According to a global survey conducted by Numbeo, India is the cheapest country to live in, while Bermuda is far more expensive a place to live and work.
Georgia is included in the list of 10 most cheapest countries for travelers.
Numbeo – the world’s largest database of user contributed data about cities and countries worldwide, provided information on world living conditions including cost of living, housing indicators, health care, traffic, crime and pollution.
As a result, it was determined the ranking of the most expensive countries throughout the world for tourists. Totally, 122 countries have participated in the survey.
By taking a look and analyzing 50 factors, including food and property prices, the cost of medical services, public transport fees, utility bills, telephone and other tariffs, the ranking process was carried out.
According to the rating, in the list of the cheapest countries for tourists, the first place keeps India, then comes Moldova. On the third position stays Pakistan, while the fourth-place keeps Kazakhstan. In fifth and sixth places are Nepal and Ukraine. Finally, the “Magnificent Seven” is intended for Georgia.
The list of countries might surprise you as countries you thought are “cheap” or have low standards of living are not a part of the group. While moving abroad and settling elsewhere might be luring you, do take a look at whether you can afford the place before you move. And remember, not every salary you earn will justify the cost of living.
As for the rating, the most expensive countries according to Numbeo-‘s version are as follows: Bermuda, Switzerland, Barami islands, and so on.