Retiring in Papua New Guinea

Hello everyone,

Why did you choose to retire in Papua New Guinea? What are the advantages compared with your home country?

What were your main considerations when deciding to move? For example, taxes, ease of transferring your pension, etc..

Are there any specific formalities you had to go through as a retiree moving to Papua New Guinea (for example, is there a particular retirement visa)?

What is Papua New Guinea's healthcare like? Have you had any good or bad experiences dealing with healthcare professionals?

Do you have any tips for other retirees in Papua New Guinea?

Thank you for sharing your experience.


I am not yet retired. If I am to retire I would go back to my country.

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