LIFE IN MALTA – PART 3: SPECTACULAR THINGS ABOUT THE “PEARL OF MEDITERRANEAN”
Life in Malta. What is life in Malta like? Why is Malta Permanent Residence Programme sought after by investors worldwide?
As the continuation of our series Life in Malta, let’s get to learn about Malta from A to Z with Portico & Bridge in order to have the most panoramic view and detailed insights into the world’s top3 best country to live in – Malta.
Q – THE WORLD’S TOP3 BEST COUNTRY TO LIVE IN
According to geobotany, Malta is classified as Mediterranean climate country. Therefore, Malta’s dwellers enjoy the pleasant weather which is comparatively suitable for Asian people. Malta is also Europe’s smallest island country still it owns outstanding features of economic potential. Besides, Maltese citizens are entitled to enjoying the strong social welfare system run by their government. The people there are very kind and hospitable. Considering these factors, Malta is crowned the world’s top3 country that is worth living in.
Learn more about the world’s top3 best country to live in HERE
R – MALTA SETTLEMENT BY INVESTMENT – RISK-FREE INVESTMENT
According to the World Risk Report, there is only 0.57% of possibility that natural disasters such as earthquake and flood take place in Malta every year. Therefore, this country is the second safest country in the world for its low hazard prone level. And its capability in dealing with them.
This island also takes pride in having the least criminal rate. Safety and hospitality are the two outstanding features that you would obviously realize when being in Malta. So if you and your family are looking for a country that is totally safe, Malta would be the best choice you would ever make.
Especially, by settling in Malta via the MPRP, investors would only have to start investing once. Their application is approved by the Malta Government, which guarantees the absolute safety for investors.
S – GREAT VITALITY EXISTING INSIDE A SMALL COUNTRY
Malta remains a stable economic growth rate with high GDP growth rate and has every potential needed to make it a prosperous nation. These are positive signs for investors to invest in Malta.
With the index in economic freedom being 69,5, Malta has the ranking of 42nd on the world’s index of economic freedom in 2020, earning 0.9 more score thanks to the integrity of its government. Malta is ranked the 22nd out of 45 European countries with the total score being comparatively equal to the average point of the area and higher than that of the world.
Malta has managed to survive the crises taking place within the Eurozone much better than other EU’s member countries on account of its low debt/GDP ratio and its bank industry having healthy financial status
T – WIDE-OPEN FUTURE FOR INVESTOR’S CHILDREN
As mentioned in Part 1 – Life In Malta series, Portico & Bridge has analyzed the advantageous features of Malta’s education. Once becoming Malta’s citizens, your children are entitled to ample opportunities to enjoy the wide-open future thanks to Malta’s stimulating education program such as:
Malta’s education program serves as the bridge that enables your children to pursue their higher education in developed countries such as the UK and America. Graduated students from Malta universities can continue their study or seek for career opportunities all around the world. Specifically, these students would be able to successfully apply for a job in the UK or Australia and Singapore more easily.
Job opportunities are abundant once your children enter the labor market with the diploma issued by European universities: Most of the curriculums by Malta universities are international ones and they are highly favored by European countries. This is truly the greatest advantage for your children to pursue their future career.
U – WHAT TO DRINK WHEN IN MALTA
The most favorite beverage that is paired with almost every dish by Maltese people is the local red wine. In Malta, red wine and its variants are ubiquitous – from the home-made wine served at bars to the classic ones that won many international wine awards.
Malta’s cuisine is the combination of Arab and Europe’s cuisines. Malta is obviously not as diverse as Italian, France or India in terms of food but there are absolutely specialties you must try once visiting Malta.
Ư – MALTA SETTLEMENT – MAKING YOUR DREAM OF EUROPEAN SETTLEMENT COME TRUE
Malta has officially become a member country of the EU since 2004. Malta is well-known for its stable bi-party political system, fast growing economy with some of the most reputable banks in the world.
As a Maltese citizen, investors are able to enjoy not only the perfect life in this island but also the European top-rated social security system.
For further information about Malta’s social security, click HERE
Besides, investors are entitled to these following benefits on their receiving permanent residence status:
- + Receiving permanent residence status for your 4 generation family
- + Travelling freely within 26 countries of the Schengen area.
- + Getting Visa exemption to over 180 countries, travelling freely to the UK, EU countries. And the United States, working freely in the UK, Germany and Netherland.
V – MALTA’S CULTURE
For many centuries, Malta was occupied by North African and the European Crusade warriors. This historical setting has contributed to the creation of Malta culture which is unique and intriguing.
Malta culture is the result of an integration process by discrete cultures on this island inlcuding those. From its Medditerannean neighbors and the empires ruling this island before it becomes independent. Malta has seven world heritage sites on its area.
Y – THE WORLD’S 5TH BEST HEALTHCARE SYSTEM
WHO ranks Malta as the 5th country out of 100 countries with the best general healthcare service. Recently, an independent study conducted by Nembeo about European countries shows that Malta’s healthcare system is the second best one just after France.
Public healthcare centers in Malta provide series of healthcare service such as treatments for acute condition, chronic diseases, pre. And post childbirth, mental health, rehabilitation and aged care. Most of these services are financially supported and almost charge-free.
CONCLUSION – Life in Malta
Portico & Bridge is proud to be guided by Sir Trafford Busuttil – CEO of Portico & Bridge. He is the only one Maltese citizen living in Vietnam for the time being. Sir Trafford comes from a renowned family in Malta whose father, Sir Edwin Busutill, used to serve the European Commission for over 32 years. Sir Trafford’s siblings are reputable lawyers as well who are running their own law firms in the country of Malta. Up till now, the successful application rate at Portico & Bridge has never failed to remain its absolute figure of 100%.
“European settlement – Let the European walk this way with you”. Once successfully become Malta permanent resident via the settlement by investment program at Portico & Bridge, the key that opens the door to European’s top quality of life is much easier to grab than ever.
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