Follow common sense and read our guides for a safer and more enjoyable vacation; How to have a safe hotel stay, 22 Ways to stay safe and fit in with the locals and 12 Ways to stop theft during your travels2. Bhutan – Remaining quite exclusive to visitors thanks to a daily tourist charge (of around 200 USD), Bhutan is a medieval kingdom perfect to be explored at your own pace. Travelers will appreciate the chilled out Buddhist vibe whilst trekking and hiking the unspoilt countryside or simply soaking up the culture amongst the temples and villages. 1. Hong Kong – The once tiny fishing village has grown into a destination of contrasts; modern shiny skyscrapers sit alongside traditional temples; a real blend of Eastern and Western culture. Hong Kong is also incredibly safe and easy to navigate; try dim sum served from traditional trolleys, ride the trams, browse the many markets and place a bet on the horse races. There are also trekking routes to be explored, high end shops to hit and beaches and islands aplenty to escape the daily hustle and bustle.