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Top 10 Best Affordable Places to Live in the World

What are the most affordable places to live in the world? You may spend a long time looking for a good place that can provide you with all what you may need in your life to live comfortably without the need to spend all the money that you have. You have to look for the place that stretches your dollar and makes it last for a longer time than the place in which you currently live. There are many criteria that are used for deciding the cheapest and most affordable places to live such as the salary that you will get in the new place, the cost of living, the available amenities and other criteria that control you while deciding the most affordable place in the world to live. You have to bear in mind that living in an affordable place does not necessarily mean that you need to go to a poor place which suffers from many problems that are unaffordable. Let’s take a look at the following top 10 best affordable places to live in the world.

10. Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
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Riyadh is the 10th least expensive place in the world on our list. It is the capital city of Saudi Arabia and is also the largest city there. It is divided into 15 municipal districts and has a population of about 5,254,560 people. It has many landmarks and contemporary architecture including Masmak Castle, Burj Al Mamlakah, Burj Al Faisaliyah, Riyadh TV Tower and more.

9. Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

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It is the largest city in Makkah Province and the 2nd largest city in Saudi Arabia. It is also the largest sea port on the Red Sea, the gateway to two of the holiest places in Islam which are Mecca and Medina and is one of the major resort cities in Saudi Arabia. It has a population of approximately 5.1 million. A kilogram loaf of bread in Jeddah costs $1.33 and a liter of unleaded gas costs $0.13.

8. Panama City, Panama

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Panama City is the capital city of the Republic of Panama and is also the largest city there. It is situated at the Pacific entrance of the Panama Canal. It is the country’s political and administrative center and has a total population of approximately 880,691. A kilogram loaf of bread in Panama City costs $3.34 and a liter of unleaded gas costs $1.15. The average GDP per capita that it has is $15,300.

7. Bucharest, Romania

Bucharest, Romania

It is the capital city of Romania and is also its largest city. It is situated in the southeast of the country and is the financial, industrial and cultural centre of Romania. A kilogram loaf of bread in Bucharest costs $1.92 while a liter of unleaded gas costs $1.17.

6. Algiers, Algeria

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It is the capital city of Algeria and is also the largest city there. It is located on the Mediterranean Sea and has a total population of approximately 3,574,000 people. This city is referred to as Algiers the White for its white buildings that shine on the sea. A kilogram loaf of bread in Algiers costs $1.89 while a liter of unleaded gas costs $0.28.

5. Damascus, Syria

Damascus, Syria

It is the capital city of Syria and the 2nd largest city after Aleppo. This city is nicknamed in Syria as the City of Jasmine and is considered to be a main religious and cultural center of the Levant. The city has a population of about 1,711,000. It is full of many historical and cultural sites that are threatened and are about to be destroyed thanks to the political chaos that can be found there.

4. Kathmandu, Nepal

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Kathmandu is the capital city of Nepal and the largest city there. It is located in the Basmati Zone and is the gateway to Nepal’s tourism. It was ranked in the last year as the best travel destination in Asia and the 3rd in the world. A kilogram loaf of bread in this city costs $1.21 and a liter of unleaded gas costs $1.41.

3. New Delhi, India

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It is the capital city of India and is also the largest city there. Although it is the 2nd wealthiest city in India after Mumbai, it is ranked as the 3rd least expensive place in the world to live. The price of a kilogram loaf of bread in New   Delhi is $1.11 and a liter of unleaded gas in it costs $1.24.

2. Karachi, Pakistan

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It is the largest city in Pakistan and is the capital of Sindh province. It is the center of economic activity, trade, industry and banking in Pakistan. It has a population of approximately 23.5 million people. The cost of a kilogram loaf of bread in this city is $1.76 while a liter of unleaded gas in it costs $1.23.

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1. Mumbai, India

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It is the capital city of Maharashtra, the most populous city in India and the 5th most populous city in the world. Mumbai is also the wealthiest city in India, however it is ranked as the least expensive and most affordable place in the world in 2014. A kilogram loaf of bread in Mumbai costs about $0.86 while a liter of unleaded gas costs $1.38.

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Which country do you choose to live and enjoy the rest of your life? 

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