7 Most Beautiful Cheapest Countries To Save Money At

These are the lost of the cheapest countries that you can visit and travel with a budget. It is possible to travel with out spending a fortune! Here are 7 beautiful countries that will allow you to stretch your money and save more.

Thailand has grown in popularity in the past few years for being the most affordable place to travel. Although some areas have become more tourist and commercial. There are places that you can go to and plenty things to do that won’t cost much. Some of those places is The Grand Palace in Bangkok, it uses to be a royal palace complex now it a museum. Another place that you can visit in Bangkok is The Monumental Buddhist Temple, it sits right on the river with an iconic ornately tiled central prang. Or go elephant trekking to a local elephant conservation center.

The Greek archipelago has plenty to offer to all kinds of budgets. A tour of the 17 monuments included in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites will guide your explorations and enrich you culturally; and you can customize it to best suit your preferences and budget.

Cambodia is home to some of the world’s magnificent ancient cities and temple. Visit Angkor, is a temple complex in Cambodia and the largest religious monument in the world. Spend some time in Siem Reap, it’s a resort in the northwestern of Cambodia, is a gateway to the ruin of Angkor and the seat of the Khmer kingdom form the 9th-15th centuries.  Or take trip to an elephant sanctuary where you can hang out with those beautiful giants all day.

This nation of volcanic islands is a hot spot for travelers who love gorgeous beaches, exotic animals, and ancient temples. Retreat to Bali for the weekend, see the monkeys at the temples of Ubud, show your gratitude at the Galangal Festival, or visit the Sekumpul Waterfalls in Singaraja.

Kathmandu and Pokhara are Nepal’s tourist capitals – both find their places in top 5 cheapest cities to travel to, and they certainly do live up to the hype! The serene and picturesque towns down the Himalayas can provide you with decent rooms for less than $20 a night.

The Philippines
Perfect beaches, friendly locals and beautiful nature. Like many other countries in Southeast Asia, the price of living is ridiculously cheap. Coffee is 11 cents; a meal is $2.50, and hostels can work out to be $9 per person. Also, it’s home to Palawan, which I think should be reason enough to visit.

Laos is a Southeast Asian country traversed by the Mekong River and known for its mountainous terrain, French colonial architecture, hill tribe settlements and Buddhist monasteries. It’s easy to find rooms for $5 – $8 a night and even cheaper if you’re sharing.

Question of the day: What other country you think would be the cheapest? Comment down below.

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