With many Nepalese being fond of international travel in recent years, the choices have come forward in abundance. But it’s not you who decides which destination you’re going to travel to, it’s your budget. With that in mind, here are a few affordable destinations that you might want to consider traveling to when you are travelling on a budget.
Your memories of India will blaze bright with its sumptuous blend of customs, cultural values, festivals, architecture and landscapes long after you have left its shores.
When traversing the tumultuous canvas that is India, a go-with-the-flow mentality will help keep your sanity intact. Be prepared for unforeseen shocks with its potential to inspire, exasperate, thrill and disturb all at once. This can be overwhelming, particularly for first-time visitors: amid the wonders of India, poverty is confronting, bureaucracy can be exhausting, and humanity’s crush can turn a frazzling epic into the simplest mission. At a certain point, even seasoned travelers find their nerves frayed. But to accept India’s unpredictability is to embrace its spirit, to love it or loathe it and most tourists see-saw between the two.
Thailand is a lovely nation situated on the mainland of South East Asia, at the middle of the Indochina peninsula. The nation shares borders in the East with Laos and Cambodia, in the North with Myanmar, in the West with the Anadman Sea and in the South with the Gulf of Thailand. It occupies an area of 513,120 sq kms, a mesmerising destination.
Thailand’s tropical beaches host throngs of tourists every year. For those looking for the perfect adrenaline rush, you can get a tan on one of its many beaches or enjoy the many water sports available. It could also be a smart idea to have a soothing back massage from one of the beach masseuses, also known for their massages.
Indonesia is one of the most exotic countries in Asia and visiting this nation provides a one-of-a-kind experience that can truly be indelible. Indonesia has much to offer, and markets itself as the “Ultimate in Diversity”. It is one of the most populated nations in the world however, it makes up for their splendid white beaches, iconic temples, and amazing spa services (a world class best), and it’s wonderfully hospitable and friendly people. The land is also famous for its active volcanoes, many of which lie under the sea.
In Malaysia, vibrant villages, great cuisine, gorgeous beaches, idyllic islands and national parks with wildlife-packed rainforests can all be found.
Malaysia consists of 13 states and three federal territories and is a Southeast Asian republic. A combined landmass of 330,803 Sq Km is gained and the South China Sea is divided into two equally sized areas, Peninsular Malaysia and Malaysian Borneo. Though booming villages, tea plantations and stunning colonial architecture are flaunted by the Peninsula, Malaysian Borneo comprises wild jungles, isolated tribes, and peaks of granite.
Sri Lanka is made irresistible by endless beaches, timeless ruins, friendly people, elephant oodles, rolling waves, cheap rates, fun trains, popular tea and flavourful food.
Perhaps you would suggest that Sri Lanka was hidden in plain sight. On their way to somewhere else, scores of travelers have flown overhead, but years of confusion held Sri Lanka from several itineraries. Today, something that has changed, though. As more and more individuals explore its countless charms, the nation is moving ahead soon. The history, culture and natural beauty of Sri Lanka are undeniably alluring, lying between the more trodden areas of India and Southeast Asia. This is the position where you haven’t been yet, where you want to be.
Its emerald rice fields, teeming megacities, graffiti-splashed jeepneys, smouldering volcanoes, bug-eyed tarsiers, fluffy water buffalo, and laughing, happy-go-lucky individuals describe the Philippines.
The Philippines is a delight for people who enjoy the beach, with more than 7000 tropical islands to pick from. From marooned slices of sand in the middle of the ocean to volcanic fantasy-scapes concealing secret lagoons to vast mega-islands such as Luzon and Mindanao, there is an island to fit every palate. Sun worshippers and divers can go directly to the Visayas, where chances for island-hopping abound and many ways are taken by the ideal beach.
Cambodia is a Southeast Asian nation whose landscape spans low-lying plains, the Mekong Delta, mountains and Gulf of Thailand coastline. Phnom Penh, its capital, is home to the art deco Central Market, glittering Royal Palace and the National Museum’s historical and archaeological exhibits. In the country’s northwest are the ruins of Angkor Wat, a massive stone temple complex built during the Khmer Empire.