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7 Best Countries to Visit in Asia in September

Every year, Asia
welcomes millions of tourists to its beautiful destination cities
across the continent. With so many popular travel locations, tourists
visiting countries in Asia must compete with each other for lodging,
attractions and sheer breathing room. This tends to increase during
the hotter months of the year. But there is a trick to bypassing tons
of fellow tourists, and still being able to experience the beauty and
wonder of Asia: visit during September. Much traveling has decreased
during the fall months, making it a great time to visit with less
tourists and cheaper rates. Though September may be rainy season in
Asia, there are several countries that have great weather during the
fall. Check out these 7 best cities and countries to visit in Asia in

Kuala Lumpur,

You can expect
pretty hot weather during September in this Malaysian city, with
mostly clear skies. There is a wonderful selection of cuisine in
Kuala Lumpur, likely due to the diverse culture it boasts. This city
is modern and beautiful for a fraction of the cost of other
comparable Asian cities.

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia | 7 Best Countries to Visit in Asia in September | Her Beauty

Malé, Maldives

Even though this
city is still sees rain during September, Malé travelers can expect
a beautiful payoff. The Maldives typical receive a few afternoon
showers for a half hour, followed by gorgeous sunsets daily. The
Maldives are the water villa capital of the world, with pretty
reasonable rates to spend your vacation in paradise.

Malé, Maldives | 7 Best Countries to Visit in Asia in September | Her Beauty

Delhi/New Delhi,

By mid-September,
Delhi, India has started to dry up from its rainy months, making this
month a perfect time to visit. This city is packed to the brim with
exciting attractions, such as the iconic Taj Mahal.


Delhi/New Delhi, India | 7 Best Countries to Visit in Asia in September | Her Beauty

Nha Trang,

Although this city
may still have a few scattered showers, Nha Trang is definitely
drying out by mid-September. It is known as one of the cheapest beach
cities in all of Asia, with rates as low as $20 per couple for 3-star
hotels. There aren’t many attractions in this city, but the coastal
views, beautiful sand and cheap rates are enough to make this
destination worth the trip.

Nha Trang, Vietnam | 7 Best Countries to Visit in Asia in September | Her Beauty


A city-state off the
coast of south Malaysia, the island of Singapore is hot and humid
year around, and may still experience a bit of rain in September. But
fear not, because Singapore is well-prepared and designed to shelter
its tourists from rain and humidity. The highlight and cheapest
attraction of Singapore is the cuisine, which is overwhelmingly
delicious and surprisingly inexpensive.

Singapore | 7 Best Countries to Visit in Asia in September | Her Beauty

Seoul, South

You may still
experience a few showers, but Seoul is a wonderful destination for
late September. This vast city is a popular place for tourists, and
is full of wonderful views and attractions. Visitors to Seoul can
expect to see a beautiful clash of modern architecture and ancient
Buddhist temples.

Seoul, South Korea | 7 Best Countries to Visit in Asia in September | Her Beauty

Beijing, China

Beijing dries up pretty nicely in September, after hot and stormy summers. This city is reasonably priced, and can be enjoyed on a pretty tight budget. There are several great attractions to be seen here, including many culturally significant sites: National Museum of China, Tiananmen Square, and ancient imperial palaces.

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