22 Cheapest Asian Countries to Visit in 2022 - Laure Wanders (2022)

With its 48 countries, Asia is the largest continent in the world, and it’s also my favourite. This continent is home to some of the world’s friendliest people, tons of beautiful landmarks, interesting cultures, and delicious food. Although not all Asian countries are cheap (think about Bhutan, Japan, or Singapore), Asia has got plenty of budget-friendly destinations too. If you’re looking for some of the cheapest Asian countries to visit on your next trip, you’ve come to the right place!

This guide contains some of the best budget destinations in Asia, from popular destinations like Thailand to more off the beaten path countries like Bangladesh and Kazakhstan. Although some of the countries in this list may be slightly more expensive than others, they’re all pretty cheap compared to Europe or North America.

Disclaimer: The daily budget, hostel prices, and meal prices listed in this post are for solo backpackers travelling on a shoestring budget. How much you will spend entirely depends on your personal travel style and the activities you want to do.

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22 Cheap Countries to Visit in Asia

Southeast Asia

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1. Indonesia

Indonesia is one of these incredibly varied destinations I just can’t get enough of. With over 17.000 islands, you could easily spend a lifetime exploring this country alone.

Every island is different and there are more than 300 ethnic groups in the country, each with their own culture and traditions. But you’ll also find lush green forests, picture-perfect beaches, beautiful volcanoes, and much more here. And the best part is that Indonesia is one of the most affordable countries in Asia.

It’s good to know, however, that some islands are cheaper than others. Bali, for example, is one of the most popular – and more expensive – Indonesian islands. Sumatra and Java on the other hand are some of the cheaper ones.

Daily shoestring backpacker budget: $25
Hostel price (1 night): Starting at $1,16
Meal price: Around $3

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2. Vietnam

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.

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.

As Vietnam is also one of the cheapest countries in Asia, it’s the perfect place to head to if you’re looking for an affordable destination with an abundance of places to explore.

Daily shoestring backpacker budget: $25
Hostel price (1 night): Starting at $1,16
Meal price: Around $3

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3. Cambodia

When mentioning Cambodia, many people will immediately think about Angkor Wat, the largest and oldest religious monument in the world. Watching the sunrise at this immense temple complex is one of these bucket list travel experiences you can’t miss when you’re visiting this country.

But there’s more to Cambodia than Angkor Wat alone. This country is also the perfect place to explore vibrant cities, go diving, relax at the beach, try delicious food and learn more about culture and history.

Cambodia is cheaper than its neighbours Vietnam and Thailand, making it one of the cheapest destinations in Southeast Asia.

Daily shoestring backpacker budget: $20
Hostel price (1 night): Starting at $2,33
Meal price: Around $2,80

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4. Laos

Laos is known for being one of Asia’s most relaxed and laidback destinations. It’s an authentic country with colourful temples, French colonial architecture, and breathtaking landscapes.

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Here, you’ll truly feel as if you were stepping back in time. You’ll get to soak up the country’s rich traditions and savour some of the world’s best food.

From Khone Pabeng, Southeast Asia’s largest waterfall to the city of Luang Prabang with its former royal palaces – Laos is a budget-friendly destination that will astonish you. It’s the perfect place to go if you’re looking for a cheap Southeast Asian destination that isn’t packed with tourists.

Prices here are pretty similar to, yet slightly cheaper than in neighbouring Cambodia.

Daily shoestring backpacker budget: $17
Hostel price (1 night): Starting at $3,49
Meal price: Around $3,20

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5. Myanmar (Burma)

Ah, Myanmar – one of my favourite destinations in the world! This country’s landscapes are filled with temples and gilded pagodas, and the Burmese are some of the most smiling people in the world. From the beautiful temples of Bagan to the mountains and caves of Hpa An, Myanmar is a country that simply doesn’t disappoint.

The thing I love the most about this country is its authenticity. Myanmar has only been opening up to tourists recently and hasn’t much been influenced by the globalised world yet.

Although Myanmar is still very affordable, prices here have increased over the years, especially when it comes to accommodation.

