Here is a thought: If you visit one amazing country which borders another interesting nation then why not club the two together, especially if they offer different experiences. Two at the price of one (almost). It makes sense whichever way you look at it financially, time wise and convenience. These are ten countries across Asia and Europe which should be clubbed together for a wholesome travel experience.
Vietnam and Cambodia
It costs only US $10 (600 rupees) for an air conditioned bus to get from Vietnam to Cambodia.
The street food of Vietnam is nothing short of amazing. Sit on a plastic stool and enjoy noodle soup, bun ca and fresh sea food ~McKay Savage
You can't come all the way to Vietnam and not make a stop at the Unesco world heritage site, Angkor Wat, in Cambodia ~Chi King
Turkey and Greece
A large section of both Greece and Turkey coastlines front the Aegean Sea. There are regular ferries to and from.
Istanbul has it all: 2,500 years of history, culture, traditions and breathtaking views.
After soaking the Turkish culture visit Greece for beautiful islands, breath taking beaches and snow covered mountains.
Singapore and Malaysia
There are 25 flights everyday connecting Singapore to Kualalampur. One way fare from Air Asia, Jetstar and Tiger airways can be as low as 30$.
This burgeoning island nation is safe, clean, green and efficient. The majority of people speak English and the mega malls on Orchard Road are every shoppers haven.
After shopping in Singapore, enjoy the fresh air and water sport at the Sipadan Island- one of the top diving spots in the world ~AzmanJumat
Thailand and Myanmar
Four Thai-Myanmar border posts are now officially open to foreigners for through travel: Mae Sot, Mae Sai, Phunaron and Ranon.
Bangkok comes alive at night with all night backpacker parties on Khao San road as well as the posh clubs like liek Thong Loredca ~ yeowatzup
Myanmar is today what Thailand was 25 years ago before Leonardo DiCaprio shot the Beach. It is of the beaten track, affordable and friendly.
Dubai and Oman
The four-five hour drive between these two destinations is excellent. Also, there are cheap flights from Dubai to Muscat like Emirates and Etihad.
One of the world's fastest growing cities, it is full of consumerist luxury, posh hotels, lavish restaurants and shopping places.
After spending time in Dubai's sky scrappers, experience the spectacular landscapes of Oman and its cultural traditions which remain remarkably undiluted. It is the one place in Gulf to experience traditional Arabia.
Have you travelled to these countries together? Please share your comments below.