Japan is safest Country in the World

Tokyo – As natural disasters, terrorism, robberies and massacres made our planet a hell, everyone are in the urge to settle down in one of the safest places. But unfortunately when it comes to preparing a list of top 10 safest countries in the world, it becomes extremely hard to find such countries that satisfy all the criteria an individual has in mind.

So now, how would you picture a safest country? Is that the one which must have

·         Low crime rate?
·         No natural disaster?
·         Low corruption?
·         Immunity to economical crisis?
·         Or is it fast solving cases?

All the above factors are something you would certainly expect from a safe place you wish to settle. But the reality is, not all these factors make it. Out of the entire mentioned factors, crime seems to be making any place unsafe to live. Crime is one of the major reasons for a person to develop anxiety, post-traumatic stress, physical pain, loss of property and so on.

After researching a while and keeping all the factors in mind, the team of “lifestyle9” have framed the list of  “top 10 safest countries in the world”.“lifestyle9” considered “crime rate” as the prime factor.

Although governments around the world continue to strict their laws towards crime, it is still increasing massively on a daily basis. Often we see it with our own eyes or at least hear it on television news and websites. While high prevalent crimes make some places completely unsafe to live, strict laws, culture and few good qualities continue to make few countries as a perfect place to live, raise kids and happily retire.   These countries have zero or at least low crime rate. Yeah, we have exceptions in everything. That’s the universal law.

“lifestyle9”  has listed the safest countries based on statistical analysis report from the “Federal Bureau of Investigations “.  The top safest three countries are:

1. Japan 

Japan is the nation that occupies the first place in the list of safest countries in the world. Major crimes occur infrequently.

Culture becomes one of the main reason that attribute such an honor to the country. Japanese never involve in activities that brings shame to their country, hence desist from disorderly conduct. The firm gun control and wealthy Japanese economy also attributes the feeling of safety among the people.

2010 GPI (Global Peace Index) framed by IEP (Institute for Economics and Peace) ranked Japan as the 3rd peaceful country in the world. With the homicides and violent crimes are rare, terrorism is highly unlikely in Japan. Possession of firearms is strictly prohibited by stringent laws.

Crime rate variable: 13.11, Safety rate variable: 86.89

2. Taiwan

Taiwan is one of the best places to live in terms of less exposure to violent crimes and robbery. People are more friendly and tender hearted, so there is no need to worry about violent crimes and robbery. Generally people of Taiwan are more honest.

It is the country where you can find people who help you before you approach. Many tourists reviewed that they never felt danger in Taiwan.

Women feel perfectly safe and not nerve-racking about what could occur particularly going out at late night. In this stable country, every citizen feels very safe.

Crime rate variable: 16.26, Safety rate variable: 83.74

3. Hong Kong

Unbelievably, the crime rate of Hong Kong is far lower than USA and Europe. So it is no wonder why it has achieved the reputation of being the third safest country in the world to live. Serious crimes are very rare here. Most of the places here are busy, much like 24/7. This can be a reason why residents and tourists constantly feel safer.

Hong Kong has a very low crime rate. In fact, it is hard to notice. This factor becomes a major reason to be one of the safest places to live (for both men and women). Moreover, the Hong Kong government encompasses high safety standards. Therefore, the travelers, expats and tourists feel safe. Since I have been here once, I would love to share you this. The people are very welcoming and police officers are polite, helpful and omnipresent. They regularly control restaurants, bars and buses. They often ask people to show their ID to make sure that everything is fine. So, it is recommended to have some kind of identification if you happen to visit Hong Kong (especially while enjoying nightlife). Low violence offence makes this nation a perfect place to settle down.

Crime rate variable: 16.57, Safety rate variable: 83.43

The following seven countries on the Top Ten list are: South Korea, the United Arab Emirates, Malta, Luxembourg, Georgia, Bahrein and Singapore. – Source: lifestyle9