Where are the 10 safest cities in the world in 2019?

Recently, the British Economic Review has ranked the 10 safest cities in the world in terms of digital security, health care, facilities, and human protection.

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Tokyo (Japan)
Tokyo (Japan) tops the list of the 10 safest cities in the world in 2019 (Image: AFP / CNN)
According to the list of Safe Cities in 2019, the top 10 safest cities in the world include:

1. Tokyo, Japan

3. Osaka, Japan

4. Amsterdam, Netherlands

5. Sydney, Australia

6. Toronto, Canada

7. Washington DC, USA

8. Copenhagen, Denmark

9. Seoul, South Korea

10. Melbourne, Australia

To make this list, the British Economic Journal surveyed about 60 famous destinations in the world, graded on a scale. The criteria to be scored include digital security, health care, facilities and human protection.

Tokyo (Japan) has the highest score with 92 points. Singapore ranked second with 91.5 points and Osaka (another Japanese city) ranked third with 90.9 points. These three cities also ranked first in the rankings of 2015 and 2017.

Amsterdam (Netherlands) is in fourth place due to the problem of tourism overload. Copenhagen - known for its picturesque coastal houses, also reached the top 10, ranking in the eighth. The only US city in the top 10 is Washington DC, while Chicago stood in 11th place.
Singapore city
A corner of Singapore city (CNN Photo)
According to CNN, the tourist tastes of people have changed in recent years. Anyone wants to travel to a safe and civilized city besides discovering interesting things in the city. Meanwhile, terrorism cases and climate change are increasing, causing many people to be psychologically afraid.

Therefore, analysts believe that it is time to consider the resilience of that city after a natural disaster, including emergency services available, how transportation in a disaster, prevention plan, and network security. Therefore, Tokyo tops the list for digital security, while Singapore is rated higher for infrastructure security and personal security.

Compared to the previous year, Hong Kong was downgraded when only modestly ranked 20th, down 11 places compared to 2017, due to a decline in the number of visitors.

Besides, although the criteria for safe cities do not mention economic-financial factors, analysts admit that cities in developing countries rarely appear on this list.

At the bottom of the list is Lagos (Nigeria) with a score of 38.1. The last five cities include Venezuela (Venezuela), Yangon (Myanmar), Karachi (Pakistan) and Dhaka (Bangladesh).

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