Top 5 Healthiest Cities In The World

There are more factors that have an impact to make one city to be healthy and suitable place for living, but more important are quality of healthcare, making and maintenance of new green areas (parks, woods etc), efficient public transport etc.

According to the made researches (based on mentioned factors), the best ranked cities are:


Singapore is a small island city-state, located in the southeast part of Asia. The average life expectancy, of residents of Singapore is 84,07 years. That is a result of quality healthcare system (which is used by more than 80% of the citizens), well organized public transport and huge number of parks and gardens. Every day, more than 2 million people use the public transport in Singapore.

In order to prevent pollution, are provided very strict laws (prohibited spitting, throwing banned chewing, etc.) and has set up cameras everywhere, so no one dares to throw garbage on the street.
This country has third highest BDP in the world (per capita), that makes Singapore one of the richest country in the world.


Japan, Tokyo

Tokyo has maybe the best public transport, which is used by more than 3 millions of people a day. When we compare CO2 emissions per capita, we can say that Tokyo has a pretty small CO2 emissions compared to other Asian cities:

  • Tokyo – 4,89 tone
  • Singapore – 7,86 tones
  • Beijing– 10,8 tones per capita

Tokyo residents have an average life expectancy of 84.19 years, thanks to the Japanese way of hygiene and nutrition based on rice, fresh fish and vegetables.

In Tokyo, there is no law that prohibits throwing garbage on the street, but there is a lots of people, that are cleaning the city. It is honor to work for the cleanliness of the city and this job is well paid.

Australia, Perth

Perth is declared as healthiest and the best city in the world for women in Australia, for 2013. Healthcare system is well organized and every human being has free service, regardless of health insurance. Public transport is perfect and without problem you can get from one side to the other side of the city.

Even if you are living little further from the bus station you can came to the station by bike. Because every station has parking for bikes and the owners can leave their bikes and to continue by public transport. Last 10 years, the number of the cyclists is increased 450%.

Australia Perth


Denmark, Copenhagen

Copenhagen is capital and biggest city in Denmark. In the last 10 years, Copenhagen succeeded to reduce emission of CO2 by 50% and that is result of increasing the number of cyclists. More than 65% of population are using bicycles to travel to the work and back.

The city is filled with 400km bike paths and small bridges that can be used only by the walkers and cyclists. Healthcare system is one of the best and most efficient in the world. The average life expectancy, of residents of Copenhagen is 83,20 years.

France, Monaco

Monaco is small independent country in the Western Europe. That is the city of the rich, located on the French Riviera, 15km away from Nice. This is the city where lives rich people and this is the main reasons why this city has maybe one of the best healthcare systems in the world.

Most of the residents in this city are using electric cars and chargers are placed everywhere. Even though Monaco is small in area, it’s filled with parks and trees. The average life expectancy, of the residents in Monaco is 89.6 years. Which makes the city where residents lives longest life.

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