Top Currencies that Make You an Instant Millionaire

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Top Currencies that Make You an Instant Millionaire

Who doesn’t want to be a multimillionaire? If you visit these nations, you will automatically become a citizen! Getting millions out of an ATM is something that almost every traveller will do at some point during their journey. I became a millionaire for the first time in Laos, when I pulled out a couple of million kips. But it’s not just in Laos that you may become a millionaire overnight! Take a look at these countries with bizarre currencies that will make you feel like Bill Gates.

Here’s our list of the 14 Currencies that Make You an Instant Millionaire

1. Iran

Currency exchange rate: 10 USD gives you 300,100 Iranian Rial

Since Iran relaxed some of its visa requirements a couple of months ago, the country has seen a significant uptick in the number of tourists visiting. Now is the perfect moment to visit and learn more about this country. In addition to the fact that Iran is rich in history, culture, and religion and is home to some of the most magnificent mosques in the world, this country is about as close to a millionaire as you can get!

What 5 USD buys you in Iran:

1 lunch in a reasonably priced establishment 1 beverage of non-alcoholic origin Beer measuring half a litre At the market, there were ten loaves of bread. 2 packs of the cigarette brand Marlboro 2 cappuccino’s 10 kilometres in a taxi

2. Vietnam

Currency exchange rate: 10 USD gives you 225,442 Vietnamese Dong

In Southeast Asia, everyone talks about the Dong. With Uncle Ho’s visage on every note and a lot of seemingly unnecessary zeros, it’s easy to recognise. Visit the country where a bottle of water costs more than a bottle of beer, and you’ll be rewarded with one of the most diverse travel experiences ever!

What 5 USD buys you in Vietnam:

3 meals at a low-cost restaurant 7 0,5 litres of craft beer from the area At the market, there were seven loaves of bread. Marlboro cigarettes, 5 packs a cappuccino and a latte In a taxi, it takes 10 kilometres.Become a backpacker millionaire in Vietnam

The Vietnamese Dong is renowned for its large number of zeros and the image of Ho Chi Minh on each note.

3. Belarus

Currency exchange rate: 10 USD will get you 178,309 Belarusian Rubles

Belarus isn’t everyone’s first option for a vacation. But maybe that’s why you should go! Minsk’s architecture is rich, diversified, and peculiar, and it will keep you busy for days. It’s got to be fun when you get almost 18.000 times your USD back.

What 5 USD buys you in Belarus:

0,5 dinner at a low-cost restaurant 3 0,5 litres of craft beer from the area At the market, there were eight loaves of bread. 3 Marlboro cigarette packs a cappuccino, a cappuccino, and a cappuccino In a taxi, it takes 10 kilometres.

4. Indonesia

Currency exchange rate: 10 USD will give you 143,837 Indonesian Rupiah

Indonesia, country of white sand beaches, palm trees, coconut palms, turquoise seas with turtles, and… millions of rupiahs!

What 5 USD buys you in Indonesia:

3 meals at a low-cost restaurant 5 loaves of bread at the market 2 0,5 litres of local beer 4 Marlboro cigarette packs a cappuccino, a cappuccino, and a cappuccino In a taxi, it takes 18 kilometres.Become a backpacker millionaire in Indonesia These 5000 Indonesian Rupiah notes won’t get you very far!

5. Laos

Currency exchange rate: 10 USD will give you 80,932 Lao Kip

Oh, Laos, how I adore you. You won’t find the laid-back vibe you’ll discover here anyplace else on the planet, and it’s shared by both tourists and residents. This was the first place where I became an instant millionaire, and dealing with Kips was amusing: perplexing because there are so many, but also because “Kip” in my own tongue translates to “chicken.”

What 5 USD buys you in Laos:

2 lunches at a low-cost restaurant 4 0,5 litres of craft beer from the area At the market, there were 2.5 loaves of bread. Marlboro cigarettes, 2,5 packs a cappuccino and a latte 4 kilometres in a taxi

6. Paraguay

Currency exchange rate: 10 USD will give you 55,578 Paraguayan Guarani

Paraguay is a country with spectacular waterfalls, towering mountains, and tens of thousands of Guarani people. Who wouldn’t like to go?

What 5 USD buys you in Paraguay:

1 supper at a low-cost restaurant 5 0,5 litres of craft beer from the area At the market, there were eight loaves of bread. 3 Marlboro cigarette packs a cappuccino, a cappuccino, and a cappuccino 6 kilometres in a taxi

7. Uganda

Currency exchange rate: 10 USD will give you 36,730 Ugandan Shilling

Personally, I am looking forward to visiting Uganda. The country’s magnificent National Parks are home to a vast array of species. Many tribes still follow traditional ways of life, and you can even stand on the Equator!

