Since summer is near, chances are you’ve taken a break to travel the world, or perhaps just traveling to another country. But flying to another country for vacation can be quite hard as the tickets themselves are already expensive, and not to mention you still have to pay for the food, accommodations and souvenirs. Worry no further though, because we’re going to help you. In this article, we’re going to show you some ways on how to travel while staying on budget. If you’re curious on how to do that, make sure to read this article to know more.
Consider Other Accommodations Options
The first thing that came to your mind when talking to accommodations are staying in a hotel, which is nice but there’s also a lot of drawbacks from staying in a hotel. First of all, hotels are expensive, and they’re targeted to tourist, which will not fit your budget. Second of all, they have early checkout time, which they will charge you in case you went over just for a minute or two, so you wouldn’t like this one. Our tip is to try staying on an Airbnb or capsule hotel since they are much cheaper and still gives you what you need from accommodations.
Eat Where it’s Cheap
A lot of people consider eating at a mall, which is the most comfortable access since they have a lot of foods variety that you can choose, but we’re going to explain why you should try eating somewhere else. Although eating in the mall can be a comfort it can also suck your vacation money right away. Our tip is to do research where the locals eat, as it is much cheaper and you can still eat delicious food. And the fun part is some of the street foods are much more authentic and tastier than the food in the mall.
Create An Itinerary
Another tip to save your money is to create an itinerary and stick to what you’ve created. By creating a schedule or an itinerary, you’ll have a clear indication on what you have to do, this way you won’t stray away and make an impulse on buying expensive souvenirs or going to sketchy tourist spots that might be expensive. If you’re not used to creating an itinerary, don’t worry as there’s a lot of budget itinerary on the internet that you can use.