Are you looking to emigrate? Santa Fe Relocation in Dubai has put together the top destinations people are moving to in 2018.
22 August 2018| Last updated on 2 September 2018
Are you thinking of quitting your job and moving abroad? If you are planning to move abroad, one of the things that's difficult to decide on is the place where you can relocate to.
While you may already have a country or even a particular place in mind, many rush the process and fail to undertake a sufficient amount of research in order to ensure that their next move will be the right choice for them.
While there are a huge number of destinations suited to different types of people around the world, Santa Fe Relocation in Dubai put together four top picks to help you decide where you should relocate to.
If you’re thinking about moving to Malaysia, then you’ll be pleased to know that not only is it one of the least expensive countries in the world, but it is incredibly easy to move to. With low property and rental prices, you may be surprised to learn that the standard living costs are cheap too, but that doesn’t mean that you’ll miss out on the modern conveniences you have grown to rely on. You can find all the comforts you enjoy at home here, including those you didn’t think were possible to find elsewhere. Kuala Lumpur, in particular, is a fantastic city. As one of Asia’s largest metropolises and a major transport hub, Kuala Lumpur is the perfect area for those wanting to be in the centre of everything. Here, you can find some of the best international schooling options in the country including the likes of Alice Smith School and The International School of Kuala Lumpur (ISKL).
If you’re looking for a life filled with excellent food and stunning beaches, then look no further than Mexico. The low cost of living and almost everything else that this country has to offer is worth relocating for. From San Miguel de Allende and Guanajuato City, to Ajijic, there are a number of areas in Mexico where you can enjoy the warm weather and enjoyable walks. San Miguel de Allende, in particular, is known for its Spanish architecture that can be seen across the city. While the cost of living in Mexico will vary slightly depending on the area you live, you can afford to indulge. It is even possible to purchase a house for less than $200,000 in some locations in Mexico, and with much of the land no longer being ejido, the process of purchasing a home here is much easier for expats.
There are several reasons why moving to Spain is a no-brainer. While cold winters are looming in the distance for many of us, some areas of Spain boast warm weather year-round, Andalusia in particular, with some locations even reaching highs of 47°C. While the weather is clearly one of the most desirable aspects of moving to Spain, the cost of living here is unbeatable. A meal for two people dining at a mid-range restaurant is likely to cost no more than €35, with a pint priced at just €2. It’s not just about the food and drink here, though. Spain boasts a number of beautiful beaches including the Beach of La Concha and Cala Del Senyor Ramon, offering a relaxing atmosphere for expats of all ages.
It’s said that moving to the Netherlands will change your life and it’s easy to see why. In the Netherlands, you will lead a healthier lifestyle without even realising it as many people choose to bike around the city instead of driving from A to B. While the likes of bitterballen, stroopwafels and frites en fritessaus are available at almost every corner, you will generally eat more healthily too. After all, Stamppot, a dish made of mashed potatoes with multiple vegetables is the national dish of Holland. What’s more, the Netherlands is a highly picturesque country, boasting a number of fantastic photo opportunities. It may be an Instagrammers paradise, but working here is very different. While Brits are known as workaholics, people living in the Netherlands tend to work less hours with individuals working fewer than 34 hours each week, resulting in a better standard of living. However it is important to be aware that the cost of living in the Netherlands compared to the United Kingdom is significantly higher, with rent costing 12.87% more. Compared to the UK, a meal for two people at a mid-range restaurant will cost an additional 197.93%, which is bad news if you enjoy eating out on a regular basis!
When it comes to quitting your job and moving abroad, it can be challenging to identify the most popular moving destinations, but we hope that this post have provided you with more insight into the potential options available. From the Netherlands to Spain, the choice is yours. Whether you’re moving locally or internationally, we’re here to help. Get in touch to find out how we can assist you, today.