Cost of Living Comparison

EUR
COMPARED TO
XPF

Belgium is 54.8% cheaper than French Polynesia.

If you lived in French Polynesia instead of Belgium, you would:
local_dining

pay (unknown) more for restaurants

  Belgium help_outline French Polynesia  
Basic meal with drink at inexpensive restaurant $16.41
€14.39
??
Fast food combo meal
McDonalds, or similar
$9.09
€7.98
??
Bottle of Coca-Cola (11 fl. oz) $2.48
€2.17
??
Bottle of water (11 fl. oz) $2.32
€2.03
??

Belgium vs. French Polynesia - Cost of restaurants
local_grocery_store

pay 20.0% more for groceries

  Belgium help_outline French Polynesia help_outline  
Bread
1 loaf
$1.93
€1.69
$0.72
CFPF75
-62.8%
Local cheese (8 oz) $6.34
€5.56
$9.38
CFPF983
+48.0%
Milk (1 gallon) $4.21
€3.69
$4.19
CFPF439
-0.5%
Eggs
1 dozen
$2.97
€2.60
$3.70
CFPF387
+24.4%
Boneless chicken breast (1 lb) $4.31
€3.78
$2.55
CFPF267
-40.8%
Apples (1 lb) $1.09
€0.96
$1.81
CFPF189
+65.3%
Bananas (1 lb) $0.90
€0.79
$0.85
CFPF89
-5.4%
Oranges (1 lb) $1.14
€1.00
$2.00
CFPF210
+75.3%
Tomatoes (1 lb) $1.10
€0.96
$3.23
CFPF339
+194.7%
Potatoes (1 lb) $0.69
€0.60
$0.68
CFPF71
-1.2%
Onions (1 lb) $0.64
€0.56
$0.68
CFPF71
+6.6%

Belgium vs. French Polynesia - Cost of groceries
drive_eta

pay 2.3 times more for transportation

  Belgium help_outline French Polynesia help_outline  
Gasoline (1 gallon) $5.98
€5.24
$4.91
CFPF515
-17.8%
Monthly public transit pass $51.25
€44.94
$18.76
CFPF1,966
-63.4%
New Volkswagen Golf 1.4 (standard edition) $23,640.56
€20,730.43
$55,342.63
CFPF5,798,525
+134.1%
Taxi trip in downtown area (5 miles) $24.18
€21.20
$19.14
CFPF2,005
-20.9%

Belgium vs. French Polynesia - Cost of transportation
home

pay 26.1% more for housing

  Belgium help_outline French Polynesia help_outline  
Internet connection
50 mbps or faster, cable/dsl
$52.05
€45.65
$56.75
CFPF5,946
+9.0%
1-Bedroom apartment in downtown area $750.72
€658.31
$984.91
CFPF103,194
+31.2%
1-Bedroom apartment outside city center $620.65
€544.25
$680.06
CFPF71,253
+9.6%
Utilities for two (700 sq ft apartment)
including electric, gas, water, heating
$112.95
€99.05
$215.19
CFPF22,547
+90.5%

Belgium vs. French Polynesia - Cost of housing
child_care

pay 33.9% less for childcare

  Belgium help_outline French Polynesia help_outline  
Private preschool for 1 child, monthly $568.02
€498.09
$375.20
CFPF39,312
-33.9%
Middle school for 1 child, two semesters $11,950.87
€10,479.73
??

Belgium vs. French Polynesia - Cost of childcare
gamepad

pay 2.4 times more for entertainment and sports

  Belgium help_outline French Polynesia help_outline  
Domestic/local beer (1 pint) $4.23
€3.71
??
Cappuccino in mid-range area $3.07
€2.69
??
Pack of cigarettes
Marlboro or similar
$7.51
€6.58
$9.38
CFPF983
+25.0%
Monthly membership at local gym $28.61
€25.09
$93.80
CFPF9,828
+227.9%
Movie ticket to theater/cinema $11.95
€10.48
$11.96
CFPF1,253
+0.1%

Belgium vs. French Polynesia - Cost of entertainment and sports
store

pay 12.0% less for clothing

  Belgium help_outline French Polynesia help_outline  
Regular jeans
Levi's brand
$93.52
€82.01
$58.63
CFPF6,142
-37.3%
Regular dress
from H&M or similar store
$40.40
€35.42
$52.84
CFPF5,536
+30.8%
Running shoes
Nike or Adidas
$100.32
€87.97
$90.67
CFPF9,500
-9.6%
Men's business shoes (leather) $139.20
€122.06
$126.63
CFPF13,268
-9.0%

Belgium vs. French Polynesia - Cost of clothing
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