Top 10 Cheapest Countries to Live in 2013

| March 29, 2013

With the recent global economic recession and ever growing inflation rate, people have become conscious in finding the places where there would be lesser expenditures. Since a vast majority of the total world population is living on or below the poverty line, therefore people are in constant struggle to settle in those places where they can find both the necessities and luxuries at reasonable prices. There are few countries in the world which have the ability to offer these incentives to such people. The inflation rates are relatively controlled in these countries. Moreover, their beautiful landscapes, cleaner environment and better tourism facilities also attract the people from all around the globe. The greatest beneficiaries, undoubtedly, are the people from their neighboring countries. However, they also accommodate well those individuals who are planning to spend their vacations in some most beautiful places of the world, keeping in view the limited amount of money in their pockets. Thus, the countries mentioned below have great potential to offer these all at one place and largely attract thousands of people each year. Following is the list top 10 cheapest countries to live in 2013, based on the prices of commodities and services offered in these countries as well as better tourism facilities and attractive landscapes.


10. Bali

Bali, a small but one of the most beautiful islands of Asia, has always been a source of attraction for the people from all around the world. The prices of goods and services in Bali are not beyond the reach of an average man. The hotels at Bali are not very expensive, though they provide the most luxurious services of the world.

9. Croatia

Croatia is one of the most beautiful places of the entire Europe. Its beautiful and attractive scenery greatly attracts the tourist from all around the world. One of the most prominent features of Croatia is that the prices of commodities in Croatia do not increase with suddenly as the authorities over here have a strict price controlling policies which greatly facilitates not only the native people but also the visitors.

8. Morocco

Morocco is one of the most beautiful and stable countries of Northern Africa. The economic conditions of this country are relatively stable and predictable which further add to the positive points of this country. it offers very promising opportunities not only to the tourists but also to the interested businessmen to invest in this country. It is 8th least expensive country in the world.

7. Peru

Peru’s landscapes are breath-taking. The most prominent feature of Peru is its rain forests which provide a very attractive atmosphere to the tourists from all over the world. Moreover, the prices of goods and services are relatively lower at Peru which encourages the tourists to visit this place. Those businessmen who are interested to invest their money find very helpful economic atmosphere to invest in the industries of shipping and mining here in Peru.

6. Sri Lanka

This beautiful island of Sub-continent, previously known as Cylon, is one of the most beautiful places on the earth. Its beautiful beaches and forests greatly attract the tourists from all over the world. The prices of goods and services are relatively lower in Sri Lanka because its economy largely depends on the indigenous resources which further enhance the economic conditions of the native people.

5. Mexico

Mexico, located in North America, is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful places in the entire world. The beautiful landscapes, beaches, and forests accompanied by controlled and low prices of commodities greatly attract the people from all over the world.

4. Greece

Greece, the land of ancient philosophers and scientists, is a beautiful country of Europe. Despite of the fact that Greece has been facing severe economic crisis since last few years, however it still offers great and promising opportunities to the visitors who can find great landscapes and cleaner environment at relatively lower prices as compared to other countries of Europe.

3. Brazil

Brazil is largely famous for its rivers, waterfalls and forests. This country has a fair economic policy which keeps the prices lower which greatly attract the tourists and visitors to come to this place. One of the most fascinating and beautiful places of Brazil is Rio De Jenario where the next Olympic games are going to be held which would further increase the popularity of this place.

2. New Zealand

Being the most peaceful country in the entire world, New Zealand is a place of luxurious life where one can enjoy everything at relatively fair prices. The beautiful meadows, valleys and forests of New Zealand have always attracted people from all around the world. It is 2nd cheapest country to live in 2013.

1. Pakistan

Despite of worse economic and political conditions, Pakistan is still at the top of the list of cheapest countries of the world. The northern areas of Pakistan give breath taking visuals to the tourists who always enjoy a lot traveling in Pakistan. Moreover, Pakistan is a home of various wild life species which are found nowhere in the world. Although the inflation rate is very high in the country, yet the living cost in this country is still far less than majority of the countries of the world. One can find a reasonable home to live in at even below 100$ per month which greatly attracts the tourists from all over the world.

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