Ibuprofen, Panadol, Grandpa Pain killers box of 12 dosses
Mobile package local network providers’ talk-time, data and messages
1 month of gym subscription.
Earphones original (Samsung. iPhone)
Unisex Loris perfume
Gadgets maintenance and repairs (cellphone, laptops, tablets...) starting price.
Smart phones (Samsung, Xiaomi, HTC, IPhone) price range upwards
Laptops (Samsung, Lenovo, Hp, Monster, Dell etc.) price range upwards
Boat cruise with refreshments and finger snacks
Go carting 30mins
Movie House 3d cinema
Summer Festivals (jet, bumper cars, lucky deep ...(per ticket)
Cappuccino / expresso/ coffee
3 course dinner local restaurant two people
3 course dinner classy, exotic restaurant two people
Play station 4 console without games.
Original branded Racket and Wilson’s tennis balls
Taxi fare on average 5-10km
Public transport per trip one way maximum fare
1 liter petrol/diesel
1 day rent a car cost
1 pair of jeans (Denim or similar)
1 pair of men’s formal shoes
1 pair original sport/casual shoes (Nike, Adidas, or equivalent brands)
1 classy summer dress (Zara, H&M or similar retailers)
Ladies formal shoes original and durable
Back-pack, gym bag (Nike, Adidas, New balance)
The Arab Republic of Yemen has always attracted travelers, scientists, and students. This country is worth discovering if you want to know how it is to live in Yemen like a native. For instance, the country has many good colleges and universities where you can gain Muslim-oriented research. Private educational institutions offer Christian-related subjects and ways of teaching, although the teacher’s salary is really low in the country. We will outline briefly how much money an average Yemeni needs to cover these and the other basic expenses.
The country has some large and absolutely incredible open-air markets that you would definitely want to see. What can you expect from the local markets? Everything from a colorful poncho to a horse, since there are animal markets in some cities too. Actually, you won’t spend more than USD 30 on the market if you want to buy a little of every important commodity like meat, cheese, cereals, vegetables, fruits, and even beer and drinks.
The best choice in the country for the local people is a rental car nor simply public buses. This is also the cheapest means of transport that you can use here to get to different places in the country. Another way to tour Yemen is to take a taxi or a van. Prices are really low, for instance, for a taxi start that costs only USD 0.50 and USD 2 per mile.
Basic home comforts in Yemen cost USD 40. This sum can cover electricity bills, payments for water supply, garbage collection, cooling, and heating. Making calls in the territory of Yemen using a mobile phone cost USD 0.20 per minute (no special tariffs, plans, and discounts included).
Clothing and shoes
Depending on the season there are different clothing and shoe items that people wear in Yemen. For many months a year, you have to carry a rain jacket and warm fleece, while the other days you just have some summer dresses, a swimsuit, T-shirts, hats, and comfortable shoes. The average prices for some traditional outfits like jeans, summer dresses, and Nike shoes are relative.
Rent per month
When you rent a house in Yemen, keep in mind that many dwellings do not have some standard amenities that you are accustomed to having at home. For example, you may not find a dishwasher or a stove in the apartment. Also, you will sometimes have to buy a water heater. At the same time, the prices of the rented premises are inexpensive.
Cost is average for consulting a doctor in a public institution that will cost about 50USD and for a private doctor can vary between USD 60 to USD 150 depending on the city. There are student medical aids that are accepted by various institutions in Yemen. It is advised to check with your offer letter on what procedures need to be followed on health insurance!