10 of the Most Expensive Cities in the World
You will require a lot of serious cash to live in one of these 10 most expensive cities around the world.
- Singapore: The nation in Southeast Asia is the world’s priciest city for the fifth year in a row. Owing a car is not cheap either!
- Paris France: Parisians are serious about style – a typical women’s haircut costs about $170. A normal two-piece business suit is about $1919.
- Zurich, Switzerland: Nearly one-fourth of the population in the most expensive Swiss city is foreign. Apartment rents in Zurich range between $2200 and $4565 per month.
- Geneva, Switzerland: Genevan families spend an average of $706 monthly on food.$2340 per month is spent on housing by those who live near the city center.
- Osaka Japan: Start saving more if you plan a move to Osaka, as it is the third most expensive city for expats. A two-pound loaf of bread will cost you $5.20.
- Seoul, South Korea: The average cost for a home in South Korea’s priciest city is $390,000.
- Copenhagen, Denmark: The basic pair of jeans will cost you nearly $110 so it’s not cheap to look stylish in Copenhagen. A single hotel room near city center will cost a minimum of $627.
- Newyork, Newyork: In 2018, the cost of living in Manhattan was a whopping 139% higher than the U.S. average. The average charge of garaging your ride is about $430 per month.
- Tel Aviv, Israel: Travelers spend an average of $818 a night for an Airbnb in Israel’s second-biggest city. Israelis spend 64% more when compared to New Yorkers, who spend approximately $121 a month.
- Los Angeles, California: To buy a house near the city center you will need a minimum of $849,000 in L.A. A professional staying in LA should at least earn $50,000 per annum to be financially secure.