Oman is the most expensive country to get into, and the UK is the least expensive.
The latest figures from TripAdvisor reveal that the Omani-led Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) has the world most expensive recreational hobby, with the US second on the list, with a whopping $5,000 bill.
The UK has the second highest value, at $2,500, followed by Singapore at $1,600, with Japan coming in at $800.
The US and Japan have the second most expensive hobbies, at a combined $1.4 million and $1 million respectively, according to TripAdvisers.
Oman has the largest number of hobbies, with over 12,000, and has the fourth largest economy, with $6.8 billion in annual exports.
It has one of the lowest per capita disposable income in the GCC, with an average of $2.50.
However, the UAE, the Gulf Cooperation Organization (GCO) and the Gulf states all have lower disposable income, with UAE residents earning an average income of $1.,400 a month, according a TripAdvisors report.
The UAE has the lowest average disposable income at $6,200.
Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and the UAE have the highest per capita income, which is $25,000.
The United Arab Emirates has the highest median disposable income of the GCC at $33,500.