Retiring on $300 a month Cambodia
You could retire now, for as little as $300 per month? Of course, that means cutting back on most luxuries and living a relatively simple life but it does seem possible in lower income countries like The Philippines, Cambodia, Thailand, and Indonesia.
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  1. You can live almost anywhere in Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam or Indonesia on a lot less that $300 a month if you're happy to live like a poor local. Not sure any westerner could live like a Khmer. And I'm positive that no westerner wants to sleep in a cupboard with a curtain for a door.

  2. Wow! That's amazing! Nothing like a bit of Hostel living! 🙂 It's always good to know what's possible, choices are always a good thing! That market looks like fun and the foods look fantastic! I'd sure be up every morning too for a breakfast plate like that! Thank's Jerry and Lorrie… 🙂

  3. I lived in a college dorm that was wasn't any better than that……and it cost me thousands!!!! My wife wouldn't go for it, but if I was a single guy I could make that $30 place work. And, I'll bet it's like joining a Cambodian family. All kinds of social benefits!!!

  4. I there I would like go to spend 1 month in Ajijic in february or march and I want take a spanish cours in the same time. I saw on line 2 school in Guadalajara (ih and iMac school ) but it s not in ajijic or chapala lake so I would like feel the life in ajijic in the same time because like I told you last month I want to be expat in mexico this summer. sorry for my English I am a french canadienne and tks for your video and your help.

  5. One issue not covered is Visa? What kind of long term Visa is possible to "Retire in Cambodia"? Going to Cambodia for a month or even two months is not retiring.

  6. I like the levels of living that you present. The $30/month living area would be tough for me (and that's personal – and I could retire NOW easily on $300/month – but I don't think it would be comfortable for me). But – at least you give a variety of options and it's appreciated.

  7. Impossible for a westerner and only possible for a Cambodian because families live 12 people to a house and have local contacts.1000 USD a month would be rock bottom and that would be cutting it close. I do fairly well in Thailand on 2455 USD a month, so I suspect Cambodia would require a similar income.

  8. A great video that will surely help people. Seems like a fun place, but for me I think that language barrier would be too steep. Thanks for sharing the video with us!

  9. You are a very charming couple, and your videos are very informative indeed. A young Canadian couple recently tried and succeeded in living on ONE US DOLLAR PER DAY in Nepal and they had fun doing it. They were living in a large town in Nepal (like Battabang in Cambodia), and the house they rented there looked like a veritable mansion compared to the tiny curtained cubby hole in Phnom Penh. Link to the Nepal video:

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