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Countries With Visa On Arrival For Indians In Asia || Asia Travel

 From my experience and talks with my friends and travellers, I have concluded one thing for sure: Indians want to skip the visa process and are happy to visit the countries where visa on arrival facility for Indians is available. Money hardly matters in such cases, visa on arrival for Indians is all they would like to hear. In this post, on the same track, I will present you top five countries that are known for tourism and provides visa on arrival for Indians in Asia.





Thailand

A country known for its party culture and beaches, Indians are lucky to have visa on arrival in Thailand. There are no prior preparations needed, you can just book your tickets and reach the airport with your passport. The visa will be stamped in Thailand and for Indians as of writing this post, is free of cost. Some websites would list the price as 1000 baht or 2000 baht but I have travelled there and it is absolutely free for Indians. 







Bhutan

The world's happiest country, Bhutan, provides visa on arrival for Indians and is one of the best places to visit if you want some peace and extremely attractive natural beauty in your life. Bhutan immigration office demands Adhaar card or passport too sometimes so you can keep them handy. Although there are no preparations required, you can visit the immigration office directly. Remember that you cannot travel as a solo male in Bhutan although there are no such restrictions for ladies.






Vietnam

Another exotic destination for nature lovers is Vietnam in South-east Asia. Vietnam provides visa on arrival for Indians but they demand online approval from the booking agency prior to coming to India. Prices are sporadic and whatever I write here might not be correct. You can visit Vietnam tourism official website to know more about the prices for the Visa. 






Maldives

The Maldives has always been a showy place with literally a lot of celebrities posting their photos of Maldives every now and then. The Maldives has become one of the most preferred places to visit for Indians especially couples. Moreover, the best thing is, the Maldives provides visa on arrival for Indians which skips the hectic process altogether. You can visit the Maldives directly with passport and tickets, the Maldives provides free of cost visa for Indians for 30 days.






Cambodia

Cambodia has always been on the bucket list of fellow travellers. The best thing about Cambodia is that it demands only time and tickets from us as the country offers Visa on arrival for Indians. The passport is mandatory for Indians and you can just book the tickets and demand visa at the airport. Cambodia is a great place to travel and explorers all around the world visit Cambodia around the year.




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