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Cheapest Countries To Live In 2013

Friday, Aug 14, 2020, 3:54 pm


Despite its wishy-washy politics, Pakistan is the cheapest country, in the world, to live in. While some areas have apartments for as cheap as $700, in Pakistan a person can find a practical home to live in for $100 per month Additionally, in Pakistan, the price of a kilogram of a loaf of bread is about 1/5 ofwhat it is in Tokyo, which is the most expensive city to live in in the world.

2.Manila, Philippines

Manila, Philippines is one of the cheapest places in the world to live. , Manila, also known as the Kingdom of Maynila, is one of sixteen cities to establish the national capital region. You will never hear a citizen mention that an item is overpriced to expensive. This in part, is thanks to tourism and business process outsourcing.

3.Kathmandu, Nepal

Kathmandu is the heart of Nepal's commerce. Nepal has always been a huge tourist attraction due to its mind-blowing sights. People are even more so enchanted with the area because of its cost of living. In Kathmandu, Nepal, an average loaf of bread costs just a little over a dollar.

4.Bucharest, Romania

Bucharest, Romania is the European Union's 10th largest city by population. The region's population and romantic sights have even allowed it to occasionally be called "Little Paris." Goods are services are reasonably priced. In fact, the goods are so reasonably priced that the average price of a bottle of quality wine is just $3.77.

5.Mumbai, India

Even though Mumbai has the highest population in India, it's still not an expensive place to dwell. Despite its richesin regards to commerce, Mumbai is one of the cheapest places to live in. Thevariances in household incomes have lower spending power, which keeps the prices at theirlowest.

6.Panama City, Panama

Panama City, Panama is hailed as one of the seven wonders of the contemporary world. Aside from being a breathtakingly beautiful place, it is home to some of the most luxurious hotels and results. In actual fact, Panama City is currently one of the top five retirement places in the world.

7.Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

Jeddah is one of Saudi Arabia's main resort cities; attracting thousands of people annually. Car owners will love the gas prices here. Using unleaded petrol to fill up your tank will not put you in the poor house. As one of the 10 cheapest places to live, the average price of a liter of unleaded petrol in Jeddah is just $0.13. Too bad you can't bottle that stuff and sell it on eBay.


8.Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka is gorgeous to look at and cheap to dwell in. Tourists and citizens don't have to worry about the price of properties and services. In Sri Lanka, the price of goods and services are moderately lower because its economy primarily depends on home-grown resources. This aspect of Sri Lanka makes the region even more attractive to those who are thinking to live or invest in all that Sri Lanka has to offer.


Looks aren't deceiving when it comes to Morocco. As beautiful as Morocco is, it's actually the eighth cheapest country in the world to live in. Unlike some other counties currently facing economic hardships, Morocco's economy is extremely stable. There are several economic opportunities for tourists, as well as businessmen who want to invest in Morocco.


10.Sofia, Bulgaria

Sofia isn't just the name of a Golden Girls character. The region is the economic center of Bulgaria. It has been the country's capital since 1879 and is the fifth largest city in the European Union. Due to the city's decline in apartment prices in 2009 by 26%, Sofia is one of the cheapest places in the world to live.

11.Nairobi, Kenya

If you ever take a trip to Kenya, you might just fall in love with the cost of living.There is one specific area inside the city called Upper Hill that has caught the eye of many. The reason this area has become so promisingis due to the inexpensive costs of land and cheap maintenance, which has piqued the interest of several international investors and businesses.



Not only is Croatia a beautiful place to visit, but it's also a great place to live. One of the best aspects of Croatia is that the prices of commodities in the region do not increase. The head honchos over there have a strict price controlling policy in-place, which is great for the natives so they don't have to worry about added costs at every turn.


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