The Cheapest & Safest Countries to Live in the World (2023)

Living overseas comes with a lot of benefits. But if you worry about the cost of living eating away at your bank account, why pick the most expensive and safest countries to live in the world? Fortunately, you can live somewhere a lot cheaper without having to sacrifice your well-being. In many affordable countries, a lower US salary could allow you to live quite comfortably. If you only make $1,000 USD a month, that would maybe cover a fraction of your rent in a big American or European city. However, that same amount of money could cover rent, food and other expenses in a more affordable country, even in bustling metros.

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If you’re a digital nomad, teaching abroad or retiree preparing to move abroad, these countries can give you the best of both worlds in terms of safety and affordability:

  • Asia
  • Europe
  • Central America
  • South America

Cheapest Countries to Live in Asia

Asia’s economic, environmental and cultural diversity makes it easy to find both affordable and safe countries to live in. And since they’re spread out across the continent, there are plenty of regions to choose from!


India is known for its waterfalls and green mountainsides that house its famous teas, spices, and cash crops.

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Rent in India can cost between $200 to $300 USD per month. The state of Goa has gained a reputation for being trendy among self-made expats, as a lot of artisans reside there.

Travel writer and blogger Anna Phipps, says “The longer I’m in Goa, the more people I meet and the harder it is to leave.”

And if you want to live outside a major city, rent is even cheaper. You can rent a decent apartment for as low as $60 USD per month.


Do you love to eat? Well, India is a great place to stuff yourself on a dime, a full plate at a restaurant can cost around $1, which sounds wild. Probably because many fast-food restaurants in the US don’t even have dollar menus anymore! And when it comes to groceries, you can get the basics for around $20 per week. However, if you are a beef lover, Southern India may not be the place for you. It’s hard to find beef on many restaurant menus and in grocery stores due to partial beef bans in some eastern and southern Indian states and union territories:

Eight states and four union territories in eastern and southern India have laws that ban the slaughter of cows and calves, but allow bulls, bullocks and buffaloes to be killed as long as they have a “fit for slaughter” certificate.

(Source: BBC)


There are a lot of ways to get around India. If you live in a major metro, transportation is quite affordable. For instance, a single bus ride in Delhi only costs around 20 cents, according to the city’s tourism site. Additionally, India has a robust railway system with relatively affordable ticket prices. India Today, an English-language news outlet in India, says a first-class train ticket from Delhi to Mumbai is around $63.21 USD.

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While India is a more affordable than other countries, be careful when choosing where to live. Crime rates are high in many metros and even some rural areas. To determine the risk-level interactive map from Crime in India can show you what types of crimes happen where.

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Vietnam’s bustling cities, beautiful countryside and low cost of living are sure to please anyone who decides to move there.

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Whether you want to live in the heart of the city, hide in the mountains or plant yourself on the beach, modern housing in Vietnam is cheaper than a lot of other places. Rent can be as low as $200 USD per month. However, rent costs can depend on the location and size of the property you choose.


Local dry markets, or markets that sell fruits, vegetables and grains, can be fantastic places to buy affordable groceries – and an unintentional meet and greet with your neighbors. But if you live in the city and crave some good old American fast food, Expatistan, a site that provides cost of living indexes, says your standard combo meal only costs around $3.79 USD. 


Motorbikes are both a popular and affordable mode of transportation in Vietnam and you can buy a nice one for around $750 USD. That may sound a bit more expensive, but when you compare the price of a motorbike to a brand-new car in many parts of the world, it’s a pretty good deal.


Not only is Vietnam cheap, it’s also relatively safe, according to the 2021 Global Peace Index, by the Institute for Economics & Peace. Violent crime rates aren’t as high. However, if you live in a major city like Hanoi, be aware of petty theft crimes like pickpocketing. 


With colorful Buddhist temples and dazzling street markets that fill the air with the scent of local Thai cuisine, Thailand is a booming yet economical country for digital nomads and other expats wanting to live in Southeast Asia.

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Rent in a major city like Bangkok starts at $462 USD per month, according to, a site used to find apartments and condos in Bangkok. 

