Welcome! If you're moving overseas, settling in abroad, an expert on international living, a repatriate, or just considering an expatriate adventure, Expat Exchange can help! Since 1997, we've helped millions of expats worldwide.

Expat Saudi Arabia: 5 Tips for Living in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Expats living in Riyadh face a number of adjustments. Women have to learn to wear an abaya in public and are not allowed drive. Western compounds often enable expat families to relax and live like they do at home. In this article, expats offer tips for newcomers to Riyadh. (Read Article)

Culture Shock in Kemer, Turkey

An expat living in beautiful Kemer, Turkey advised others moving to turkey to take things easy and don't expect things to be the same as back in your own country. He also advised that If you are prepared to help people, they in turn usually will help you.

The Stages of Culture Adjustment

Culture adjustment often progresses through several stages. Honeymoon, in which the host country is idealized. Rejection, which emerges when the expatriate encounters the inevitable problems with work, language, school and housing... (Read Full Tip)

Expat Mexico: 5 Best Places to Live in Mexico

Mexico's lower cost of living, beautiful weather and warm, welcoming culture are a big draw for people looking to live abroad. However, Mexico's ever changing security situation impacts where expats choose to move. Here are 5 of the best places to live in Mexico based upon recent expat reviews. (Read Article)

Moving to Copenhagen, Denmark

Expect to live in an apartment and not a home unless you have a very large budget for housing expenses. CIS and Rygaards are the only international schools I would recommend in any way. When setting a budget, double or triple it. And, lastly, rent through a rent manager and NOT directly with a home owner.

Join Expat Exchange (FREE)

Become a member of Expat Exchange today to meet other expats in your area or get advice before moving overseas. Membership is FREE and takes 1 minute!

Subscribe to Our Weekly Newsletter

Subscribe to The Foreign Exchange, our weekly newsletter, read by over 70,000 expats worldwide: