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11 Countries Where The U.S. Dollar Is Stronger And Goes Further

By Rachel George

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Saving money while on vacation means knowing where to go, especially when traveling outside of the United States. The currency exchange tends to differ depending on the country, which can affect how much money you spend.

 

The U.S. dollar is worth 28.39 percent more this year than recent years, but due to the unpredictable acts of politics, the U.S. dollar’s worth has been in question.

 

As a result of the uptick, however, travelers will get more bang for their buck in other parts of the world. Although these places are thousands of miles away and airfare is not cheap, the experiences are definitely worth it.

 

Here are 11 places where your dollar is stronger and goes further.

 

Indonesia

1 USD = 13511.50 IDR


 

Colombia

1 USD = 2843.93 COP

 

Kazakhstan

1 USD = 357.15 KTZ

 

Sri Lanka

1 USD = 168.68 LKR

 

Nepal

1 USD = 116.22 NP

 

Argentina

1 USD = 19.52 ARS

 

Mexico

1 USD = 18.52 MXN

 

Hong Kong

1 USD = 7.81 HKD

 

Trinidad and Tobago

1 USD = 6.74 TTD

 

Denmark

1 USD = 6.34 DKK

 

Turkey

1 USD = 6.18 TRY

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