VIETNAMESE’S LIFE IN MALTA
Vietnamese’s life in Malta – an ideal life in an ideal country for settlement. Reasons that make Malta a haven for Vietnamese settlers. Malta – an island country that is dubbed Europe’s Singapore and is becoming one of the hottest countries among settlement investor community all around the world. During the past few years, Malta Permanent Residence Programme has particularly gained in popularity among the Vietnamese community. So what is it like for the Vietnamese to live in Malta? Are there any special things other than those of a normal life in Vietnam? Let’s get to know about it right away with Portico & Bridge!
LIFE OF THE VIETNAMESE COMMUNITY IN MALTA – AN IDEAL LIFE IN AN IDEAL COUNTRY
Malta is a country that is never without pleasant sunshine. Its healing atmosphere makes Malta such a different part of Europe. Malta remains a leisurely pace of life which can perfectly accommodate anyone who has had enough with their hectic life and seeks for a relaxing haven. Probably this is why the Maltese there are very kind and hospitable.
According to mylifeelsewhere.com (a Q&A platform where netizens discuss about life of cities and countries all around the world), what you will get from living in Malta instead of Vietnam are:
- Longer life expectancy by 6,8 years: In Malta, the average life span of the people there is 80 years old (78 years old and 83 years old respectively for men and women). While in Vietnam, the number is just 74 (71 for men and 76 for women)
- Maternal mortality rate reduction by 6 times: There are about 9 out of 100 women die from childbirth in Malta every year while Vietnam registers a greater number of 54.
- Higher GDP by 83,6%: Malta’s GDP is 42.000 dollars which is significantly higher than that of Vietnam which is 6.9000 dollars.
- Lower secondary school tuition per children for 2 semesters by 3,9%: In Vietnam, the average amount of tuition is 8698,16 dollars while Malta’s is 8076,38 dollars.
Let’s get some more details about life in Europe’s glorious island country with Portico & Bridge!
VIETNAMESE’S LIVING EXPENSES IN MALTA
Living expense of a Vietnamese in Malta is rather reasonable comparing to other parts of Europe. Specifically, people only have to pay a reasonable amount for food while public transportation does not cost them much. Though eating out could be costly for some people, the average cost is much less expensive than that of other big cities in Europe.
There are a large number of available apartments for rent in Malta which are of diverse genres. The amount of money paid for apartment rental or for purchase purposes is rather cheap as well so it is pretty easy for the Vietnamese to find a place to live in Malta.
Averagely, it costs 100-150 EUR totally for electricity, water, gas and internet on a monthly basis. However, you will not have to pay any amount other these service charges and this is such a huge advantage.
FOOD & NECESSITIES IN MALTA – Vietnamese’s life in Malta
It is a common concern among Vietnamese that they would have to experience difficulties trying to familiarize themselves with the local food. Don’t take it with worries since in Malta, there are a great amount of Asian food and necessities. To exemplify, Malta has a supermarket called Asian King selling Asian items, an infamous China Town. And a Thai cuisine restaurant which holds Malta’s top10 most beautiful restaurants.
In Malta, you will only find super fresh vegetables, meat and seafood. The supermarkets there have Vietnamese traditional seasoning sauces and spices such as soy sauce and fish sauce for sale. Besides, it doesn’t have to be in Vietnam still you can enjoy myriad of dishes that play an irreplaceable role in Vietnamese cuisine such as rice paper, durian, spring rolls and pork bologna in the country of Malta. Consumers there can rest assured that Malta only allows food from approved sources to be sold and more importantly, food is sold at reasonable price.
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MALTA’S HEALTHCARE SYSTEM
Malta has successfully proved its enviable achievement in operating a healthcare system of impressive quality. Both its private and public hospitals are modernly well equipped with top-notch technologies. Besides, Malta also runs a chain of medical centers that are located in its every sub-island to ensure full coverage of healthcare nationwide.
As the world’s top5 most developed healthcare system, Malta has a system of large-scale hospitals that meet every standard regarding hygiene and convenience. Hospital fee charged by Malta’s public hospitals is very inexpensive. For Malta’s citizens or permanent residents, this charge is totally free.
Unlike in Vietnam, there is no disturbance brought by noise, crowd, and hygiene experienced at Malta’s public hospitals. In an attempt to explain for this absolute worry-free environment, Malta healthcare system emphasizes that their top priority is patients’ well-being. Any disturbing factors would be eliminated to their minimum level to give patients every possible chance of feeling pessimistic and thus, being able to fight against diseases. Besides, this country also has several Oriental medicine centers to meet the demands of Asian patients.
MALTA’S EDUCATION – Vietnamese’s life in Malta
Malta applies the education standards developed by the UK – one of the most advanced education systems in the world. Technically speaking, if the UK’s education system gets 100 on a scale of 100, Malta’s would definitely be given 80. Malta’s education is also highly evaluated for their practice of holding capacity assessment and placement test on students at their early age.
Malta has a system of large scale universities that are well-equipped with cutting edge teaching facilities. To maximize students’ learning outcomes, these universities design an impressively stimulating environment to accommodate students’ needs to discuss. And study at anytime and anywhere they wish on campus. In addition, it goes as a piece of good news for investors’ children. That most of Malta’s schools apply a curriculum with English as the language of instruction.
Another special thing about Malta’s education system is that it costs no fee for general education program. Malta’s citizens are able to enjoy the tuition fee program and even student supplies are sponsored 100% by the government.
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES IN MALTA
Malta’s labour market is considered rather diverse which carries ample opportunities for Vietnamese people in Malta. There are a lot of international companies mostly specializing in the fields of finance. And IT which give employment to a great deal of people yet offer competitive salary rate in comparison with the local businesses.
Malta also has an accommodating policy over tax to be paid by foreign companies. Moreover, its stability of politics and finance makes it an ideal environment for the Vietnamese there to invest in. Or to establish their own company. Vietnamese people living in Malta have greater career opportunities and their GDP is higher than those in Vietnam by approximately 84%.
LIFE OF VIETNAMESE IN MALTA VIA PERMANENT RESIDENCE PROGRAMME
Malta Permanent Residence Programme is the only one program in Europe that allows an application that includes members of even 4 generations per family. This is a valuable chance in which investor can both possess a piece of real estate in Malta. While seize the free-pass of European study abroad for their offspring.
Especially, it is not until their application is approved by the Malta government that investors can begin investing, which guarantees absolute safety for investors.
Conditions of application:
To legally become a Maltese citizen, investor needs to make an investment into a piece of real estate. With a minimum period of 5 years and a contribution by cash to the local government. Specifically, you can choose one out of two following forms of investment
- Purchase a piece of investment of 300.000 EUR at minimum. And make a contribution to the Malta’s government with an amount of 28.000 EUR.
- Rent a piece of government that is 10.000 EUR at minimum per year. And make a contribution to the government with an amount of 28.000 EUR.
For Malta government’s official information about the 2021 MPRP.
CONCLUSION – Vietnamese’s life in Malta
Portico & Bridge is proud to be guided by Sir Traffor Busuttil – Portico & Bridge’s CEO. He is the only one Maltese being in Vietnam for the time being. Sir Trafford owns his origin from a infamous Maltese family. His father, Sir Edwin Busutill, is one of the leading politicians in Malta who used to work for the European Commission for over 32 years. In addition, Sir Trafford’s siblings are reputable attorneys who work for their own law firms in Malta. Up to now, Portico & Bridge’s successful application rare has continuously remained its complete figure of 100%.
“European settlement – Let the European walk this way with you.” Vietnamese’s life in Malta – top quality of life in Europe. Portico & Bridge makes this journey easier than ever for you
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