QATAR: THE SAFEST COUNTRY IN THE WORLD

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QATAR: THE SAFEST COUNTRY IN THE WORLD

If you are searching for the safest country to visit or move to, consider Qatar a place for you.

According to Numbeo Crime Index 2023, Qatar remains ranked the safest country in the world for the fifth time in a row. This is fantastic news as it reflects the commitment to safety and demonstrates infrastructure development to enable quality living for citizens and residents.

A total of 142 countries were covered by the Numbeo 2023, and the other countries in the top 10 are

the UAE
Taiwan
Isle of Man
Oman
Hong Kong
Armenia
Japan
Switzerland
and Bahrain

Qatar has another important recognition in terms of safety, as Doha continues to be ranked the second safest city in the world by the Numbeo Safety Index by City 2023.

If you are considering moving, the Qatari capital is currently one of the top cities in which to live, according to ‘World’s Best Cities 2023’ published by Resonance Consultancy. As one of the fastest-growing cities in the world, Doha is an international centre of innovative infrastructure, impressive architecture and a diverse art scene. Here, you are most likely to feel safe, welcomed and entertained.

Other top attractions to explore in Qatar are

the National Museum of Qatar,
Souq Waqif,
Khor Al Adaid or Inland Sea,
Qatar National Library,
Katara Cultural Village
And The Pearl.

The best time to visit this beautiful country is from October until May when the weather will make it possible for you to explore Qatari corners on foot.

Feeling safe to visit and being open-minded about learning more is all a traveler needs for this journey. Thank you for watching. Subscribe to our channel and find out more interesting facts about Qatar.

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