INEXPENSIVE PLACES TO VISIT
Added on: 31st Mar 2016
Although it’s probably a better idea to spend time in smaller and
more interesting cities, by international standards Delhi
is still quite cheap.
VIENTIANE, LAO PEOPLE'S DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC
With a reputation as the most mellow capital city on Earth,
Vientiane is a cheaper alternative to Bangkok.
CHIANG MAI, THAILAND
Surrounded by mountains, Chiang Mai is Thailand’s second largest
city after Bangkok, and like Vientiane, yet another alternative.
You can get a room in a really nice 3 star hotel for the price
of a hostel bed in Europe.
As long as you’re not planning on climbing Mount Everest,
visiting this beautiful Himalayan city will definitely not
bust your budget.
Not the most popular tourist destination even by European
standards, if you’re looking for a place that’s off the beaten path
and you’re the adventurous type, Kiev awaits you.
It’s not a city, but a state that contains several cities as well as
some amazing beaches. Although its more expensive than other
places in India, if you’re coming from out of the country,
this place is still a bargain.
SAIGON (HO CHI MINH CITY), VIETNAM
Although it’s one of the more expensive cities in Vietnam it’s
still extremely cheap and most of the main attractions are free.
Located in the traditional northern part of the country, food and
drink is very affordable. Full meals cost between £1.50 to £2.50.
Next to Kathmandu, this is where all the tourists go when
visiting Nepal. And for good reason. It’s beautiful, picturesque
and super cheap.