Living in Asia
A lot of things will be different from what you are used to when you are living in Asia. Sometimes another culture can be overwhelming. Totally different traditions, different rules, respect forms, systems, and so on. Living in Asia can be a challenging experience. Power outages, lack of proper internet, visa’s and permits, bank issues, ownership regulations, corruption and the list goes on. It’s not an easy task to settle down and start living in one of the many Asian countries. We are sharing our experiences and knowledge for expats to be. We welcome your stories as well, so let us know if you want to contribute experiences to this website.
Travelling in Asia
Travelling in Asia can be done in many different ways. With package deals for a short holiday, or the more adventurous way, by just figuring out on the way where you go next, what you do and how long. Some people prefer hanging two weeks on a beach, while others go for safari, diving, hiking or any other activity. Some travel luxurious while others go backpacking. While travelling you meet a lot of new people and see a lot of new things.
The continent is developing rapidly. Rules and laws change with new governments. Our goal is to provide information, knowledge and experiences about countries, cultures, places, habits, language, adventure, visas, permits, tickets, hotels, banks, restaurants, jobs, religion, sightseeing, housing, transportation, prices, bargaining, cheats, food and all else that can come your way while Living in Asia or Travelling in Asia.
There is always something unexpected, surprising or unknown showing up while living and travelling in Asia. Sometimes positive, sometimes negative. People will have all kinds of different knowledge, experiences and stories about living and travelling in Asia. Been at places and have different experiences, knowledge, or opinions from the ones mentioned in posts? Feel free to react by leaving a reply to this page and share your stories.
The best advice for both living in Asia and travelling in Asia is to keep an open mind for anything new and different.