It’s Friday evening. You have a low-key night out planned with some friends. Dinner at a casual restaurant, a movie, maybe a drink afterward. You go out, have a good time, hit the bar for a quick cocktail, and you’re home by 11 p.m.
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In the morning, you check your bank account and wince. Your modest evening out just cost you over $100!
Welcome to Singapore.
Though the cost of living is increasing at an alarming rate all over the world, the ten cities below take the cake in terms of average prices of goods and services—and only two of them are located in the United States. The rest are scattered across the globe, from the land of croissants and berets to the foodie capital of Japan.
Check out this infographic from The Visual Capitalist to see which continent is home to the most expensive cities. If you find yourself living in Singapore, the next time you want a chill hangout with friends, you might want to suggest a potluck board game night at home if you want to afford your nearly $4,000 monthly rent!