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Top 5 Affordable Holiday Getaway Destinations This April – Your 2018 Bucket List

Have you got a severe case of wanderlust? Are you looking for a new list of where to go this year? Check out the most affordable holiday destinations you MUST add to your bucket list!

1

Bali

The tiny island of Indonesia has gained some hype over the recent years. Bali is a diverse society with rich culture and tantalizing food. Book your holiday to Bali with one of the reputed travel agencies in Sri Lanka who will take care of your travel, accommodation and tours around the island such as My Prime Trip Powered by Hemas Travels. Some of the places you need to visit are Uluwatu Temple, Ubud Monkey Forest, the rice fields and the numerous waterfalls around the island. Don't miss the chance to hike up Mount Batur if it interests you! Balinese food is packed with a load of flavours and spices and you'll be craving for it long after you've left the island. Favourites amongst tourists include the iconic Nasi Goreng and Mie Goreng. Nasi goreng is fried rice while Mie Goreng is fried noodles. Both are accompanied by a fried egg and prawn crackers. The best way to explore Bali is by riding a scooter!

2

Thailand

Though it has fallen in the negative light over the recent years, most parts of Thailand still remain untouched by the dirty hands of tourism. Secluded islands such as Ko Samui, Ko Samet and Ko Lanta Yai are gems that are begging to be discovered. If you need to get your shopping done, Bangkok is your best bet, but avoid staying too long there. Head over to the countryside and the quiet cities of Thailand to truly experience the beauty of Thai culture and the scrumptious dishes they prepare. Thai food is packed with flavours that like Bali will leave you begging for more! If you want to avoid the throngs of tourists, head to Thailand in off-peak season.

3

Morocco

Morocco is a colourful and fragrant destination to visit. This North African country is a combination of rugged mountains and vibrant street markets. Drink plenty of Moroccan tea and spend the entire day exploring the country's historically significant monuments and relics. End your holiday with a trip to a hammam for a spa treatment that's unlike any other. You can also visit Tangiers, get lost in the medinas, trek through the Atlas Mountains or the Torda Gorge, learn to surf or enjoy a cooking class.

4

South Korea

Complete with beautiful landscapes and over 5000 years of history and culture, a trip to South Korea is a must. Hike up rugged mountains, explore through national parks or hit the slopes and learn how to ski during winter. You can go sailing, fishing or explore through remote villages to learn about traditional local lifestyles. If you're planning to head to South Korea, make sure you're there for some of the most vibrant festivals in the country such as Boryeong's mud fest or Gwangju's annual celebration of Korean food.

5

Japan

If you love sushi, there's no better place to travel to this year than Japan. Stroll along pathways and parks that are crowded with colourful cherry blossoms, visit temples, museums, shrines and historic sites. Read manga and anime and buy a few copies to take back home. Japan also has a set of breath-taking castles and gardens that you must visit!

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