Where Should You Live? A Few Words on Living Abroad


Traveling the world has never been easier than it is nowadays, just look at the ascending curve of International Tourism. Traveling enriches in every way and offers many new experiences such as tasting new, often traditional cuisine, meeting people from different cultures, learning new languages or seeing places one had only seen in pictures.

Migration data

People not only travel, but migrate for longer periods. In other words, "live abroad". This trend is being popular mainly among people involved in information technology, teaching languages or creative industry. That kind of people who can work remotely, from home. Freelancers. Some leave for studying abroad and find a partner which often leads to one of them moving abroad.

By Nomad list, the top 2 cities to live in for freelancers are in Thailand. Probably for relatively low expenditures and access to the sea and hot weather. Or maybe lady-boys?

By Forbes, European cities take seven of the top 10 spots for a quality of life, thanks to their relative safety, political stability and cultural offerings. On the other hand, many lists’ first positions occupy Asian cities. When it comes to safety, Singapore is the number one.

Everyone has individual preferences and looks at different factors when choosing their dream city. If you are thinking about moving abroad here is a website that might help you decide.

Some people prefer more adventurous places like those in less developed countries in Asia, some prefer cities with fresh air and good services as those in the US or Europe. One thing is for sure, living abroad will dramatically change your life.

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