In Pictures: Life in Asia

Malaysia offers a low cost of living, a warm coastal climate, an English-speaking culture, affordable health care, and flexible visa options. From Malaysia, all of Asia is on your doorstep—deserted islands, fascinating cities, and mountainous rainforest. Angkor, Cambodia is one of the most important archaeological sites in Southeast Asia and includes the remains of the Temple of Angkor Wat. Living in Cambodia is more than affordable. The country tied for first place in the Cost of Living category in International Living’s Annual Global Retirement Index 2014. Bangkok has long been a mecca for expats seeking a mix of adventure and western conveniences, along with a low cost of living. Thailand is so much more than a vacation spot. For many expats it is a paradise found.
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Living in Cambodia is more than affordable. The country tied for first place in the Cost of Living category in International Living’s Annual Global Retirement Index 2014.

Exhilarating, comfortable, and affordable are just some of the ways expats describe their life in Asia. For those looking to relocate in Asia, Thailand, Malaysia and Cambodia are among the best places to live. The low cost of living, excellent health care and stunning scenery are some of the reasons why many expats choose to start a new life in Asia.

Thailand lies at the heart of Southeast Asia, with Cambodia to its east, and Malaysia to the south. From the tropical climate and the tempting cuisine to the welcoming culture and the pulsing nightlife, there’s something for everyone in Thailand.

From Malaysia, all of Asia is on your doorstep—beautiful deserted islands, fascinating cities, and glorious mountainous rainforests. The country also has a unique blend of cultures, a stable political system and world-class health care.

Cambodia, like Malaysia and Thailand, offers a low cost of living and a tropical climate. The expat community in Cambodia is growing and it’s not hard to see why. Cambodia has a lot to offer potential expats. Mysterious temples may ignite your imagination, or perhaps fried cricket will interest your taste buds? For those looking for adventure, Cambodia won’t disappoint.

If exotic as an everyday offering is what you’re searching for, a life in Asia may be for you.

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