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VISIT THESE CHEAP AND BREATHTAKING PLACES IN 2018
VISIT THESE CHEAP AND BREATHTAKING PLACES IN 2018

 

Travelling is considered as an expensive hobby.  High end resorts overpriced hotels and expensive tour packages are not every one cup of tea. We all love to go for a cheap holiday.  If you’re looking to get away in 2018 but you haven’t decided where to go yet, discover where in the world you can enjoy a cheap vacation this year.

PENANG, MALAYSIA

 

The island of Penang is one of Malaysia’s most popular locations. With beaches, forest walks and one of the country’s biggest cities to explore, it’s easy to see the attraction.

The biggest city, George Town, is a fusion of British, Chinese, Indian and Malay cultures which brings about an eclectic mix of architecture and dining styles. Hidden among the narrow streets are some of South-East Asia’s best street art.

Along the north coast of the island you’ll find the tranquil Batu Ferringhi beaches and farther along you’ll find the Penang National Park, a paved walkway through the green forest that leads to Monkey Beach, a name that comes from the frequent macaque monkeys that visit.

Flights: From $336

Accommodation: From $32

Price of beer: $4.13

Average cost of dinner for two: $20.63; $7.60

XI’AN, CHINA

Xi’an, found in central China, is a historic city known for being the start of the fabled Silk Road. Its most famous attraction is the Terracotta Army, where you can see more than 8000 lifelike statues that date back to the third century BCE.

Being a hub for the Silk Road, Xi’an has long welcomed visitors and new cultures, and these influences can be found across the city, however, there’s plenty of Chinese history in its pagodas, museums and city walls too.

Flights: From $389

Accommodation: From $23

Price of beer: $0.99

Average cost of dinner for two: $17.74; $5.92

KOCHI, INDIA

Kochi, formerly known as Cochin, may only be the 75th biggest city in India, but its metro population is close to half of New Zealand’s national total.

Its coastal position has seen it take influences from the Brits, Dutch and Portuguese explorers of yesteryear, and it’s also heavily influenced by Chinese traders and fishermen, giving the city a different feel to much of the rest of India.

In amongst this, you’ll find traditional Indian culture, art and, most importantly, food. And when you can get a delicious curry for $3, there’s little else that matters.

Flights: From $512

Accommodation: From $30

Price of beer: $1.82

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