Planning a trip outside India! Wait a minute there are countries where Indian Rupee is more valued. The budget required to visit these places won’t give you any headaches and you can save your hard-earned money. It’s high time to convert your dreams of travelling abroad into reality.
INR 1= 33.95 Vietnamese Dong(approx.)
I am sure you must have been amazed looking at the exchange rate itself. That is how cheap Vietnam is. The estimated daily budget in Vietnam is around 800-900 rupees which will include your stay/ transport and food. So what are you waiting for? Book a flight and indulge yourself in some absolutely lip-smacking street food or go on a boat trip at the Ha Long Bay and enjoy the essence of Vietnam.
2. Sri Lanka
INR 1= 2.1 Sri Lankan Rupee(approx.)
Sri Lanka is an amazingly beautiful place with heart-wrenching islands and a very different and unique culture. You can bathe with the elephants or just sit back and relax on one of the many peaceful beaches on the island. The mystical caves will leave you awe-struck and the local culture will leave you speechless, making you want to revisit the place!
INR 1= 1.59 NPR(approx.)
Interesting thing about Nepal is that you’ll be paying in Rupees only but the value of your rupee will be more than back home. You can indulge in amazing activities such as white water rafting and Jungle safaris at Chitwan, at very low prices. And well, when the money has more value, you can as well try your hand at gambling in one of the many casinos that are there in Kathmandu.
INR 1= 196.46 Indonesian Rupiah
Bali is a place you must visit because who doesn’t want more value for their money? Bali treats you with thrilling water-sports such as flyboarding, white water rafting, Paragliding and much more, that too, without burning a hole in your pockets. Enjoy some delicious seafood and lose yourself in the serenity of Bali.
INR 1= 63.75 Cambodian Riel
A visit to historical Angkor Vat is in order if you are planning a trip outside India. Visiting Cambodia will give you an opportunity to visit the sets of Lara Croft movie to make you feel all Hollywood. If you believe you’re a party freak, then you just cannot miss the Sihanoukville beach. You’ll find yourself in a lively place where you can be sorted for meals, stay and a couple of Pints for around Rs.600.
INR 1= 5.68 Zimbabwean Dollar(approx.)
And you thought inflation struck India only? Here’s a country where the inflation is at 1000%. So make the most of the situation and visit Zimbabwe (meanwhile, also boost up the tourism sector of the country in question). Treat yourself to some of the best game reserves in the world, for e.g- Hwange Game reserves. You can also pay visit to one of the most majestic waterfalls around the globe, the Victoria Falls.
INR 1= 78.78 Paraguayan Guarani
According to some surveys, Paraguay is the cheapest country. So pack your bags and visit the place which has a hoard of warm and welcoming people, making it one of the most amazing travel destinations in the world. Go grab some of the gorgeous Paraguayan food, gulp down a tipple and you’ll still find that your wallet hasn’t gotten any lighter.
INR 1= 2.07 Icelandic Krona(approx.)
You can surely tick off the flashy Northern lights of Iceland. The exchange rate is reason enough to give you happy feet. You can visit Iceland without worrying about your bank balance and while in the place, you can stay in one of the Igloo hotels to have an experience of a lifetime.
INR 1= 30.78 Mongolian Tughrik
Mongolia is the go-to place if you wish to have an experience of the nomadic life and wish to stay in a “ger”. Visit the flats where most of the dinosaur remains have been discovered till date and many which remain undiscovered. To bring you some peaceful time in your lives, there are miles and miles of untouched empty spaces that still exist there.
INR 1= 224.74 Belarusian Ruble(approx.)
Visit Belarus if you wish to experience the grandeur of the Soviet era. This country located in the Eastern Europe makes way for a cheap trip to Europe(one of the very few). You cannot miss walking across one of those quaint roads lined with red brick structures on both sides. You can as well travel in the local transports which is one of the cheapest public transport systems in Europe.