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Which is the cheapest country, in the world to travel in?

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1. Posted by Mel. (Travel Guru 4567 posts) 8y

Which is the cheapest country, in the world to travel in, in your opinion/experience?
I will have to give it some thought, before i answer my own question.

2. Posted by marlis (Travel Guru 1167 posts) 8y

Hi Mel
what is cheap,what is expensiv?

for exemple,I think a single bedroom with private Bathroom in a hostel for $8.00-20.00 in a good location in Buenos Aires,Lima,Quito,Santiago....is cheap,
good lunch or dinner for $4.00-10.00 Appetizer,dessert,incl.wine in a nice restaurant,good location,is cheap for me,because I would have to pay here minimum for the same $30.00-50.00

But for other people on a tight budget it is expensiv,because you can get a bed in a dorm for $2.00-5.00,you can get a menue for $2.00
So,what is cheap? what is expensiv?

sunny gretings to you,
Marlis

3. Posted by Utrecht (Moderator 5557 posts) 8y

Well, it all depends on the things you do as well. I have not been to all countries, so don't know which on average is the cheapest worldwide.

But I found Bali and Thailand, although very touristy, still very cheap. And taxi rides in Beijing I found very cheap for a country which is booming.
I know that you can take a domestic flight in Turkmenistan for about 1 dollar....cheaper than taking the bus and not that unsafe (I haven't heard of any plane crashes lately).

I bought a local brand of cigarettes in Ukraine for about 15 dollarcents, and it was not even that bad.

But in general, of the countries where I have been, Syria was dirt cheap really.
Sleeping in a decent double room 4 dollar a person. Street food with a drink for under 1 dollar and a 4 hour train ride for 80 cents. And visiting Palmyra ancient ruins was free!

Michael.

4. Posted by bentivogli (Travel Guru 2398 posts) 8y

The cheapest I've ever heard would be Mongolia, though probably there's a number of former Soviet satellite states (Tadzikistan?) that beat even that...

5. Posted by ely_sphene (Budding Member 4 posts) 8y

The Philippines is generally an inexpensive place to live in and/or visit.

6. Posted by starrjones (Budding Member 17 posts) 8y

Uganda is a very inexpensive place to travel. Stayed in a great hostel where you can pitch a tent for about $7 and internet usage was free. Food and drinks were also reasonable anywhere I visited, fresh and filling, too.

7. Posted by China2006 (Budding Member 32 posts) 8y

Chna is comparatively budget trip for travellers who want to travel around the world.

8. Posted by zachary (Respected Member 471 posts) 8y

Quoting ely_sphene

The Philippines is generally an inexpensive place to live in and/or visit.

yes it is, especially Cebu, thats where i live, and 1 of the reasons i moved here was for the cheapness of living

9. Posted by YvonneLiu (Budding Member 14 posts) 8y

obviously,China is a good choice~~~

10. Posted by bowlerpaul (Budding Member 9 posts) 8y

I think the cheapest country i've ever travelled in would have to be either Cambodia or India. You can get a really nice double room in Cambodia for about $4 a night and good food for around $1. Accomadation was slightly more expensive in India but in terms of transport I took a 27 hour train jouirney from Agra to Bombay for about $18. Cheap as chips!