10 Countries Where Pakistani feel rich

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Pakistani tourists get a very crappy exchange rate when they travel to popular tourist destinations. This makes many of us price-concious about everything. But still there are many famous places out there which are culturally rich having amazing scenic beauty and the PKR will make you feel rich there.

1. Iran:

1 PKR = 325 Iranian rial

The landscape of Iran is diverse, providing a range of activities from hiking and skiing in the Alborz mountains, to beach holidays by the Persian Gulf and the Caspian Sea.

2. Indonesia:

1 PKR = 129 Indonesian Rupiah

Both nature and culture are major components of Indonesian tourism. The natural heritage can boast a unique combination of a tropical climate, a vast archipelago of 17,508 islands, 6,000 of them being inhabited, the third longest shoreline in the world (54,716 km) after Canada and the European Union.

It is the worlds largest and most populous country situated only on islands. The beaches in Bali, diving sites in Bunaken, Mount Bromo in East Java, Lake Toba and various national parks in Sumatra are just a few examples of popular scenic destinations.

3. Colombia:

1 PKR = 28 Colombian Peso

Colombia has major attractions as a tourist destination, such as Cartagena and its historic surroundings, which are on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The coffee region is also a very popular destination, especially the city of Armenia and its surroundings.

Fairly recently, Bogotá, the nation’s capital, has become Colombia’s major tourist destination because of its improved museums and entertainment facilities and its major urban renovations, including the rehabilitation of public areas, the development of parks, and the creation of an extensive network of cycling routes. With its very rich and varied geography, which includes the Amazon and Andean regions, the llanos, the Caribbean and Pacific coasts, and the deserts of La Guajira, and its unique biodiversity, Colombia also has major potential for ecotourism.

4. Iceland:

1 PKR = 1.10 Icelandic Krona

Iceland is well known for its untouched nature and unique atmosphere. Iceland receives the highest number of tourists during summer (June–August). In 2014, around 42% of visitors arrived in Iceland during its summer months.

5. Hungary:

1 PKR = 2..48 Hungarian forint

Most tourists arrive by car and stay for a short period of time. Hungary’s tourist season is from April through October. July and August are the best tourist months. Budapest is the country’s most popular tourist destination.

Attractions in the city include Buda Castle which houses several museums including the Hungarian National Gallery, the Matthias Church, the Parliament Building and the City Park. The city has many museums, three opera houses, and thermal baths. Buda Castle, the Danube River embankments and the whole of Andrássy Avenue have been recognized as an UNESCO World Heritage Site.

6. Chile:

1 PKR = 6.00 Chilean Peso

The main Chilean attractions correspond to its coast of 6435 km long, the Andes with its ski resorts, mountains and volcanoes, islands and archipelagos. Easter Island is one of the Chilean main attractions, and landscapes venues integrated by 14 natural monuments, 36 National Parks, 10 biosphere reserves, 52 natural reserves, 39 sanctuaries of Nature and 12 Ramsar sites; mainly off the extreme parts of the country.

Among the souvenirs of Chile, include the wines, work on copper and wood, textiles and crafts in general.

7. Kazakhstan:

1 PKR = 3.19 Kazakhstani Tenge

Tourism in Kazakhstan refers to tourism in Central Asian country Kazakhstan. Kazakhstan is 9th largest country by area in the world and largest landlocked country.

There are 4 World Heritage Sites in Kazakhstan recognised by the UNESCO. Three of them are cultural while one is natural. Additionally there are 13 more sites on tentative list of UNESCO. 4 world heritage sites includes, Mausoleum of Khoja Ahmed Yasawi, Petroglyphs within the Archaeological Landscape of Tamgaly, Silk Roads: the Routes Network of Chang’an-Tianshan Corridor and Saryarka – Steppe and Lakes of Northern Kazakhstan.