This being said, Myanmar has a turbulent history and as of February 2021, the military has seized control over the country. Massive protests have taken place since then. Because of that, it’s unclear when travelling to Myanmar will be possible again.

Daily shoestring backpacker budget: $25
Hostel price (1 night): Starting at $7
Meal price: Around $3

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6. Thailand

Often nicknamed ‘The Land of Smiles’, Thailand may just be the most popular stop along the Southeast Asia backpacking route. This country is known for its glorious beaches, glittering temples, lush green jungle, and delicious cuisine.

It’s a destination that’s easy to travel through and has something to offer to nearly any type of traveller, whether you’re looking for a crazy bucket list adventure, a lazy beach holiday, or an all-in vacation.

Although Thailand remains one of the cheapest Asian countries to visit, the cost of travelling here did increase over the years and the Kingdom is slightly more expensive than its neighbours Myanmar, Cambodia, and Laos. It’s also good to know that the north of Thailand is cheaper than the south.

Daily shoestring backpacker budget: $28
Hostel price (1 night): Starting at $7
Meal price: Around $4

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7. The Philippines

If diving, snorkelling, and island hopping sound like your kind of holiday, then 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.

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

Daily shoestring backpacker budget: $32
Hostel price (1 night): Starting at $3,49
Meal price: Around $5

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8. Malaysia

Malaysia is one of the most developed countries in Southeast Asia. It’s also a very diverse destination with towering skyscrapers, countless temples and mosques, stunning nature, beautiful beaches, and amazing wildlife.

Although a lot of visitors will spend most of their time in Kuala Lumpur, the capital, Malaysia has got much more to offer. From scuba diving and jungle trekking to visiting the famous Batu Caves, this country doesn’t lack activities.

On top of that, Malaysia is one of the cheapest Asian countries to visit (unless when it comes to drinking alcohol, which is pretty expensive) and quite contrary to what many people think, Malaysia is Cheaper than Thailand.

Daily shoestring backpacker budget: $25
Hostel price (1 night): Starting at $3,49
Meal price: Around $3

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Cheapest South Asian Countries to Visit

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9. Nepal

Beautiful Nepal is another of my favourite countries in the world and also one of these very affordable countries to travel to.

With its vibrant culture, lush green jungles, and stunning Himalaya Mountains, this country has got a lot to offer. If you’re an adventurous type of traveller who also enjoys learning about different cultures, you will LOVE Nepal. Another thing that makes this country wonderful is that theNepali are renowned for being some of the most friendly and hospitable people in the world – which I can confirm.

When visiting Nepal on a budget, it’s good to know that it is possible to hike and trek in the Himalayas without spending a fortune on a guide. However, this is not recommended for all treks, so it’s advisable to do some research in advance.

Daily shoestring backpacker budget: $20
Hostel price (1 night): Starting at $2,33
Meal price: Around $2,10

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10. India

With places like the Taj Mahal, Kashmir, Goa and Jaipur, India is one of the top travel destinations in the world. The country is not only packed with beautiful places, but it also offers a lot of variation. Not every country offers the possibility to combine mountains, deserts, beaches, jungles, and cities in one trip, after all.

One of the things India is best known for is its incredibly rich culture. It was here that Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, and other religions were born. So if cultural or spiritual travel is your thing, India should be on top of your list.

When it comes to the cost of travel in India, it’s good to know that the south of the country is slightly more expensive (and touristy) than the north. Still, India is one of the cheapest countries on this list.

Daily shoestring backpacker budget: $18
Hostel price (1 night): Starting at $2
Meal price: Around $2,50

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11. Sri Lanka

Often nicknamed ‘The Teardrop of India’, the country island of Sri Lanka is located in the Indian Ocean. It’s a very diverse destination with white sand beaches (like Mirissa on the West Coast or Arugam Bay on the East Coast), stunning national parks (think of Yala or Kumana National Park) and rich culture.

Although Sri Lanka might be small, there’s an incredible amount of things to do in this country. 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.

