Visit these Countries Under INR 60,000 – Our Top Picks (2020)

Who doesn’t like international trips? And if we get to travel foreign countries under 60,000, it is a cherry on top. Let me tell you that not all trips are expensive and one can enjoy a fabulous vacation without burning a hole in the pocket. Let us have a look at our top picks of Countries under 60,000 from India. 

These are our top picks of Countries under 60,000 that can be visited from India, with the help of proper planning and some travel hacks. 

1. Bhutan:

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The land of the thunder dragon with untouched beauty and natural wonders.

Visa type: Not required upto 7 days. If you travel by road and wish to stay for more than 7 days, then you can apply for extension in the immigration office at Thimpu.

Suggested Duration: 6-7 days.

Best Time to Visit: March to May (to see flowers in full bloom); October to December (dry weather).

Cost: Paro is the only international airport in Bhutan.  A round trip will cost you about 22k from Delhi. If you are on a very tight budget, you can book your flight to Siliguri, which costs about 11k for a round trip. From Siliguri, take a bus or share a cab to Paro/Thimpu. The budget accommodation starts from as low as INR 600 (in Thimpu) and INR 1200 for double occupancy. Usually, 3-star accommodation starts from INR 2,000. Note that the cost of taxi ride in Bhutan is extremely expensive. Travellers, usually, rent a private vehicle with a driver. 

Few (Major) Attractions: Haa Valley, Thimpu, Punakha Dzong, Paro Taksang, Gangtey Valley, Trongsa, Zuri Dzong hike, Uma Paro Hotel.

2. Sri Lanka

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Mesmerizing views, sprawling tea plantations, heritage sites and much more.

Visa type: E-visa /Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA) for 30 days. Visa is free of cost (for Indian passports) till 30 April 2020.

Suggested Duration: 6-7 Days.

Cost: Flight tickets from Kochi will cost cheaper, around INR 12,000-13000 (round trip); from Mumbai/Chennai, around INR 16,000 (round trip). The average cost of budget hotels is less than INR 3,000 (double occupancy) and hostels less than INR 500 per night. 

Best Time to Visit: It is blessed with year-round sunshine. If we are to pick, December – March are considered as the best months.

Few (Major) Attractions: Colombo, Unawatuna, Kandy, Matara, Sigiriya Rock Fort, Dambulla Cave Temple, Nine Arch Bridge, Mirissa, Yala National Park, Arugam Bay (adventurous souls), Kirinda, Galle.

3. Indonesia

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Immaculate beauty, cultural heritage, volcano tours and pristine beaches.

Visa type: On arrival (30 days). The cost of Visa is USD 35 (equivalent to INR2,574 as on 5 March 2020).

Suggested Duration: 7 days

Cost: Flight tickets from Mumbai will cost about 23k (round trip). If you plan well in advance, it will cost you cheaper. Accommodation prices are little inflated in popular places like Bali and Jakarta. Nevertheless, hostels start from INR 800 and budget double occupancy room starts around INR 2000.

The cost of Taxi is significantly more than public transportation. For example, a tourist place like Bali, do not have a great public transportation. Either you rent a bike or hire a car that is cheaper than a private taxi.  

Best Time to VisitApril to October (dry season, little rain and low humidity)

Few (Major) Attractions: Bali, Jakarta, Derawan Island, Toba, Lomobok, Bandung.

4. Nepal

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Home to world’s tallest peak, snow capped mountains, lush green valleys, back packer’s delight. Image Credit: The Luxury Travellers

Visa type: Not required.

Suggested Duration7 Days.

Cost: Flight tickets from Mumbai will cost about INR 15000 (round trip); INR 10,000 from Delhi (round trip). The air flights will cost cheaper if you travel from Kolkata. If you do not mind home stays, the options start from INR 300. The budget hotels start around INR 900. Nepal, especially Kathmandu, has lots of budget accommodations available.  

Best Time to Visit: March – May; October-December.

Few (Major) Attractions: Kathmandu, Pashupatinath, Dakshinkali, Lubini, Chitwan National Park, Patan, Bhaktapur, Pokhara, Trekking in Annapurna Region, local sights. 

5. Thailand

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The Land of Smiles, amazing temples, quintessential beaches.

Visa type: On arrival (15 days). The Visa is free till 30 April 2020. After the said date, all travellers may have to pay 2000 Baht upon arrival.

Suggested Duration6-7 days.

CostFlight tickets from Mumbai will cost about INR 15000 (round trip). The budget accommodation starts from as low INR 1000 and INR 2000 for double occupancy. Add another INR 8,000 for local transport and food. Cost will go up depending upon the activities you do and the sights you visit. If you are in a group, you can take a beachfront villa which starting from INR 9,000.  

Best Time to Visit: November – March (dry season). You can also visit in shoulder season from April – June to grab some great deals.

Few (Major) AttractionsBangkok, Phuket, Tarutao, Kanchanaburi, Khao Soak national park.

6. Myanmar (formerly Burma)

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Scenic beauty, tourist-friendly, unexplored natural wonders. Image Credit: Blog Hotels Combined

Visa type: On arrival (28 days). The cost of visa is $50 (as on 4 March 2020)

Suggested Duration: 6 Days.  

Cost: Flight tickets from Mumbai/Delhi will cost about INR 20,000 (round trip). The budget accommodation starts from as low INR 700 for a dorm, and INR 1000 for double occupancy. 

Best Time to Visit: November – February.

Few (Major) Attractions: Yangon, Golden Rock Pagoda, Putao, Inle Lake, Ananda Temple, Mandalay, Kengtung, Bagan. Don’t miss the hot air balloon ride. 

7. Cambodia

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With its rustic beauty and rich culture, it is known as “Kingdom of Wonder”.

Visa type: On Arrival (30 days) at Phnom Penh or Siem Reap international airports. The cost of visa is US$30. You can also apply for e-visa which is valid for 90 days. The cost of visa is US$37.

Suggested Duration: 7 Days.

Cost: Flight tickets from Mumbai will cost about INR 15000 (round trip). The budget accommodation starts from as low INR 500 for a dorm, and INR 1000 for double occupancy.

 Best Time to Visit: November – April.

Few (Major) Attractions: Silver Pagoda, Koh Ker, Angkor Thom, Bayon, Phnom Penh, Koh Rong Samloem.


1. Book Early for Cheap Flights. Set price alerts.

2. Try to stay away from Touristy hotels and instead go down a few blocks to stay like a local. For Good deals on Hostels, Check Hostel World.

3. Embrace Public transport for budget holidays.

4. Along-with AirBNB, check Hostelworld, Homeaway,, Agoda,

5. Subscribe to airline/hotel membership if possible.

6. Travel like a local.

This is it! These are our favourite countries under 60,000 that can be visited from India. Do you wish to add more countries? Please feel free to leave a comment.

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