Chiang Mai, another bustling Thai metro, is also relatively affordable. Living expenses for individuals in Chiang Mai are only around $534 USD per month and $1,892 USD per month for a family of 4, per data from NUMBEO, another site that provides cost of living indexes.

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Like India, the food in Thailand is delicious, cheap and plentiful. It’s like you could eat out every night without going broke – a dream for us all, isn’t it? A plate of street food should only cost you between $1 USD and $3 USD, according to Tripsavvy , a website that provides price information for travelers and expats. And if you get sick of street food, basic groceries like milk, eggs, fruits vegetables and other produce usually only cost around $28 USD per week.


Most of Thailand’s cities are small enough to travel on foot, but many locals opt for a scooter. You can rent scooters for around $6.30 USD per day, according to Travel Thailand Essentials, a website written by an expat who provides information on living and traveling in Thailand.


Thailand, like anywhere, has its safe areas and not-so-safe areas. Petty theft can be common in some areas, but as long as you remain aware and vigilant of your surroundings, you should be okay. The US State Department also says certain areas of Thailand, like the Yala, Pattani, Narathiwat and Songkhla provinces should be temporarily avoided due to civil unrest.


Malaysia is one of Asia’s most friendly and tolerant countries. You can expect top-notch hospitality from locals here, as they are very welcoming to the mass influx of expats moving here. Not only is Malaysia welcoming, but they’ve also made it very easy to live there. The country allows new travelers to obtain 10-year visas under its Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) program.

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Rent prices can vary depending on where you live. But on average, rent is relatively affordable in many parts of Malaysia. Kristen Raccucia, a writer who lives in the city of Penang, said.

“I love everything about [Penang]. The food is great, the people are welcoming, there’s a big expat community, the price is right, everything.”

She and her husband live in a 2,300 sq. ft. apartment for only $650 USD per month.


Love noodle and rice dishes? Do you love getting them for cheap? Well then Malaysia is the right place for you! You can get both at a street market for around $1 USD and many other local dishes are under $2 USD. Groceries in Malaysia are as much, if not more affordable than eating out. Which, to many, the concept is mind-boggling. Common grocery items like milk, bread, produce, chicken, beef and pork can cost between $10 USD and $22 USD per week here.


Malaysia is also known for its vast and affordable public transit. For example, in a big capital city like Kuala Lumpur, a single bus ride would only cost you 70 cents, according to the city’s website.


Malaysia is typically a safe place to live with low to minimal threats of violence. But due to COVID-19, the US State Department has issued travel warnings, as Malaysia’s government still has strict lockdown rules in place.

Cheapest Countries to Live in Europe

Some countries in Europe are known for their high cost of living. Yet, others are more economical and still have robust social safety nets and rich cultural traditions.

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Portugal is one of Western Europe’s most affordable countries, according to Forbes.  And that says a lot compared to the cost of others in the region.

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One reason living in Portugal is because there are flexible living options. You can rent a shared apartment with prices starting at $400 USD per month, according to International Living Magazine. Private apartments can cost a little more and prices can fluctuate depending on where you live. If you’re living in Lisbon, Portugal’s capital city, it’s a bit more expensive. There are also some long-term housing options like hostels. Hostels can be much more affordable than renting an apartment or home, just prepare to get really cozy with your neighbors!


Portugal is known for its rich culinary heritage with fish, meat and garlic as some of its cuisine staples. Dinner is THE premier social activity here. So, if you decide to eat out, restaurant prices can range from $5 USD to $45 USD, depending on where you live and where you go. And, of course, eating dinner at home in Portugal is often a more economical option. Groceries are affordable for meals at home, even in the big, bustling cities. Average grocery costs in Portugal can run around $200 USD per month. Those costs can seem steep, but hey, it’s ALOT better than other places.


Transportation in Portugal is also relatively affordable. Expatica says the country has a very dense and accessible public transportation network that spans across the entire country s. In Lisbon, for example, bus and tram tickets can cost between $1 USD to $2 USD per ride. And if you’re trying to get to more rural areas,, a website that helps people navigate life in Portugal, rideshare platforms like Uber and Cabify can provide a reasonably priced alternate transportation option.


Portugal is listed among the top five safest places on the Global Peace Index. At the same time, Lisbon is a popular spot for pickpockets. If you plan to live in Lisbon, just remain mindful of your surroundings.

