Georgia ranked in top 10 safest countries by travel website

View of Tbilisi. Photo by Alavidze, 24 Oct 2014 - 16:27, Tbilisi,Georgia

Georgia has been named among the top ten safest countries to live by travel website

The ‘Top 10 Safest Counties To Live In The World’ list placed Georgia eighth, behind Luxembourg and in front of Bahrain.

The website, which regularly posted travel articles, described Georgia as a welcoming, friendly place with diversity and uniqueness.

"Georgia is situated at the junction of Asia and Europe. This country shows a combination of diversity and uniqueness. It welcomes its visitors with Black Sea coastline, curative climate, national parks, Caucasus mountain range, mineral waters, delicious cuisine, rich culture, UNESCO Heritage Sites and popular Georgian hospitality. The crime rate in Georgia is reported to be very low and is exactly why it has made it to eighth place in the safest countries in the world list.”

Asian countries dominated the list of safe countries and took the top four spots.

Japan placed first and was described by the website as a place with extremely low crime.

"Topping this list of safest countries in the world is none other than Japan. The reason behind this is its rare crime activities. On the other hand, its culture becomes one of the main reasons honoring this country. I am sure you must have heard how well disciplined Japanese are and therefore, they will never involve in activities which brings shame to their country,” stated the website.

In second place was Taiwan, followed by Hong Kong and South Korea. Singapore placed 10th on the list.

Top 10 Safest Countries to Live In The World (* Source

  •  Japan
  • Taiwan
  •  Hong Kong
  •  South Korea
  •  United Arab Emirates
  •  Malta
  • Luxembourg
  • Georgia
  • Bahrain
  • Singapore