The Turkmen Republic, in the heart of Central Asia, could be a viable alternative to daily monotony. Asian areas are often not considered when looking for a place to relocate. This is partly because of the lack of stimuli and confidence in such particular realities, partly because of the lack of knowledge of the place. But today, we decided to give a better and above all detailed view of Turkmenistan, a country where it would be possible to start from scratch. In the next lines we will insert some basic information for a possible transfer, so that buying a property in Turkmenistan may seem child's play.
So, if you're ready, we can start!
Also occupied by Alexander the Great in the fourth century BC Turkmenistan has a varied and wonderful landscape. To the east are the unique canyons and mountains belonging to the nature reserve of Kugitang. The characteristic that makes these mountain ranges even more spectacular is represented by the fantastic colors that leave tourists speechless.
The presence of industry in this land is almost nothing, and this allows a significant containment of air pollution, to protect the local beauty.
The population is characterized by the presence of various ethnic groups, demonstrating the fact that, every year, there are many investors who want to appropriate a property in this land. To do so, you must be provided with a passport with a minimum of three months validity, in addition to a tourist visa.
The spoken language is an expression of a conservative culture and little inclined to new changes. Turkmen and Russian are widely spoken but, there is always a but consolatory, it will not be necessary to learn them. It will be enough in fact a good knowledge of English to be able to ride once you arrive in Turkmenistan.
As for the economic aspect, we try to understand what is the real cost of living in Turkmenistan. In order to do this, we have decided to include a small list with the corresponding goods, services and prices.
Meal, Cheap Restaurant 65.00 m
Meal for 2 Persons, Medium Restaurant, Three Servings 200,00 m
Menu from McDonalds (or equivalent menu) 17.50 m
Domestic beer (0,5L on tap) 10,00 m
Cappuccino (normal) 14,60 m
Milk (normal), (1L) 5,50 m
Fresh white bread loaf (500g) 2,00 m
Rice (white), (1kg) 12,50 m
Eggs (normal) (12) 9,20 m
Local cheese (1kg)31,67 m
Chicken breast (boneless, skinless), (1kg) 26,25 m
Apples (1kg) 4,08 m
Electricity, Heating, Air conditioning, Water, Garbage) for an apartment of 85m2 4.000,00 m
The local currency is the Turkmen Manat, corresponding to 0.26 euros and given the prices previously reported, we can say that living well in this land, is not so difficult.
For the real estate sector, we have to make a small premise. Not all cities in Turkmenistan are equal, and often the difference in price is given by the presence of areas of historical importance.
The Karakum desert, the ancient city of Merv (UNESCO heritage), the capital Ashgabat itself, which is the heart of the famous Silk Road, are just some of the discriminating elements in the choice of the city in which to relocate.
But if you want to stay average, while still enjoying the architectural beauty surrounding, know that prices start from 4,749.99 m per square meter and 950.00 m per month for a lease.
What can I say, our mini guide is finished; we wish you a pleasant journey!
Move to Oklahoma Move to Bhutan Move to Kansas
Move to South Dakota Move to South Korea Move to Jamaica
Move to New Mexico Move to Saudia Arabia Move to Turkmenistan
Moving to Maldives Move to Mongolia Move to Uzbekistan