Cheapest Countries to Live in Central America

For ocean lovers, Mayan history buffs and hikers alike, Central America is a great place for expats looking to get out of their comfort zones and out of expensive cities.

Costa Rica

Costa Rica is a tropical paradise that doesn’t include an expensive price tag. International Living says you can make $1,600 to $2,000 per month and live a fairly luxurious lifestyle. Plus, it is one of the best countries for expats and many locals welcome them with open arms.

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A one-bedroom apartment in Costa Rica typically costs around $500 USD. However, if you’re living in the capital of San Jose or another coastal town, expect to pay a little more. NUMBEO says rent for a 1-bedroom apartment in San Jose’s city center can cost around $631 USD per month and a 3-bedrroom apartment will cost you around $980 USD per month.


Restaurant dining can be a bit more expensive, especially in San Jose and coastal resort towns. But when you can get such scenic views with your meal, it can be so worth it. Plus, it’s still less pricey than places like Paris or New York City. If you get a meal for two at a restaurant, it can cost around $40 USD. At the same time, that $40 USD buys you a three-course meal for two people, so you definitely won’t need dessert after that. Fortunately, groceries are a little cheaper. If you live in Costa Rica, basic grocery items only cost around $24.95 per USD per week.


The US News and World Report says:

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The best way to get around Costa Rica is by bus, which is reliable, navigable, inexpensive and frequently runs through San José, Costa Rica’s capital.

Local public transit buses are fairly cheap. In San Jose, riding the city bus costs around 35 cents per ride. If you are looking to go cross-country, there are public buses that offer rides out of San Jose to coastal cities like Jaco or Tamarindo. These typically cost around $40 USD to $80 USD per ride.


Costa Rica has also been labeled as one of the most peaceful countries in Central America by the Global Peace Index. However, it has seen an uptick in crime in recent years, per data from the US State Department. But if you exercise caution and remain aware of your surroundings, you should be okay.

Cheapest Countries to Live in South America

As one of the most biodiverse continents on Earth, there’s a climate and a culture everyone can enjoy in South America. And while some areas are dealing with political unrest and skyrocketing inflation, others are some of the most beautiful, cheap and safe places to live in the world.


As one of the cheapest countries in South America, Bolivia is an excellent place for living and working abroad. With plenty of drinking, dancing, and some of the happiest people you’ll ever meet, you are sure to feel welcome here.

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It’s fairly easy to find decent living spaces here. Lonely Planet, an informational site for travelers and expats, says you can rent a place in Bolivia for around $300 USD to $500 USD per month. In some cases, apartments or other rental units may come completely furnished and include Wi-Fi, which can give you a significant discount on your moving costs.


You can feast like royalty without breaking the bank in Bolivia. Culture Trip, a cultural dining site, says you can order a three-course meal at some high-end restaurants. For groceries in Bolivia, essential items like milk, eggs, produce, cheese, chicken and bread average around $15 USD to $25 USD per week. You can even get a quality bottle of wine for only $7 USD, making it easier to host a fancy party on a dime.


Public transportation is widely used in Bolivia. Micros (city buses) and Trufis are used by both locals and tourists. There are also Flotas, which are buses used for more long-distance trips. According to Lonely Planet, Micro buses are very affordable, costing around 20 cents per ride. Trufis are about 33 cents per ride. For Flotas’, prices can vary depending on the type of bus you ride, as some are known to be more luxurious than others.


In terms of safety, Bolivia has one of the lowest crime rates in South America. According to Internations, a site that provides country information for expats, many Bolivian cities have medium level crime rates, meaning they’re mostly safe, but that people should keep an eye on their surroundings. If you are in Santa Cruz, however, locals say it’s best to exercise caution, as the city has a reputation for high crime rates.

A High Quality of Life Without the High Costs

Regardless of your reason for moving, any of these countries can be an exciting and economical new place to call home. And while most expats experience culture shock as they adjust to their new country, many find that this experience allows them to grow and gives them a whole new perspective on life.

No matter where you go, there can be a lot of learning and adapting to do. But don’t worry, the WorldSmart Association can be your ultimate guide to enduring the ups and downs of expat life. Become a member today!

