SOUTHEAST ASIA

Nepal/Thailand/Cambodia/Vietnam

Cost per individual: $7,500 for a half-year

Features: Kathmandu • Annapurna Circuit • Annapurna Base Camp • Pashupatinath Temple • Swayambhunath Temple • Boudhanath • Bangkok Grand Palace • Wat Pho • James Bond Island • Ao Nang • Patong Beach • Ko Phi • Snorkeling • Kayaking • Raya Island • Maya Bay • Khao San Road • Angkor Wat • Bayon Temple • Ta Prohm Temple • Choeung Ek Killing Fields • Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum • Bein Hoa • Mui Ne • Dak Mil • Dalat • Crazy House • Hoi A • Marble Mountain • DMZ visit • Halong Bay

Cost Examples: $36 for a month's settlement in teahouses in Annapurna area • $60 for seven-day Angor Wat pass • $1 passionfruit smoothie in Vietnam • $100 for three-month visa in Nepal • $16 for Maya Bay visit • $6 transport from Bangkok to Phnom Penh, Cambodia • $515 private lodging for one month in Phuket two squares from shoreline.

Notes: Southeast Asia was by a long shot the least expensive district we visited so's the reason we remained for a half year. Nepal was the least costly nation for settlement and sustenance. The touristy Phuket was likewise shockingly sensible as we stayed in a modest lodging by the shoreline for a month. By and large, every one of the nations in this area had humble private accommodations and excellent arrangements on transportation and sustenance.


THE PACIFIC

Australia/New Zealand

Cost per individual: $1,700 for nine days Highlights: Sydney Opera House • Art Museum of New South Wales • Museum of Contemporary Art • Featherdale Wildlife Park • Rocks • Sydney Harbor Bridge • Queenstown • Milford Sound • Ben Lomond Cost Examples: $630 departure from Hanoi to Sydney on Singapore Airlines • $70/night private room in Sydney lodging • $20 confirmation for Featherdale Wildlife Park • $80 for Milford Sound visit • $11 for a Fergburger • $230 trip on JetStar from Sydney to Queenstown. Notes: It was expensive to cross the Pacific Ocean, yet it must be done to advance back to the Americas. So we made delays in Australia and New Zealand since we'd experience at any rate. It was hard to discover modest lodgings in the two nations. The sustenance was additionally costly. There were no visa cost for New Zealand and a little one for an e-visa for Australia. The U.S. dollar was in reality quite stable contrasted with their dollars than expected, however that being said everything still cost a ton.