9 Vacation Destinations Where U.S. Residents Are Rich

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7) Cambodia

Perhaps best known for the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Angkor Wat, Cambodia has a whole lot more to offer than these architectural masterpieces. Tour traditional fishing villages, endless markets, historical sites, museums, and tropical paradise islands. Cambodia can offer a little bit of everything, and at super low costs. In fact, one of the most expensive attractions has to be Angkor Wat in Siem Reap. A one-day pass costs $37! If that seems steep, don’t worry; you can stay in a 3-star hotel in a prime location for under $10. Food and transportation are also extremely affordable. Full budget meals range between $2-$7, beer is under $2. The 5-hour bus journey from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh is $9. A ferry to the Utopia of Koh Rong from the southern city of Sihanoukville is $15. Explore this country to your heart’s content!

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