Today on the International Day Of Happiness, let’s take a look at some of the happiest countries around the world. Did you know that the countries with the happiest people are not the ones who are richest in wealth but are rich in their culture, family values, nature and are content with whatever they have? There are many countries in the world which are considered the happiest according to the World Happiness Record, here’s a list of some you should definitely visit.
Bhutan; You Hardly See A Grumpy Face!
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Bhutan is a small country and is known to be one of the most happy place on earth. You will find the people of this small country content with whatever they have .They follow Buddhism which is one of the calmest religions. The beautiful landscape keeps the mind calm and happy and there is less of pollution and more of greenery. The people there are smiling most of the time.The people of Bhutan believe in living life closer to their roots, and a life that is less materialistic and do not believe in being part of the rat race.
Denmark; Danes Pay The Highest Tax But Are Still Happy
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Denmark is another happy place to live in, the population is very less with just over 5 million people. They have a great team spirit and support each other and the children from very small are taught to show gratitude to their parents and they turn out to be good citizens. Though the Danes pay the highest tax in return healthcare is free and the students are paid by the government to go to college and they have the best retirement systems so they don’t have to worry about old age so people are less anxious and more secure.
Finland; Almost Zero Crime Rate
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Finns are one of the happiest people.Their healthcare system is good ,education is free so people happily pay the taxes since the benefits from the system is double the amount they pay. There is less of crime and there is no social distinction among people so everyone is satisfied and happy.
Canada; High Income Low Unemployment
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Canada is said to be the seventh happiest country in the world, according to the world happiness record.The people in Canada have strong social ties. The tolerant approach to multiculturalism is another happiness score. There is high income low unemployment and good health and good education system
Switzerland; More To The Place Than Yash Chopra’s Movies!
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Just the name conjures the picture of a perfect country with idyllic views. The public transport system is perfect so no one in the country has to walk more than 10 mins to get to public transportation. Their welfare and healthcare programs are the best in the world which provides the basic living costs and health insurance.
Happiness is something only you can bring to yourself so it is time to visit these happy places. Have a happy day!