Asia: A Nice Cheap Place To Visit

From India to Korea and Indonesia, exchange rates favor those with dollars to spend

If there's anything good to come out of Asia's turmoil, it's that vacations have gotten inexpensive. Airlines have slashed fares, and food and shopping cost far less in countries whose currencies have depreciated. "I've been in the business for 20 years, and I've never seen anything like the big bargains this year," says Sandia Kwan at Plan Travel Ltd. in Hong Kong.

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