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Keep up to date with the latest expat news from around the world.

9 Reasons Why Peru is So Attractive to Expats

Peru might not be your first thought when it comes to choosing a relocation destination but it’s fast becoming a popular choice for expats. There’s already a large multi-national community in the South American country, and below are some of the reasons why it’s so attractive to expats. Low Cost of Living Daily living expenses, such as rent and food, are incredibly cheap in Peru – rent is 80% cheaper than in London. Taxes are also generally low. Most of the cities are ... Read more

What Tech Kit Should Expats Not Live Without?

Technology is now a vital component in our daily lives, helping us to keep in touch, keep up to date and keep in the know. Recently, expats have seen a rise in the types of technology that can help them adjust to life in a new country and carry on their work and social lives from overseas. Devices You’ll want to start your kit with the right devices. You may already have a smart phone, but you may want to purchase another one ... Read more

What Are the Best Volunteer Programmes in Europe?

Each year, thousands of people travel to Europe to take part in volunteer programmes across the continent. As lockdown restrictions begin to ease, more travellers can visit their chosen country to volunteer in activities like teaching, conservation, childcare, construction or working with animals. We’ve found the best volunteer programmes in Europe, so you can see the world whilst also contributing to the community. Marine conservation in Spain It’s predicted that by 2025, there could be more plastic than fish in the sea. This ... Read more

5 Best Places to Visit in Japan after Covid-19

The Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics have finally started this month in Japan, after a year’s wait. If you saw the Torch Relay tour through the beautiful landscapes and historical landmarks, you’re sure to have been inspired to visit this amazing country. We’ve found the must-visit places to visit in Japan for when travel opens up again. Tokyo Perhaps the most obvious Japanese travel destination, Tokyo is the country’s capital and central hub of the Olympic games. This densely populated city, full of skyscrapers ... Read more

7 Reasons You Should Consider Studying Abroad in Canada

Canada is a popular choice for international students, with over 600,000 people travelling there to study every year. In the last decade, the international student population has tripled, and it was recently ranked the best country in the world. With such a huge range of courses and universities, combined with a society that warmly welcomes people from abroad, it’s easy to see why so many people are choosing to study in Canada. Variety of courses Universities in Canada offer more than 15,000 undergraduate ... Read more

Physiotherapy Phnom Penh Added to Expatriate Group’s Direct Outpatient Settlement Network

We are pleased to announce that Physiotherapy Phnom Penh has officially been added to Expatriate Group’s medical provider list. Physiotherapy Phnom Penh is a physiotherapy clinic in Cambodia that was established in early 2010 to supply the increasing demand from many expatriates and Cambodian nationals for quality physiotherapy services. They specialise in restoring movement disorders and subsiding correlated pain and tension symptoms, but their extensive treatment list also includes speech and language therapy. Full treatment list: Physiotherapy Manual therapy Paediatric physiotherapy Neurorehabilitation physiotherapy  ... Read more

The Best Countries for Expats in 2021

Taiwan, Vietnam, and Portugal were announced as the best places for expats in 2019 but it’s time to find out how things have changed in 2021. InterNations have now revealed the best and worst countries for expats in 2021 with Taiwan securing the top spot for the third year in a row, thanks to its excellent quality of life, healthcare system and safe environment. Mexico and Costa Rica are close behind all of them attracting expats with their ease of settling in and ... Read more

The 8 Best Train Journey’s in the World

Many associate train travel with discomfort, heat and the weekly commute. However, when it comes to seeing the world by train, there is an old-fashioned appeal that cannot be matched by flying or driving. More often than not, you get to clap your eyes on some of the most hidden locations in the world from the comfort of your carriage. Kenya: Jambo Kenya Deluxe The Nairobi to Mombasa line is one of the earth’s greatest train journeys and the train many opt for ... Read more

What Happens to Your Life Insurance If You Move Abroad?

Each year thousands of British citizens move abroad. It would appear motivation to leave the country ranges from beginning a new career, retiring or simply in search of new adventures. According to the United Nations, over 5.5 million Brits now live overseas. Some of the most popular destinations in recent years have been, were Australia, the USA, Canada and Spain where over  33% of British expats live. When moving abroad to live or work there are many questions that need to be answered, ... Read more

Quiet Cities: Four Most Relaxing European Cities

Looking for a European city break but don’t want to be fighting for pavement space, queuing to get into restaurants, or squished against the window on public transport? It might seem impossible to find but, believe it or not, there are some quiet European cities where you can enjoy the beautiful museums, trendy shopping centres and scenic views without the hustle and bustle. Forget about London, Istanbul and Rome, book flights to one of these cities below. Ljubljana The often-overlooked capital of Slovenia has a ... Read more
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