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Daily shoestring backpacker budget: $25
Hostel price (1 night): Starting at $2,33
Meal price: Around $3,20

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12. Bangladesh

If you’re looking for a cheap, off the beaten path destination in Asia, then Bangladesh is the place for you. This country, bordering India and Myanmar, is often skipped by tourists, meaning you’ll probably have all the tourist sites to yourself.

Bangladesh has got a lot to offer though. With its numerous archaeological sites, large forests, beautiful beaches, and friendly locals, it’s a destination that will surely surprise you. This country is also home to the world’s longest sea beach – Cox’s Bazar – which is 120 km (74,5 mi) long.

All in all, Bangladesh is one of the cheapest Asian countries to visit and it’s perfect for those that are looking for a more off the beaten path travel destination.

Daily shoestring backpacker budget: $25
Hostel price (1 night): Starting at $3,49
Meal price: Around $1,85

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13. Pakistan

Pakistan might not be the first destination to think of when you’re planning a trip to Asia, but it is stunning. With some of the highest mountain tops in the world, beautiful deserts, lush forests, and untouched beaches, this is a dream destination for nature lovers.

On the contrary to the country’s reputation, Pakistan is now safe to travel to (although it speaks for itself that you should always be cautious and use your common sense) and it is attracting more and more adventurous tourists.

Pakistan is a little cheaper than India, which makes it one of the cheapest countries on this list.

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Daily shoestring backpacker budget: $20
Hostel price (1 night): Starting at $3,49
Meal price: Around 1,40

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14. China

With many ancient places like the Terracotta Warriors of Xi’An, the Forbidden City of Beijing, and the infamous Great Wall, China is one of these countries you could explore for years on end because there’s so much to see.

One striking thing about China is the contrast between ancient and modern. You’ll find traditional Chinese architecture on one side of a city and hyper-modern buildings on the other side.

Keep in mind that some places are more expensive than others when you’re visiting China. Shanghai, Bejing and the autonomous region of Macau, for example, are some of the pricier destinations in the country. If you avoid these places and do some research in advance, it is possible to travel to China on a shoestring budget though.

Daily shoestring backpacker budget: $30
Hostel price (1 night): Starting at $3,50
Meal price: Around $4

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15. Taiwan

Taiwan may be pretty small, but this island doesn’t lack beautiful places to visit or interesting things to do.

This country (which is officially called the Republic of China) is home to very diverse landscapes consisting of mountains, beaches, hot springs, waterfalls, and more. And if you’re more of a city person, you will love Taipei, the vibrant capital which is known for its modern architecture, traditional temples, and food markets.

Although Taiwan is one of the more expensive countries on this list, it’s just slightly more expensive than China and still pretty cheap compared to western standards.

Daily shoestring backpacker budget: $32
Hostel price (1 night): Starting at $11,60
Meal price: Around $3

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16. Mongolia

Mongolia, landlocked between Russia and China, is a mountainous country with unspoilt nature and unique culture. It’s one of these beautiful, off the beaten path destinations where the tourism industry is still in its early stages.

For many travellers, one of the top experiences to have here is to stay with a nomadic family and learn about their way of life. After all, Mongolia is home to one of the last remaining traditional nomad cultures.

While it is possible to visit Mongolia independently, it’s not the easiest country to travel through if you don’t want to hire a guide or take tours. The reason for this is a lack of transportation to tourist sites. It is possible, however, to rent a jeep in Ulaanbaatar.

Daily shoestring backpacker budget: $20
Hostel price (1 night): Starting at $6
Meal price: Around $3

Cheapest Western Asian Countries to Visit

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17. Iran

One of the things Iran is most famous for is its architecture with gorgeous colours and pretty mosaics. But there’s much more to this country!

If you’re interested in Persian culture and history, for example, this destination will surely astonish you. On top of that, Iran is filled with natural wonders, from mountains and deserts to caves and waterfalls. All in all, Iran has got something to offer to any type of traveller, whether you’re into history, culture, art or nature.

