The City of Lights, Karachi, is actually quite cheap to live in but it comes with its own cones. You will be living in a place which is famous for different gang wars that take place. However, the city itself is quite brilliant to live in.
New Delhi, India
People who live in India understand how New Delhi can be inexpensive and expensive at the same time. The whole society is divided into two and things do get really cheap once you start living here.
It is famous for its white buildings. The amount of fuel this place as, you can buy 1 litre of petrol with just a little over a quarter.
Colombo, Sri Lanka
The harbour in early Sinhalese is actually popular amongst the traders. Throughout this time this city has managed to work a lot on its economy.
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
It is probably not the most suitable place to live in, but is definitely one of the cheapest. It serves as a gateway to the two holiest places in Islam; Mecca and Medina. You can easily buy unleaded petrol for as low as $0.13.
This is Iran’s 32nd National Capital and has been there for 220 years. An average price of 1KG loaf of bread is only $0.26.
This is the heart of Tunisian Economy. It has several foreign investors but the poverty and unemployment is still present.