10 countries where you can start a new life

If for whatever the reason your current lifestyle doesn’t fit your goals or you simply need to change your lifestyle, this list may serve you as an inspiration to do so.
Changing your name and moving to the other side of the world doesn’t necessarily mean you have started a new life. Starting a new life can also be achieved by simply moving into a new neighbourhood or a new town. It’s all about meeting new people, looking for new opportunities and searching for happiness in your own terms.

Here are 9 countries where you can start a new life:

1. The Bahamas

The Bahamas is one of the few countries which does not have an income tax. Compared to to other Caribbean countries, the Bahamas is relatively the least expensive in terms of living costs. The main drawback of this country would be the medical infrastructure which you need to take into consideration before you decide.

2. Hong Kong

Hong Kong is considered as one the most popular food and entertainment centers in Asia. Although it doesn’t have tax free law like the Bahamas, it does have one of the world most favourable tax systems with a bunch of investment opportunities. Hong Kong has the most skyscrapers (classified as building with more than 14 floors) in the world; double that of its nearest rival: New York City. So if you like skyscrapers, this is the place!

3. Singapore

If you looking for a stable life among orderly people, Singapore would be the right place for you because of its impeccable cleanliness and low crime rate. It is also known as ‘The Fine’ City due to its rules and regulations. The label indicates that Singapore is in a fine state and also the many different fines the country imposes. But that drawback will help you change your lifestyle for the better.

4. Mexico

Two of reasons to start a new life in Mexico would be its low living cost and it beautiful weather. Putting aside those cartel presumptions, the people are friendly and friendly. Starting a new life here means you are looking for a more adventurous life that is flexible while staying close to the US border.

5. UAE (United Arab Emirates)

UAE is not just popular among the middle eastern countries. People from around the world wanted to start a new life in UAE, especially in Dubai for its high quality living and friendly tax policies. UAE’s political and economic situation is quite stable. But as we know about the UAE, the high quality standard of living comes with a price.

6. Netherlands

Also known as Holland or Dutchland. People living here are some of the happiest people in the world. All this comes as a result of liberal policies and good food accompanied by great beverages. It’s capital, Amsterdam, is one of the most popular cities in the world. It is also one of the healthiest destinations you can pick.

7. Indonesia

Indonesia offers a peaceful life and a tropical weather. This country is perfect for you if you want to start a new life that is all about reconnecting with your inner peace through the beauty of nature. Bali is the most popular island in Indonesia with relatively low cost of living.

8. Jamaica

If you can put aside the high crime rate and facts that have to with the corruption of the government. Jamaica is an amazing destination where you can get off the radar and enjoy your favourite drink while listening to your favourite music. Fun fact about Jamaica: British writer, Ian Fleming who’s famous for his 007 James Bond character. After designing his dream home, Ian Fleming choose to have it built in Jamaica and name it Goldeneye. In Jamaica, he wrote ten of his world renowned James Bond spy thrillers.

9. Bermuda

Just like the Bahamas, Bermuda has no income tax policies. Located in the Caribbean like the Bahamas, they are both similar in terms of ambience. The cost of living is moderate but it is totally worth it for the kind of perfect weather it offers.

10. Monaco

This country is the world’s richest country. Living here means that you will be neighbours with world’s most influential people. Monaco is known as rich people’s favourite tax haven. It has great weather, plenty of luxurious events and most expensive real estate in the world. If you can’t buy a house, you can always buy a yacht and live in the Monaco Marina.

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