Iran is a country that only started attracting more tourists in the last couple of years and it has been gaining popularity quickly (although the pandemic did complicate that). It’s the perfect destination for a budget-friendly holiday.

Daily shoestring backpacker budget: $23,20
Hostel price (1 night): Starting at $8
Meal price: Around $4

Cheapest Central Asian Countries

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18. Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan is another beautiful, off the beaten path destination with plenty of hidden treasures. This former Soviet Republic is the biggest country in Central Asia.

If you enjoy spending time in nature, then this country full of canyons, mountains, lakes, and deserts is the one for you! But Kazakhstan will also astonish you if you enjoy visiting more unusual places. From the futuristic capital, Nur-Sultan to the abandoned seaport of Aralsk, this country is full of unique sights.

The best part is that Kazakhstan is one of these affordable destinations where you won’t need to worry about spending tons of money on your travels.

Daily shoestring backpacker budget: $22
Hostel price (1 night): Starting at $5,80
Meal price: Around $3

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19. Kyrgyzstan

Another great country for lovers of nature and the great outdoors is Kyrgyzstan. With its high mountains, undiscovered canyons, and beautiful glaciers, this destination has got a lot to offer.

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Some of the best cultural things to do here are staying in a yurt, learning about the traditional handicrafts of felt-making and eagle hunting, and learning about the country’s Soviet history. Kyrgyzstan is a country that won’t bore you, as there’s so much to see and do!

Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan share similar traditions, but it’s good to know that the latter is slightly cheaper.

Daily shoestring backpacker budget: $25
Hostel price (1 night): Starting at $5,80
Meal price: Around $3,50

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20. Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan, the last of the Stans featured in this list, is a little bit more expensive than Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan, but still very affordable.

This country is home to some amazing Islamic architecture and interesting historical sites. The highlights of Uzbekistan are the medieval cities of Samarkand, Bukhara, and Kiva, where you can immerse yourself in history and tradition.

With places like the ship graveyard of the Aral Sea and the ghost town of Angren, Uzbekistan is another affordable destination that will delight you if you enjoy exploring more remote and unusual places.

Daily shoestring backpacker budget: $30
Hostel price (1 night): Starting at $5,80
Meal price: Around $4

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21. Azerbaijan

Azerbaijan is a mysterious country nicknamed ‘The Land of Fire’ due to its large amount of natural gas reserves. Back in the day, gas often leaked to the surface, which resulted in spontaneous fires. Today though, most of these fires have been extinguished, and Yanar Dag is one of the few remaining natural gas fires.

But fire isn’t the only thing Azerbaijan is famous for. With its ancient temples, modern capital, mud volcanoes, and remote mountain villages, this country is quite diverse. It’s a unique destination that you will fall in love with if you enjoy travelling off the beaten path.

Daily shoestring backpacker budget: $22
Hostel price (1 night): Starting at 10$
Meal price: Around $5

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22. Armenia

If you’re looking for the cheapest Asian countries to visit on your next trip, you might want to consider heading to Armenia, a small country sandwiched between Georgia, Azerbaijan, Turkey, and Iran.

This little-visited country is full of stunning monasteries and churches (over 4.000 in total), vibrant cities, and incredible hikes. It’s an underrated destination with plenty of things to discover.

Although Armenia may be geographically located in Asia, culturally, this country leans more towards Europe (though it has Asian influences as well).

Daily shoestring backpacker budget: $16
Hostel price (1 night): Starting at $5
Meal price: Around $7

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Asian countries to avoid if you’re travelling on a budget

If you’re planning on heading to Asia and don’t want to spend a fortune, there are some countries you will want to avoid. There may be lots of cheap destinations in Asia, but this continent is also home to some of the most expensive cities in the world.

The following are some of the most expensive countries in Asia:

  • Singapore
  • Hong Kong
  • Japan
  • Maldives
  • Bhutan
  • Macau
  • U.A.E.

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Tips to save money while travelling in Asia

Apart from the local prices, how much money you will spend also depends on your personal travel style. Travelling on a shoestring budget mostly comes down to planning and researching your destination before heading there and avoiding expensive activities.

