Bangladesh’s population of 64 million can pride itself on its beaches and ancient temples, among other things. Sadly, it’s unique location by the Bay of Bengal means that the country could get badly hurt by natural disasters such as cyclones, floods, and global warming.
This beautiful country has borders with India, Burma, Bhutan, and Nepal. The people of Bangladesh speak Bengali.
Local purchasing power is 63% lower
Rent is 94.39% cheaper
Groceries are 67.29% cheaper
Local goods and services are 63.9% cheaper
Also a former member of the USSR, Azerbaijan is located between the Caucasus Mountains and the Caspian Sea.
The country's capital is Baku, and that may be the only place where you will have a chance to find one or two people who speak English. The country's population of 10.14 million are mostly Azeri/Russian-speaking Muslims.
Local purchasing power is 69.2% lower
Rent is 89.34% cheaper
Groceries are 77.07% cheaper
Local goods and services are 72.24% cheaper
Morocco is a melting pot of different cultures: European, Berber, Arab, and African. This mix, along with the country's dazzling Mediterranean and Atlantic beaches, make for quite a desirable destination to many.
The country's 36.9 million people have Arabic and Berber as their official languages, but it is common to hear other languages such as Spanish and French spoken in the streets too.
Local purchasing power is 58.8% lower
Rent is 89.56% cheaper
Groceries are 68.49% cheaper
Local goods and services are 64.47% cheaper
This South American country enjoys the shores of the Caribbean Sea as well as the Pacific Ocean. Colombia's 50 million inhabitants have indigenous, Spanish, and African roots, which make for an intriguing ethnic blend.
While this country is known for inside conflicts between its authorities and drug lords, things have been significantly improving on that front in the past decade.
Local purchasing power is 62.37% lower
Rent is 89.31% cheaper
Groceries are 71.24% cheaper
Local goods and services are 65.55% cheaper
Bolivia has pretty much any kind of terrain you can imagine. From mountains to rainforests, from desert to tropical climate, it's all there. Spending a day exploring colorful markets and then another day exploring the Amazon rainforest is right within your reach.
This country's multi-ethnic population counts about 11.6 million people. Their official language is Spanish, but some indigenous communities speak less familiar languages, such as Guarani or Quechua.
Local purchasing power is 53.26% lower
Rent is 88.93% cheaper
Groceries are 67.87% cheaper
Local goods and services are 61.35% cheaper