Thailand third happiest country in South-East Asia; Singapore and Philippines top the charts

16/4/2022 5:15:00 PM

Thailand ranked 61 globally and took third place regionally in this year’s World Happiness Report.

Thailand, Third Happiest

Thailand ranked 61 globally and took third place regionally in this year’s World Happiness Report.

Thailand ranked 61 globally and took third place regionally in this year’s World Happiness Report.

In South-East Asia, Thailand ranks third after Singapore and the Philippines, who globally hold the 27th and 60th rankings respectively.As for the six factors contributing to happiness, Thailand earned 1.535 points in GDP per capita, 1.096 in social support, 0.697 points in healthy life expectancy, 0.617 in freedom to make life choices, 0.321 in generosity, 0.023 in perceptions of corruption and 1.6 in dystopia plus residual.

Meanwhile, the 10 countries topping the happiness list are Finland, Denmark, Iceland, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Sweden, Norway, Israel and New Zealand.The World Happiness Report is published by the Sustainable Development Solutions Network and compiled by a group of independent experts acting in individual capacities.

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891 points in the Average Life Evaluation category in the report compiled using data from 2019 to 2021. In South-East Asia, Thailand ranks third after Singapore and the Philippines, who globally hold the 27th and 60th rankings respectively. “Registered voters may collect their ballots at the outreach venue, Holiday Inn, 278 Crighton Drive Grand Cayman, KYI-1206, Cayman Islands, from 9am to 5pm,” the embassy’s advisory stated. As for the six factors contributing to happiness, Thailand earned 1. "I have been doing this for 30 years since I was a young man.535 points in GDP per capita, 1. They may also return their accomplished ballots by mail to the Embassy of the Philippines in Washington, DD,” it added.096 in social support, 0. “But because of the soil being oversaturated with water, we can still get a lot of flooding,” he warned.

697 points in healthy life expectancy, 0. Before the grisly flogging begins, the men's bare backs are deliberately punctured to make them bleed.617 in freedom to make life choices, 0.321 in generosity, 0.023 in perceptions of corruption and 1. "They won't feel the pain when they're doing the penitence as long as they are sincere in doing it.6 in dystopia plus residual.”  “There is still damage taking place, especially with the rain we are experiencing today which is aggravating the areas that have been damaged”.

Meanwhile, the 10 countries topping the happiness list are Finland, Denmark, Iceland, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Sweden, Norway, Israel and New Zealand. The World Happiness Report is published by the Sustainable Development Solutions Network and compiled by a group of independent experts acting in individual capacities. The event attracts thousands of tourists. This year’s World Happiness Report used data gathered by Gallup World Poll from 2019 to 2021. The data from these three years was combined to make the sample size large enough to reduce errors. - The Nation Thailand/ANN Article type: free . The Philippines has lifted most Covid-19 restrictions after a sharp fall in infections and rising vaccination rates. “Just as we thought it was safe to get out of (the Covid) disaster, we have another disaster, a natural disaster descending on our country,” President Cyril Ramaphosa said in a Good Friday speech.