It's summer season! Time to go to the beach, on a cruise, or better yet, an unique escape. Nevertheless, if you resemble lots of people, the thought of traveling is constantly gone along with by the fact of expenditures … great deals of expenses. Yet not to stress, we have you covered. Based upon the yearly Backpacker Index published by priceoftravel.com we bring you 25 Cheapest places to take a trip (that won't break your spending plan). These cities are ranked inning accordance with the cost of one evening at a hostel, 3 meals, 2 flights on public transportation, 1 view seeing destination, and also 3 beverages. So whether you're wanting to see the forests of Southeast Asia or you want to cut a couple of buck off of your next Eurotrip, these 25 cheapest places to travel that won't break your budget are for you! Are you jam-packed yet? Well what are you awaiting, LETS GO!

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Do not allow cash keep you from traveling this summertime as well as examine out these really inexpensive cities:

Belgrade, Serbia
Manila, Philippines
Krakow, Poland
Yangon, Burma/Myanmar
Mumbai, India
Jakarta, Indonesia
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Sofia, Bulgaria
Cairo, Egypt
Bucharest, Romania
Bangkok, Thailand
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Luang Prabang, Lao People's Autonomous Republic
Hoi An, Vietnam
Quito, Ecuador
La Paz, Bolivia
Delhi, India
Vientiane, Lao Individuals's Autonomous Republic
Chiang Mai, Thailand
Kathmandu, Nepal
Kiev, Ukraine
Goa, India
Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City), Vietnam
Hanoi, Vietnam
Pokhara, Nepal

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KEEP IN MIND: For each and every city the priceoftravel.com's Backpacker Index includes the following: A dormitory bed at a good and affordable hostel, 3 spending plan meals, 2 mass transit flights, 1 paid social tourist attraction, as well as 3 inexpensive beers (as an "enjoyment fund").

42 COMMENTS

    • What people don’t realize is that it would be much faster for them to look
      up the information themselves (Google anyone?) than type their questions
      here and wait for someone to answer them. Seriously people, a little effort
      maybe?

  1. I was expecting #1 to be Camden, NJ. I’d assume that Camden’s the cheapest
    because 1 night at a hotel is free, they’re all abandoned cuz Camden sucks
    lmao

  2. the problem with vietnam is: the people are small, so the portions you get
    for 2-3 bucks are small, and a normal american or european needs two
    portions to have enough

    • Well, since I have a good health.insurance and it could cover for getting
      vacinated, I always check with my doctor before I go back home. And I think
      you should have it if you want to travel in South East Asia (I assume that
      you probably travel to Thailand, Cambodia,Laos etc. as well). And you also
      should bring some pills with you. Like for headache, diarrhea and allergy.
      In most of SEA contries you can go to pharmacy and ask for it but just
      incase they cann’t speak English well 🙂

    • i will stay 9 weeks in hanoi with my father and his vietnamese wife, so if
      i need translation it won´t be a problem. i am a little confused, because
      all homepages that list the needed vacinations say it´s dangerous to fly
      there without any of them, but my dad and his wife say that there aren´t
      really any moscitos to transfer diseases.

    • i will defenetly. I wanted to go there for 6 or 7 years now, and now i have
      the chance. will do a lot of filming and photography there for my dilpoma
      thesis

  3. My sister went to Thailand, and she actually had a lot of good things to
    say about it (Unfortunately, her phone was stolen, but that can happen
    anywhere)

    • +Keyboard Crusader Oh I think I’d like to one day, I can’t mountain climb
      like my sister but that doesn’t mean I can’t go on a walking tour ^^

      It’s just a matter of getting there on a plane and finding a hotel (as
      inexpensive as it is, I am really poor by my country’s standards lol)

    • Joanna c hey! I’ve been to Krakow before and it was one of my favorite
      places! And still is. You have a beautiful country and I can’t wait to
      visit it again.

    • THEHSMfan11 that’s cool. Have you been to see the dragon statue near the
      river wisla? If not you should. It’s pretty interesting…

  4. What a wonderful video. Please forgive me for not being a backpacker and
    not understanding what the amount next to the “backpacker index” means.
    Could you explain? We will be traveling the world starting in about a year,
    so this was a great video for us. Thanks for the info. Happy New Year!
    Melody

  5. I live in Jakarta, Indonesia. Honestly there are tons of cheaper and more
    beautiful cities than Jakarta in Indonesia :)

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