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April 17, 2024

Check Out these Exotic Locations if You are Planning a Budget-Friendly Holiday!


As we approach the end of the year, people all over the world are looking for some exciting ways to end their year on a happy and cheerful note. And what better way to start the holiday season than packing your bags, booking a flight, and exploring a new destination?

The pandemic made us crave a holiday, and now that restrictions have been uplifted, we’ve curated a list of scenic, exotic vacation destinations that will let you bring back a truckload of beautiful memories without burning a hole in your pocket. 

Bali: A picturesque yet affordable location, Bali has plenty to offer for every kind of traveller. One can explore its stunning pagodas; get immersed in its authentic culture and cuisine; take a leisurely walk in its fields while watching the sunset, and plenty more. There’s a lot to do in Bali at amazingly affordable prices. The Indonesian province is a budget-friendly international holiday destination that boasts a tonne of beautiful tourist attractions besides temple tours, which are a must-see, making it ideal for a relaxed family trip. Pura Tanah Lot, Mount Batur, and Uluwatu Temple are some of the famous places to visit.

Vietnam:  Vietnam has recently been listed in the world’s 10 most incredible destinations, which are surprisingly cheap to visit by Canadian travel magazine The Travel, along with Laos and Indonesia. Aside from being one of the most affordable holiday destinations, Vietnam is a fascinating country with diverse landscapes. The country boasts pristine beaches, scenic islands, breathtaking mountains, and serene rice fields. One of its most popular attractions is Da Nang, a well-connected coastal city, which offers pristine beaches and a wide range of fun-filled activities and sightseeing opportunities.  Da Nang is known as the tourist capital of South-Central Vietnam, with a west coast location that offers surreal sunset views against an impressive backdrop of lush mountains.

Da Nang

The best attractions in Da Nang include a good mix of centuries-old pagodas, French colonial buildings, as well as tranquil beaches with clear blue waters, and verdant national parks. Another major tourist attraction is Phu Quoc island; its soft-sand beaches, swaying palms and limpid waters have been casting spells on tourists.  Phu Quoc is now challenging Nha Trang as Vietnam’s top beach destination. Apart from beaches, Vietnam also offers a wide range of museums that offer a wealth of knowledge about the country’s rich history. Among the best museums are the War Remnants Museum, which features haunting photographs of the war. One can also visit the History Museum to see artefacts from several Vietnamese cultures, but don’t forget the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology, which is a must-visit for those interested in tribal cultures.

Thailand: Thailand is one of the most popular tourist destinations, and is on practically everyone’s bucket list. From beaches to tropical jungles, the best street cuisine in the world, and much more, this place has it all. Thailand, the Land of Smiles, is a destination that will not disappoint and is a must-visit. The best of Thailand lies in its stunning islands, temples, and highlands. Head south, to the Andaman coast and the Gulf of Thailand, to experience the country’s best beaches, and if you’re looking to explore cultural and spiritual grandeur, mountains, and waterfalls, head north.

Malaysia: Malaysia is located in the Malay Peninsula and stretches to parts of Borneo, where it shares a border with neighbouring Indonesia. It is the capital of Kuala Lumpur, a powerhouse financial and business hub in South East Asia, and has beautiful beaches, quiet, peaceful islands, spectacular hill stations, and UNESCO World Heritage Sites. A melting pot of cultures with influences from neighbouring lands, as well as Western countries, Malaysia has something for everybody – from the world-famous Petrona Towers to the cultural and religious diversity that makes this a destination like no other. From visiting its prehistoric rainforests to spending a day relaxing on the pristine beaches of the Perhentian Islands, you’ll never be stuck with a dull moment in this stunning country.

So, what are you waiting for? Pick a destination, book your flights, and experience the best of what Southeast Asia has to offer. In a pocket-friendly way, of course.

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