A view of Singapore skyline from Marina Bay Sands.
The new report from the Post Office reveals all...
A holiday to far-flung shores might seem extravagant when Christmas is fast approaching but a new list revealing the top 10 low-cost long-haul destinations might ease the pain. In fact, when totting up your overall costs, some of these places may well be cheaper than a week's break in Europe.
Some places that will definitely require a healthy bank balance are Malaysia - which has seen a 40% price increase - and South Korea, which was the most expensive of five new destinations surveyed by the Post Office in the annual report.
If you're desperate for a winter sun break (it's so much more fun than popping vitamin D pills), this is your go-to guide. And, don't forget to tell us your suggestions - we'd love to hear your thoughts on Facebook.
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The problem about going away at Xmas is the rip off hotel and flight prices .
Having said that its worth getting away from all thats bad in the UK at Xmas
Its too commercialised , the tv gets worse and the weather is grim
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To be called a fool by someone who dosnt know me is laughable i did not ask to go to costa del sol it was paid for as my partners family took me as i needed a break.
it wasn't nice it was tacky but spain doesn't appeal to me full stop
and when i was in cancun i spent a week up in the mountains where all the poorest people of the town live in metal huts i cooked for them i helped out with there children and gave them money to try to improve there life a little bit yes granted it wasn't enough but it was the best i could do so before you comment on someone's post try and engage brain before gob
These are all trouble spots or ex trouble spots! ...No thanks ill stick to europe thank you!