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Delhi & 3 Major Metro Cities Makes Entry in the Cheapest Cities to Live in the World

31 March 2017
Cheapest Cities to Live in the World

India is a proud country which remains in limelight for one reason or another and this time India’s four metropolitan cities have successfully marked their presence in the list of top 10 cheapest cities to live in the world. These cities include Mumbai, Bengaluru, Chennai and dil walon ki Dilli (Delhi) as well.


However, all the Indian cities which make their space in the list of cheapest cities to live are some of the really popular metro cities of India. These cities house various attractions and that’s the major reason these cities attracts the tourists from all over the world. People also visit these cities in search of work as well. Have a look at the below mentioned attractions which you can explore while living in these cities.

Mumbai- Gateway of India

Mumbai – Gateway of India, Haji Ali Dargah, Elephanta Caves, Marine Drive, Shree Siddhivinayak etc. Explore all these places of interests on Mumbai tour and get best package at EaseMyTrip.com.

Wonder La Water Park

Bengaluru – Lal Bagh, Cubbon Park, Bannerghatta National Park, ISKCON Temple, Wonder La Water Park etc.

Kapaleeshwarar Temple

Chennai – Marina Beach, Kapaleeshwarar Temple, Government Museum, St. Thomas Cathedral Basilica etc.

Humayun’s Tomb

Delhi – Red Fort, India Gate, Humayun’s Tomb, Qutub Minar etc


Apart from the Indian cities, Almaty is a city which leaded this list by grabbing the first position as the cheapest city in the world which is followed by Lagos. Moreover, if you are thinking on what basis the results were announced then you will be glad to know that the survey is conducted while keeping certain things in consideration which includes food, drink, clothing, personal care items and household supplies, transport costs, utility bills, home rent, domestic help costs and recreational costs and private school tuition. Almost every import aspect of life is kept in consideration which is important.


Other cities which are the part of this list include cities from all over the world and include cities like Karachi, Kiev, Bucharest, and Algiers. However, Singapore which is one of the popular and most visited international tourists’ attractions has grabbed & retained the title of the most expensive city to live, repeatedly 4 years in a row.

Moreover, it is not at all surprising as Singapore really offers luxurious and lavish life to its citizens.
Seems like South Asia has taken over almost half the list of top 10 cheapest cities to live in the world. Plan your tour to these amazing destinations with pocket friendly packages from EaseMyTrip create memories.