15 January 2015

What $1Million Buys Around the World

Seriously, what kind of house do you think $1 Million can buy? I’m sure you have your own musings on what a $1 Million USD house would look like, right? Sure, it will have a sprawling lawn, an amazing 3 to 4-bedroom structure with a bathroom and toilet each room, a guest room, a huge, […] Read more

9 January 2015

5 Ways to Maximize Your Time Abroad

Living abroad gives you a lot advantages, but sometimes we tend to focus more on the work that we do and how the expat experience can shape our careers that we pay little attention to actually enjoying our time abroad. The expat experience includes appreciating the moments you have away from […] Read more

22 December 2014

World's Weirdest Holiday Food

More often, we do get what we want – delicacies and delicious dishes that are native only to the area, mainly because of the availability and abundance – if you must, of the ingredients in the place. However, due to the travels and exposure to various cultures, we too, […] Read more

11 December 2014

Christmas for Expats in Asia

Christmas in Asian countries can be a bit different from the sterotypical Christmas celebrations that most of us are familiar with. First of all, not all Asian countries celebrate the season especially the Muslim countries in the middle east and South East Asian countries like Indonesia and […] Read more

5 December 2014

5 Countries That Don't Celebrate Christmas

Christmas is a global celebration; it’s that time of year where everyone feels the spirit of giving, love and hope for mankind... but it’s not really as global as you think. Yes, there are some places in the world where December 25 is just another day and no matter how holly and […] Read more

27 November 2014

8 Sharing Economy Apps for World Travellers

Photo: Adam Fagen The sharing economy has made world travel a lot easier and cheaper. Sharing economy or “collaborative consumption” has been such a trend recently with the popularity of apps such as AirBnb and Uber that people all starting to see it as the future of […] Read more

20 November 2014

4 Ways to Celebrate Thanksgiving Abroad

Photo: Tim Sackton Thanksgiving is one of the most interesting holidays in the world, and although it is just mainly observed in the U.S., lots of people are still curious about this holiday because of the festivities (mainly the food) that comes with the holiday. Unfortunately for […] Read more

13 November 2014

Top 10 Most Awesome Airline Videos

Photo: Samira Remember when you were just a young first time expat excited to move overseas getting ready to board your first flight and see all the amazing things the world has to offer? Well, if you don’t, then maybe you need a few reminders on how much fun travelling ca […] Read more

6 November 2014

Top 10 Cities with the Best Public Transport

Public transport is always a key factor for expats abroad. Even if your overseas employment terms include transportation, it’s always better to know that if you ever need to take public transport, there will be a fast, safe and efficient mode of transport available for you in your new […] Read more

30 October 2014

Top 10 Gadgets All Expats Should Have

Living as an expat abroadh can be challenging, but thanks to the latest technology, there are now several gadgets available that can help resolve our most common expat problems and even help enhance our expat lifestyle. Some of these items may already be in your possession and there are also […] Read more