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For Budget Travellers Asia Is The Best Choice- Top10 International Holiday Destination with in your budget.

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For Budget Travellers Asia Is The Best Choice- Top10 International Holiday Destination with in your budget.

For International destinations Asia is one of the excellent place to travel on a budget, reason is the cost of living there. Here in this continent there are many countries where you can sleep and eat for even less than £10 a day (inclusive!), leaving you to spend more of your budget for activities and tours… or, if you don’t want to spend on these, you can enjoy a very cheap adventure!

1. Indonesia

A country that I’ve fallen in love with time and time again, Indonesia really is a great place for budget travel. I’d say it’s one of the cheapest places to travel in Asia, or even in the world! From the famous island of Bali, to the smaller, less travel islands that are equally as beautiful, and the larger islands of Java and Sumatra, Indonesia provides plenty of opportunity for adventure on a budget. Of course, the sky’s the limit when it comes to budgeting for Indonesia. However, it’s quite possible to have a luxurious holiday in Bali (think private pool villa, adventure activities, gourmet meals and daily massages) for less than $150 per day for a couple.

2. India

The nation isn’t just loaded with delightful spots, however it likewise offers a ton of variety. Few out of every odd nation offers the likelihood to join mountains, deserts, sea shores, wildernesses, and urban communities in a single excursion, all things considered.

Something India is most popular for is its unimaginably rich culture. It was here that Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, and different religions were conceived. So assuming social or otherworldly travel is your thing, India ought to be on first spot on your list. While a professional guide or organized tour can be affordable, India is also safe to explore without a guide for savvy travelers and can easily be backpacked through for $15/day. 

3. Thailand

Thailand was the first place I went on my first backpacking adventure, back in 2013. The islands, jungles and cities stole a piece of my heart forever. Thailand… I promise I’ll be back soon! One could easily spend less than $30 per day and enjoy at least two meals and one or more outings.

Remember that the north is cheaper than the south.

4. Philippines

The Philippines should be on top of your travel bucket list. This country is home to over 7.000 islands full of tropical white-sand beaches, palm trees, and blue lagoons.

And there’s more – swimming in waterfalls, climbing volcanoes, admiring the colonial architecture, and visiting rice terraces are just a few of the other highlights of The Philippines. Imagine waking up to pristine beaches with clear warm water and dense coconut palm forests gently protecting you from the tropical sun for just $10 per night..

This country is a bit more expensive than other Southeast Asian destinations but still very affordable compared to Western countries.

5. Nepal

This small country in the Himalayas is a cheap and safe destination for every backpacker. Nepal is really popular for its trekking, so if you want to join guided treks, you may be closer to the top end of the budget. I’d love to incorporate a trek with relxing in Pokara and exploring Chitwan National Park! This beautiful town is one of the best to relax in Asia, you can easily live here comfortably for around 20 USD a day while enjoying a stunning view of the Himalayas.

6. Sri Lanka

This small island off the coast of India is well worth exploring. Beaches, surfing, wildlife, hiking, waterfalls, wellness… you name it, Sri Lanka’s got it, and all on a budget! Whether you’re a wildlife enthusiast, adventure seeker, history buff or beach lover, Sri Lanka has got something for you. It’s one of the most affordable exotic destinations out there! Sri Lanka is a bit more expensive than India, but it’s still a budget-friendly destination where you won’t need to worry about spending too much money.Per day, basic accommodation cost an average of $5.50, food was $6, transport was $2 and other miscellaneous costs came to just over $3

7. Vietnam

This country is known for its delicious food, mesmerizing landscapes, vibrant culture, and some of the most beautiful caves in the world. It’s a place where you’ll be able to visit sacred temples one day, then see the remnants of the Vietnam War and learn more about its history the next. With mesmerizing sights like Ha Long Bay, Ban Gioc Waterfall, the province of Hà Giang and its hills, and many, many more, Vietnam is one of the top destinations in Asia.

8. Laos

Laos in Southeast Asia is an awesome combination of mountain terrain, hill settlements, French colonial architecture, plus Buddhist temples and monasteries.Laos is cheap to explore- $25 per day on average (includes $3.50 for local transport). Many places are free to visit or cost very little for example bicycle hire costs just 50 cents a day.

9. Malaysia

Whether you are a backpacker, solo traveler, or budget-conscious adventurer, Malaysia is the vacation spot for you. While Malaysia budget travel may not be as easy as in countries like Vietnam, Cambodia, and Thailand, if planned carefully, your Malaysian adventure can easily stay easy on the wallet. If you opt for the hostels, you can expect to spend around $30 per day, with $16 for meals and $11 for transportation. If you would prefer a more luxurious hotel, you should increase your budget to around $70 a day.

10. Myanmar

Myanmar is one of the most diverse countries in the world and is a perfect destination to visit on a budget. If you are watching your money, you can get by on around $30 per day or less, but if you’re looking to be more comfortable, it would be around $50-60.  

Life is a journey, not a destination” – Ralph Waldo Emerson.

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