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Top 4 Countries To Visit In Asia At Least Once In Your Lifetime

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Asian countries are the new it place for most tourists and travelers. This is because not only are they beautiful, they have a lot to offer.

For starters, their rich cultural heritage is one to experience first hand. From food to dressing, each country has its own unique cultural practices that set them apart.

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They are also budget-friendly and affordable. Here are the top 4 countries to visit in Asia in your lifetime.


Located in South-Eastern Asia, Indonesia is a country with much to offer any curious traveler. 

Indonesia is the world’s largest island country covering  1,904,569 square kilometers of land.  Nature and culture are prime attractions of Indonesia.

For the summer bunnies and beach lovers, Indonesia is just the destination for you. Indonesia is located along the equator hence the weather is warm most of the year.

The long beaches and tropical weather are some of the motivations for people to visit.

The country boasts of thousands of islands to visit and explore, to be specific, seventeen thousand. People usually island hop in the country with each offering something unique.

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Some of the popular destinations in Indonesia include Lovers paradise Bali, Ubud, Kuta, and Jakarta.

Instead of spending all your days double-tapping on people’s Bali pictures on Instagram, book a flight and see for yourself.

In addition to the influx of islands, Indonesia also has ancient temples, volcanoes, waterfalls, and ample nature parks that will fascinate you.

If you need any more reason to visit Indonesia, ‘Eat Pray Love’ by Elizabeth Gilbert has many more.


Singapore is one of Asia’s hit-list destinations and it’s about time you ticked it off your bucket list. This island cosmopolitan city-state is located in maritime Southeast Asia.

Unlike in most of the other popular destinations in Asia, Singapore is a bit more expensive to live or travel to. It, however, has everything to offer in terms of the urban lifestyle.

Singapore serves as a melting point for different cultures hence it is very culturally diverse.

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Thanks to a good and advanced transport system, people are able to explore the island easier.

It is made up of skyscrapers and beautiful architectural designs that will have you awwing as you move. Singapore also offers a wide array of restaurants and options to eat out.

Many people visit Singapore for its dose of retail therapy among the many other things it offers. There are a number of designer stores that will solve all your shopping needs.

If you’re a sucker for a good discount, there are shops to cater to your needs as well.


For a budget-friendly country like Thailand, it is amazing to imagine all the beautiful destinations you can visit and explore while there.

Thailand has a million and one beautiful tropical islands. Just to name a few, Phuket, Pattaya and Phi Phi islands. It is by far the most visited country in the region.

Thailand is an exotic country that is rich in culture, beaches, beauty, jungles, and food.

There are so many temples you can visit while there and get to understand the Buddhist way of life.

Thailand is full of whimsical floating markets, which can be found throughout the country.

While in Thailand, you can also go scuba diving, sample Thai food and go see and feed the elephants.

People usually ride the elephants but it is not advisable as the elephants go through a lot of abuse to get them subdued.


From the temples to the rich culture, India is one country in Asia you have to absolutely visit.

India is home to the world’s most spectacular architecture and it may take some time to narrow down the most exciting places to visit as you can never quite exhaust them all.

If you want to see the country’s most awe-inspiring landmarks and most sacred sites, exploring Northern India is the way to go.

It is the home to the infamous Taj Mahal which is an ivory-white marble mausoleum on the south bank of the Yamuna river in the Indian city of Agra.

It was built between 1632 and 1647 by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, dedicated to Jahan’s favorite wife, Mumtaz Mahal, who died during childbirth.

Away from the chaotic main cities, you will find forests, temples, and fortresses that will take your breath away.

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