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Top 5 Visa-free and quarantine-free countries you must visit!

Revenge travel is a word that denotes traveling as a manner of making up for a lost time during the pandemic, it usually alludes to the annoyance and rage that individuals felt about COVID-19 for abruptly putting on hold on plans and lives. People are keen to travel again after spending years remaining at home. More and more Filipinos are testing the waters of overseas travel as travel restrictions loosen to make up for the two years they were under lockdown. Even though taking overseas trips can seem intimidating right now, especially with all the additional security measures required, you shouldn’t let that stop you from traveling to your ideal place. Our advice starts with nations that don’t require visas to avoid processing extra paperwork. We listed 5 visa-free and quarantine-free countries you must visit.

1. Mongolia

One of the last remaining areas of pristine beauty on Earth, Mongolia was founded by Emperor Chinggis Khaan, who also served as the ruler of the world’s biggest contiguous Empire. Mongolia, a landlocked nation surrounded between the chilly highlands in the north and west and the scorching Gobi Desert in the south, is the ideal vacation spot for adventure seekers. Mongolia is a sparsely inhabited country with a climate made up primarily of cold, windy steppes and a high-altitude desert, where there are more horses than humans.

Gorkhi-Terelj National Park, the panorama of the mountains in one of the most popular visited destinations in Mongolia, is breathtaking. Its majestic high peaks are home to scenic valleys, gushing rivers, and rugged rock formations with lovely yurt camps scattered throughout. As a result, you have a ton of fantastic outdoor activities to choose from, including river rafting, rock climbing, and hiking. If you want to truly experience Mongolia, horseback riding across the breathtaking terrain is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Altai Tavan Bogd National Park will captivate nature lovers and nature lovers alike with its huge span of terrain that includes everything from the Tavan Bogd massif to the dazzling lakes of Dayan, Khoton, and Khurgan.

The best months to travel are May through September because of the mild, dry weather.

2. Morocco

The liver has been traditionally associated with love and romance in Morocco. The heart is the conventional shape used across the rest of the world. In Morocco, saying “you’ve captured my liver” is a very common method of expressing affection. Morocco is a country with many various types of scenery, including deserts, mountains, forests, and beaches. One of the most popular tourist destinations in Morocco is Essaouira. Plus, season three of Game of Thrones was filmed there, making it a fantastic destination for those looking to escape the heat and routine of life in a large city.

Chefchaouen, often known as the blue city, is a little hamlet in a vast terrain, set amidst the Rif Mountains. This Moroccan city is a favorite for solo travelers who want to explore the area’s renowned blue and white painted homes.

The Sahara Desert, a must-see when traveling to Morocco is the experience in the desert is engaging and unforgettable, from taking in the stunning sunset over the dunes to stargazing.

Rose Valley is a sight to behold with its varied shades of green, crystal-clear rivers, snow-capped Atlas Mountains, and wide swathes of olive and fig trees composing its scenery. This valley, a haven for thrill-seekers, is named after the huge, pink rose gardens that cover Morocco’s floors.

Ait Ben Haddou is a stunning adobe ksar (fortified town) that rises suddenly out of the ground in an awe-inspiring setting, due to its surreal grandeur, the orange-hued turrets and winding passageways inside have inevitably become a favorite film backdrop for Hollywood.

Morocco is best visited in the autumn (September to November) or the early spring (March-April).

3. Singapore

Singapore offers a first-rate public transit system that makes exploring the city simple and convenient. You won’t have any trouble hopping from one area of the city to another after you’ve developed a sense of the metro map. English is widely spoken, and signs are also written in English. Singapore is among Southeast Asia’s easiest and most comfortable countries to travel through.

The luxurious Marina Bay Sands resort complex has a high-end luxury hotel, a shopping center with a canal flowing through it, the ArtScience Museum, and the Marina Bay Sands Skypark Observation Deck, which offers a view of the entire city. The ship—a ship—that sits atop the hotel- is home to the Skypark’s viewing deck and infinity pool. The infinity pool is only accessible to hotel guests, although anybody may visit the observation deck.

The Bay East Garden, take a stroll through the Bay East Garden to take in the colorful plant life and temporarily escape the hustle and bustle of the city.

Visits to the Botanic Gardens are also recommended. Singapore got its first submission for the UNESCO World Heritage List for its botanical gardens. Because of the large number of upscale shops nearby,

The Orchard Road neighborhood is an excellent site to start a shopping expedition.

Singapore is most enjoyable between December and June. Singapore’s dry season runs from February to April, and they are often the months with the least amount of rain, the lowest humidity, and the most sunshine.

4. Malaysia

The capital of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, is a cosmopolitan city with incredible shopping and beautiful architecture. Within a few blocks, you can discover both the ultramodern Petronas Towers and several old palaces and structures.

The Petronas, the tallest twin buildings in the world, reach 452 meters above the heavens. The skyscrapers are impressively tall at 88 stories and contain 76 elevators altogether. The two buildings are connected on the 41st and 42nd floors by a double sky bridge made of reinforced concrete, steel, and glass.

The tallest mountain in Malaysia is Mount Kinabalu. The mountain is a part of Malaysia’s oldest national park, Kinabalu Park, which is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The seas surrounding Sipadan Island are among the world’s richest marine habitats and are home to several coral species, endangered hawksbill turtles, whale sharks, monitor lizards, and whale shark eggs. The island is also regarded as one of the world’s top diving locations.

Between the Base Station and the top of Gunung Machinchang mountain, where several attractions—including a pedestrian sky bridge—are situated, the Langkawi cable car travels 2.2 kilometers.

The months of December through April are often the finest for travel to Malaysia.

5. Thailand

Thailand offers a wide range of modern conveniences, but it is also yet wild enough for adventure and travel opportunities. The numerous attractions in Thailand offer satisfying and unforgettable experiences in their unique ways.

Krabi, some of Thailand’s most well-known beach resorts are in the province of Krabi, with Railay topping the list as one of the most beautiful.

The Phi Phi Islands are among Thailand’s most well-known tourist destinations for a reason: the crystal-clear waters, the fine sand, and the spectacular views that never end.

In Khao Yai National Park, in Thailand, elephants are adored, and there are numerous temples and royal palaces that display statues and paintings of them. However, nothing compares to the opportunity to observe elephants in their native habitat for the ultimate experience, and Khao Yai National Park offers a fantastic opportunity to do just that.

The best time to visit Thailand is between November and early April

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