Life in Port Moresby for Indian Expats

#1 11 January 2013 17:47:36

shramik26
shramik26
Hyderabad

Life in Port Moresby for Indian Expats

Hi,

I am Shramik Kumar from India.I got an offer in Port Moresby.
Its a 4 yr contract in Insurance Broking Firm named "Insurance Partners PNG Ltd".The office is in Champion Parade (Pacific Building).
How is the life in Port Moresby for Indian expats? How safe is the office area?

Regards
Shramik Kumar

#4 02 April 2013 04:05:53

Jamshi
Jamshi
London

Re: Life in Port Moresby for Indian Expats

Hi sharmik..
Im also got an offer from port moresby..im also wanna know about the place. Hope now you r wrking there..please share your exp..thanks

#5 03 April 2013 10:01:10

stumpy
stumpy
Vientiane

Re: Life in Port Moresby for Indian Expats

Moresby is reasonably safe but you have to be aware of where you are and what is happening around you.

Don't go out at night by yourself. Robberies are common.

The building is in the centre of Moresby. 

Your accommodationn needs to be secure and guarded.

Best you google 'security in Port Moresby' 

Your contract should include accommodation, transport to and from work.

For cost of living www.numbeo.com

Last edited by stumpy (03 April 2013 10:01:52)

#6 01 October 2014 09:23:47

glinsthattil

Re: Life in Port Moresby for Indian Expats

Dear Friends,

Good Day,

I received one offer for PNG from one company and they offer me salary daily rate with net Tax. Job details are 6x2 week ON/OFF, HRA & Flight updown tickets by them. But may i get advise about tax.

1) How much would i pay?
2) Expecting a tax calculation example for help

thanks.

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