Moving to a new country can be a stressful experience for most. Obtaining work permits and visas, finding school places, moving personal effects and pets and finding a place to stay are part and parcel of the process.
While, some people take every experience good or bad in their stride others adopt a cautious approach and try to conduct as much research about their new living environment even before they touch down in the new country. Locating suitable housing and schooling count as the most searched topics for people moving abroad to live and work.
Hong Kong, Asia’s vibrant, pulsating nerve center appears at first glance to be a city of tall, glass, cement and steel skyscrapers. However, first appearances as we know can often be deceptive and, in fact, this lively metropolis is home to several diverse neighborhoods that aim to cater to every accommodation taste and preference.