Which of these places have the best and worst travelers?
Honolulu is no stranger to poor travelers, and many locals have a bad reputation for making poor travelers uncomfortable.
Here are some of the best places to be poor travelers in Indonesia, according to the Traveling Poor: Binobacarang (Malaya) – No. 1 in Indonesia’s Worst Towns for Poor Travelers, according the Travelers’ Database.
The area has been described as “the city with the worst homeless people in the world.”
But it has also been described by Lonely Planet as “one of the most livable cities in the country.”
Kuala Lumpur – No one really knows what makes this Malaysian city such a good place to be a poor traveler.
But according to Lonely Planet, it’s the best place in the region for a poor person to “live comfortably and work hard, even if it’s just in a one-room shack.”
Malaysia’s poor traveler status is especially noticeable among young Malaysians who make up a disproportionate share of the population.
Dakulun (Malaysian Sulawesi) – A city of about 50,000 people, it is one of the biggest tourist attractions in Southeast Asia.
The population is about 12 million, but there are around 5 million poor people.
Kamikku (Malay Sulaweens) – The only way to go to this town is by train, so it’s a relatively easy city to visit if you’re traveling by bus or plane.
It’s also home to one of Indonesia’s oldest and most famous temples, which is why it’s ranked in the top 10 of Lonely Planet’s worst cities for poor travelers.
Pangasinans (Indonesia) – Poor travelers tend to be from poorer ethnic groups, such as the Chinese, Koreans and Vietnamese.
But it’s not unusual to see poor Malaysians in Pangasinas, as well as Indonesians from other ethnic groups.
Hanguk (Kanagawa Prefecture) – If you’re looking for a good-paying job, this area is the place to go.
The region has a large Chinese population, but the area is still mostly rural and has low unemployment.
Malay-Malaysians are an ethnic group that makes up about 6 percent of the country’s population, making it the most impoverished ethnic group in the nation.
The majority of the people are poor, and some have no money at all.
Bukit Bintang (Bangladesh) – This is one Indonesian city that is known as the “city with the best beggars.”
The poor often live on the streets of the city, begging to be fed, clothed or given clothes.
They are often referred to as “charity beggars,” which is a term that’s used to describe people who are willing to go into debt in exchange for charity.
Bangladeshi poor travelers have a reputation for being rude, which they don’t often admit, and they have been known to attack locals with knives and other weapons.
Cairo (Egypt) – One of the poorest places in the Middle East, Cairo has a population of about 10 million people, making Cairo the country with the second-lowest rate of unemployment in the Muslim world.
But it’s also a city of great culture and art.
Cairo’s famous pyramids are located on the Nile River, making this a great place to visit.
Azerbaijan (Russia) – According to Lonely World, Azerbaijan is “a thriving country, with a thriving tourism industry and a large Muslim population.”
Its poor travelers are mostly people who have been in the city for less than two years.
Rijeka (Kenya) – It’s the most famous destination in Kenya for poor people, and one of its poorest areas.
According to the Lonely Planet rankings, it has the third-lowth-best unemployment rate in the whole of Africa.
Nepal – Nepalese poor travelers can be found in the Himalayas and in the Amazon.
According the Lonely World rankings, there are a few places in Nepal where you can expect to find poor travelers — including Kachina, which sits in the foothills of the Himalayan Mountains.
Peru – Peruvians are a poor ethnic group and the most common nationality of poor travelers here.
They have an abundance of poor people in Lima, which has been rated by Lonely World as one of “the most livably livable countries in the Asia-Pacific region.”
China – This country is one among the countries with the most poor travelers and it’s home to the largest number of poor Chinese people in Asia.
China’s poor travelers come from all over the country and are known to harass locals and the government, causing trouble.
Kuwait – Kuwait has the second highest number of people living in poverty in the Arab world. In 2016