Check out these five countries that are the kings of the Indian rupee Beyond Kerala

Who doesn't love going to exotic places or amazing tourist spots abroad to enjoy a vacation? But, many travel enthusiasts hesitate to plan a vacation abroad as it will burn a hole in their pocket. Indian travelers often worry about being forced to spend more Indian currency against the dollar or euro. But there are some countries you can visit without worrying about breaking your bank. Currencies in these countries are weak against the Indian rupee. However, it should be noted that in some of these places, the cost of living can be quite high; Hence, the appreciation of the Indian rupee may be counterproductive. Here are five countries you can travel to this year on a budget.

Indonesia
From nature lovers to adventure seekers, Indonesia has something for everyone. The archipelago consists of about 17,000 islands, beaches, vast rice fields, waterfalls, lakes and volcanoes. There are countless tourist destinations, including Bali, one of Indonesia's most popular honeymoon destinations. One Indian Rupee is worth 186.44 Indonesian Rupiah.

Cambodia
One Indian Rupee converts to 49.40 Cambodian Riel. Every year, millions of tourists visit Cambodia, which is known for its many ancient and historical sites, including the famous Angkor Wat, which is included in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. In addition, there are many beautiful beaches and beautiful forests. Indians can stay in the country for up to thirty days after getting a visa.

Vietnam
Vietnam is one of the most preferred destinations for Indian travelers. Ancient city of Hoi An, Mui Ne famous for windsurfing and kite surfing, UNESCO World Heritage Site of Hue, Bac Ha mountain range and Halong Bay are some of the most frequently visited places in the country. Meanwhile, Ho Chi Minh City is known for its vibrant nightlife and charming cafes with rooftop bars and live music. Trekking in Cha Pa is easily on any adventure lover's bucket list. One Indian Rupee is 292.87 Vietnamese Dong.

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Paraguay
Hailed as the heart of South America, Paraguay is known for fishing and golfing. Interestingly, it is one of the safest countries for tourists in South America. One Indian Rupee converts to 87.81 Paraguay Guarani. However, the cost of living here is 36% higher than most Indian cities. These include the Saltos del Monde Falls, the world's largest hydroelectric project, the Idaibu Dam, Manjana de la Rivera, known for its rows of colorful houses, the colonial-era city of Aregua, and La Santísima Trinidad de Paraná. Cerro Cora National Park and the Iglesia de Yaqurón Church are some of the popular tourist attractions in Paraguay, listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Nepal
It is easy for Indian tourists to visit Nepal. Everest Base Camp, Annapurna Trekking Circuit, Lumbini and Sagarmatha National Park (Everest's headquarters) UNESCO Heritage Sites and Kathmandu Valley are famous places in Nepal. There are hundreds of trekking trails here for adventure lovers. Besides, paragliding is very popular in Pokhara. Nepal is a country you can visit without spending a fortune. One Indian Rupee is equal to 1.60 Nepalese Rupees. Also, food and lodging facilities can be availed at low cost.

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