You’ll save a lot of money by staying in dorms, choosing street food over restaurants, and using public transportation, for example.

It’s also good to learn how to haggle and to avoid restaurants or shops near tourist attractions, as these tend to be way more expensive.

But even if you’re planning on staying in 5-star hotels and eating out every night, you still won’t spend nearly as much money in these cheap Asian countries as you would in most European countries.

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Which country in Asia is cheapest to visit? ›

Cheapest Countries To Visit In Asia
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What is the cheapest country to visit 2022? ›

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Which country is cheapest for visit? ›

14 Of the cheapest countries to visit
  1. Cambodia. Southeast Asia is a notoriously cheap area to visit. ...
  2. Laos. Laos is another affordable country in Southeast Asia. ...
  3. Vietnam. ...
  4. Indonesia. ...
  5. Nepal. ...
  6. Morocco. ...
  7. Nicaragua. ...
  8. El Salvador.

Where is the cheapest place to travel right now? ›

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  8. Guatemala.

Is Asia cheap to visit? ›

Asia is known for being a perfect affordable travel destination, providing amazing experiences, rich history and great food for a very reasonable price. Vietnam and Thailand come to mind first, but there are several other low-cost countries you can venture around for less than $100 a day.

What country is most visited in Asia? ›

China is the most visited country in Asia.

Is Thailand a cheap place to visit? ›

Thailand is a very affordable country to visit. Though it isn't as cheap as its Southeast Asian neighbours, like Laos or Cambodia, Thailand is still a very affordable travel destination. Travellers can easily have an incredible time exploring Thailand on a backpacker budget.

What is the cheapest way to travel? ›

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Which country is cheapest for Indian? ›

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  • Nepal.
  • Vietnam.
  • Bhutan.
  • Myanmar.
  • United Arab Emirates.
  • Oman.
  • Indonesia.
  • Malaysia.

Where is the cheapest place in the world to live? ›

Top 10 Cheapest Countries to Live In (Global average = 100) - Global Economy
  • Sudan - 38.29.
  • Kyrgyzstan - 40.38.
  • Azerbaijan - 40.56.
  • Burma - 41.08.
  • Sierra Leone - 41.32.
  • Nepal - 41.85.
  • India - 42.86.
  • Tajikistan - 43.51.

Is Bali cheaper than Thailand? ›

#6 Cost is About the Same, But Thailand is Cheaper for Backpackers. Both Bali and Thailand are pretty budget-friendly destinations. And if you're a mid-range or luxury traveler, you'll find tons of cool accommodation options (like hidden jungle retreats) at a reasonable price in both destinations.

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Is Bali a cheap place to visit? ›

Bali is a super budget-friendly destination, so it's pretty easy to visit the island and not have to worry about breaking the bank. Though often busy with tourists, Bali is still surprisingly affordable if you know where to look.

What days of the week are cheapest to fly? ›

Tuesdays and Wednesdays are the cheapest days to fly domestically. The cheapest days to depart if you're flying within the U.S. are midweek — generally Tuesday or Wednesday. For economy tickets, Tuesdays are about 24% lower than peak prices on Sundays, which translates to savings of about $85 per ticket.

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Is Vietnam cheaper than Thailand? ›

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Although Southeast Asia is generally affordable and good value, by comparison, Thailand will cost more than Vietnam. Thailand can not only meet the backpackers' on-a-budget requirements, but can also satisfy those who are looking for a luxury experience.

Is South Korea cheap to travel? ›

Between its vast and affordable transit system, wide range of dining options, and abundance of low-cost activities and attractions, South Korea can prove a relatively inexpensive travel destination.

Is Singapore cheap to travel? ›

Singapore is one of the smallest countries in the world, so getting around is never going to be an enormous expense here. In fact, despite Singapore's reputation for being expensive, public transport is very affordable.

