3 Countries In Asia That Are Least Visited By Tourists

3 Countries In Asia That Are Least Visited By Tourists

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Well-known places in Asia such as Japan, Korea, Thailand, Indonesia among the many, are preferred by most tourists during their vacation and it’s because of the famous spots that people look forward to. But for those who prefer the road less traveled over the mainstream spots, here are three recommended places that are just as breathtaking:

1. Bhutan

There are three main reasons why tourists are dream of visiting the Kingdom of Bhutan. First, because it is declared as the happiest nation on earth. Second, it is listed as one of the least polluted countries in the world. Lastly, it is tagged as one of the most photogenic destinations in Asia. However, Bhutan is still considered as one of the least visited country in Asia because of the strict regulations on the number of tourists.

So if you’re planning to visit Bhutan, tourists must book through a Bhutanese tour operator or through one of its international partners.



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