When moving abroad one of the top priorities for families is to find the right school for their kids. In Hong Kong this can be quite tricky, so plan ahead and read my observations after a year in the schooling system. Continue reading “What you should know about schooling before moving to Hong Kong”
I came across this great bucket list for Hong Kong and thought I just need to share it… When you are in the process of moving to another country a lot is about organizing, the financials and other practical stuff. You’ll almost forget why you want to go. Well, take a look at this list and you’ll know why you are about to move to Hong Kong!
You must have heard that Hong Kong is expensive. It is even nominated by the BBC to be the most expensive city for expats in 2016. So be prepared. The website Expatisan provides an, in my opinion, accurate overview of prices for most bought products and compares this to other countries. Please check it out to get some feeling for the cost of living in Hong Kong. Continue reading “How much does it cost to live in Hong Kong?”
Do I bring my furniture to Hong Kong or do I buy new furniture over there? I don’t have the answer, just some thoughts. Continue reading “Moving or buying furniture when relocating to Hong Kong?”
You won’t forget the day you arrive in Hong Kong – the first encounter with the Fragent Harbour’s skyscrapers, wet markets, it’s smells and tiny serviced apartments, will make you feel excited and scared at the same time. How to get up to speed in this city? Here are some tips: Continue reading “Tips and tricks to settle quickly in Hong Kong”
Hong Kong has it all: authentic local areas, expat bubbles, island life, buzzling spots in the city and tranquil oases near the beach or mountains and anything in between all of this. So where to live? I will give some pointers to help you decide where to live: Continue reading “How to decide where to live in Hong Kong?”
The question most asked during our recent visit to family and friends is: how is it to be an expat in Hong Kong? Well here is the answer – it is amazing to live in one of the world’s economic centers, on the 38th floor with a stunning view, with kids playing in the pool, enjoying the beaches, drinking cocktails in the skybars, and working in one of the beautiful buildings of the skyline. Using the taxi, metro, boat or tram to move around. Making lots of memories with new friends and enjoying time together as a family. Continue reading “Life of an expat in Hong Kong – what to expect?”