Which country is No 1 in Asia? ›

Japan
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Singapore216
China320
South Korea422
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What is the poorest country in Asia? ›

While the order may change, every method pinpoints the same 12 countries as the poorest countries in Asia.
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  • Afghanistan - $500.
  • Yemen - $940.
  • Tajikistan - $1,060.
  • Kyrgyzstan - $1,160.
  • Nepal - $1,190.
  • Myanmar - $1,260.
  • Pakistan - $1,280.
  • Cambodia - $1,490.

Is 100 dollars a lot in Thailand? ›

The toughest part about sticking to a budget will be deciding where to spend that money since there's so much to experience in such a country. The good news is that $100 USD is quite a solid amount to start with per day in Thailand, and this is what it will get travelers while they're there.

How much money do I need for 7 days in Thailand? ›

How much money do you need for 7 days in Thailand? Within 7 days in Thailand, you can base yourself in Bangkok and the northern regions of Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai. We recommend you to plan a budget of $40 dollars per day.

How much does a 7 day trip to Thailand cost? ›

The average price of a 7-day trip to Thailand is $819 for a solo traveler, $1,397 for a couple, and $936 for a family of 4. Thailand hotels range from $23 to $131 per night with an average of $40, while most vacation rentals will cost $60 to $440 per night for the entire home.

How can seniors travel cheaply? ›

Public transportation – buses, metros, and trains are often the cheapest type of transportation available. Carpooling services – if you're traveling long-distance consider using apps like BlaBlaCar or Moovit to cut down on costs. Renting bikes – keep fit and save money by cycling around the town.

Is it possible to travel for free? ›

There are many ways to travel the world for free or at low cost. Working for your bed and board is one option. Free here means, cash-free, of course, you're likely going to have to exchange something for your free travel and that usually means time, expertise, or work. You also need travel insurance, never skip that.

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Is Thailand cheaper than India? ›

India is 41.6% cheaper than Thailand.

Is Korea cheaper than India? ›

The average cost of living in India ($416) is 61% less expensive than in South Korea ($1062). India ranked 190th vs 53rd for South Korea in the list of the most expensive countries in the world.

Is Japan cheaper than India? ›

India is 60.3% cheaper than Japan.

Where can I live for 1000 a month? ›

5 Countries You Can Live For Less Than $1,000 A Month
  • Argentina. The cost of living in Argentina is up to 60% less than in the United States. ...
  • Croatia. Croatia doesn't get enough credit as a budget-friendly destination for expats. ...
  • Grenada. ...
  • Vietnam. ...
  • Zimbabwe.
24 Mar 2021

What is the cheapest and safest country to live in? ›

10 of the cheapest and safest places to live in the world
  • Albania.
  • Portugal.
  • Costa Rica.
  • Panama.
  • Mexico.
  • Thailand.
  • Malaysia.
  • Vietnam.

What is the cheapest English speaking country to live in? ›

The Cheapest English-Speaking Countries
  • South Africa (0.39 – Cost-of-Living vs Germany)
  • Guyana (0.65)
  • Croatia (0.67)
  • Jamaica (0.70)
  • Belize (0.73)
  • Trinidad and Tobago (0.75)
  • Portugal (0.78)
  • Malta (0.90)
7 days ago

Is Maldives cheaper than Bali? ›

Is Bali cheaper than the Maldives? Bali is without a doubt cheaper to visit than The Maldives. Bali offers a huge range of accommodation starting at just $20 a night, up to $1000 or more. Not only is accommodation cheaper but the food and activities are also very budget friendly.

Should I go to Vietnam or Thailand? ›

Some say that Thailand has better beaches and a livelier nightlife. Others find Vietnam the most beautiful place on earth and are drawn to its fairly affordable prices. But, apart from the differences, both Vietnam and Thailand are paradisiac places, capable of pleasing the most inquisitive travelers.

Which is better Bali or Phuket? ›

Bali offers more hotel choices than Phuket does. If you're a surfer, Bali is your choice for its collection of world-class breaks. On the other hand, Phuket's beaches are more scenic and laidback, great for those preferring island beach escapades with a mix of water sports and just lazing on the sand.

