Dubai ranks 15th, Muscat 122nd in the global list of expensive city for expats


Dubai ranks 15th, Oman 122nd in the global list of expensive city for expats

Muscat: According to Mercer’s latest survey, Dubai is standing tall (and pricey) as one of the world’s most expensive city for expatriates. Released just recently, the survey ranks 226 cities worldwide based on the cost of living for international workers, shedding light on where your money might disappear.

In the MiddleEast, Dubai has clinched the title of the region’s most expensive city for expats, jumping three spots to 15th place globally. Abu Dhabi follows at 43rd place, underlining the UAE’s robust but pricey lifestyle. Saudi Arabia’s Riyadh and Jeddah hold positions at 90th and 97th, respectively, while Istanbul in Turkey sits at 130th, navigating its own economic challenges amidst fluctuating inflation rates. Oman hold position at 122nd.

1. Dubai, UAE at 15th
2. Tel Aviv, Zionist entity at 16th
3. Abu Dhabi, UAE at 43rd
4. Riyadh, Saudi Arabia at 90th
5. Jeddah, Saudi Arabia at 97th
6. Amman, Jordan at 108th
7. Manama, Bahrain at 110th
8. Kuwait City, Kuwait at 119th
9. Doha, Qatar at 121st
10. Muscat, Oman at 122nd
11. Istanbul, Turkey at 130th
12. Limassol, Cyprus at 163rd
13. Cairo, Egypt at 168th
14. Ankara, Turkey at 208th

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