No matter how we enjoy our life at present. No matter how we don't want to let go of our youths. There is nothing we can do to resist aging. To grow old is inevitable. And so is retiring.

Retiring isn't a bad thing after all. Once you retire, you get to rest and enjoy your savings and all your investments. Retirement would also give you more opportunities to enjoy your life like the freedom to anywhere, travel, and explore the world. But, retiring in a very busy, fast, and stressful place isn't a good decision to consider.

Given this reason, the International Living created a list of the best places for someone to retire, which was included in their Annual Global Retirement Index. Their decision was based on the facts and factors that include climate, health care, cost of living, and country development.


Vietnam, located on the continent of Asia, is one of the best places to retire. The best thing about it is how low the cost of living is in this place. According to the country's history, this has not always been the case for the country. That was not until the nation was bombarded by wars several years ago. Furthermore, the place has a lot of beautiful landmarks you can visit like ancient tombs and temples.


Having one of the best climates in the world, staying here can allow you to enjoy summer all year round. With such a wonderful climate, staying on the beaches and becoming in awe of its beauty is possible no matter what time of the year.

Aside from its climate, the next best thing about this place is its low-cost life. Transportation and food are cheap. Locals also know a bit of English so conversing with them isn't that hard as compared to those places who knew less to nothing about the language.


Considered one of the most beautiful places on earth, Portugal tops the list. That is all because of the country's perfect weather all year round, rich and amazing culture, and also its low cost of living. The country also has gems of beautiful and natural landscapes and tourists' spots such as Tower of Belem, Douro River, Bairro Alto, Castelo dos Mouros, and Oceanario de Lisboa, as revealed by Trip Savvy.

Retiring in a different country may require you a lot more than money for it to happen. One should have strength and determination and also enough information before entering such an unknown place. No matter what place you will choose to retire, make sure you've organized everything before packing your things up.