Certain Southeast Asian countries are affordable travel destinations because the low cost of living makes lodgings and food affordable. One place to check out is Cambodia.
"Make sure to visit the Unesco World Heritage site of Angkor Wat at sunrise," says Travelocity's Scott. The three-day admission fee is $62 (as of 2016).
She recommends the four-star Prince D'angkor Hotel & Spa, which has prices as low as $100 or less per night. It's also ideally placed for the tourists who want to visit Angkor Wat and the markets and restaurants of Siem Reap. The hotel is highly rated on sites such as TripAdvisor.