In these five spots, expats will likely be greeted witha warm welcome, a helping hand and a friendly smile.
This East African country received the highest marks for friendliness. According to theInterNations report, 57% of expats in Uganda gave ‘general friendliness’ the best possiblerating (the global average was 26%). Not only that, not a single respondent ranked this factornegatively.
The Central American country ranks high across all factors when it comes to how easily expatsfit in. Almost nine out of 10 expats (89%) are pleased with the general friendliness of thepopulation, and eight out of 10 (79%) feel at home, according to the survey.
This South American hotspot feels like home fast, according to many expats.
As one of the sunniest countries in the world, Oman also has friendly residents who reflect thewarm climate. A welcoming culture rooted in faith also leads to an openness with newcomers.
This island nation has become an outsourcing capital with many multinational companiesopening offices here and attracting expats from across the world. Currently, residents of 159 countries do not need even need a visa to enter the Philippines.