India's Neighbouring Countries You Must Explore

Waquar Habib


Land of the Great Wall of China along with many other ancient architecture, China is a must-visit country. Travellers can enjoy the diverse landscapes of Tibet, experience the modernity of Beijing, or wander the ancient streets of Xi'an.

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Nestled in the Himalayas, Bhutan is a Buddhist haven. Explore the stunning scenery and heritage in Bhutan's capital, Thimphu, as you traverse through the land of highest Gross National Happiness.

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Sri Lanka

Travellers are destined to enjoy Sri Lanka just as much as they enjoy a Sri Lanka vs. India cricket match. It is an impressive land of stunning beaches, verdant tea plantations, and numerous ancient temples.

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Lying in the lap of the dwarfing Himalayas and a close neighbouring country to India, Nepal has the perfect terrain for adventure sports, nature exploration, and sightseeing.

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The majestic temples in Cambodia are alone enough to visit the country. Immerse yourself in its culture and beautiful beaches, all while contributing to the country's post-conflict recovery and development through responsible tourism.

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During late summers, absorb the ethereal experience of the Sea of Stars in Maldives. Enjoy its idyllic overwater bungalows, vibrant marine life, and serene island getaways.

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A close neighbour to India, Thailand is a go-to place for diverse attractions, including stunning beaches, rich cultural heritage, delectable cuisine, bustling markets, and vibrant nightlife.

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A visit to Myanmar is a must as it offers the mesmerising temples of Bagan, the unique blend of cultures, old colonial architecture, and untouched natural beauty for an authentic and enriching travel experience.

Myanmar | Depositphotos


A close neighbouring country of India, Bangladesh is a country of unique riverine landscapes, historical sites like the Sundarbans mangrove forest, and a unique blend of cultures, making it a destination off the beaten path.

Bangladesh | Depositphotos