Budget-friendly! These are the 15 cheapest Asian nations to visit

Budget-friendly! These are the 15 cheapest Asian nations to visit

If you want to see some of the world's oldest structures and ancient empires still standing, Asia is the place to go. You will come across historical places, each of which will provide you with a history lesson on how Asia came to be what it is today.

Asia is the world's largest continent, containing up to 48 countries. It includes an outstanding mix of some of the most costly vacation destinations, such as Japan and Singapore, as well as some of the most affordable, such as Laos and Cambodia.

In this post, we'll look at some of the cheapest nations in Asia to visit for budget visitors, such as backpackers.

Even while practically every country in Asia is worth visiting because it is home to some of the world's most beautiful cities and sights, not every traveler can afford to visit each one separately. The majority of the countries listed below are located in Southeast Asia.

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Mongolia is a country rich in natural beauty, most of which has been preserved. Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia's capital city, is one of the country's highlights. Bogd Khaan Palace Museum, Gandantegchinlen Monastery, Gorkhi Terelj National Park, and Mongolia's National Museum are just a few of the attractions.


You should travel to the country's rural areas. The friendly welcome of the natives, as well as the stunning surroundings of rivers and farmlands, may be found here.

When you arrive in Cambodia, you will most likely spend a few days in Phnom Penh. However, one of the main reasons that Cambodia attracts a large number of tourists is because of the beautiful temples that were erected during the Khmer Empire.

The temples at Siem Reap, a town in Cambodia's northwestern region, are architectural marvels. Angkor Wat, Ta Prohm, and Bayon Temple are among them. Angkor Wat is the world's largest temple complex. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site as well.


In Malaysia, there is a wide range of activities to choose from, including those that are less well-known. Some people may not consider hiking to be a national activity, yet Malaysia has some wonderful hiking destinations, such as Mount Kinabalu.

Most visitors, however, spend their time in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia's capital, whether for 48 hours or three days, because the city has a lot to offer, such as nightlife and world-class restaurants. There are also other excellent short weekend escapes from Kuala Lumpur.


Bali? Yes, of course! However, with over 17,000 islands, each island offers a unique experience, ranging from language and culture to religion and cuisine.

There are many activities to do in Indonesia, whether you are interested in history or environment, to make your visit unforgettable.

Komodo National Park is one of Indonesia's most popular tourist destinations. A Komodo dragon is a big lizard that is one of the world's most intriguing beasts. With its magnificent hills and majestic sceneries, the park is a stunning sight to see.

Lake Toba, Indonesia's largest and most tranquil lake, is another famous tourist destination. Amid the midst of Lake Toba, there is also a little island called Samosir.


Thailand is well-known for its beautiful islands, jungles, beaches, and cultural attractions. It is a simple country to travel to, especially if you are a first-time visitor, making it one of Asia's top backpacking locations.

The hub of Bangkok, the picturesque city of Chiang Mai, and the wonderful beaches of Phuket are just a few of the places you may visit in Thailand.

Aside from touring cities, you can also visit some of Thailand's most famous landmarks. In Bangkok, I recommend visiting the Grand Palace and Wat Phra Si, the Temple of the Emerald Buddha.


Some of the must-see landmarks in Pakistan are the Faisal Mosque, Pakistan Monument, Sheesh Mahal, and the Palace of Mirrors, as locals call it.

It is critical to always have cash with you when traveling in Pakistan, as paperless transactions are still on the rise, and cash is accepted everywhere.


Mount Everest, the world's tallest mountain above sea level, is located in the Solukhumbu District of Nepal. It has become the ideal hiking destination due to the country's mountains.

Nepal is home to a varied range of animals, but many visitors are unaware of this and leave before they get the opportunity to learn more. Birds, crocodiles, deer, rhinos, and even the Bengal Tiger can all be found here.


The world's longest beach and the world's largest mangrove swamp are both found in Bangladesh. The country has a lot to brag about, which you will discover once you visit there.

In Bangladesh, there are many sites to visit and discover. Cox's Bazar Beach, the National Parliament House, and Ahsan Manzil (the 'Pink Palace') are among the best places to visit in Bangladesh.


Many tourists overlook Laos when organizing a multi-month Southeast Asia itinerary, even though thethe fact that it is one of Asia's most beautiful countries.

Despite being a landlocked country, Laos is bordered by numerous spectacular waterfalls, such as the Khone Phapheng Falls near the Cambodian border and the Kuang Si Falls in Luang Prabang. Hike through the nearby jungles, swim in the waterfalls, and marvel at nature's grandeur when you come.


The Philippines has a lot to offer people who enjoy the ocean, with over 7,500 islands. The Visayas, Luzon, and Mindanao are the three primary areas in the Philippines.

The National Museum of the Philippines, Krus ni Magellan, and Fort Santiago are just a few of the interesting significant landmarks to see in the Philippines.

The Philippines' beaches and islands are among the best in the world and include Bohol, Palawan (where you'll need at least a week to explore the numerous gorgeous tourist sites), and Boracay (home to the white beach).

Sri Lanka 

When visiting Sri Lanka, be sure to visit one of the country's eight UNESCO World Heritage Sites:

  • Sacred City of Kandy 
  • Ancient City of Polonnaruwa
  • Rangiri Dambulla Cave Temple
  • Ancient City of Sigiriya 
  • Old Town of Galle and its Fortifications
  • Central Highlands of Sri Lanka
  • Sinharaja Forest Reserve 
  • Sacred City of Anuradhapura 

Following your tour to these attractions, you can travel to other fascinating towns in Sri Lanka, such as Colombo, Ella, Nuwara Eliya, and Mirissa.


Goa is a terrific spot to visit in India because of its cool beaches, cathedrals, markets, and other interesting sights. Goa is a state in India that offers relaxing and affordable vacations.

The Taj Mahal, India's most visited landmark, is one of the must-see attractions. If you want to see historical monuments, I propose going to this famous site in India. It's close to Delhi and can be done in a day as part of a guided tour. Mumbai is, of course, another Indian metropolis worth seeing.


Myanmar is best visited between October and March, when the weather is favorable.

The Sule Pagoda, Bogyoke Aung San Market, and Botahtaung Pagoda are some of the sights worth seeing while in the country. All of these places are in the Yangon area. Bagan, with its spectacular variety of old temples and pagodas, is also worth a few days.

You can also visit some of Myanmar's best beaches, including Chaung Tha Beach, Ngapali Beach, and Ngwe Saung Beach.


Vietnam is a backpacker's dream come true! Everything in Vietnam is reasonably priced.

Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park, Ha Long Bay, and Hoi An Ancient Town are just a few of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Vietnam.

The majority of travelers to Vietnam will stay a few days in Ho Chi Minh City or travel to northern cities such as Hanoi. Both cities are excellent places to begin a tour of Vietnam.


Bhutan is famed for its beautiful landscapes and fortifications, delectable cuisine, spectacular festivals, old temples, and ethnic authenticity.

Kahmsum Yulley, Trongsa Dzong, and Punakha Suspension Bridge are some of Bhutan's most famous sights.


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