The food, the clothes, the shoes and other items are really costly but what is more overpriced is the living, the house and place where you live are the most expensive things. All the expenses depend on the place you live in if the place is costly automatically all the things you purchase becomes expensive.
With this, we bring you these six cheapest places where the cost of living, grocery, rent and so on is very reasonable:
1. South Africa
South Africa is the cheapest city to live in, it offers lower prices on consumer goods and groceries, and rent costs. In the major city of Cape Town, monthly expenses total just under $400.
With the 1.31 billion population, India comes under the 50 cheapest places in the world. Living in India can be cheap as the rent is inexpensive, low price consumer goods are also available. With typical monthly expenses for these priced around $285 a month for a single person living in Kolkata.
Located in Eastern Europe, it is a home to 1.9 billion people. In the capital of Pristina, expenses for a single person are just $324 a month. Rent costs are also low at just $275 a month for a one-bedroom apartment.
4. Saudi Arabia
Groceries are the cheapest thing in this country, it has a strong established crude oil, petroleum industries. Saudi Arabia has a higher GDP per capita of $24,161, according to the World Bank. This helps give Saudi Arabia a local purchasing power that even beats out New York City.
The locals rely on natural resources like oil, coal and iron ore. With home to 18.2 million people, Kazakhstan lands on the fifth place of the cheapest places in the world.
Zambia offers lower cost of living and low expenses that are why it landed on number six on the list.