World Packers, a famous travel website, has listed Hanoi among its top 10 cheapest cities to live in the world.
The website states that Vietnam is one of the cheapest countries in Southeast Asia. Indeed, as the nation’s capital, Hanoi can be considered the perfect place to live and work when abroad on a tight budget. “This multicultural and historical city is known for its architecture, street food, nightlife, and vast history,” says World Packers.
World Packers describe Quito, the capital of Ecuador, as an amazing place to live cheaply. Public transport throughout Quito is extremely cheap, with a city bus costing less than US$1. Most notably, traveling to the area’s surrounding the city only costs a few dollars.
The travel website states that visitors will be amazed at how cheap it is to live in Bangkok. A full plate of food costs approximately US$1, whilst a ticket to a local cabaret show or combat event costs around US$10. As such, things such as entertainment, food, transport, and living costs are all very low in Bangkok.
Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria, is both a lovely place to live and work abroad. “Because the country isn’t that touristy compared to other places in Europe, the locals are very welcoming and friendly. They offer free walking tours of Sofia and other cheap tours like food tours and graffiti tours,” according to World Packers.
The website outlines how Bolivia is one of the cheapest countries in South America, making it an amazing destination for both living and working. Visitors are able to rent an apartment in La Paz for roughly US$500 or US$600 per month, in addition to eating at local restaurants with very attractive prices.
Cusco is a relaxed city surrounded by an array of hills and vast mountains. “For affordable living in Cusco, visit the local markets for massive plates of cheap food and party at one of the many hostel bars where they host happy hours and theme nights,” the website suggests.
Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, features an incredibly charming environment, as well as being one the cheapest places to live in the world.
World Packers describes how Porto in Portugal is full of vineyards and wineries, quiet beachside towns, blue-tiled cathedrals, and bustling modern cities. Factors such as public transport, living costs, food, and drinks here are all reasonably priced.
Phnom Penh of Cambodia is a convenient place to live as it features more amenities than other area of the country. The website recommends that visitors can rent an apartment for as cheap as US$400 or US$500 a month. Utilities, food, drinks, shopping, and everything else is very cheap here as well.
According to the travel website, Africa is home to plenty of cities that are affordable to live in. One of the most famous is Cape Town in South Africa. One of the best things about Cape Town is that many of its leading attractions can be enjoyed for free, whilst grocery shopping, sim cards, and car rentals are all cheap as well.VOV/World Packers