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GoLivingIn is for those of us who have not yet found the place where they feel good to live in. Some people might be just fine where they are but others are looking for the best place to live in. The information found here is the sum of personal experiences and interviews from around the world. We are also welcoming guests to share their experience living abroad.

 

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Blue Mosque
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Turkey offers an amazing mixture of what are most familiar as well as the exotic. There is much more to be admired in Turkey than its portrayal of a cliched image. From time immemorial Turkey was invaded as well as occupied by people from different parts of the globe. As such, it mixes several cultures […]

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moulin rouge
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The City of Light, the City of Love and of course, the City of Cinema… Paris keeps surprising travellers from around the world thanks to the hundred of stories hidden behind its twenty arrondissements. Here you have a video that invites you to explore those Parisian locations that you’re sure to recognise from your favourite […]

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Life in Beijing
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An overwhelming city that is packed full of life, adventure and vitality – Beijing is a fascinating place to live. One of the fastest growing areas in China, it offers newcomers a wealth of opportunities and excitements that are sure to captivate and mesmerise. Understanding a megacity Beijing Defined as a city with over 10 […]

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Relocating to Thailand
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It is easy to fall in love with Thailand. The locals are friendly, the weather is warm, you can live cheap and when you glide on a boat between idyllic islands you wonder what took you so long to get here. But notwithstanding it’s idyllic charms and mystical enchantment it is a big decision you […]

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Moving to Belize with Kids
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Are you planning to move to Belize? Great decision. Belize is a tropical paradise and you will love every part of it. The warm temperatures, the blue waters, the incredible views, the lush green forests, the local food, the performance of those live bands, the dance parties on the beach, and the warm locals. Sounds […]

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Costa Rica
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Belize and Costa Rica are among the best places in the world to retire. Hosting some of the most spectacular sites in the world with breathtaking views, both Belize and Costa Rica are located on the shores, and this is probably why people love these two locations so much. So near to the sea means […]

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Go Living In Rome Italy
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Florence is the city which gave birth to the Renaissance and for that gained the nickname “The Athens of the Middle Ages.” A city widely known for its artistic and cultural heritages and prominent art and fashion districts, Florence is considered to be as one of the most beautiful cities in Italy and certainly one […]

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Living in Toronto
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Toronto is not only the largest city in Canada, but it is also the most culturally diverse with several different towns within it offering a splash of culture from a different country which brings a variety in music, foods, traditions, theatres, festivals and much more. Toronto has become so well known for its cultural diversity […]

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Petronas Towers
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As the Malaysian Airline A330 descended to approach Kuala Lumpur International Airport, I could not help but marvel at the view from my window seat. The deep blue sea below me turned to a bright turquoise near the horizon. Dense tops of emerald palm trees fringed the Malaysian side of the Malacca Strait, the strip […]

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Expat Working in China
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More expats now live and work in China than ever before, and their numbers have been increasing at the rate of 10% annually since the year 2000. Most of the expats in China come from South Korea, followed by the US and Japan. You can also see a mix of other nationalities like Britons, Indians, […]

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