A survey to rate 43 various aspects of life abroad was conducted by InterNations, world’s largest network of people who live and work abroad. Number of respondents were more than 14300 from 191 countries and regions with a variety of 174 nationalities. The rating was on a scale of 1-7
Cost of Living, which is one of the sub indexes was considered according to the respondents’ rating. This rating is given in a scale of 1-7 based on the general cost of living in the country they dwell.
There were 67 countries were included in this index.
If you’re thinking of working or retiring overseas, this article will lead you to find the 10 cheapest countries to live in the world for expats.
Poland, Eastern European country came to the 10th place of this list because the cost of living in the country is lower than other European countries.
In Philippines, accommodation is one of the cheapest when compared to the other countries around the region.
8) Czech Republic
The cost of living in Czech Republic is one of the cheapest in the world.
The 7th place in this list goes to Ecuador.
The 6th cheapest country to live in the world for expats is Hungary.
Mexico saves the 5th place in the “cheapest countries to live in the world for expats” list.
Lodging and food are cheap in Vietnam.
Most of the experts who live in Taiwan were satisfied with the cost of living in the country.
The 2nd place of the list goes to Thailand without a surprise.
Ukraine is the cheapest country to live in the world for expats. 45% of expats who has participated in this survey has said that the cost of living is extremely affordable.