We will help you find the best cheapest countries in Asia but the best. Traveling is not easy for everyone, but we all want to travel and explore something new to relax our minds, to spend holidays, or for entertainment. The thing is that everyone doesn’t have enough money. Here is the list of the cheapest countries in Asia to visit which are not only the cheapest countries but also a good choice to travel to and have a lot of places to see.
Cambodia is one of the easiest and cheapest countries to start your journey. Pack your bag and let’s start. There are a lot of temples and beaches as well, Angkor Wat is the number one tourist spot which is in Angkor Archaeological Park. Koh Rong Samloem island is beautiful like its Thai counterparts to the west. Phnom Penh the capital of Cambodia is a beautiful city.
The food is very cheap there. White amok is the national dish of Cambodia and is very popular with visitors. You must try that one. Kuy Teav (noodle soup) is also very delicious. You can visit different places with a little fair as well. You can stay a night at a hotel for a very little amount.
Average cost/day: 12-15 $
Laos is a landlocked country and is situated in South Asia. But it is well known for its rocky mountains. You can go trekking and can explore caves. Vang Vieng is one of the best locations to visit, its nightlife is fantastic.
Nong Khiaw is surrounded by Karst formations and limestone caves. It can be a great location for someone who enjoys spelunking. Vientiane is the capital of Laos, it feels like a small town instead of a city.
Laab Ped is the national food of Laos. It is as essential as a salad in restaurants. Traveling and living cost is also not much high.
Average cost/day: 15-17 $
India is the second most populated country in the world, also it has become a hot spot to travel especially in recent years. From big cities to lush green fields it is a very adventurous place. Agra inspires millions of tourists to visit the Taj Mahal which is a great piece of architecture.
Mumbai is a little expensive place but a modern city in India compared with that Rajasthan is the place where a lot of Kings passed in past centuries. The colorful capital of India, New Dehli is worth seeing. You can get streetside chai and high-end restaurants both.
India is very famous for its food. For now, India has not any national food but the government was planning to make khichdi the national dish. If you are a street food lover, you must try panipuri. Traveling is cheap and interesting. Five-star hotels are also affordable.
Average cost/day: 15-18 $
Vietnam is a narrow city situated between Laos and Cambodia. It has numerous national parks and islands. Halong Bay is the name that comes first in mind while planning a trip through Vietnam. Hanoi the capital has lakes, parks, and many temples.
The city is modern but has not forgotten its past. Sapa is situated in the Hoang Lien mountains in northern Vietnam. It is more adventurous when you are trekking 1500 meters above sea level.
Pho is the national dish and possibly the most famous dish. Vietnamese Egg coffee is a good option if it doesn’t feel gross to you, an egg in coffee. Traveling by train is a good experience. Hotels are easily available everywhere.
Average cost/day: 15-20 $
Pakistan has almost everything to experience. If you go for heights K2(the world’s 2 highest mountains) and the highest polo ground in the whole world in the North. If you love mountains, snow, skiting, greenery, and amazing sceneries go to Northern Pakistan like Naran Kaghan which has stunning views.
Kashmir is like heaven on earth. The capital city of Pakistan, Islamabad is the world’s second most beautiful capital in the world. Thal and Thar are the big desserts.
Nihari is a national dish and is mostly served for breakfast. Biryani is also very famous. It is spicy and easily available throughout the country. Local transport is very cheap there. Hotels are mostly near to the bus stop and very comfortable.
Average cost/day: 15-17 $
Nepal is mostly covered by the Himalayas. Mount Everest, the highest peak in the world, and Katmandu the bustling capital are never boring. Never miss the Monkey temple there. Besides Himalayas and Katmandu there are also many places to check out. Pokhara is best known for its unparalleled views of the snow-capped Annapurna Himalayan range.
Daal BhaatTakaari is a national dish that is a mixture of rice, lentils, and vegetable curry. Local transport and hotels are cheap than you are expecting.
Average cost/day: 25-30$
Bangladesh offers so much for nature lovers, foodies, and adventure lovers. But it is one of the least visited countries. Dhaka famous for the parliament house designed by Loius Khan in the 1960s is the capital of Bangladesh. Sylhet, Cox’s Bazar, Sajek valley, and Kuakata are the most famous tourist spots.
Hilsa(ilish) the national dish of Bangladesh is abundantly available and inexpensive. Your trip will be incomplete if you never try street food. Must take a ride on the country’s famous rikshaw which is very cheap (around .2$).
Average cost/day: 20-22$
The average I have mentioned will cover your living expenses, food, travel, and some activities. If you can afford higher you can also stay at luxury hotels which are also not too expensive relative to other countries.
Hope this will help you to choose the best one according to your budget and choice.
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