Not Bali But Penang best place to retire
Not Bali But Penang Has Been Voted As 3rd Best Island In The World To Retire in a list by International Living a publication intended to help readers invest, move and retire overseas, Penang came up third in a list of the top 15 best islands in the world to retire in. They added that the lifestyle in Penang is First World and an American couple can live well on a monthly budget of between $1,500 and $2,500 a month (RM6,202 to RM10,336). Penang’s strategic location in the middle of Southeast Asia also makes it easier to travel to places like Bali, Thailand, Vietnam, and Cambodia.
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A full list of islands featured includes:
2. Mallorca, Spain
3. Penang, Malaysia
4. Ambergris Caye, Belize
6. Roatan, Honduras
7. Isla Mujeres, Mexico
8. Isla Colon, Panama
9. Bali, Indonesia
10. Koh Samui, Thailand
11. Las Terrenas, Dominican Republic
12. Crete, Greece
13. Cozumel, Mexico
14. Caye Caulker, Belize
15. Phú Quốc, Vietnam
Deported from Bali
Now, moving on to a little more serious issue. While Malaysia and Penangites have always welcomed foreign expats migrating here, situations like what this American tourist did in Bali should be avoided.
Kristen Gray, a queer African-American woman shared how she had been living in Bali for over a year with her girlfriend. Throughout their stay, both of them neglected to pay their taxes throughout their visit and were eventually deported.
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