Which country is best for earning money? ›

Ten best countries to work in after-tax income
  1. Hong Kong. Both residents and expats are taxed at either a progressive 2% to 17%, depending on their income level, or a standard rate of 15%. ...
  2. The UK. ...
  3. Singapore. ...
  4. Japan. ...
  5. The UAE. ...
  6. Switzerland and the USA. ...
  7. China and the Korea Republic. ...
  8. Saudi Arabia.
5 Oct 2022

Which country is No 1 in world? ›

United States. The United States of America is a North American nation that is the world's most dominant economic and military power.

Which country is best for living? ›

  • Sweden. #1 in Quality of Life. #5 in Best Countries Overall. ...
  • Denmark. #2 in Quality of Life. #10 in Best Countries Overall. ...
  • Canada. #3 in Quality of Life. ...
  • Switzerland. #4 in Quality of Life. ...
  • Norway. #5 in Quality of Life. ...
  • Finland. #6 in Quality of Life. ...
  • Germany. #7 in Quality of Life. ...
  • Netherlands. #8 in Quality of Life.

Which one is cheaper Bali or Phuket? ›

Many who have travelled to Bali, as well as Phuket, will instantly say that Bali is cheaper. In many ways, they are correct, from flight rates to accommodation to transportation and entertainment. If you are travelling under budget and still crave to enjoy a holiday in a tropical paradise then Bali is your place!

How much is a Coke in Bali? ›

Cost of Living in Bali
RestaurantsEdit
Domestic Beer (1 pint draught)50,000.00Rp
Imported Beer (12 oz small bottle)67,500.00Rp
Cappuccino (regular)32,083.33Rp
Coke/Pepsi (12 oz small bottle)24,778.13Rp
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How much are meals in Bali? ›

Prices in restaurants in Bali.
Meal in a cheap restaurant25,000 IDR (12,000-45,000)
Meal for 2 People, Mid-range Restaurant, Three-course313,000 IDR (250,000-1,000,000)
McMeal at McDonalds (or Equivalent Combo Meal)60,000 IDR (50,000-80,000)
Domestic Beer (0.5 liter draught)35,000 IDR (25,000-50,000)
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What month are plane tickets the cheapest? ›

For the lowest fares on domestic flights, travel in January. But for international trips, you'll find the cheapest fare in August.

What time are plane tickets cheapest? ›

Flights are generally the most inexpensive between four months and three weeks before your departure date. Seasonal changes and holidays can create price fluctuations in ticket prices. The day of the week that you book a flight does not affect the price.

What is the cheapest day to buy airline tickets 2022? ›

In 2022, the cheapest day of the week to fly is Wednesday. Flying on Wednesday will save you $57 per airline ticket versus the most expensive day to travel, which is Sunday. Tuesday follows Wednesday closely, with average savings of $56 versus the most expensive day to fly.

What country is the U.S. dollar worth the least? ›

Economy > Currency > Least valued currency unit > Exchange rate to 1 US dollar: Countries Compared
#COUNTRYAMOUNT
1Iran10,349.59
2Indonesia8,765.01
3Guinea6,925
4Cambodia4,037.86
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How much is $100 US in Euro? ›

100.413 EUR

What is the strongest currency in the world 2022? ›

However, none of the aforementioned currencies is the most expensive in 2022. The 'highest currency' is determined by its high value when traded for INR. In spite of the US dollar being the world's most traded and strongest currency, it is not the most expensive currency.

Is Philippines cheaper than Thailand? ›

In terms of expenses, the Philippines is a cheaper country than Thailand in regards to food and alcohol too. For accommodation, the prices are quite similar in both countries. But we have found that similar hotels in major cities in the Philippines tend to be more expensive than in major Thai cities.

Is Bali cheaper than Thailand? ›

#6 Cost is About the Same, But Thailand is Cheaper for Backpackers. Both Bali and Thailand are pretty budget-friendly destinations. And if you're a mid-range or luxury traveler, you'll find tons of cool accommodation options (like hidden jungle retreats) at a reasonable price in both destinations.

