Scale of one to ten…. how much do you love to travel? If you immediately said ten then you are a full-blown travel fanatic. There is nothing wrong with that. Especially since there are so many incredible places to see in the world. Particularly in Indonesia! Each city has its own unique history and personality. Indonesia is a wonder thanks to its strong ties to its Javanese history. Planning to visit? Dreaming of the striking scenery? You are not alone. Unfortunately travelling can be pretty expensive. Not to worry. This guide will help you come up with a realistic travel budget for your getaway.
Figure Out What You Feel Comfortable Spending. Okay, first thing first. It is time to come up with your overall travel budget. It is important to do this before you start looking into the attractions and airfare (and before you book a room at the beautiful hotel puri asri magelang on Traveloka.com). Why? This will help you avoid spending more than you feel comfortable spending. If you have a travel fund saved up? Take a look now. See how much you have saved. Otherwise, look critically at your finances. How much are you willing to spend on your trip? What can you realistically afford? Knowing what you have to spend will help you make smarter choices for your Indonesia trip.
Do Plenty Of Research To Understand What You Can Expect. It can be a little unnerving to travel somewhere completely new. You do not know quite what to expect from your time there. Or how much everything will cost. Different areas have different price ranges. This is true of attractions, museums, restaurants, shops, and so on. So what you spend in Indonesia could vary dramatically to what you would spend if you were somewhere else in Indonesia. What should you do? Look online, read traveller reviews (of both attractions and restaurants), and check out travel guides. Essentially you want to find out what the average prices are in the area. This will help you come up with a realistic and achievable travel budget.
Give Your Budget a Little Bit Of Wiggle Room. By now you should have a pretty good idea of your travel budget. What you have to spend as well as the average prices in the area. What comes next? Leaving yourself just a little bit of wiggle room. Allow for an extra hundred to two hundred dollars in your budget. (You can do that by saving money on your airfare, finding great deals, and following budget friendly travel tips.) This will come in handy. Guaranteed! You might want to splurge on a nice dinner, pick up a special souvenir for someone back home, or visit an attraction you didn’t plan on seeing. This extra money will also prevent you from feeling stressed. Sometimes unexpected travel costs happen. That extra cash will make sure your trip feels totally stress free.