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Personal World Travel Ranking

 
Asia 
Bangladesh  /  Brunei  /  Cambodia  /  China  /  Hong Kong  /  India  /  Indonesia  /  Kazakhstan  /  Korea  /  Kyrgyz  Laos  /  Macau  /   Malaysia  /  Mongol  /  Myanmar  /  Nepal  /  Pakistan  /  PhilippinesSingapore  /  Sri Lanka  /  Taiwan  /  Thailand  /  Uzbekistan  /  Vietnam

Middle east 
Iran  /  Iraq  /  Israel  /  Jordan  /  Kuwait  /  Lebanon  /  Oman  /  Qatar  /  Palestine  / 
  Syria  /  Turkey  /  UAE  /  Yemen

Europe
ArmeniaAustria  /  Azerbaijan  /  Belarus  /  Belgium  /  Bulgaria  /  Croatia  /  Cyprus  /  Czech  /  Finland  /  France  /  Georgia  /  Germany  /  Greece  /  Hungary  /  Iceland  /  Ireland  / Italy  /  Latvia  /  Lithuania  /  Luxembourg  / Macedonia  /  Malta  /  Moldova  /  Montenegro  /  Netherlands  /  Norway  /  Poland  /  Portugal  /  Romania  /   Russia  /  Serbia  /  Slovakia  /  Slovenia  /  Spain  /  Sweden  /  Swiss  /  UK  /  Ukraine

Africa  
Algeria  /  Benin  /  Burkina Faso  /  Burundi  /  Cameroon  /  Capo Verde  /  Djibouti  /  Egypt  /  Ethiopia  / Gambia  /  Ghana  / Guinea  /  Guinea Bissau  /  Ivory Coast  /  Lesotho  /  Liberia  /  Madagascar  /  Malawi  /  Mali  /  Mauritania  /  Mauritius  /   Morocco  /  Mozambique  /  Niger  /  Nigeria  /   Namibia  /  Rwanda  /  Senegal  /  Sierra Leone  /  South Africa  /  Swaziland  /  South Sudan  /  Tanzania  /  Togo  /  Tunisia  /  Uganda  /  Zambia  /  Zimbabwe

America
Argentina
  /  Belize  /  Brazil  / Bolivia  /  Canada  /  Chile  /  Colombia  /  Costa RicaCuba  /  Ecuador 
El Salvador  /  Guatemala  /  Guyana  /   Honduras  /  Mexico  /  Nicaragua  /  Panama  /  Paraguay  Peru  Trinidad Tobago  /  Uruguay  /  USA  /  Venezuela

Oceania
Australia
  /  Fiji  /  Kiribati  /  Marshall Islands  /  New Zealand  /  Papua New Guinea  /   Solomon Islands

  The most difficult thing for traveling on wheelchair is to find a hotel.
Please refer to my experiences.  Prices include tax. 

how to find economy hotels that wheelchair users can stay
 1.   Don't worry if there is no accessible room. OK as long as you can use bathroom and toilet.
 2.   Many economy hotels have rooms are upstairs without elevator. So look for middle class hotels.
 3.   Some economy hotels may have rooms on the ground floor. So look for those.  
 4.   Major American and French hotels are likely to be more accessible.
 5.   Public bathroom and toilet are welcome.  Because they are more spacious.  Easy to enter and use. 
 6.   Ask the taxi driver for hotel information on your way from the airport pr station because they know the area.
 7.   Arrive at the destination in the morning which will give you more time to find your hotel.
 8.   Stay in the center of town or near station. So you can walk to go sightseeing. Location is more important than price.
 9.   Make baggage small as possible. Sometimes you must walk long hours to find a hotel.
 10.   Get a discount when you stay longer.   ex: 25 $ 3 night = 75 $  >>>  70 $

 
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