Sunday, September 2, 2007

Most livable cities: Phnom Penh at the bottom

That tells us The Economist, who publish the Top Liveable Cities List every year. Phnom Penh is Number 125. Kathmandu - the most dirtiest city I've ever been - is just 128...

Of the 132 cities surveyed, only nine cities present the worst-case scenario in which most aspects of living quality are severely restricted, reflecting general improvements on a global scale in areas such as education, health care and infrastructure. Four of these are in Asia, mainly South Asia.

Although the authorities here reject the Economists article, some things could be better. Like the waste in the street and the culture. And - that seems to be very important for an Economist raking - PARKS!!!!

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