If you want to move to Peru, there are a number of ways to do it. Even with a humble Tourist Visa, you can stay up to 183 days per year. This is as long as many part-time expats stay anywhere while still maintaining their resident rights in their home country. If you only want to live in Peru for six months of the year then look no further; a Tourist Visa will suit you just fine. But for those who want to stick around all year, there are lots of options.
Just a two-hour drive south from Penang, along the Federal Highway, is the old mining town of Ipoh. The city, the capital of Perak state, was once the world’s largest producer of tin and immigrants flocked here in their tens of thousands to seek their fortune during the 1920s and 30s. And, during the boom times, many found it.
A side from the significant logistics involved, what does it really take to move overseas? And why do many who thoroughly explore the idea fail to pull the trigger while others simply pack a few bags, jump on a jet and are off to live their next chapters...
In the January issue of International Living Australia magazine we give you the lowdown on Malaysia, the winner of our annual Global Retirement Rankings as the top spot for a dream overseas retirement. Whether you want city living, laidback island vibes or to uncover a hidden gem, Malaysia’s got the lot.
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