World's Most Expensive Countries

Monaco's Luxury

The size of Monaco might surprise you—it's only about the size of Central Park in New York City, yet it's one of the most expensive places on Earth to live.

The Kingdom of Brunei

 Brunei, a tiny nation on the island of Borneo, boasts one of the highest standards of living in the world, largely due to its vast oil wealth.

Switzerland's Pricy Poultry

In Switzerland, a simple chicken can cost as much as $50 due to the country's high cost of living and strict animal welfare standards.

Hong Kong's Space Crunch

 With limited land available for development, Hong Kong's real estate prices are astronomical, making it one of the most expensive places to live.

Australia's Housing Bubble

Australia's major cities, particularly Sydney and Melbourne, have experienced a housing bubble, driving property prices to staggering levels.