UAE beat the popular holiday termini like France, Italy, Singapore, the US, and Thailand, has been ranked as the second safest country in the world. In travel magazines when UAE comes to the lowest risk of the crime. Both UK-based Iceland and UAE have been given a score of 6.6 by the magazine.
Countries ranked 20 countries based on record produced by the World Economic Fund (for crime rates) according to travel, the World Risk Report (for likelihood of major natural disasters), the NHS Fit for Travel website (for health risks), and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office’s (FCO) assessment of visitor’s risk levels.
“Of the 20-holiday destinations that we looked at, Iceland, unsurprisingly, came out as the safest country,” according to the magazine, "The UAE and Singapore were also considered extremely safe, with Spain the next safest of the six popular European holiday destinations that we looked at."
South Africa, Turkey, Thailand, India are in the list of the worst rated for the crime.
The UAE has been rated, when comes to health “low risk”. "All five western European countries we looked at were low risk, as were the UAE, Japan, and the US. The NHS does not advise vaccinations for any of them or warn of any specific risks."
The third-safest country, UAE ranked, when it comes to the risk of natural calamities-after Barbados and Iceland. The report said, "The riskiest country was earthquake-afflicted Japan, which, while considered extremely safe by most measures, had a natural disaster risk of 13.47 percent,"