10 most expensive countries to live in (03 June 2018)
Israel. Those who are flattered by the sacred places of the country and the landscapes of the desert, should be ready to spend a lot of money there. For example, eating in an inexpensive restaurant can cost you about $ 16 on average.
Japan. Although Asia, as a rule, is a cheap continent, "Land of the Rising Sun" appears to be strange. The cost of living in Japan is almost 20% higher than in the US.
Singapore. For those who plan visiting or moving to Asia without large additional costs, it would be better not to come to Singapore and go straight to cheaper Asian countries, for example the Philippines.
Denmark. Although Denmark is considered the happiest country in the world, it is also one of the most expensive. The capital of the country, Copenhagen, is often called one of the most expensive cities in the world. The local beer can cost you $ 6 on average.
Luxembourg. Luxembourg is becoming one of the most expensive countries in the world.
The Bahamas. If you want to live on this pristine island oasis with the cleanest water on the planet, be ready to spend lots of money there.
Norway. Scandinavian country has one of the highest levels of prices for personal goods and services throughout Europe.
Iceland. The cost of tickets makes Iceland an attractive destination for millions of tourists every year. But the country can easily ruin you. Starting with a glass of wine and ending up with eating in a restaurant, everything will be much more expensive than you used to pay at home.
Switzerland. It has been recently that the country dominated the list of the most expensive cities for business trips in 2018, and Geneva, Zurich and Basel that hit the ten top most expensive countries.
Bermuda Islands. According to Numbeo, the British overseas territory is the most expensive place in the world.