Countries Indian citizens can travel without a visa.
The land of Thunder Dragon and Buddist culture that nestles in the great Himalayas receives a heavy rush of tourists throughout the year from all over the world especially from nearby countries like India, China, and Tibet. Some of the must-see monasteries include Punakha Dzong in Punakha & Khuruthang, Taktshang Goemba, Trashi Chho Dzong, Thimphu. There are no visa requirements for Indians. The only documents you need to carry is your passport and any other identification cards issued by the government.
Mount Everest has made Nepal one the most visited places by trekkers, and mountaineers around the world. Other must-see places in Kathmandu include the Durbar Square, the Royal palace – Narayanhity, the Pashupatinath Temple. Nepal offers visa-free travel to Indian citizens.
Known as the Las Vegas of the East, it has one of the biggest casinos in the world. Macau is also famous for the largest man-made fountain, Cybernetic Fountain. Fisherman’s Wharf theme park consists of the largest assortment of shops that allows tourists to shop along with entertainment. Indian passport holders are allowed to stay not more than 30 days in the country without a visa.
Known to be the precious jewel of the Caribbean and home of famous Bob Marley - a pioneer of reggae music, Jamaica provides a wide range of attractions and engaging activities. You can find no place on earth with such a breathtaking landscape and the exotic jungle. Indian citizens can visit and stay up to 30 days without a visa.
Capital: Male Maldives - the slice of paradise on the Indian Ocean, is also a popular honeymoon destination. The Maldives offer visa-free visits for 90 days for Indian citizens.
6. Hong Kong
Capital: Victoria city
The Stanley, Star Ferry, Victoria Harbour, Victoria Peak, Disney World are some of the popular spots among tourists. Indians can visit Hong Kong and stay up to 14 days without a visa. They just need to get online preregistration done that is valid for six months.
Bali is the popular destination of Indonesia. The country is located in Southeast Asia which can be visited by Indian tourists without a visa and stay up to 30 days. The untouched islands of Lombok to the Komodo Islands come under the Indonesian archipelago.