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    What is the most affordable and safest country to live in? ›

    Definitely one of the cheapest and safest places to live in the world, Portugal is very popular among people leaving the US to move abroad. Transportation is very sophisticated and easy to use all over Portugal, and you can travel cheaply around the country by train or bus.

    What is the number 1 safest country to live in? ›

    1. Iceland. Iceland, the land of fire and ice, is also the safest country in the world according to the Global Peace Index. With a low homicide rate, low level of violent crime, and limited access to small arms, Iceland is truly a peaceful country for its residents and visitors.

    What are the 5 safest countries to live in? ›

    Iceland takes the GPI crown for the safest country in the world, followed by New Zealand, Ireland, Denmark, and Austria in the top five.

    What's the cheapest country I could afford? ›

    But the good news is, travel doesn't have to be expensive. There are many affordable countries where you can live and work—maybe even while traveling—while getting much more bang for your buck.
    10 best and cheapest countries to live in
    1. Vietnam. ...
    2. Costa Rica. ...
    3. Bulgaria. ...
    4. Mexico. ...
    5. South Africa. ...
    6. China. ...
    7. South Korea. ...
    8. Thailand.
    Feb 2, 2023

    What is the best country to move to from the US? ›

    But there are many more: check our Best countries to move from the USA list. Greece, Cyprus, Andorra, Portugal, the Caribbean and Malta are among the most favourable places for US expats.

    What is the cheapest country for an American to live in? ›

    10 Cheapest Countries in the World to Live In

    Philippines. Portugal. Vietnam. South Africa.

    What is the safest place in America to live? ›

    Safest Cities In America
    1. Glens Falls, New York. The Glens Falls MSA includes Warren and Washington counties. ...
    2. Midland, Michigan. ...
    3. State College, Pennsylvania. ...
    4. The Villages, Florida. ...
    5. 5. Logan, Utah. ...
    6. Wausau, Wisconsin. ...
    7. Cambridge, Massachusetts. ...
    8. Elizabethtown, Kentucky.

    Which country is best live life? ›

    • Sweden. #1 in Quality of Life. #5 in Best Countries Overall. ...
    • Denmark. #2 in Quality of Life. #10 in Best Countries Overall. ...
    • Canada. #3 in Quality of Life. ...
    • Switzerland. #4 in Quality of Life. ...
    • Norway. #5 in Quality of Life. ...
    • Finland. #6 in Quality of Life. ...
    • Germany. #7 in Quality of Life. ...
    • Netherlands. #8 in Quality of Life.

    What country has the least crime? ›

    • Switzerland. #1 in Safe. #1 in Best Countries Overall. ...
    • Denmark. #2 in Safe. #10 in Best Countries Overall. ...
    • New Zealand. #3 in Safe. #11 in Best Countries Overall. ...
    • Norway. #4 in Safe. #13 in Best Countries Overall. ...
    • Sweden. #5 in Safe. #5 in Best Countries Overall. ...
    • Finland. #6 in Safe. ...
    • Canada. #7 in Safe. ...
    • Netherlands. #8 in Safe.

    Is USA a safe country to live? ›

    Although it's true that the US has a higher crime rate than many other developed countries, its reputation for violence is often exaggerated by the local media. As a whole, the country is an extremely safe expat destination.

    What place has the lowest cost of living? ›

    But if you're thinking about relocating to one of these places with the lowest costs of living, just remember to weigh the pros and cons.
    • Mobile, Alabama.
    • Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. ...
    • Conway, Arkansas. ...
    • Jackson, Mississippi. ...
    • Augusta-Aiken, Georgia/South Carolina. ...
    • Amarillo, Texas. ...
    • Akron, Ohio. ...
    • Des Moines, Iowa. ...
    Feb 12, 2023

    What country is easy to immigrate to from us? ›

    Which are the easiest countries to immigrate to from the US? Portugal, Malta and Spain are some of the easiest countries to relocate to from the United States. American citizens can either gain permanent residency or apply for citizenships via each country's Citizenship by Invest programs.

