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Safe Asian Countries To Travel Solo After Pandemic - Wonderful Destination

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Safe Countries To Travelling After Pandemic - It will be a lot of fun when our vacation goes according to plan. This time of year international travel may stop but this could be an opportunity to draw up more careful planning for next year. 

It's been a year of pandemics that we can't vacation abroad. If the pandemic is over do you want to take a vacation soon? Traveling with friends or groups may have been a lot of you do. Are you interested in solo traveling?

Some Asian countries such as Singapore, Malaysia, Japan, Korea, and China are among the favorite destinations of solo travelers. In addition to these countries, there are several other Asian countries that could be destinations. These countries have a fairly low covid-19 spread rate, making it safe to visit after the pandemic. If that is possible, and these are the asian countries that are safe to visit after the pandemic.

Vietnam



As one of the countries where The Covid-19 positive rate is quite low, Vietnam is safe to visit after the pandemic. Also, the country is safe for solo travelers. What's more, you don't need a visa to enter Vietnam.
Many flights to major cities in Vietnam, such as Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi, or Da Nang. Both with full service and low-cost airlines, so you can choose according to your schedule and budget. 
 
To explore the whole of Vietnam takes quite a long time. So if you want to solo traveling here, you decide first to go to northern, central, or southern Vietnam. For northern Vietnam, Hanoi will be the first destination. From Hanoi, you can go to other cities like Halong Bay to try a cruise tour. Or go to Sapa, set foot on Fansipan Mountain (altitude 3,143m) without trekking!
 
If you choose south Vietnam, choose your first flight to Ho Chi Minh City. In this Vietnamese capital, you can visit and enjoy European architecture in the city center. Or want to experience the Cu Chi Tunnels, the underground tunnels used during the Vietnam war? Now, if you want to try the thrill of riding a jeep in the desert, you can visit Hue in central Vietnam. Don't miss out on a visit to Da Nang to enjoy the Golden Bridge.

Kamboja



For history buffs, visiting Cambodia can be one of the destinations after the pandemic. Siem Reap and Phnom Penh are the two main destinations for tourists to Cambodia. In Siem Reap is Angkor Wat, a UNESCO world heritage site. Originally, this place was a place of worship for Hindus. Later in the 12th century, it was transformed into a Buddhist place of worship. Besides Siem Reap, you can continue your trip to Phnom Penh. Here you can explore the Silver Pagoda and Imperial Palace.
 
To move around a city like Sihanoukville, you can use a bus or van. Enjoy the white sand and blue sea at Sihanoukville's beaches, such as Sokha Beach, Long Beach, and Independent Beach. To get to Cambodia, there are several alternative low-cost and full-service airlines.

Bhutan



Known as the 'Land of the Thunder Dragon', this Himalayan kingdom is called the happiest country in society. Including expensive destinations in Asia, all travelers visiting Bhutan must use a local agency. The government-designated tourist fees include accommodation, transportation while in Bhutan, guides, and meals. Although a trip to Bhutan is not cheap, it can be one of the must-visit places once in a lifetime.
 
Bhutan offers spectacular views of the Himalayan clusters, a wide variety of temples ranging from Paro Taktsang, Gangteng Monastery, to Punakha Dzong. Enjoy beautiful views of rhododendrons in the Gangtey Valley in spring or hundreds of stupas in the Dochula Pass. October to May is the best time to visit here. By the way, flights to Bhutan are very limited. Bhutan can be reached through India, Thailand, Nepal, Singapore, and Bangladesh.

Nepal



Although confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Nepal are still higher than other countries mentioned above, the country is still fairly safe enough to be a solo traveling destination after the pandemic. This country is suitable for all types of travelers, ranging from outdoor enthusiasts, lovers of culture and history, foodie lovers, to those who like to shop. Unlike other visa-free Asian countries, entry to Nepal requires a Visa on Arrival (VoA). You can take care directly at Tribhuvan International Airport upon arrival. There are 3 timeframe options available: 15 days (30 USD), 30 days (50 USD), and 90 days (125 USD).
 
Most foreign tourists coming to Nepal will choose Kathmandu to stay, especially in Thamel. Here, you can find various types of accommodation, restaurants with local or western menus, bookstores, souvenir shops, outdoor equipment stores, and more. Being the starting point for all activities such as trekking, hiking, climbing, and sightseeing, Thamel is a very lively area.
Nepal is a major destination for tourists from all over the world to see the Himalayas firsthand. There are many track tracks in the country, such as Everest Base Camp, Annapurna Base Camp, Manaslu, and others. For those who don't want trekking or climbing, don't worry! There are many activities in Nepal that you can choose from.

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