Is Thailand cheaper than Vietnam? ›

Vietnam vs Thailand: Travel Costs

The trip cost of Thailand can range from 50 to 150 USD per day per person from budget to luxury. Vietnam's price level is relatively low. The costs of hotels and food will be cheaper. They typically range from 30 to 100 USD per day per person from budget to luxury.

Is Cambodia cheaper than Vietnam? ›

12. Budget. Like in most Asian countries, spending around USD180-250 per day (including hotels) is enough for a wonderful experience including a private car and guide in Vietnam. The price of traveling in Cambodia is higher than Vietnam by USD5-20 per day.

Should I go to Vietnam or Thailand? ›

Some say that Thailand has better beaches and a livelier nightlife. Others find Vietnam the most beautiful place on earth and are drawn to its fairly affordable prices. But, apart from the differences, both Vietnam and Thailand are paradisiac places, capable of pleasing the most inquisitive travelers.

Where is better Bali or Thailand? ›

Bali is much smaller than Thailand, which makes it easier to travel around and visit many tourists sights. Thailand is much larger, and so to get a real sense of the country you'd need more than two weeks to explore. So in that sense Bali may be the better choice for a shorter holiday.

Is Thailand or Philippines richer? ›

Thailand has a GDP per capita of $17,900 as of 2017, while in Philippines, the GDP per capita is $8,400 as of 2017.

Is Maldives cheaper than Bali? ›

Is Bali cheaper than the Maldives? Bali is without a doubt cheaper to visit than The Maldives. Bali offers a huge range of accommodation starting at just $20 a night, up to $1000 or more. Not only is accommodation cheaper but the food and activities are also very budget friendly.

Which is better Bali or Phuket? ›

Bali offers more hotel choices than Phuket does. If you're a surfer, Bali is your choice for its collection of world-class breaks. On the other hand, Phuket's beaches are more scenic and laidback, great for those preferring island beach escapades with a mix of water sports and just lazing on the sand.

Is Thailand safer than Bali? ›

Both Bali and Thailand are generally very safe to go to, even for women traveling solo.

Should I go to Cambodia or Thailand? ›

Thailand is bigger, richer, and more developed. It is home to many of the world's best beaches and there is a lot more going on when it comes to nightlife. Cambodia, on the other hand, is smaller and more rural, which means lower prices and fewer crowds. It is also home to the incredible temple complex of Angkor Wat.

How much money do I need for 1 month in Vietnam? ›

Our rough estimate was a budget of around US$ 3,000 (total for 2 people) for 30 days. That worked out at US$ 50 per day per person, which is a comfortable amount for Vietnam and would allow us room for the occasional splurge. We break down our travel expenses into the following categories: Flights.

How much money do I need for 3 weeks in Vietnam? ›

Three Weeks

This route cuts down on travel costs as the only expense there would be renting a motorbike, which is quite easy to do in Hanoi Old Quarter or Pham Ngu Lao in Ho Chi Minh. You shouldn't spend more than $4-$6 per day. Three weeks could be done as cheaply as $800, but more realistically aim for $1,500.

Should I go to Cambodia or Laos? ›

Laos or Cambodia: Our verdict

You should choose Cambodia if you prefer a more crowded destination, with a major tourist attraction Angkor Wat and some of the best beaches in the world. It's also a nice destination if you are looking for a more vibrant society with lots of things happening in the major cities.

Is it better to go to Cambodia or Vietnam? ›

If you fancy relaxing on the beach before visiting some of the world's most important cultural and religious sites, we'd recommend a trip to Cambodia. But, if foodie delights and cosmopolitan cities are more your thing, Vietnam is the place for you.

How much money do you need for 2 months in Asia? ›

How much money do I need for 2 months in Southeast Asia? Assuming a cost per day of between 25-100 USD per person, per day, you can expect the cost of your Southeast Asia itinerary (2 months, in this case) to be about 1,500-6,000 USD per person, not including your flights to Southeast Asia.

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