (this may change in the future):

  • Central AmericaOnly Mexico covered. All other countries (Costa Rica, Cuba, Nicaragua, Caribbean etc) are not.
  • South AmericaOnly Brazil, Argentina and Venezuela covered. All other countries in the region (Bolivia, Chile, Peru, Uruguay, Paraguay, Colombia, Ecuador etc) not covered at present.
  • Europe – Mostly well covered, but some countries like Belgium, Portugal, Cyprus, Estonia, Hungary, Malta, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovenia, Macedonia, Belarus, Lithuania are not covered.
  • Middle East – Low coverage – only UAE, Saudi Arabia and Iran covered (Iran is a good inclusion though – it’s hard to find a VPN with servers there). All others like Jordan, Qatar, Bahrain, Oman etc. are not covered.
  • Asia – Some notable Asian countries without TurboVPN servers are India, Vietnam, Myanmar, Laos, Brunei and Kazakhstan. India is a particularly noticeable omission – most VPNs have servers there, but TurboVPN doesn’t at present. Good overall coverage in Asia though.
  • Africa – Low coverage. Only servers in South Africa and Kenya. Nowhere else in Africa covered at present.

TurboVPN vs Other VPNs For Server Choice

TurboVPN is an interesting provider, because in terms of pure country choice, it’s one of the more basic, stripped down services – only 48 countries offered, compared to others that offer nearly 100 countries. However, in terms of server choice within those countries, TurboVPN is the best option on the market by far, offering around 21,000 servers worldwide – far more than any other provider.

That’s an average of around 500 servers per country offered, which is unique in the VPN market.

Here’s how TurboVPN stacks up against other major VPN’s in terms of country and server choice:

ProviderPrice (12 months paid in advance)Number of countries offeredNumber of Servers OfferedMain Benefits
AtlasVPN$3.29/month34750Cheap price
TurboVPN$5/month4821,000Server choice
Le VPN$5/month77120+Good country choice
ExpressVPN$8/month94160+Best country choice
ProtonVPN$4/8/month (Basic/Plus)631700+Reputable brand
Private Internet Access$3.33/month8410,000Great server & country choice.
VyprVPN$8/month64700+Review here
NordVPN$6/month605400+Reputable brand.

*Flash deals and offers are very common, so you may often find a better deal than the one listed for many providers

If you’re looking for a VPN with more countries covered, then ExpressVPN, Private Internet Access or Le VPN are good options.

If you’re looking for a more basic, no nonsense VPN with even less countries covered (34), but that’s even cheaper, then AtlasVPN is a good option.

If you’re looking for a VPN that offers more server choice within the countries that are offered, then you can’t get anywhere near TurboVPN. It’s got the most number of servers by far – offering 21,00 across the 45 countries. Next best is Private Internet Access (10,000+ servers), but it offers many more countries overall (80+).


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