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8 Economical Trips Overseas That Wont Need Much Saving!

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The cost of domestic travel has hit the skies lately. Why not head overseas when it is going to cost you the same? You get to see a whole new world and experience myriad cultures that is nothing like yours! There are plenty international trips you can take at affordable rates. Here are 5 such places that are stunning, refreshing and easy on the pocket! 

1. Dubai: Shop till you drop, on a budget

Dubai: Shop till you drop, on a budget
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Glitzy Dubai is the United Arab Emirates' holiday hotspot. This city of skyscrapers and shopping malls has altered itself from a desert settlement to a destination. If you are a gold lover, go to the biggest gold market in the world, Gold Souk near Dubai Creek. If you prefer malls and variant shopping, Dubai Mall is your go-to place. 

HolidayIQ tip: Don't miss visiting the observation decks of Burj Khalifa. 

Package: INR 40,000 onwards for 5 nights and 6 days.

HolidayIQ reviewer Anil Gupta says, “The Dubai Mall is the biggest mall and a lot of activities are available here. You can visit the aquarium, snow world, underwater zoo, waterfalls, shopping and restaurants for delicious food. Metro and bus services are easily available."

2. Singapore: Food, fashion and Sentosa

Singapore: Food, fashion and Sentosa
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Check out the futuristic Supertree Grove, stroll and pamper yourself on Orchard Street or spend the day at the nearby Sentosa Island.

HolidayIQ tip: Don't forget to try the famous Singapore swing while you are there

Package: INR 34,000 onwards for 5 nights and 6 days.

HolidayIQ reviewer P Muralidhar Rao says, “The place is full of high-rise buildings. There is a place called little India, a huge marketplace, where you will find all Indian shops. Mustafa is another shopping complex where you will get all Indian goods. You get all varieties of food in Singapore.

3. Mauritius: Bikinis, beaches and budget spas

Mauritius: Bikinis, beaches and budget spas
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Just because you are on a budget trip, does not mean you can't relax on one of the best beaches in the world. Pamper yourself in one of their amazing spas. If you are feeling active, you can indulge in sports such as scuba diving and skydiving. 

Package: INR 52,000 onwards for 6 nights and 7 days.

HolidayIQ reviewer Shiva Rao says, “If you want to enjoy beaches and relax, then you must go to Mauritius without fail. Visa is on arrival. It’s only a 6 hour journey from Mumbai. Resorts are not very costly either. The city is also very beautiful with that English look. People seem to be courteous and helpful, even at the airport.

4. Maldives: Of thousand coral islands and ivory beaches

Maldives: Of thousand coral islands and ivory beaches
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The archipelago is known for luxurious accommodations and spectacular service at great costs.  Maafushi Island in the South Male Atoll is perfect for snorkelling and sunbathing, many sandbars providing great opportunities for reef explorations. You can even opt for a relaxing sunset cruise aboard a catamaran in Hulhumale.

Package: INR 25,000 onwards for 4 nights.

HolidayIQ reviewer Kiran B says, “It is very easy to fall in love with. The pristine white beaches, blue lagoons and extensive reefs. As a photographer, Maldives made me very trigger happy- every little experience was beautiful.

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5. Bali: Natural beauty and legendary temples

Bali: Natural beauty and legendary temples
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Bali hosts a wealth of attractions, from spectacular beaches of Kuta, Nusa Dua and Seminyak, to Ubud as the cultural heart. Tanah Lot is the iconic temple of Bali. Uluwatu is not just known for its pretty temple. It has an open amphitheatre close by, where you can enjoy sunset Kecak fire dances. 

Package: INR 35,000 onwards for 5 nights and 6 days.

HolidayIQ reviewer Sheena Benedicta says, “Yes it is a beach destination but there is so much more to Bali than just that. Bali is just stunning- a beautiful expanse of mystical forest areas, rice fields and naturally maintained country roads. The temples, especially Tanah Lot was quite a sight and even small roadways seemed perfect like an oil painting. Food - Nasi Goreng, party - Legion street, Beach - the Jimbaran beach.

6. Hong Kong: Entertainment unlimited!

Hong Kong: Entertainment unlimited!
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Hong Kong is a vibrant, densely-populated urban hub with a skyscraper-studded skyline. Set sail on an enjoyable ride from Kowloon Island to Hong Kong Island by the Star Ferry. It showcases an excellent view of the city skyline. Oh yes, and don't miss out Disneyland! you can indulge the kid in you at Toy Story Land and Grizzly Gulch.

Package: INR 33,100 onwards for 3 nights and 4 days.

HolidayIQ reviewer Harvinder says, “Kowloon is the best destination to find street markets (a heaven for shopping lovers). Best thing is you can locate more than enough food points, restaurants etc.”

7. Bangkok: Get stunned by the rich culture

Bangkok: Get stunned by the rich culture
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Bangkok is a potpourri of colours, festivity and is known for hospitality and yummy cuisine. Watch the sun set on the picturesque Bangkok horizon while on a cruise along the Chao Phraya river. To complete the experience, you should visit Wat Traimit or the Temple of Golden Buddha which sports single largest golden Buddha statue in the world- weighing around 5.5 tonnes. 

Package: INR 33,100 onwards for 3 nights and 4 days.

HolidayIQ reviewer Satish says, “Visiting all the temples and shrines is fantastic. The people are lovely too. Skytrain is hassle-free and much cheaper.

8. Malaysia: Explore the expansive terrain

Malaysia: Explore the expansive terrain
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A fusion of Indian and Chinese cultures, Malaysia has the ability to astound you. Enjoy the breathtaking skyline from the KLTower in Kuala Lumpur as you indulge in great food. You can’t miss the unique Karst formations at the national park in Sarawak is a UNESCO World Heritage site, known for its expansive cave system and rainforest. 

Package: INR 33,100 onwards for 3 nights and 4 days.

HolidayIQ reviewer Ravindra says, “One should definitely visit Twin Tower, click photographs and have dinner at KL Tower's revolving restaurant. It gives the view of this wonderful city from all directions. One should visit Genting Highland, its snow word and the theme park and hotel itself are wonderful and ropeway is also exciting.

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