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Backpackers who prioritized safety should consider exploring Singapore, Switzerland and Japan, according to the report. (Shutterstock/Rawpixel.com)
Those considering a backpacking trip might want to take a look at a recent report by UK-based travel website Globehunters.
Combining current reports related to global happiness scores, safety levels, inclusive internet index and cost of living, Globehunters has come up with a list of the "world's best backpacking destinations".
The list was dominated by Scandinavian countries, with Finland being recognized as the top destination.
The United Arab Emirates is the only middle eastern country to make it into the top 10, while Singapore in 10th place was the only representation from Southeast Asia.
Additionally, as reported by the Evening Standard (https://www.standard.co.uk/lifestyle/travel/best-place-to-backpack-in-world-a4221801.html), the report suggested Pakistan, Tunisia and India for those on a very low budget. Meanwhile, backpackers who prioritize safety should consider exploring Singapore, Switzerland and Japan. (ran/kes)
Here are the top 10 places in the world for backpackers: