Hong Kong, Rank 1
Hong Kong has been ranked as the best city in the world to live in, for the reason to a new ranking that listening carefully on green space.
Amsterdam, Rank 2
The list of the world's best cities to live in combines Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) global 'livability' rankings with new criteria that examine 'spatial characteristics'. For the reason to the EIU ranking, Amsterdam was rated as the second best city.
Osaka, Rank 3
At No. 3 was Osaka in Japan.
Paris, Rank 4
Paris, France. Hong Kong was rated as the best city after additional criteria, including urban sprawl; connection and proximity to other cities, and pollution were taken into account, news.com.au reports.
Sydney, Rank 5
Sydney was the only Australian city to make the top 10, coming in at number five. "Sydney scores well for having low pollution levels and lots of green space in the additional indicators.
Hong Kong, Rank 6
"Hong Kong is a very compact city that has managed to maintain its natural heritage, create a dense network of green spaces and enjoy extensive links to the rest of the world," the report said.
Stockholm, Rank 7
Cities such as Stockholm, Berlin, Toronto, Munich and Tokyo also gained position in the top ten rating.
Toronto, Rank 8
The index ranked 140 cities against one another.
Tokyo, Rank 9
Tehran scored the lowest on the best cities index, followed by African cities Nairobi and Lusaka.
Munich, Germany, Rank 10
For more details: World's 10 best cities to live in