If you are tired of living in a city with high cost of living, here are ten cheapest place for expensive life worldwide.
Karachi, the financial center, main port, and largest city of Pakistan, is located on the coast of the Arabian Sea. The Pakistan’s administrative capital is the capital of the province of Sindh. Karachi is home to more than 15 million residents and thus is the most populous city in the country. Located in southern Pakistan, Karachi consists of great architectural structures of the old days back to Italian Renaissance, English Tudor and neo-classical style as well as modern infrastructures. Karachi is also center of banking, industry, economic activity.
Monthly rent, unfurnished 2-br luxury apartment: $292.90
Lunch for one at a nice restaurant: $18.75
La Paz, Bolivia
La Paz, the center of commerce, finance, and industry in Bolivia, is the highest national capital situated at 11,800 feet above sea level
Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan's capital, is the city of wide boulevards and marble-faced public buildings
According to the Woodrow Wilson School of Public & International Affairs, Tegucigalpa - the Honduras' capital, is named the rapidly growing city based on inadequate infrastructure and limited availability of financial resources
The government center as well as Turkmenistan's capital, Ashkhabad, is the most promising place for foreign investment thanks to oil-and-gas and construction industry
Managua is the capital city of the world’s second-poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. Managua’s economy is based mainly on trade
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Addis Ababa is the capital and heart of Ethiopia where people produce beverages, processed tobacco, chemical products and export coffee, tobacco, grains, and hides
Islamabad is named the second-cheapest Pakistani city by Mercer's ranking and is the fastest-growing urban area in this country
Tunis is the economic and political center of Tunisia. This capital is home to 381 industrial companies which offers more than 41,000 jobs
Mauritania's economy depends on a Chinese-built deepwater port, oil, wheat, cement, flour, sugar, and general equipment
Pakistan: Karachi (City)