Aerial view of Auckland suburbs. Photo © pstedrak/123rf.

New Zealand’s Prime Living Locations: Auckland

Once you’ve committed to making your move to New Zealand, choosing a place to live is probably the biggest decision you’ll face. Living in Auckland is popular because it offers the widest range of cultures, employers, and products in New Zealand.

The Eiffel Tower and the streets of Paris lit up at dusk.

Paris’s Rive Gauche Neighborhoods

Paris’s Left Bank, known as Rive Gauche, staked its claim in the hearts and minds of expats more than a century ago. If you’re thinking of moving to Paris and care less about cachet and hipster cred than you do about safety and ease of transport, the Left Bank offers the chance to discover the hidden attractions of Paris’s calm and cool south side and decide for yourself if this is a place to call home.

Out in the water, a small building at the end of a pier while a palm tree curves in the foreground.

Where to Live in Belize

There is something for everyone in Belize, whether you want a rural or urban location, jungle or beach, serenity or hustle and bustle. If you’re thinking about moving to Belize, here’s a breakdown of regions to consider.

The sun sets on a Rio beach with small two-person boats floating int he calm water.

Deciding Where to Live When Moving to Brazil

Deciding where to live in Brazil is as complex as deciding whether you want to move to Brazil in the first place. Michael Sommers gives an overview of the four main territorial regions of the country, as well as the top places to live in each region.

Cityscape of West Kowloon at night.

Where to Live in Kowloon, Hong Kong

Moving to greater Hong Kong? This guide to Kowloon neighborhoods covers general information about the area, housing costs and more to help you decide where to live in Kowloon.