What are the most fun, exciting countries in the world? Insider Monkey has recently published an interesting article about it giving you some useful tips. There are several good reasons for traveling around the world. Meeting new cultures expands your knowledge and makes you more open-minded and acceptable of differences, and more tolerant, too. Secondly, it helps you become more independent. Whether you are a traveler or a tourist, there are situations when you’ll be left on your own to find your way. Sometimes that implies trying to talk in sign language since the locals don’t understand a word of what you’re saying. To summarize, each trip is a great opportunity to have fun and explore new countries or cities.
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three of the most fun, exciting countries in the world from their list.
We all know Tokyo is all about fun, popular culture, and anime, but Japan is also world famous for being a country full of workaholics. No wonder they are this low in our ranking. On the other hand, when they have fun, no one can match them. After all, karaoke is the most popular here, right? Japan is one of the most exciting countries in Asia. We’re not so sure whether this is a country with the best sense of humor, but it’s worth visiting. Even if you don’t get Monty Python jokes or Mr. Bean’s movies, the UK will make your trip memorable. You’ve all seen what fun the Brits have outside their borders? They seem like quite an amusing bunch, don’t they? Go ahead and visit them on their island. At number 3 on our list of most fun, exciting countries in the world we have Switzerland, that isn’t just about the cheese and yodeling. Its citizens are very much pleased with their lives, and they rank just below Brazil compared to how much fun they have. Perhaps the Alps have got a lot to do with it. Isn’t that a heaven for snowboarders?
For any further useful information, read Insider Monkey’s article about 15 most fun, exciting countries in the world.