    What country does the U.S. depend on the most? ›

    Year-to-Date Imports
    RankCountryPercent of Total Imports
    ---Total, All Countries100.0%
    ---Total, Top 15 Countries79.2%
    13 more rows

    Where do most Americans live? ›

    As of 2014, nearly 40% of the population lived in counties on the coast. Though home to almost 40% of the U.S. population, coastal areas account for less than 10% of the total land in the contiguous United States. In the U.S., 127 million people live in coastal counties.

    What is the friendliest country to move to? ›

    • New Zealand. #1 in Friendly. #11 in Best Countries Overall. ...
    • Spain. #2 in Friendly. #16 in Best Countries Overall. ...
    • Italy. #3 in Friendly. #14 in Best Countries Overall. ...
    • Greece. #4 in Friendly. #25 in Best Countries Overall. ...
    • Canada. #5 in Friendly. ...
    • Netherlands. #6 in Friendly. ...
    • Australia. #7 in Friendly. ...
    • Norway. #8 in Friendly.

    What is the most free country to live in? ›

    2022 rankings

    In the 2022 index, New Zealand is ranked most free overall, while North Korea is last.

    What country has the best affordable housing? ›

    Housing Affordability
    #35 CountriesLast
    1#1 South Korea2019
    2#2 Estonia2019
    3#3 Hungary2019
    4#4 Russia2019
    31 more rows

    Which country gives citizenship easily? ›

    You can become a permanent resident via investments, marriage, naturalisation, etc. Some easiest countries to get citizenship to include Canada, New Zealand, Portugal, Thailand, Australia and Ireland. Most people move abroad to improve their financial prospects and ultimately become citizens of that country.

    Where is the cheapest nicest place to live in the USA? ›

    Augusta, a small city near Georgia's border with South Carolina, is one of the cheapest and safest places to live in the USA. It has a low crime rate and a low cost of living, making it perfect for those looking to live comfortably and save money.

    What is the 1 safest city in America? ›

    First up on our list of the Safest Cities in the US is Frisco, Texas. We begin our list by looking at Frisco, Texas.

    What state has the lowest crime rate? ›

    Vermont. The safest state in the USA is Vermont. It has the lowest violent crime rate in America, with only 1.46 per 1,000 people out of a population of 647,064. In 2022, there were only 15 murders, 64 robberies, and 790 assaults in Vermont.

    Which country is best to make money? ›

    • Canada. #1 in A good job market. #3 in Best Countries Overall. ...
    • Germany. #2 in A good job market. ...
    • United Kingdom. #3 in A good job market. ...
    • United States. #4 in A good job market. ...
    • Australia. #5 in A good job market. ...
    • Japan. #6 in A good job market. ...
    • Switzerland. #7 in A good job market. ...
    • Sweden. #8 in A good job market.

    What is the number 1 place to live in the world? ›

    Vienna, Austria

    The city scored a total index of 99.1 out of 100, and received a perfect score in stability, health care, education and infrastructure.

    Which country is No 1 in world? ›

    United States. The United States of America is a North American nation that is the world's most dominant economic and military power.

    Where is the least crime in the US? ›

    Maine. Maine has the lowest violent crime rate of any state: It ranks second-lowest in murder, 19th in rape, first in aggravated assault and fourth in robbery. It also is in the top 10 in each of the three property crimes. But it's also 45th in number of law enforcement officers.

    Which country has the most crimes? ›

    This alarming number has resulted in an average global homicide rate of 6.2 per 100,000 inhabitants for 2018.
    Violent Crime Rates by Country.
    #CountryHomicide Rate
    1El Salvador48.71 per 100k
    2Venezuela38.99 per 100k
    3Lesotho35.95 per 100k
    4Colombia35.71 per 100k
    148 more rows

    What is the geographically safest place to live on Earth? ›

    In 2022, Monaco and Andorra were the two safest country in the world according to the Global Risk Index. San Marino followed behind. The Global Risk Index assesses the risk for disaster for 193 countries.

    Is Canada safer than the US? ›

    In 2021, Canada ranked as the 4th safest country in the world by U.S. News. Canada's high position on the index sits alongside Switzerland, Denmark, and Norway. Canada's ranking is 14 spots before the United Kingdom, and 34 spots ahead of the United States.

