Davao is 9th safest city in the world

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Davao is again rated as one of the safest cities all over the world by website numbeo.com.

In its latest information update dated April 30, 2015, Numbeo rated Davao City as the 9th safest city in the world with a safety index of 80.69.

On the top is Osaka, Japan with 89.26; followed by Munich, Germany with 83.57; Stavanger, Norway with 83.14; Singapore with 82.93; Bursa, Turkey with 82.71; Heidelberg, Germany with 82.47; Seoul, South Korea with 82.27; Bergen, Norway with 80.98; Davao City; and Stuttgart, Germany with 80.65.

Last year, Davao City was the fourth safest city in the world.
Numbeo also came out with its most dangerous cities in the world in terms of crime index. (See photo)

Numbeo claims to be the world’s largest database of user contributed data about cities and countries worldwide.

Numbeo provides current and timely information on world living conditions including cost of living, housing indicators, health care, traffic, crime and pollution.
Numbeo says it uses the wisdom of the crowd to obtain the most reliable information possible.

Numbeo then provides statistical analysis of the data collected. In addition, Numbeo provides a variety of systematic research opportunities for its readers with its compilation of worldwide information.

The latest data by Numbeo came from 1,724,821 prices in 5,182 cities entered by 218,382 users.

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