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Hanoi, Vietnam – Which country is the best place to live in Vietnam?
I’m not going to try and rank them one by one.
The answer depends on a number of factors.
You could pick a number between 1-3.
But I do want to mention that the first two countries are Vietnam and Thailand.
The second country I would choose is the Philippines.
I like that the Philippines is in Southeast Asia and I would definitely like to live there.
And lastly, I will pick Malaysia.
My country of birth is Malaysia, so it’s pretty much a no-brainer to choose Malaysia for the top spot.
Malaysia has been one of the fastest growing economies in the world and it has seen its growth accelerated over the last few years.
For example, in the year ending March 2018, its GDP grew by 9.3%.
In terms of real estate, Malaysia had the highest number of properties listed in the last quarter of 2019, which means the real estate market is booming.
If you want to know more about real estate in Malaysia, check out our Malaysia property listings guide.
So where is the next best country to live?
Well, for starters, you could pick Hong Kong.
It is the second most populous country in the Pacific Ocean, with over 300 million people, and it is a big city, too.
Its population has been increasing steadily over the past couple of decades, and the city is also home to the World Trade Center.
As a result, the population of Hong Kong has been growing more rapidly than in most other countries in the region.
Hong Kong is the most densely populated city in the United States, with a population density of 3,716 people per square kilometre, and its average daily population is over 14,000.
When it comes to real estate prices, Hong Kong’s real estate is among the best in the Southeast Asian region, with an average house price of US$5,739 per square metre.
A number of other Southeast Asian countries also have good real estate markets.
Indonesia, for example, has the second-highest number of homes listed in 2019, with 6,633.
Another Indonesian country, the capital Jakarta, has a housing market worth US$1,200 per square meter.
Lastly, Singapore is the third-most populated city with a housing price of over US$2,500 per square foot.
With a population of over 1.2 million, Singapore has a real estate value of over USD$14 billion.
However, its real estate property market is also among the most expensive in the entire Southeast Asian Region.
To make it even more expensive, Singapore houses are listed for US$3,000 per square inch.
There are several reasons why Singapore’s real property prices are so expensive, but the most important reason is that Singapore is also a wealthy country.
Singapore has a total of US $15 trillion in wealth, with the country’s GDP coming in at USD$15,957 billion.
That means the country is worth US $2.9 trillion more than its neighbors.
In fact, Singapore holds a significant share of the Southeast Asia region’s economy, which accounts for around 25% of the region’s GDP.
Therefore, if you want the best spot to live, Singapore will be a no brainer.