    Where is it safe to live outside of the US? ›

    The safest place in the world is Iceland, which ranks number one on the 2022 Global Peace Index. Iceland, with a score of 1.107, has held this position on the GPI for over a decade.

    What is the safest country for an American travel? ›

    1. Iceland. Ranked as the world's safest countries to travel to, Iceland is a top tier destination for a stress-free trip. ...
    2. Switzerland. ...
    3. Denmark. ...
    4. New Zealand. ...
    5. Canada. ...
    6. Spain. ...
    7. Portugal. ...
    8. Ireland.

    Which country has the best human rights? ›

    In the first global Human Rights Report Card issued by the CIRIGHTS Data Project, Canada and Sweden were at the head of the class with a 96, followed by New Zealand, Norway and Portugal at 94. At the bottom were Iraq with a score of 12, China at 10, and North Korea and Syria with six.

    What is the best country to live in financially? ›

    • Switzerland. #1 in Economically stable. #1 in Best Countries Overall. ...
    • Germany. #2 in Economically stable. ...
    • Canada. #3 in Economically stable. ...
    • Netherlands. #4 in Economically stable. ...
    • United Kingdom. #5 in Economically stable. ...
    • Australia. #6 in Economically stable. ...
    • Japan. #7 in Economically stable. ...
    • Sweden. #8 in Economically stable.

    What is the best free country to live in? ›


    What is the safest country to live in America? ›

    When evaluated by 2022 GPI, the top three safest countries in North America are Canada, Costa Rica, and Panama.

    Where is the best place to live financially in the world? ›

    1. COLOMBIA. One of the main benefits of living in Colombia is the low cost of living. And what's more, it's a low cost of living in a country that offers many of the first-world amenities and infrastructure that you'd expect in a much more expensive location.

    Which country has the nicest people? ›

    • New Zealand. #1 in Friendly. #11 in Best Countries Overall. ...
    • Spain. #2 in Friendly. #16 in Best Countries Overall. ...
    • Italy. #3 in Friendly. #14 in Best Countries Overall. ...
    • Greece. #4 in Friendly. #25 in Best Countries Overall. ...
    • Canada. #5 in Friendly. ...
    • Netherlands. #6 in Friendly. ...
    • Australia. #7 in Friendly. ...
    • Norway. #8 in Friendly.

    What country has free healthcare? ›

    Only one country offers healthcare that is free for everyone: Brazil. The constitution defines healthcare as a universal right. Anyone in the country, even short-term visitors, can get health care for free.

    What country has the best healthcare? ›

    South Korea. South Korea tops the list of best healthcare systems in the world. It's been praised for being modern and efficient, with quality, well-equipped medical facilities and highly trained medical professionals. Generally, treatment in South Korea is affordable and readily available.

    What country are Americans moving to? ›

    Mexico is the top destination for Americans moving abroad, followed by the U.K., Canada and Australia. So far in 2022, ~75% more Americans have moved to Mexico than Canada. Portugal has seen the biggest percentage increase in Americans moving in (+122% from 2019-2021)

    What country has the lowest crime? ›

    • Switzerland. #1 in Safe. #1 in Best Countries Overall. ...
    • Denmark. #2 in Safe. #10 in Best Countries Overall. ...
    • New Zealand. #3 in Safe. #11 in Best Countries Overall. ...
    • Norway. #4 in Safe. #13 in Best Countries Overall. ...
    • Sweden. #5 in Safe. #5 in Best Countries Overall. ...
    • Finland. #6 in Safe. ...
    • Canada. #7 in Safe. ...
    • Netherlands. #8 in Safe.

    Where can I live like a king? ›

    For those not yet looking to retire, they make good vacation getaways as well:
    • Cuenca, Ecuador. ...
    • Coronado, Panama. ...
    • San José, Costa Rica. ...
    • Koh Samui, Thailand. ...
    • Vienna, Austria. ...
    • Capetown, South Africa. ...
    • Merida, Mexico. ...
    • Montevideo, Uruguay.
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    Which country gives money living? ›

    Albinen, Switzerland

    It is offering ex-pats under the age of 45 lucrative amounts for the move, 20,000 francs or around ₹20,00,000 per adult and 10,000 francs or around ₹8,00,000 per child, to be exact. The few catches are that you will have to live there for 10 years.


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