Oman ranked world’s fifth safest country: A haven for residents and tourists

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Oman Ranked as Fifth Safest Country in the World by Numbeo

Muscat: Oman has been ranked as the fifth safest country globally, according to a recent report by Numbeo. With a Safety Index score of 81.0, One of the most notable features of life in Oman is its exceptional safety, making it one of the safest and best places to live. This year, Oman ranked as the fifth safest country in the world, just behind the Taiwan, Qatar and United Arab Emirates, according to Numbeo, a crowd-sourced online database widely used by global news agencies.

Numbeo, a comprehensive database driven by user-contributed data, offers detailed information on cities and countries worldwide. It provides accurate and up-to-date insights on various socio-economic factors, including cost of living and quality of life, making it a valuable resource for individuals and businesses alike.

The Safety Index, a key metric in Numbeo’s assessments, reflects the perceived safety and security in different countries, with Oman’s impressive ranking highlighting its commitment to maintaining a secure environment for its residents and visitors.

Top 10 Safest Countries in 2024

The top 10 safest countries according to Numbeo for 2024 are:

1. Andorra – Safety Index: 87.1

2. United Arab Emirates – Safety Index: 84.4

3. Qatar – Safety Index: 84.0

4. Taiwan – Safety Index: 83.3

5. Oman – Safety Index: 81.0

6. Isle of Man – Safety Index: 79.5

7. Hong Kong (China) – Safety Index: 78.2

8. Armenia – Safety Index: 77.6

9. Japan – Safety Index: 77.4

10. Singapore – Safety Index: 76.5

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