Every year there are number of people travel different destinations globally. One of the most frequent questions is always ask to other how to make travel more affordable and which places are relatively speaking the cheapest. There is always a way to even travel the most expensive destination on a budget. There are some places where you can get insane value for a fraction of the price. So, this is our top seven most affordable travel destinations what is up so you know that everyone love to travel but many of them faces so many issues. So today you will see top list of the cheapest countries on which everyone can travel easily as well as places which you’re going to spending the same amount of money for one month of travel as you would be spending in cities like Singapore New York City. The places that you will enjoy the most and definitely did not break the bank let’s get into it at starting blow.
Number 6: Greece
On number 7th position we have Greece and specifically speaking the capital city of Athens and while this is probably the most expensive one on the list we found it to be still very affordable for European capital city. For example just to rent the apartment is super affordable we’re speaking like 20 25 euro for a city center and going out eating as you see right now is probably a little bit more affordable than in the rest of Europe. But just the cost of living overall and what you can see this is one of the oldest cities in the world the food is great.
Number 5: Poland
Poland is the country which has experienced a lot of economic growth in the last few years. The infrastructure got a lot better it’s very clean organized but yet super affordable. Some places for example in the city center Emil runs for like $5 for dumplings for a great soup we’re speaking like a dollar or $2 for a glass of beer and accommodation which is usually the main cost factor while traveling is also moderately low or peaking like 25 euro for a nice apartment close to the city center. At city centre you will easily buy a food in just 10 euro for 2 persons.
Number 4: Bali
Bali on the one side it’s a popular spot for digital nomads. So, there is a lot of people from the West actually living there permanently having their businesses and for surfing it’s great. You do not have the white sand beaches but outside of Bali you can get that as well overall the cultural experience is also really cool and as the island is completely dependent on tourism. It is very developed and can get more expensive than other places in Southeast Asia. But yet you really can get super affordable accommodation like a simple room starting at like 10 to 15 dollars private villa starting at like $50.
Number 3: Thailand
Thailand is the country of smiles beautiful beaches temples all of that can be done for like twenty to thirty dollars a day. Especially, in the low seasons the prices really drop for staying in places like ten fifty dollars. Actually private cabanas close to the beach and they are luxurious but really affordable. Koh Samui street food like for example a pad thai or curry rice will run for around two to three dollars and you can get it absolutely everywhere the nature is breathtaking it’s very developed so it’s easy to get from one point to another I would say that pretty much sums up while Thailand is so popular.
Number 2: Malaysia
At number three we have Malaysia and to be specific Kuala Lumpur the capital city. It is really surprising to have beautiful skylines very impressive modern buildings but also really interesting cultural sites, temples and everything is super affordable. The cheapest sushi street food like the nasi lemak you can get a pretty much everywhere for a few dollars. Here you will find very modern areas but also you have traditional markets and accommodation here. If you want to spend more money than enjoy cool bars great nightlife and overall all of Malaysia as far as I heard also the beach is very affordable and very much worth.
Number 1: Philippines
Philippines probably a best travel destinations and it is not very busy they are not that many tourists there. The locals speak English and they love to have people in their country they’re super friendly and hospitable. So, for a few pesos which is the local currency you can pretty much get around rent a scooter enjoy some of the bluest of waters amazing beaches pure white sands and all of that even a little bit cheaper than Thailand.