In this Overseas Haven Report, Cambodia expert Robert Carry details the arts, dance, food, religion, music, and even clothing are thriving in the region. Tourist numbers are exploding–up 180% since 2004–which is often a precursor to developers moving in and property prices zooming up. Take a look now and see what’s happening in Phnom Penh today.
A major cultural revival is underway in Phnom Penh and it’s affecting every part of daily life.
“The city’s ambitious, unceasingly optimistic people have injected a new vibrancy that in the dark days of Khmer Rouge rule looked to have been lost for good. Throw in weather as warm as its locals, rapidly improving infrastructure and healthcare, and an amazingly low cost of living and it’s easy to see why many visitors are now choosing to call this place home.”
Olango Island, Philippines | Overseas Havens Report
Our Overseas Haven Report details daily life on the island from finding a rental to shopping, the importance of good food, and the joys of living a back-to-basics lifestyle about moving to and living on a Philippine island.
Puerto Vallarta is regularly voted among the top destinations in Mexico by readers of Live and Invest Overseas, Condé Nast Traveler, Trip Advisor, US News and World Report, Travel & Liesure, and many more.
If you are still searching for your next destination, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, should be on your list!
This Overseas Haven Report features one of Kathleen Peddicord’s favorite parts of the world, Paris, and specifically one of the most sought after locales in Paris, the Marais. It’s a location that’s not low cost, for sure, but once you get stuck into Parisian living, (and you’ve survived the sticker-shock of the cost of renting or buying) it’s not as expensive as you may think.
In a golden corner of Panama’s Azuero Peninsula sits the town of Pedasí. It’s a town with a village atmosphere—large enough to feel like you can live there, yet small enough to make you feel like an active stakeholder in a thriving community.