We all have our own visions of paradise—it might be a bustling city, a serene beach, or a tranquil countryside. It’s like a treasure hunt, where each country offers unique rewards, whether that be a low cost of living, a favorable climate, or a welcoming vibe.
A worker who lived and worked in Lisbon for six months elaborates on how pleasant it was to live there, with the “beautiful weather, great people, and the very reasonable cost of living. Enough people spoke English that I wasn’t concerned about the language barrier.”
The East Asia island country has numerous amenities, according to a Canadian expatriate on the thread who’s lived in Taiwan for the past 27 years. Those benefits include national health care coverage, accessible transit, beautiful scenery, friendly people, and reasonable living costs.
Many of the responses consider the United States the best place to live. The cultural differences from region to region, and even state to state, the variations in climate, cultural attractions, diversity of thought and people, and countless opportunities are just some of the things they love about the U.S.
A charmer like England, with its mild climate and medley of cuisines, stands out as an ideal living country. With rentals readily available, settling in is easy. Not to mention the excellent public transportation making commuting a breeze.
Someone in the discussion mentions they currently live in Australia and plan to stay there, despite being one of the most expensive places in the world to live. The reasons they stay include “objective measures of happiness, safety, security, and community wealth.”