8 Countries Having  Lower Currency Value Than Indian Rupee – For The Budget World Travellers

Have you always wanted to go for a trip abroad but did not thinking of the expenses? You can surely live your dream because not all foreign holidays are always expensive. While several travelers the world over go on shoe-string budget trips too, if you don’t want to do that this is especially for you. The Indian rupee may not have as much value as the dollar or pound but it still is stronger than many other world currencies. We list 8  countries you can visit where the Indian currency has more value. Now that’s what we call a win-win situation.

1.Vietnam

A country known for its Buddhist pagodas, scrumptious Vietnamese cuisine and rivers where you can go kayaking, Vietnam is perfect for Indians as it offers a taste of a completely different culture. It is not too far away yet isn’t too expensive on the pocket. War museums and French colonial architecture are some of the country’s top attractions.

1 Indian Rupee = 336.74 Vietnamese Dong.

2.Indonesia

 

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Basically comprising an archipelago of over a thousand islands, Indonesia is the place for great local shopping, relaxing spa getaways, and marvelous beaches that look like they popped out of a computer wallpaper.Backpacker paradise starts at Vietnam. With places like Vang Vieng just a few hours away where you lumber down a river on a Tyre while sipping on mushroom shakes from the adjoining shacks, this sounds like a no brainer. You can sort out stay, food and transport in Rs. 700 in Vietnam!

1 Rupee = 197.02 Indonesian Rupiah.

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3.Cambodia

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Most popular for its Angkor Wat, a massive stone temple, Cambodia is another country Indians can visit without breaking the bank. Its Royal Palace, National Museum and archaeological ruins are some of its best attractions. Cambodia is quite popular among tourists from Western countries too and its popularity is slowly spreading among Indians as well.

1 Indian Rupee =60.59 Cambodian Riel.

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4.Uzbekistan

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Central Asia’s cradle of culture for more than two millennia, Uzbekistan is the proud home to a spellbinding arsenal of architecture and ancient cities, all deeply infused with the bloody, fascinating history of the Silk Road for the offbeat traveller.

1 Rupee = 44.76 Uzbekistani Som.

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