What 5 USD buys you in Uganda:

3 meals at a low-cost restaurant 5 0,5 litres of craft beer from the area At the market, there were seven loaves of bread. 3,5 Marlboro cigarette packs a cappuccino, a cappuccino, and a cappuccino 3,5 kilometres in a taxi

8. Colombia

Currency exchange rate: 10 USD will give you 30,507 Colombian Pesos

Colombia has it all: beaches, tribes, mountains, waterfalls, ancient structures, animals, and a plethora of colours.

What 5 USD buys you in Colombia:

2 lunches at a low-cost restaurant 6 0,5 litres of craft beer from the area At the market, there were 6 loaves of bread. 4 Marlboro cigarette packs a cappuccino a cappuccino a cappuccino a cap 4 kilometres in a taxiColombian Pesos

9. Madagascar

Currency exchange rate: 10 USD will get you 30,231 Malagasy Ariary

Madagascar is my dream destination: I can’t wait to visit after viewing the animated film and learning about the Baobab trees for the first time!

What 5 USD buys you in Madagascar:

3 meals at a low-cost restaurant 5 0,5 litres of craft beer from the area At the market, there were eight loaves of bread. 2 Marlboro cigarette packs 2,5 kilometres in a taxi

10. Uzbekistan

Currency exchange rate: 10 USD will get you 26,153 Uzbekistani Som

Uzbekistan is known for its desert cities such as Samarkand. The sight of the blue mosques rising out of the desert should stay with you for the rest of your life.

What 5 USD buys you in Uzbekistan:

1 lunch in a low-cost restaurant 5 0,5 litres of craft beer from the area At the market, I bought ten loaves of bread. 2 Marlboro cigarette packs 2 and a half cappuccinos 15 kilometres in a taxi

11. Tanzania

Currency exchange rate: 10 USD will get you 21,770 Tanzanian Shilling

Another African country with spectacular wildlife and indigenous tribes.

What 5 USD buys you in Tanzania:

1 lunch in a low-cost restaurant 3 0,5 litres of craft beer from the area 7 bread loaves 2 Marlboro cigarette packs a cappuccino and a latte 3 kilometres in a taxi

12. Sao Tome and Principe

Currency exchange rate: 10 USD will get you 21,670 Sao Tomean Dobra

Yes, I had to look up the location of these islands as well. I had never heard of Africa’s second-smallest country. Now that I’ve done so, I’d like to visit. Seriously, those Google images appear to be a freaking paradise! Who wants to join me in making this place a millionaire?

What 5 USD buys you in Sao Tome and Principe:

I and the internet have no idea what the pricing of items in Sao Tome and Principe are. I did find out that things cost an average of $1.56 USD in Zimbabwe, Africa’s most costly country. The cheapest country is Gambia, which will set you back an average of 0.29 USD. With an average of 0.70 USD, Sao Tome and Principe is a tad on the pricey side.

13. Mongolia

Currency exchange rate: 10 USD will get you 19,979 Mongolian Tughrik

Mongolia, how are you? I’d like to see the legendary Genghis Khan’s homeland, the Gobi Desert, the Land of Yurts, the Land of Horses, and the Land of Nomads.

What 5 USD buys you in Mongolia:

1 lunch in a low-cost restaurant 2 0,5 litres of craft beer from the area On the market, there are seven loaves of bread. 3 Marlboro cigarette packs a cappuccino and a latte In a taxi, I travelled 11 kilometres.

14. South-Korea

Currency exchange rate: 10 USD will get you 11,835 South-Korean Won

South Korea is a land of polar extremes. Massive skyscrapers near to old Buddhist monasteries, delectable cuisine, and breathtaking scenery And millions of Won to spend on K-Pop with the locals!

What 5 USD buys you in South-Korea:

1 lunch in a low-cost restaurant 2 loaves of bread from the market 2 0,5 litres of local beer 1 cigarette pack (Marlboro) 1 caffeinated beverage 5 kilometres in a taxiSouth-Korean Won currency exchange All exchange rates are current as of September 16, 2015, but are subject to change. All of the prices are based on averages. Depending on your negotiating talents and where you are in the country, you may discover cheaper or more expensive prices.


Lisa Martin

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