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Old 09-01-2012, 12:37 PM
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Malaysia best retirement country in Asia, fourth in the world
http://internationalliving.com/2011/...t-index-works/

Months ago, our far-flung editors and in-country advisers began collecting all the data and details that inform our Retirement Index.

We’ve changed how we do things, narrowing down the countries we focus on to the top 19, and considering each across eight crucial categories: real estate, special retirement benefits, cost of living, ease of integration, entertainment and amenities, health care, retirement infrastructure and climate.

This is a qualitative assessment, based on real-world data gathered on the ground. For each category in our Index, we looked closely at what matters most to you when you’re considering an overseas retirement spot—everything from the price of bread to how easy it is to make friends or stay in touch with family.

We considered a vast range of data points, from the average humidity to the cost of a taxi. And with costs in mind, we examined prices for real estate, rentals, and utilities like water, electricity, and cable TV. We looked at costs for groceries, eating out, even specific medical procedures. We took into account what kind of discounts retirees can get on travel, taxes and entertainment. And we considered whether there were direct flights back home…how many and how long they are, too.

And we asked: What is the Internet like? Do you need a car? Can you catch a movie in English? Are the people friendly? Does it rain? In effect, we asked all the questions you should ask when you’re considering a retirement overseas. The results are below.

Country Real Estate Special Benefits Cost of Living Inte. E&A Health Infras. Climate Final Scores

Ecuador 97 98 100 95 90 85 80 83 91.1
Panama 95 100 95 96 96 91 82 68 90.4
Mexico 94 91 88 96 96 88 75 89 89.6
Malaysia 94 79 95 95 96 87 91 66 87.7
Colombia 93 76 60 92 96 93 84 75 83.7
New Zealand 87 72 69 90 93 84 86 89 83.6
Nicaragua 92 79 94 89 85 78 63 70 82.6
Spain 79 68 78 90 93 76 94 81 82.1
Thailand 90 68 71 91 97 83 76 75 81.4
Honduras 82 89 76 95 96 78 67 63 80.7
Uruguay 91 76 81 87 57 81 83 87 80.4
Italy 69 74 60 71 98 80 90 100 80.3
Brazil 81 87 68 81 99 85 69 71 80.2
Ireland 70 90 57 99 91 70 85 79 80.2
France 68 75 57 82 100 90 88 90 80.1
Costa Rica 88 79 65 97 94 83 74 60 80.0
Belize 80 84 84 100 83 82 70 57 79.9
Chile 90 73 77 80 93 81 84 61 79.8
Dom. Republic 93 68 60 85 89 72 75 72 76.8




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Old 20-01-2012, 01:20 AM
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Malaysia.

In Malaysia, you can live quite comfortably. For instance, you can rent a sea-view apartment on Penang Island for $1,000 a month. Plus, Malaysia has a unique retirement benefit called the My Second Home program, which is open to all foreigners who want to retire to one of Asia’s best-value destinations, International Living said. And while it might not seem so, the editors said Malaysia is also an easy place in which to integrate.

You’ll find plenty of locals who want to practice their English-speaking skills. And you can catch a feature movie — in English — for $4. And there’s a good infrastructure in place for retirees. There’s Internet access, quality roads and cell phone coverage, among other must-haves for ex-pats.

Prescher had this advice for retirees and would-be retirees who want to retire abroad. Make sure you spend as much time on the ground in the country to which you plan to retire. Vacationing in a country is much different from living there. When you vacation somewhere, you never really have to open a bank account or order phone service. Instead, he suggests renting a place in your retirement haven.

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You are right because Malaysia is one of the best tourist country in the world, so you are on retirement age in your life and you are rich person than you can think like this that you purchase one your own real estate home in Malaysia and pass your retirement time of your life. It is one big and nice enjoyment.
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What's with Ecuador? And why Australia not included on the list?
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Malaysia is the best place to retire in Asia right now, and there’s no sign of that changing.
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"Malaysia—Great Value for Money in a Cultural Melting Pot

Every year, more and more expats are waking up to the amazing opportunities Malaysia has to offer. The country has one of the most robust economies in Asia, and this is reflected in the consistently high standard of living available to locals and expats alike. It’s just one of many factors that led to it being ranked the highest Asian nation in this year’s index.
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