The constant rise in prices for real estate, food, amenities, the deteriorating economic situation in their hometown makes people look for a place where they will be able to live in accordance with their financial capabilities. But finding cities and countries with inexpensive accommodation is quite difficult. Here is a small top of the countries with the lowest cost of living.
Costa Rica is one of the cheapest places to stay. This country is mesmerizing with its landscapes and variety of flora and fauna. But this beautiful country also has a drawback - too hot climate. To survive here, $ 500-700 is enough. This is quite enough for housing, for example, in the city of San Jose, where the prices for public transport services and food are not high. Lunch at a restaurant there costs no more than $ 4, and cooking it on your own will cost 50 cents. On the outskirts of the country, accommodation will be even cheaper.
The West Indies are very popular with tourists from all over the world, but few of them suggest that this country is also a cheap place to stay. A decent cottage here can be purchased for $ 25,000.
Belize is a tourist paradise located in Central Africa. But it is not only a popular resort, but also a cheap place to live. There are quite loyal emigration services here, and English is recognized as the official language in the country. For those who wish to settle here, $ 500 a month will be enough, moreover, you will pay 300 of them for renting a spacious house, and for the rest you will eat in restaurants. If you don't mind renting a room from someone from local residents, then $ 100 per month is more than enough for you. Grocery stores offer a wide range of products at a very low price. It is interesting that people of retirement age are not subject to any taxes here at all. True, this country has one significant drawback - a changeable climate, when prolonged rains are replaced by periods of drought.
Romania is an extraordinary place that combines exotic beaches, dense forests, medieval castles and beautiful mountains. Bucharest, the capital of Romania, is widely known for its vibrant nightlife: a large number of discos, bars, restaurants, nightclubs and hotels. This country is also on the list of inexpensive places to live.
Cambodia does not boast vibrant nightlife or beautiful beaches, but it also holds its well-deserved place on the list of the cheapest countries. Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia, makes it possible to live there for $ 500-600 per month. $ 200 is enough if you live with other visitors. Local food is also very inexpensive, fast food will cost you a dollar, and food in a restaurant is $ 2.
Thailand. This fabulous country is ready to host anyone who wishes. You can easily rent a house in the most picturesque place on the seashore for $ 30 per month. The products here are also not very expensive. Lunch will cost about a dollar.
In major cities of the Philippines, you can rent a house for $ 300-400. Somewhere closer to nature, rent will cost $ 40 per month. For all other needs, you will spend no more than $ 200 for the entire month.