As more people from the United States and Canada come to realize the amazing travel bargains and opportunities all over Asia, more of us are going. One of the challenges is that it’s such a huge part of the world and there are so many very different options. Especially if you plan on visiting more than one country, it can be confusing where to start and where to end.
The good news is that most of the flights from the US and Canada are probably cheaper than you’d guess, at least as long as you know about typical international airfares. Even though part of Asia (India, specifically) is literally on the opposite side of the world from the US and Canada, fares are often cheaper than much shorter flights to Europe.
We decided to run tests to see which cities are the cheapest for round-trip flights starting in the United States, and the results are below. Click to read more