List of countries where value of Indian rupee is high

Generally, the currency of any country in international trade is paid in US dollars. The US dollar is slightly more valuable than most other currencies. The rupee exchange rate against the dollar is around Rs.80. The currency of the United States and other countries is also higher than the rupee. That is why it costs a lot of money to travel to those countries or settle there. However, in some countries, the Indian rupee is worth more than the currency there and below listed are those countries:

  • Vietnam

Located in South Asia, Vietnam is a well-known tourist destination globally. Its beautiful beaches, culture, and delicacies attract visitors. One rupee is 305.71 Vietnamese dong here. That is ₹ 100 equivalent to 30,570.95 dongs in Vietnamese currency.

  • Indonesia

Indonesia is also part of the Asian continent, one of the most volcanic countries globally, bounding Ancient Hindu and Buddhist temples. The currency of this country is the Indonesian rupee. One Indian rupee value here is 193.01 rupees. So, for example, if we have 100, it equals 19,301.24 rupees in Indonesia.

  • Uzbekistan‌

In Central Asia, Uzbekistan adheres to the Islamic culture, and its a place o modern architecture and 17th-century structures and cultural relics. Islamic-style buildings and mosques can be seen everywhere. The currency of this country is the Uzbek som. The rupee value is 144.22 Soms. That is 100 Indian rupees us equals 4,422.17 soms in Uzbekistan.

  •  Laos

Most international conferences are held in Laos, Thailand, Vietnam, and Myanmar. Visitors come to see the most beautiful villages and waterfalls in this country. Laos Currency Laotian Kip. One rupee is equal to 140.72 Laotian kips. The value of the Indian currency ₹ 100 to Laos currency is 14,071.72.

  • Paraguay

Paraguay is described as the heart of South America. This country has a uniqueness; it has a powerful navy without a sea route. The currency of this country is the Paraguayan Guarani. The Guarani exchange rate was 92.86 against the rupee. One hundred rupees is equivalent to 9,286.03 guaranas in the national currency there.

  • Cambodia

Cambodia is an Asian country that has been preserving historical monuments. Millions of visitors visit this place every year to see the historical structures and museums. The currency of this country is the Cambodian reals. The exchange rate is 54.89 against the rupee. So if the Indian currency is ₹ 100, it equals 5,488.51 riyals in Cambodian currency.

  • Colombia

Colombia is a country in South America, located on the shores of the Caribbean and Pacific Oceans. This country is not ideal for tourism because crime is high. Especially human beings are abducted. That is why the concerned authorities warn those who travel in this country. The currency of this country is known as the Colombian peso. One rupee is worth 52.20 pesos there. So if it is 100rupees, it is equal to 5,219.61 pesos.

  • Mongolia

Mongolia’s central border with China and Russia has a rich history. This country was once the Mongol Empire. Genghis Khan established the kingdom and conquered many parts of China and Russia. Over time, China and Russia regained their territory. Now Mongolia remains a nation. The currency of this country is the Mongolian tug. Compared to the Indian currency, the rupee, the Mongolian Tigris exchange rate is 38.49. That is, 100 rupees is equivalent to 3,849 tugriks in Mongolian currency.

  •  South Korea

South Korea, one of the East Asian countries, is competing with the rest of the world. It includes trendy movies, K-pop music, fashion, technology, cosmetic surgery. The currency of this country is the South Korean van. If you look at the rupee exchange rate with a single South Korean van, one rupee equals 15.93 vans. 100 Indian rupees is equivalent to 1592.50 vans‌ in South Korean currency. The Indian rupee is valued at 10.94 against the Chilean currency, 2.72 against the Sri Lankan currency, 2.29 against the Pakistani currency, and 1.60 against the Nepalese currency.

(Edited by Garvit Bhirani)