Going travelling should be something that most people should dream of doing at least once or twice in their lives. When planning to visit another country, it can be quite hard to actually plan for it once you realize the prices. But your budget can be adjusted according to what exactly you want to achieve from the visit. For those who want to go for the luxury, then scratch even thinking about a budget. But if you want to enjoy what the world has to offer, then all you need to do is prepare yourself properly. Here are some of budget cities to visit on your next vacation.

Goa of India

If you done visiting all the temples, shrines and the mainstream attractions in the country and want to relax in a beautiful beach somewhere then Goa is the place to go. There Are no major patong resturants and other wallet eating accommodation places in these beach towns so you will have an authentic, comfortable and sometimes luxurious (if you can pay for it) places to stay at. There are no taxes on alcohol in Goa so you can drink all you want and watch the sunset under your beach umbrella.

Beijing of china

Considered the best metropolis to be seen on the world (everyone’s already been to New York), the city with its 800 years of history is full of life and a different side of modernism. Along with some of world’s largest skyscrapers you get Ming tombs (which has 13 emperors of the Ming dynasty), Forbidden City (which even sounds awesome as it actually is), Great Wall of China (one of the things to see in life), Tiananmen square (the modern addition which is also the largest city square in the world). You get amazing deals everywhere and you can go on a crazy shopping spree at the shopping districts and outdoor markets. Take a flight from the family friendly 4 star hotels in Phuket Thailand to reach china as you get a lot of cheap and daily planes.

Hoi An, Vietnam

Once you are done staying at Patong beach resorts and want to move on with your tour, Hoi An should be your next destination. Hoi An originally was a very old town which is built upon a Chinese-style fishing village (which is also coincidentally a UNESCO Heritage Site), is surrounded by the modern city. So you can enjoy back-to-the-future moments at the old town and go back to the modern city outside to enjoy the nightlife. In general Thailand and Vietnam has cheaper prices in the region, and Japan and South Korea has the more luxurious lifestyles to watch and enjoy.