How do you decide your travel destination?

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@youless (93173)
Guangzhou, China
October 22, 2015 3:32am CST
Now I will consider the visa at first. If it is easier to apply for a visa, then I will consider it will be my travel destination. Of course the airplane tickets is another important factor to think about. In fact I am considering where we shall go next year. Hopefully the visa will be easier at that time.
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• Thiruvananthapuram, India
22 Oct 15
Lol! like @wiLLmaH said i too look for cheaoper destination. Being a poor, i cant afford a place which costs almost 1000$ or something.
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@wiLLmaH (8236)
• Singapore, Singapore
22 Oct 15
Budget is our first factor.. haha!
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• Thiruvananthapuram, India
22 Oct 15
@wiLLmaH Lol! is that a factor? Even we can make money by having some illegal doings. I only want good money. Else i would been rich by now if i joined my friends. Being good is difficult , but being bad is simple.
@youless (93173)
• Guangzhou, China
22 Oct 15
Perhaps here the inflation is serious and many things price keep higher and higher. Compare to it, it seems traveling abroad is not so expensive. Hard to believe that an ice-cream in a fantastic department stores in Moscow is even cheaper than in my country.
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• United States
22 Oct 15
I decide by price and scenery. Practicality rules my decisions and how enjoyable it will be.
@youless (93173)
• Guangzhou, China
23 Oct 15
Americans are very lucky because they can travel to many countries without applying to the visas.
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• United States
23 Oct 15
@youless Oh..I did not know this. I can travel to UK and Republic of Ireland, Sicily, because of my heritage, live and work there no visa needed.
@srisahara (4147)
• Indonesia
22 Oct 15
Happy vacation friend...I hope you have a nice day during your vacation. Be careful...
@youless (93173)
• Guangzhou, China
23 Oct 15
There are many beautiful beaches in your country and it is quite attractive for me.
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@srisahara (4147)
• Indonesia
23 Oct 15
@youless yes, you are right there are many beautiful beaches, especially in Bali.
@dpk262006 (56473)
• Delhi, India
22 Oct 15
I have not been to any foreign country so I am not sure which is required first visa or air tickets. My little knowledge tells me that I need to buy air tickets at the first instance and thereafter, I should apply for Visa. I wish to visit Paris or US in the near future.
@youless (93173)
• Guangzhou, China
22 Oct 15
You know it is less expensive to buy airplane tickets in advance. However, usually the visa valid time is about 3 months. And sometimes I am worried to buy the airplane tickets at first but fail to apply for the visa. And it will lead to a loss because I can't refund the airplane tickets.
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@dpk262006 (56473)
• Delhi, India
23 Oct 15
@youless - Either way, there are some problems.
@wiLLmaH (8236)
• Singapore, Singapore
22 Oct 15
We have a few list, then when the budget is okay then there we will go.
@youless (93173)
• Guangzhou, China
22 Oct 15
At present applying for a visa is still complicated for us. I checked your profile and I learned you come from Singapore. Actually we just went to Singapore in July this year and we all loved it. I will go there for a travel in the future because we didn't have enough time to travel all around Singapore yet!
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@wiLLmaH (8236)
• Singapore, Singapore
22 Oct 15
@youless Glad you enjoyed your travel here :)
@Morleyhunt (20438)
• Canada
27 Oct 15
I generally choose my destination by what I can afford.
@youless (93173)
• Guangzhou, China
27 Oct 15
Budget is an important condition.
@allknowing (68882)
• India
23 Oct 15
Mine have been package tours. I have been on a US package tour, Bangkok, Singapore, Europe tour, NZ and Australia and have been to many States in my own country. Nothing like choosing - just a craving to see places.
@youless (93173)
• Guangzhou, China
23 Oct 15
That's so nice you have been to so many places.
@GardenGerty (101839)
• United States
23 Oct 15
It sounds like a lot of planning, I hope your vacation is a really rewarding experience.
@youless (93173)
• Guangzhou, China
23 Oct 15
Hopefully one day I will travel to USA because there are lots of interestings I'd like to see in your country.
@Samanthavv (1386)
• United States
22 Oct 15
Usually you don't need a visa just to go on a vacation or visit a place for a short time. We spent a month backpacking around Europe and no visas were needed, just our passports. For us, because we had friends scattered across the continent, the trip wasn't too terribly expensive. The flight was the worst part of it.
@youless (93173)
• Guangzhou, China
23 Oct 15
You are from USA and your passport is quite useful because you can travel many countries without visas. How lucky you are!
@kataomoi (706)
• Japan
22 Oct 15
I decide where to go based on how much it'll cost to travel and stay there. I also do some research to see if there's anything worth seeing there. Shopping is nice, but I wouldn't want to do that during my whole vacation. I prefer to see some tourist or historical sites when I visit places.
@youless (93173)
• Guangzhou, China
23 Oct 15
I noticed that you are from Japan. I like your country and I am planning to visit there in the near future.
@chiwasaki (4661)
• Philippines
31 Oct 15
I usually check the place that is good for the family and will fit to my budget. I also consider location, and duration of travel.