Top 10 Places to Travel to Stretch Your Dollar

Traveling doesn't have to cost too much. With a strong cash, exotic locales will offer lots of bang for your buck and an off the controlled way experience.

Traveling doesn’t have to cost too much. With a strong cash, exotic locales will offer lots of bang for your buck and an off the controlled way experience. With more inexpensive flights available than before, you can jet off anywhere exotic and still stay with a small spending budget. Whether you want a long journey summer vacation or a short Easter holiday, below are 10 places you will get the most value for your travel buck.

Los Cabos
With affordable flights from the United States, this common vacation destination gives plenty of great deals. Sunny Beach basically does what it states on the label, a seaside hotel made for comforting and perfecting your tan without wasting much a day. There are plenty of all-inclusive so you don’t have to worry about spending any money there unless you want to go on any excursions. All-inclusive are the best way to go.

Hungary
Budapest sits in all its Neo-Classical and Gothic glory on the Danube River, perfectly considered one of the best cities around the world. With its ancient castles, warm and leafy parks, peppery goulash, it is easy to love.

Goa, India
While many people would not think to travel here. Common with many travellers and backpackers on a budget, it is easy to explore this colorful region and live like a Raj. Visit Goa and look for great deals in the flea marketplace, swim with turtles and enjoy the shine Guesthouse for affordable private rooms and a ten minute ride to Anjuna Beach.

Montego Bay, Jamaica
There are many hotels and places to do here. Beautiful beaches, amazing food and fun what else could you ask for when wanting a luxury vacation. This is where I decided to spend my summer this year and let me tell you how amazing it was. Crystal blue waters, dance parties on the beach, flow of drinks, exquisite resorts, and the list could go on and on. While you’re there take a stop at Jimmy Buffets Magaritaville and go down the water slide that shoots you into the ocean.

Cambodia
The price for staying in Cambodia is very low, but it is also home to the seven Wonders around the world. You can get a bicycle for as low as $2 a day and ride to this amazing temple for the 4am sunrise.

Latvia
Trying to find a city vacation with a budget twist? Riga, Latvia, is becoming a preferred vacation due to an old town as lovely as Prague, with pastel shaded buildings out of an Eastern European fairytale.

Bali, Indonesia
With the British pound rising against the Indonesian rupiah, Bali Indonesia is a good value long haul choice. It is one of Indonesia’s beautiful islands, full of glittering historic temples, volcanoes and a surfer’s area around the sugary beaches.

George Town, Malaysia
For people who like to try new food but are on a tight budget, George Town, Malaysia is the place to visit. The food is a mix of Chinese, Malay and Indian specialties, and local hawker stores and street-food stalls provide lots of delicious means of just $2 to 3.

Xi’an, China
If you are excited about history, culture and nourishing but cheap food, Xi’an, China must be on your list. While places like Beijing and Shanghai are becoming expensive to match their cosmopolitan level, Xi’an remains budget-friendly.

Malaysia
Malaysia gives lots of value for your buck. There are many activities and attractions for the entire family like water parks, LEGOLAND, warm beaches, indoor theme parks and ethnic icons like Batu Caves. English is generally spoken, local foods are delicious and cheap, and the weather is warm and comfy all through the year.

Author Bio:
Sarah Cooley is a young writer who loves to experience life and travel. She enjoys writing about her experiences, and though she may be young, she has experienced much. Her dream is to travel every continent and write about her adventures.

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