The Best Places Where to Live in the World
If there is one good thing that comes out of every recession it is that a group of trailblazers demonstrate that it is very possible to move abroad and thrive. So in that vein, we are going to look at some of the best places where to live in the world in order to inspire you to dream big.
Choices, Choices, Choices...
When it comes to any best places where to live in the world lists, Australia pops up 9 times out of 10. There are 2 very simple reasons for this - the economy has remained strong through all the turmoil in the remainder of the globe and Australians are a warm and funny bunch.
When you add in the vast beautiful landscape and the diversity of animals you can encounter, Australia very quickly begins to sound like a wonderland. Flights to Australia can be sourced on SkyScanner from as little as £450 one-way.
South Korea is a booming and innovative little nation in the Far East. Despite its relatively small size and population of around 50 million, South Korea is well able to complete with the economic powerhouses it is sandwiched between, namely China and Japan. As a place to live and work it strikes a nice balance. There are plenty of sights to see and things to do are never an issue, especially in the vibrant capital Seoul.
The country is also serviced fantastically by a state of the art transport system. With unique and appetising food and a large expat community South Korea really has a lot to offer people looking for something a little different. It is also one of the safest nations on earth. Flights to South Korea can also be found through SkyScanner from as little as £370 one-way.
New Zealand is Our Top Pick
From our research, the number one destination when it comes to the best places where to live in the world is New Zealand. In these beautiful islands you can really get busy with some clean living with fresh air and clean water in abundance.
The locals are a very friendly bunch and like Australia, job prospects are quite high here for you to carve out a career. You can pick up one way flights from London to New Zealand from about £500 each way.