Our misconceptions are that traveling abroad is very expensive, and it is necessary to have a huge amount in your pocket. But it is not so. There are a few selected countries in the world where there are some jugs due to our money, but you can live as an Empire.
Uganda is located in the eastern part of the continent of Africa. Here (1 NGN = 10.15 UGX) one Nigeria naira is equal to 10.15 Ugandan Shillings. Even though living here is expensive but drinking and food is very cheap.
Ankorwat temples are famous in Cambodia. Over 40 million tourists come here every year. The economies of this country depend on the textile industry. One Nigeria Naira (1 NGN = 11.24 KHR) means 11.24 Cambodians Riel.
Buddhism is the main religion of Vietnam. In the Battle of Bach Dong River with China, he won victorious and separated from China. Vietnam is the 13th most popular country in the world. (1 NGN = 64.26 VND)
Malgas is a settlement on the right bank of the Breede River in the Overberg region of the Western Cape. It is situated 25 kilometres north-west of the Breede River mouth at Witsand, and 30 kilometres south-east of Swellendam. (1 NGN = 10.14 Malagasy Ariary)
The best places for tourism are their 13466 large and small islands. Here you will not spend much because 1 naira is equal to 40.03 IDR.
6. Sao Tome
If you are fond of eating and drinking, then Sao Tome is the perfect tourist place. The attractions here are flowers, palaces, and views. (1 NGN = 59.36 STD)
Mongolia, a nation bordered by China and Russia, is known for vast, rugged expanses and nomadic culture. Its capital, Ulaanbaatar, centers around Chinggis Khaan (Genghis Khan) Square, named for the notorious founder of the 13th- and 14th-century Mongol Empire. 1 Naira of Nigeria is equal to 7.64 Mongolian Tugric.
Paraguay is a landlocked country between Argentina, Brazil and Bolivia, home to large swaths of swampland, subtropical forest and chaco, wildernesses comprising savanna and scrubland. Nigeria 1 Naira is equal to 17.99 Paraguay Guarani. You can travel here without putting a burden on your pocket.
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