Madinah has been declared the Safest City for Women


Madinah – Safest City for Women

Madinah has been declared the Safest City for Women. according to the survey conducted by the British travel insurance company InsureMyTrip. The survey examined women’s risk of safe night travel alone and gender-based assault and ranked cities 10 out of 10 in both categories.

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The city of Madinah in Saudi Arabia scored 10 out of 10 in both cases, making it the safest city in the world for women.

The top 5 safest cities in the world for female solo travelers are:

  • Madinah, Saudi Arabia, 10/10.
  • Chiang Mai, Thailand, 9.06/10.
  • Dubai, UAE, 9.04/10.
  • Kyoto, Japan, 9.02/10.
  • Macao, China, 8.76/10.

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