Finder notes that the average price of a pint, which is around 570ml, has increased globally over the past year.
This is largely because bars and pubs have been closed for long stints in many places, with plenty of consumers choosing to purchase alcohol from the supermarket instead.
As a result, Ho Chi Minh City ranked sixth in the list with a pint of beer costing £0.74, equal to VND23,036.
Elsewhere, Freetown in Sierra Leone is the cheapest places to grab a pint, with drinks costing just £0.65, equivalent to VND20,235.
Rounding off the list of the top 10 cheapest cities for a pint include Antananarivo of Madagascar at £0.67, Lagos of Nigeria and Yangon of Myanmar both at £0.72, Tashkentof Uzbekistan at £0.75, Lome of Togo at £0.75, Maseru of Lesotho at £0.75, Lilongwe of Malawi at £0.76, and Dushanbe of Tajikistan at £0.78.
Meanwhile, London of the UK remains the most expensive place to grab a beer at around £5.50 a pint.