The Top Ten
Come up here. We will welcome you with open arms and cold beer!
Can't really tell if yanks are just naturally happy or if they just like to smile a lot... ? It's overbearing at first, but I liked it.
"Thank you! " and "Have a good day/evening! " are everywhere. No one wants to be unkind.
I'm American at heart.
Take away the goverment, and the media, and actually visit both the US and Canada the people are actually pretty similar.
How the heck is France 4th? 😂
Pip pip cheerio
In Ireland, people are always friendlyand helpful and they are always cheerful.
Is this a joke? Swedes are some of the most self absorbed people I have ever met. It is delusional to hold them highly in any humanitarian category. - Wopwop
I'm from Serbia, and I visit yearly, it's just that many people misunderstand Serbia for it's troubled politicians and recent history. Never judge a country by it's past.
Friendly and hospitable people!
This people are very loving
THEY ALWAYS SMILE EVEN IF EARTHQUAKES, TYPHOON ETC DESTROYED THEIR PRECIOUS THINGS.
I have been to Nepal before to trek in the Annapurna range, and I loved the people there. My first impressions on Kathmandu weren't that great (street children, pollution, stray dogs, car horns and speeding motorcycles), but I liked the people. Very nice and helpful. After a few days in Kathmandu, I took a tourist coach bus for Pokhara, a major city near the Annapurna. The bustling crowds and the car horns of Kathmandu's were virtually nonexistent and everybody was so laid back. I encountered smaller villages in the Anna-Purna. Few people could speak English but people were hospitable and freindly all the same. This nationality should be #1.
Why is this not #1? Unless you are in Terai/Madesh (some of the dirtiest, cheapest, most arrogant people in the world here), Nepalese are very friendly and helpful people. Kathmandu has political problems, crime and riots, but the local Newar people are very nice. Pokhara is heaven on earth. Nice city, nice view and of course, the nicest people ever. Smaller and underdeveloped villages are so friendly. In fact, in som of the smaller villages, it is considered a CRIME to not let guests stay. They may not have a T.V. or an indoor toilet, but they will give you all they can. Visit Pokhara, or go trekking in the himalayas, and youll no what I'm talking about. Jaya Mahakali, ayo gorkhali!
Friendliest people are in the England
In my opinion they are very friendly
Hard to find but if you do the best in world
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