Every time we travel we may think to live there, but the majority of the times we should think about our bank balance and do our accounts.
This rankings are designed for people that (want to) work abroad, and for their employers.
For example, Hong Kong, happening to be the third most expensive city in the world, where a cup of coffee there costs around $6.64. Comparing Singapore to Hong Kong, in which rent a house costs almost half as much ($3,709 per month to rent an unfurnished two-bedroom apartment, versus $6,960 in Hong Kong).
According to Mercer’s annual Cost of Living Survey, the most expensive cities to live in are:
5 – Zurich, Switzerland
4 – Singapura
3 – Hong Kong
2 – N’Djamena, Chad
1 – Luanda, Angola