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Saigon listed as one of the cheapest beer cities in the world

The financial comparison site Finder has published a list of 10 cities in the world where travelers can enjoy the most affordable glasses of beer, including HCM City, Vietnam’s largest metropolis.

 

Sài Gòn lọt top những thành phố bán bia rẻ nhất thế giới
 

 

According to Finder, the average price for a glass of about 570 ml of beer has increased over the years. This is not surprising when the Covid-19 pandemic has forced many restaurants and bars around the world to close. Consumers have gradually changed their habits by buying a variety of drinks in supermarkets or convenience stores.

Finder's report shows that cities in Africa have a wide range of drinks at the most affordable prices because consumption costs in the region are not too expensive.

Meanwhile, in big cities like Doha (Qatar), Oslo (Norway) or Dubai (United Arab Emirates), the price for a glass of beer is very high.

Here is the list of cities in the world with the cheapest price for a glass of beer:

1. Freetown, Sierra Leone
2. Antananarivo, Madagascar
3. Lagos, Nigeria
4. Yangon, Myanmar
5. Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
6. Tashkent, Uzbekistan
7. Lome, Togo
8. Maseru, Lesotho
9. Lilongwe, Malawi
10. Dushanbe, Tajikistan

The 10 cities with the highest price for a glass of beer:

1. Doha, Qatar
2. Dubai, UAE
3. Muscat, Oman
4. Oslo, Norway
5. Lebanon, Beirut
6. Reykjavik, Iceland
7. Jerusalem, Israel
8. Auckland, New Zealand
9. Manama, Bahrain
10. Stockholm, Sweden

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Hanoi among best cities in Vietnam for beer lovers

Hanoi among best cities in Vietnam for beer lovers

Hanoi, home to one of the first breweries in Vietnam under French colonial rule in the late 19th century, was one of the top five beer destinations in the country endorsed by global travelers of US-based travel agency Booking.com.

 

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