The 10 Cheapest Countries To Live or Retire | You Might Not Need to Work



You often dream of quitting your job, ditching it all and moving to paradise.
In this video, International Living revealed top 10 cheapest places to live & retire for 2019, and the reasons why we think these are the best places to consider.
The list isn’t just for retirees, it’s also for people who want to live somewhere so cheap that they don’t have to work.
10. Spain.
9. Thailand.
8. Peru.
7. Portugal.
6. Colombia.
5. Malaysia.
4. Ecuador.
3. Mexico.
2. Costa Rica.
1. Panama.
Thanks for watching this video. I hope it’s useful for you.
(This article is an opinion based on facts and is meant as infotainment).
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39 comments

  1. These sound very tempting BUT – 21 years ago I made the move to Hungary. Turns out today it is the safest most beautiful and least expensive place to live. It is in the heart of Europe if you want to get in your car and travel – go to the countryside to buy from farmers – fruits, vegetables, raw milk and milk products and even meat. I had no choice – when I figured my style of living on my $1000 retirement budget – it would have been a sad fact anywhere. Cashed in my 401K and even with the penalty for early withdrawal – it bought me a 1000 sq ft downtown apartment with high ceilings and lots of windows. By now, I've become a dual citizen which means free domestic travel and medical insurance for under $40/month ALL INCLUSIVE. Can't tell you how relieved I am not having to worry about ending up on the streets for my old age. Now there is also a country house and a vineyard. Was a realtor in NC so if you have questions – please feel free to ask. I'm retired and would love to help anyone else who wants to enjoy their golden years.

  2. Here’s my take on how to generate wealth… it always falls unto your investments. So my advice? Start small and with the little that you have and invest it in stocks bitcoin and other crypto currencies I’m a living testimony from this.

  3. But all these countrues are snitholes. With horrible safety no law and order. Modern conveniences none.

  4. Bangladesh is the cheapest country to live and retire. Average cost of living in 2 bed apartment, with all utilities, food, transportation, doctor, etc is about $ 399 pm. Plus you will be treated like a celebrity.

  5. You can send me a reply… where in Greece to retire and live comfortably, with less than 20$ per day, in front of the most beautiful beach and perfect sunrises, all the people in the area speak English (and Greek ofcourse 🙂 ), perfect bicycle roads on sea level and by the sea, best possible food you can find in Greece with many taverns and local wine(!), best ancient sights in Greece are located nearby, (including "Alexander the great" grave!!!!!!), and weather 85% of the year sunshine and warm climate. You can visit winter ski clubs on the great mountains nearby…..!!!!! Very close is located (1 hour by car) the second (in population) city of Greece with perfect health care and of course local health center etc etc etc

  6. I kinda surprised of missing the Philippines on the list because I've seen couple of articles about my country as ideal place for expats. But looking at the good side I guess this vid can somehow spare my beloved country to become densely populated as base from last census, it has drastically decreased for the last 75 years. Perhaps cover this same video after 5 years cause by then according to the experts my beloved country is more industrialized and economically improved. "Give the cheapest and warmest gift to everyone which is happiness by wearing smile on your faces" – Greetings to the world by every Filipinos 😄😃😀

  7. The president of the philipines is a killer; I wouldn't even go on hollyday there for 1 day! Never ever. They'll hang you because you have smoked a joint or less.

  8. There's nothing to compare than ur own country if u want to retire. I'm from Philippines but I want to work in other country to support my family. But I will always choose to be in my home country to retire.

  9. wow … beautiful location and very amazing, worth to visit soon. Right, friends? Please comment. City view

  10. prices are shown in $, but countries currency is being used as the basis. This can make a huge difference to value

  11. This video completely missed the Philippines, Cambodia and Nicaragua as much cheaper retirement destinations which International Living who is referenced in the beginning of this video rates high on the list of “low-cost returement destinations” and I’ve lived in all 3 of those countries on a retirement income of less than $1,000 US a month… the Philippines for 3 years. Loved it there!

  12. Yes philippines is the number one country verry cheap and nice place to retire. Foriegner is easy to aply the retirement there

  13. The 10 cheapest countries in the world ? I think you have not done your homework. Whole vlog is wrong ….. 2200 dollars a month ie ranked one of the cheapest countries in the world ? What planet are you from ?

  14. Well If They Have All Have All These Luxuries In There Country
    Why Are They These Migrants Over 2000 A Day Trying To Cross The Borders Into Our Country Our Communities Our Cities Our Streets Keep The Borders Closed 🇺🇸

  15. I was born in Panama but grew up in the U.S. and I would say that Bohol Philippines would be the best and cheapest place to retire.

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