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Top Asia travel attractions and retirement locations



Top Asia attractions and retirement locations? This country, according to Peddicord, is “one of the most affordable places in the world to retire for an interesting and comfortable life.” A one-bedroom apartment in the center of Hanoi, according to Numbeo.com, will cost about $348; outside the center, that will cost you at least $100 less. Monthly Internet charges are about $10. Danang, Vung Tau, and Hanoi are Peddicord’s top picks, but she has a word of caution for anyone who considers access to healthcare important. She says that healthcare is excellent in Hanoi, but in Vung Tau, good care requires a two-hour drive to Ho Chi Minh City. And in Danang, getting good healthcare would require a flight to Ho Chi Minh City or Hanoi, or out of the country to Bangkok.

Most travelers to Vietnam are attracted by the country’s wonderful natural beauty: From the green rice fields in the north to the fascinating bustle of the Mekong Delta in the south. Vietnam however is also a country with a long history and ancient traditions. It has many historic attractions and old temples. An overview of the most amazing tourist attractions in Vietnam.

The body of Samui’s most famous mummified monk – there really are several – Luang Pordaeng is on display here. Luang Pordaeng died over 20 years ago and as per his instructions, his body was placed in a specially designed glass case for posterity. It has remained there ever since and has showed few signs of decay. Discover even more info on Retirement Villages in Asia.

If you’ve just got off the plane, don’t have to leave the airport just yet! Entertain yourself at the latest lifestyle concept, Jewel Changi Airport. This majestic dome is home to over 280 dining and retail outlets, with some open around the clock – think dining at ungodly hours at American fast-food chain A&W or food court Five Spice, or killing a couple of hours with a movie at 24-hour Shaw Theatres. You can also catch the hourly light and sound show at the HSBC Rain Vortex, the mall’s 40m-tall indoor waterfall, from 7.30pm to midnight.

RetirementVillages.asia was built by a group of experienced travellers and spiritual seekers, who want to enable senior travellers from worldwide to come together in “paradise”-like locations. We believe that many of us older timers, never lost the bug of travelling and meeting fellow travellers from around the world. That why we’ve built this website and would like to create community villages for senior travellers. See more info on here.