If you could spend one day in any city, where would you choose? Rio de Janeiro, perhaps? How about Las Vegas? What if the question were altered to “spend your life,” instead of a day, would you still choose Rio? Would the glitz of Las Vegas still be as appealing?

According to the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), the answers to that second question do not include Rio nor Vegas. They’ve concluded you should consider living in: Auckland, Osaka, Adelaide, Wellington or Tokyo — in that order.

In its annual Global Liveability Index of 140 of the world’s major cities, the EIU considers a variety of factors in five broad categories: stability, health care, culture and environment, education and infrastructure. The pandemic had a clear effect on this year’s results, with many European cities dropping down the list due to inability to access health care.