Thailand, in the eighth position, is the best country for “finances, social life and medical care”.
The country excels in the quality of medical care (85 percent vs. 72 percent globally) making it another suitable country for those prioritising easy access to local healthcare.
While public healthcare is free for permanent residents or working expats, it is recommended they get private medical insurance.
Australia was named the best country for “work and relaxation” with expats particularly happy with the Working Abroad Index
Finally, British expats described Singapore, the tenth in the list, as a country where is “easy to manage everyday life”.