Wednesday, 25 June 2014

3 Budget Friendly Destinations in ASIA for 2014

Money is always a constraint in today's world, but that doesn't mean you can't plan a fun vacation in a tight budget, it just takes a few tricks and some smart thinking in order to pull it off. Here is what I found to be useful when planning a money conscious vacation. Feast your eyes on 2014's most desiring destinations in Asia.

Lahore, Pakistan

Travel trip to historical places in lahore
The one and only city in the world famous in these words ‘‘One who has not visited Lahore is not born yet’’. The local people around here are famous about their lively hearts. Lahore is a best historical city which is the most favorite place of Mughal emperors, the city is rich of splendid historical monuments which are the glance of the country. A city with crowded retail markets of every necessity of life, rich of historical gardens and Mughal heritage, it’s the pride and fortunate of Lahore that many great sufi saints lived in this part of the world.The best ever place for travelers who love food.
The food around here is famous around the world. Lahore is the best option in Asia for budget travel trips. Transit system is highly comfortable and budget friendly, including metro bus and local transport system. The accommodation in the city is best ever and comfortable from every aspect. There many hotels which facilitates you according to your requirements.

 See Budget Travelling to Lahore for more information about the city.


Sri Lanka

Asia's Budgeted beach
If you’re looking for some fun in the sun then Sri Lanka is just for you, with perfect picturesque beaches, culturally exclusive cities, temples and spectacular rain forests. Sri Lanka really is an island paradise with some romantic most crowded beaches and plenty of affordable places to stay.

Asia's budget friendly beaches
If you’re on a budget, Sri Lanka can still be fairly inexpensive, so long as you stick to using local transport and staying in cheap guesthouses – you can still travel by bus from one end of the island to the other in around $20. I would suggest you to travel via rail , its one of the easiest ways to get around the country. It stretches across some of the country's most scenic landscapes, from tea gardens and paddy fields to that famed coastline.

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


Kuala Lumpur is another ideal city for its cheap long-distance flights, a glamorous feeling culture that is very easy to deal with for new tourists. A large and very modern city that seems to have more than its rational shopping centers, but it’s also strangely cheap considering the multicultural feel. Many sights are free including places of worship, public open spaces, and even some museums and galleries. Others charge a nominal fee, such as 5 ringgit to get into the National Museum.

Asia's ideal city


A growing number of decent accommodations provide reasonable value for money; many include a simple breakfast and free WiFi. The best advice for food in Kuala Lumpur is to follow the crowd. It is nearly always possible to have a tasty, filling meal for less than 10 ringgit. It is possible to have an enjoyable time in Kuala Lumpur, and not bust your budget too badly because everything from accommodation to food costs not that much more.