Livin' in Kazakhstan: the complete guide
If you want to move to Kazakhstan, you need to know that there are advantages and disadvantages, which you need to know, to fully understand how and to what extent this change can be accepted.
With our small but essential guide, you can easily draw conclusions and especially understand how to get around to buying a property in Kazakhstan.
Let us start by saying that Kazakh society is particularly conservative. The country is rich in resources to ensure that people are driven by strong patriotism.
A former republic of the Soviet Union, it is essentially a flat country with mountainous slopes and a stony desert criss-crossed by Lake Aral and the steppe.
It is the ninth largest country in the world with breathtaking landscapes and a culture to discover. Very well known especially on the oenogastronomic level, it offers a variety of spices and flavors known throughout the East. It is a nation of magnificent winter furs, heavy jewels and splendour.
The population density is very low, although it is a very large country.
This is why buying an apartment is both economical and advantageous.
A 45 square meter apartment costs 210 euros (in a normal neighborhood). Luxury areas, on the other hand, have a starting price of 350 euros.
The main problem of life in Kazakhstan is geographical isolation (82 hours to reach Moscow by train and 12 hours to connect the capital Astana to Almaty).
The Kazakh currency is the Tenge. To understand the value of money, it is enough to think that one euro is equivalent to 400 tenge.
By analyzing the cost of living, we present a brief overview of the basket of goods:
lunch in the business district 5 €
3,5 € fast food menu
12 eggs 1 € 1
monthly public transport ticket € 18
Visit to the doctor 11 €
Internet 8MB 1 month 12 € 12
Needless to say, convenience is so great, if we compare this nation to the western one.
The only problem is the isolation and difficulties of public transport.
All you have to do is make your choice and, finally, make the ticket for a one-way trip to this wonderful country!
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