Top 10 most expensive cities in the world
By Sanjay Kumar
2020 was the year everyone stayed at their home to save their own life but 2021 is not just a new year it’s like a new decade for the world; this is the time to go big and travel far in 2021. According to the EIU, the most Expensive places to live right now are Hong Kong, Paris, Zurich, all of which are equally pricy. Today we are going to explore the top 10 Most expensive cities in the world lets start with the number 10.
A short tour of the top 10 most expansive cities in the world
- Mexico City, Mexico
- Mumbai, India
- Los Angeles, U.S.
- New York, U.S.
- Tokyo, Japan
- Zurich, Switzerland
- Paris, France
- Dubai, United Arab Emirates
- Hong Kong
List of Top 10 most expensive cities worldwide
#10 Mexico City, Mexico
Mexico City is known for its culture and it is also a financial center globally. To living in Mexico City the cost is higher than the cost of living elsewhere in Mexico, it is still lower than the average U.S. cost of living. If you’re visiting Mexico City for work, budget around $800 per month for expenses while living in Mexico City.
#9 Mumbai, India
We all know Mumbai is expensive to live in. It is one of the most expensive and luxurious cities in India. Mumbai is the financial capital of the country. As per the report of ‘Mercer’s ‘2020 Cost of Living Survey’ Mumbai the capital city of Maharashtra is the 19th most expensive city in Asia and also comes in the top 10 most expensive cities in India. The most expensive street of Mumbai is Altamount Road, where various billionaires live.
#8 Los Angeles, U.S.
Los Angeles is popular for its Mediterranean climate, Hollywood industry, ethnic diversity, and its sprawling metropolis. When the demand for something is high, prices will rise. There is plenty of demand to living in L.A. As a result, rent, food, gas, and utilities are expensive in Los Angeles, U.S. The labor cost is also more expensive than in other cities of U.S.
#7 New York, U.S.
New York City generally called simply New York, is the most populous city in the U.S., The City has a reputation for being one of the most expensive cities globally with its expensive cost of living due to the rising economy and large job market across a variety of industries. the city rent is reaching historic rates and 1.5 million New Yorkers are living in poverty.
#6 Tokyo, Japan
Tokyo is famous for numerous things to do and top attractions are museums, festivals, internationally noted cuisine, and professional sports clubs. Tokyo is one of the best places for shopping lovers that’s why the city is known to have the most expensive and luxurious clothing. The best tourist place to visit in Tokyo is Shibuya Crossing.
#5 Zurich, Switzerland
Zurich is the most populous city of Switzerland is continuing to be the most expensive city and ranked as the best city to live in the world. As per the report of the Cost of Living survey, Zurich is the most expensive city worldwide. The price for food and services is expensive but on the other hand, the salaries in Zurich are among the highest in the world. Zurich city is famous for its expansive lifestyles, fancy chocolates, and shopping.
#4 Paris, France
Paris may be the most visited city worldwide; the city has left behind Singapore and Osaka as the world’s most expensive cities. Paris is the most expensive city to live in France including the costly price of groceries and property but it’s also true that it is the most culturally interesting and vibrant city. Paris is known for its luxurious hotels and malls; Many people watching dream to visit Paris from a young age.
The Cost of Living in Singapore is expensive, you need at least $700 to $1,500 monthly budget if you’re an outsider, and $1,500 to $3,000 monthly if you’re a Singaporean.
In terms of safety and a secure environment, Singapore is the first choice of travelers that is rare to any other country in Asia. There are more than 110 Hawker Centers available in the city, selling multi-cultural food like Indian, Indonesian, Malaysian, Chinese, Thai, and Western.
#2 Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Dubai is famous for its luxury shopping malls, modern architecture, and awesome nightlife scene. Burj Khalifa is the world’s tallest building in Dubai, dominates the skyscraper-filled skyline. Dubai is also famous as the “City of Gold”. In Dubai, the average cost of food is AED164 a day. An average meal cost in Dubai is around AED65 per person. Breakfast prices generally a little cheaper than lunch or dinner.
#1 Hong Kong
Hong Kong is considered as one of the most cosmopolitan and outward-looking China cities famous for Causeway Bay, The Peak, Hong Kong Disneyland, Tian Tan Buddha (Big Buddha) Stanley Market, and Murray House, etc.
Hong Kong is ranked as the most expensive and luxurious city in the world. The Regional Director for Asia at ECA International said recently, “Hong Kong is expensive across many areas that we consider as part of our research, but its exceptionally high housing costs made Hong Kong the number one spot,”.
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