The expenses for living and surviving in a particular location vary from country to country. While surviving in some countries won’t make a dent in your pocket, it doesn’t in other places. Here is a look at the ten most expensive countries to live with the highest cost of living, according to Numbeo’s cost of living index plus rents based on 2020 data. (Wikimedia Commons)
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n ° 10 | Country: South Korea | Coming in tenth position on the list is East Asia’s economic powerhouse, South Korea. The country, which is home to some of the largest companies, is also among the most expensive. (Image: Wikimedia Commons)
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No. 9 | Country: Singapore | The city-state is a global economic hub thanks to its strategically located port. The cosmopolitan city, home to millions of people, is one of the most expensive countries in the world.
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No. 8 | Country: Israel | The Middle Eastern nation may be at the center of a conflict zone, but it has become a regional power. (Photo: AP)
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No. 7 | Country: Luxembourg | The small European nation is one of the most beautiful nations on the planet. (Image: Reuters)
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No. 6 | Country: The Bahamas | The Caribbean island nation is a tourist hub that is home to some of the best beaches on the planet. (Image: Reuters)
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n ° 5 | Country: Denmark | The Scandinavian republic is famous for its high standard of living like its neighbors.
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n ° 4 | Country: Japan | The Asian superpower is one of the largest economies on the planet, making life quite expensive.
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n ° 3 | Country: Iceland | The Nordic island nation, home to volcanoes and hot springs, is the third most expensive country to live in. (Image: Shutterstock)
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n ° 2 | Country: Norway | Another Scandinavian republic to make the list is Norway, once the home of the fearsome Vikings. (Photo: AP)
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No. 1 | Country: Switzerland | The landlocked European nation is popular for its banking system and natural beauty. The nation is also one of the most expensive places to live. (Image: Shutterstock)