Finland, the Happiest Country of the Year

The country was elected by the UN Sustainable Development Agency (SDSN)

Downtown at Helsinki, Finland - Image Credit ourfinland at Instagram

The high level of life expectancy, social justice, and government attention have apparently become the referral of the UN official, following a series of thorough and careful examinations of as many as 156 other countries on the annual list. They chose Finland for some reason that can be understood by all parties involved in the study, where in this 338 thousand square kilometer country, there is seldom any social conflict.

Of course the consideration of SDSN with the above criteria can be a reference, as it was later submitted, in addition to Finnish citizens, these three factors are also felt by the immigrants who come there.

You may know that when immigrants come to this country, they provide an official rating in relation to all the things that immigrants can feel.

Looking at the list released the previous year, Finland managed to shift the top ranked Norway, while the country slipped to the second position.

You can also see the top ten list in the list of the happiest countries in the world also occupied by other Nordic countries, and clearly visible as follows in order of rankings, Finland, Norway, Denmark, Iceland, Switzerland, Netherlands, Canada, New Zealand , Sweden, and Australia.

And you know if the United States (US) down four ranks to 18th position after last year was in the 14th position, while above this rank present some countries, such as Germany (15th), Costa Rica (13th), Israel (11th) and Australia (10th).

Countries in Southeast Asia can be mentioned, among others, Indonesia is in 96th position, and Malaysia is ranked 35th, Singapore (34th), and Thailand (46th) is arguably far happier in sequence ratings.

Finland is a concern of many world travelers, last year alone has been visited by as many as 8 million tourists, mostly from Sweden, Russia, Germany, Britain and China.

Tourists may be looking for a nature-themed holiday atmosphere, just like what can be found in other Nordic countries, and possibly also the desire to see the Northern Lights, as well as the Midnight Sun natural phenomenon, when the sun never sets at night and Polar Night, which becomes a reverse phenomenon .

Source: CNN Indonesia, SDSN
Image: ourfinland @Instagram


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