Top South Asian Destinations That Should Be on Your 2019 Bucket List

Posted by on March 5, 2019 in News Flash, Travel and Entertainment with 0 Comments

Travelling is one of the most enthralling and rejuvenating experiences for any individual. When your life is full of stress and responsibilities and there is so much on your plate that you barely get time for your own self, traveling offers a much-needed break. You can choose a destination that suits your mood and preference. Although quite a lot of people love to retreat to exotic, natural heavens, most of those destinations are incredibly expensive for budget tourists. Even for the westerners who can afford luxurious getaways, western destinations often come off as monotonous and they look for places that offer greater diversity and excitement. Since over a decade, more and more western tourists have been heading towards the South Asian destinations.

As internet access has increased and travel apps have taken over, more tourists from the farther ends of the world have been intrigued to travel to these destinations. Apart from the budget-friendly retreat options that stem from the exchange rate differences, the tropical climate of these places make it an absolute favorite for most western travelers. Moreover, South Asia has so much diversity that you can have enough of a single destination. Here are some of the top South Asian destinations that should be on your Bucket List in 2019.


If you are looking for a short trip, say a week at max and can afford to spend a bit of cash, Singapore is not to be missed at all. It is one of the world’s most exciting tourist destination. It is an amazing blend of high-tech skyscrapers surrounded by lush green rainforests, parks and green belts. The city’s town planning is an architectural marvel of its own. It is an extremely kid-friendly destination with lots of exciting attractions such as the Universal Studios, Sentosa, Singapore Zoo, Night Safari and Gardens by the Bay. The Singapore Airport alone is a marvel that will leave you awestruck.


If you are into exotic white beaches, head to the Maldives. This beautiful land is known as the country of islands for over 2000 islands scattered across its waters. The moment you enter the Maldives airspace and your plane take a descent towards the runway, you will be mesmerized by the emerald green and turquoise water. The islands are a group of reefs and atolls that offer both economical full board and half board accommodation options such as motels and hostels along with exotic private resort islands owned by international hotel chains such as Hilton.


For many people, Maldives is still a pricey option. Even if travel costs are not an issue, many see the Maldives only well for a three-day getaway as there is not much to offer in terms of nightlife, food, shopping or attractions other than water sport and relaxation. For that reason, many tourists head towards Thailand. While beach lovers and tourists usually take connecting flights and fly to the pristine islands in the far north, it is absolutely worth transmitting for a few days into Bangkok, the vibrant Thai capital. If you book yourself a Bangkok sightseeing tour, you will be amazed by how much the city has to offer.

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