Would you pay $9.83 for latte? Well, according to Buzzfeed.com, that's how much it costs at Starbucks in Oslo, Norway, which is the highest in the world. Check out five more things that are supposedly crazy expensive in other countries.
1. The iPhone 5. In the U.S., it's $649 without renewing your contract. The most expensive place to buy one is Russia, where it costs $3,755.
2. A Big Mac. Venezuela has the most expensive Big Macs, at $9.08. In Hong Kong, you can get one for $2.19. But Hong Kong more than makes up for it with gas, which costs $8.59 a gallon.
3. A Movie Ticket. In Tokyo, one ticket runs you about $18. The cheapest is in South Africa, where they cost around $5.
4. Cars. If you buy a new one in Singapore, you can expect to spend a small fortune. For example, a brand new Volkswagen Golf costs a little over $110,000. In the U.S., you're more likely to see a sticker price of around $23,000.
5. Cigarettes. People in Melbourne, Australia supposedly pay around $17 for a pack of Marlboros. As opposed to the Philippines, where the average price is $1.10.