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Consider Sri Lanka As Your Retirement Plan For These Reasons

Train in Nine Arches Bridge in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka is famous for a number of reasons, such as its warm and welcoming people, magnificent nature, broad wildlife, rich culture, etc., which are enough to magnetize tourists from all over the world, but what about living in Sri Lanka post-retirement? Haven’t you thought about it? If not, do it now because we would give you reasons to lead your later part of life in Sri Lanka.

Go ahead to know those points:

  1. Beautiful climate
    Sri Lanka offers a tropical climate with moderate wet and dry seasons. There is nothing like summers and winters. Here average temperature normally varies from 28 to 32 degrees Celsius. It also gets moderate rainfall, say, for only a few hours in the whole day. There is no extremity of any season that makes it easy to live in, especially for the retirees.
  2. Adorable nature and rich culture
    This island country, encircled by water, is full of rich flora and fauna. Its nature coupled with its wide culture and wildlife blows everyone’s mind. It is so fascinating that people don’t mind extending their stay for years. This country houses four religions, each with a unique story. The foreigners find it interesting and get different experiences.
  3. Say ‘yes’ to beach life
    Who doesn’t love tranquility? I guess everyone does, whether it’s a youth or the people in the old-age bracket. So, if you want to spend your not-so-busy life away from the stress and hustle and bustle of the city, the beach is the ultimate location to do that. This island country offers you everything required for leading a peaceful life.
  4. Easy to communicate
    Its official languages may be Sinhala and Tamil but it’s people in general at least know English so it is pretty easy to communicate with them. So, if you are looking for a company, want to get around, or have to ask a question, you can easily do that without getting a language barrier. That’s why people love to live in this country even after retirement.
  5. Convenient transportation
    The country has a wide yet connected network of public transportation that makes it pretty convenient for even foreigners to roam around. They can easily get buses, trains, and three-wheeler rickshaws at every nook and corner of the street which makes it feasible even if you go for a short distance. Getting around is really fun when it’s cheap, isn’t it?
  6. Commendable Healthcare System
    Sri Lanka is a middle-income country yet its healthcare system is impressive. This country has that level of public as well as private sector health system as is offered by western countries. Its public health system is extremely strong rendering positive health outcomes at a low cost. Moreover, there are various international healthcare insurance providers in the country.
  7. Full scope of outdoor activities
    Don’t make your 60s a boring state of life. Don’t let your age be a hindrance to the fun and excitement in life. The waters of Sri Lanka offer numerous adventurous sports like rafting, canoeing, diving, swimming, surfing, water skiing, etc. There is something offered on land too like biking, trekking, biking, abseiling, etc. Hence, you can experience almost everything here.

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Ryan Miller
Ryan Miller is a Senior Economist and Alternate Executive Editor at CEOWORLD magazine. He specializes in global finance, labor laws, international banking, public financial management, fiscal policy, and applied microeconomics. In his current role, he oversees the production of special reports, profiles, and lists for the magazine. Prior to this, he was an Advisor to the Editor-in-Chief for one year. Before that, he served as the lead economist for Central America (Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama), Europe, and Central Asia in the magazine's news division. Ryan has extensive experience in economic forecasting, surveillance, and providing economic policy advice.

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