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How to Go on Travel without Spending a Fortune

Spectr News Theme Isny Dewi R.
22, July 2019
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For millennials, traveling has become a part of their lifestyle. In fact, for them traveling is considered more important than financial matters. Even so, millennials can still save money while traveling. Here are tips on travel on a budget quoted from Etnownews.com.

1. Use Promo
Planning traveling cost is the most important thing. If you really want to money-saving, you can start by reducing these costs. This can be done by using promos, such as flight or train ticket promos. That way, you can still save your money even if you are on travel.

2. Choose an Affordable Accommodation
Another important thing you have to do before your vacation is to find an accommodation. No need to stay in a luxury hotel that spend up to millions, you can choose to stay in a hostel, homestay, guest house, and others. Accommodation like hostel usually provides rooms with bunk bed type or dormitory room. These types of rooms are usually have cheap rates, starting from Rp 100 thousand per night. No need to worry! Even though it's cheap, they still prioritize the quality.

3. Advance Planning
A good vacation plan is arranged in advance. This is important so that you can prepare your holiday fund more mature and without making you dip into your savings. This also will save you from racking up debt or making your holidays costlier at last minute booking.

4. Prepare a List of Expenses
Although this may be off the mark, making a list of expenses remains one of the important things before go on travel. At least, with this list you have a pale in determining tourist destinations or when you want to buy souvenirs. You can also avoid waste.

5. Create a Holiday Fund
For millennials who love to travel, it's always a good idea to prepare your own holiday fund. Since this would be a short term goal, you can try parking your extra money into it such as appraisal, bonus, etc. this would fund your holidays without letting you deplete your regular savings.

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