The 4 Asia's Hassle-Free Travel Destinations in 2022 and 2023
The years 2020 and 2021 saw a decrease in the number of people traveling, but 2022 is expected to see a surge in what is being called #revengetravel. People who have not had the opportunity to travel or explore are now purchasing plane tickets, packing their bags, and rushing to get to their next destination as quickly as possible.
Although most of the world’s borders have been opened, a few nations still need tourists to adhere to their quarantine restrictions and pass required tests. We’ve compiled a list of eight countries that won’t put you through the trouble of testing and quarantine this year; consider visiting one of these countries on your next vacation.
As a result of Cambodia relaxing its COVID-19 protocols, you will soon be able to visit the towering temples of Angkor Wat. Testing will no longer be required to enter the country for persons who have received all of their vaccinations as of March 17, 2022. Travel insurance purchased from the country’s required provider and quarantine upon arrival is two other things that are no longer compulsory.
You should add to your list of things to do a trip to Siem Reap to see Angkor Wat, Ta Prohm Temple, and Bayon Temple, as well as a stop in Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia, to see the Silver Pagoda, Independence Monument, and the National Museum. These are just some of the things you should put on your list.
The normal operating procedures for international travel to Thailand are scheduled to resume on July 1, 2022.
This implies that the Thailand Pass is no longer required, all forms of quarantine have been eliminated, and international travelers are no longer required to produce proof that they have COVID-19 insurance (though we still highly urge this!).
You may now go to lovely Bangkok, where you can get a close look at Wat Pho and Wat Arun, attractive Chiang Mai, where you can trek through the trails of Doi Inthanon, and pretty Phuket, where you can go island hopping without having to worry about hotel quarantines.
Regarding removing mandatory testing, Vietnam was one of the first countries in Southeast Asia to take that step. They also do not require quarantine upon arrival.
You can begin your journey in Northern Vietnam with a cuisine tour in Hanoi, then proceed south to Central Vietnam to enjoy sightseeing in Da Nang and Hoi An, and then finish your journey in Southern Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City with an adventure through a WWII tunnel.
Since August 1, 2022, Malaysia has reverted to its status before the epidemic, which means that the country will welcome passengers regardless of whether or not they have been vaccinated. This means there will be no further examinations, no further travel passes, and no further quarantine. What this does mean, however, is that you will be able to see the Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur, the Kek Lok Si Temple in George Town, and ascend Mount Kinabalu in Kota Kinabalu without having to deal with any of the hassles associated with following the local custom.
Be aware that, even though it is fantastic that the world is again opening up to people, travel recommendations are being modified consistently depending on the current health condition in each country. Before booking your flight, you should verify that you meet all the travel criteria.
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Thailand or Cambodia tours in November
Plan a trip to Thailand or Cambodia for the month of November. November is the ideal month to visit the Lands of Smile if you have always wanted to go there but are unable to tolerate temperatures that are either extremely cold or extremely humid.
You will enjoy the lower temperatures and fresh air of November in Thailand or Cambodia, and you will have the opportunity to walk through streets that are adorned with brilliant autumn leaves.
Chiang Mai, which is located in Northern Thailand and is known for its mountains, is one of the most visited cities in Southeast Asia in the month of November.
In conjunction with Loy Krathong, the enchanted Yee Peng Festival takes place in the month of November. Also known as the Thai Festival of Lights, it is considered to be one of the most stunning and well-attended celebrations in all of Asia.
During this time, you will have the opportunity to watch as thousands of paper lanterns float up into the full moon sky. While you’re there, you can make a wish and release your own light into the night sky!
Thailand or Cambodia tours in January
Because it comes so soon after the holidays at the end of the year, January is an excellent month to take a trip because the rates will be lower, and there will be fewer people there than at other times of the year.
In January, the majority of Southeast Asian countries (with the exception of Indonesia) are in the dry season, which means that you can expect little rain and lower humidity. This makes January a great time to visit Angkor Wat, go on an adventure in Siem Reap, or go on a food and shopping spree in Siem Reap or Chiang Mai. Indonesia is the exception to this rule.
If you are interested in traveling to Thailand, one of the most amusing cities in the country is Ayutthaya, which is only a one-hour and thirty minute journey away from Bangkok.
This little-known gem is surrounded by picturesque flower fields, farms, wineries, and villages all the way to its destination.
The temperature in the evenings can drop to 15 degrees Celsius in Ayutthaya because the weather there is normally a few degrees cooler than in Bangkok. This makes it possible to enjoy enjoyable touring in a nice breeze.
It will take you from Bangkok to Ayutthaya and around the charming city according to the customized itinerary that you have created for yourself.
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