Countries you have never been to and have no interest in visiting and why. No stupid answers like Yemen or Congo please.

Countries you have never been to and have no interest in visiting and why. No stupid answers like Yemen or Congo please.

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  1. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Why would yemen and congo be stupid answers, are you some kind of pussy?

  2. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Anywhere in South America, Africa, the Middle East, India, and most of SEA.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      thailand and japan, unironically

      usa

      >and why.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      That's sad, you should set up a subscription with your airline that books tickets to Denmark twice a year for the rest of your life, you'll have a blast

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      I've been to about 70 countries, and there's absolutely nowhere I wouldn't go if given the chance. Having said that, I think I have significantly less interest in the following countries and regions than most people:
      >East Asia (China, Japan, South Koera)
      >Southeast Asia (Thailand, Vietnam, etc)
      >Scandinavia

      But I am planning to do Japan at some point, and think exploring the fjords or whatever in Scandinavia could be fun. It's just not very high-up on my to-do list. I'm more inclined to do Kenya or Nigeria before Korea, kek.

      picrel

  3. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    thailand and japan, unironically

  4. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    usa

  5. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    I have only ever heard bad things about Angola, so I think I'll pass. Hell, it seems like most Westerners who travel there do so to clean up mines and unexploded shells.

  6. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Spain. Seems dull and ugly compared to every other western Euro nation.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      That's right don't come

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        Most of Spain is shit. But there's a lot of great people.
        >Can't verdict on this

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      spain is the second best euro country are you mad

  7. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Any Scandinavian country. Seems dark and depressing with unfriendly people.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      Finland for me. Seems like the worst place on earth culturally.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      > LatAm
      wildlife interesting maybe but don’t want to deal with the people based on trip reports
      > Africa
      ditto, although actually been there, and the trip reports are not joking about the people
      > SEA
      wouldn’t handle the climate

      Scandinavia in the summertime is glorious and they’re all autistic so you don’t have to interact with them. The towns/cities and winter are nasty

      Finland for me. Seems like the worst place on earth culturally.

      Yes the culture is either we shot some Russians once or we have herded reindeer for millennia. Boreal forest is cool though (freezing right now)

      UK, Wouldn't even know what I would want to see, Scotland maybe? But Ireland scratches that itch better

      Scotland has some of the nicest nature in Europe. Wales has a few nice spots as does England. But most of it is shite. I don’t understand why London is so popular as a destination. Any soul it once had has been ripped from its chest

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        Are you Sven? How's Anna?

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      India, there is literally nothing there that I would realistically want to see + the weather sounds unbearable + the people sound unbearable.

      Copenhagen is unironically one of the best places i've ever visited in my life, normally when I come back home from a holiday there's a bit of a relief to be "back to normal" but I was just in a state of misery and grief for the entire journey back home.

  8. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Out of the popular destinations, USA.
    Big, expensive, little history and I'm already overdosed on burger culture because I'm forcefed it daily. And while nature is always fun, once again, big and expensive. The place is the size of a continent by itself, no shit there's plenty of natural parks.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      >I'm already overdosed on burger culture because I'm forcefed it daily
      I always chuckle when foreigners say things like this

  9. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    UK, Wouldn't even know what I would want to see, Scotland maybe? But Ireland scratches that itch better

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      as a scot who has been lots of places, you can find everything scotland advertises elsewhere and it can be better. the mountains, the scenery, the nature can all be found elsewhere better. new zealand for example is scotland on a bigger scale in regards to vistas. canada is better for nature. iceland and norway are better for anything natural which scotland offers.

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        But where else will you find better scran?

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        scotland is easier to access though. Grass is like mowed down by sheep for your convenience and it's neither too hot or too cold. There are no dangerous animals too, mountains don't go to high and most places can be accessed by foot, car or train without much effort. Also the right to roam exists.

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        There is something very comfy about the soft mountainous terrain in Scotland.

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        ok but all of those places are new world with no culture. Iceland and norway are just different. As I said, Ireland one ups Scotland in all aspects including history and culture

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          >As I said, Ireland one ups Scotland in all aspects including history and culture
          I've always thought the exact opposite.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      >opportunity cost i.e. nothing interesting to see compared to neighbors, rest of world
      Moldova, Belarus, Latvia, Estonia, Georgia, Armenia, South Korea
      >in their present political state
      all the *stans except Kazakh, very shaky, North Korea (would love though if I knew 100% I would be safe, which obv can't be known), Libya
      >memes
      Kosovo, BIH, MonteBlack
      >general safety
      Colombia, DRC, Nicaragua, Haiti, Liberia

      >UK
      London is nice, several times visitor, the museums are world class, Anglo heritage around the world is ubiqiutous and seeing its origins will give you a nice frame of reference for the rest of the world. Old/Medieval England is definitely that romantic place you think it is and still available to visit. Can't speak for Scotland and NI.

      https://i.imgur.com/vWAihwX.jpg

      Unironically Greece. Country is gorgeous and all but as a solo traveler, I feel like I'm not going to enjoy it. It's giving off a romantic destination vibe and I feel like a sore loser traveling through it alone.
      Also most of the islands, especially Santorini and Crete, feel sovless for some reason - just littered with overpriced resorts and beaches with dead brown landscapes. They have great old towns but something about them doesn't draw me in unlike the ones from Croatia/Italy.

      moron take. Why do you need a boyfriend to enjoy the country?

      Italy: in Canada we are force fed "la dolce bella mama mia" idea of Italy as this amazing place and normies eat it up hook line and sinker. I have spoken to numerous people i trust who have told me that they were treated like absolute dogshit in Italy and their vacation was ruined. I find the people from there to be cruel and sadistic. I dont buy the hype. Plus i believe there is something inherently evil in Italy, something dark, for so much evil energy to have escaped from it and having polluted the world.

      Brazil: Scary. I have heard you have to be very on guard at all times so youre not robbed/beaten up/raped. No thanks. Nah.

      China: gross.

      >Italy
      Why were they treated like dogshit? Always boggled by that mindset, I go to places to see & do things, rarely do I interact with 9 to 5 salary men on the bus to ask them about the best pizza in town. Has a cashier at a tourist site refused to accept their Canadian money and that started an argument?

      Yuck it.up, pal. Wonder if youll be singing a different.tune when u go to italy and a gang.of.people casually sternly mock you for failing to speak their language properly even tho u try

      >even tho u try
      You can't even speak proper English, mate. When I was in Italy I didn't waste anyone's time asking "une latte con leche por favor" and then stare like a moron waiting for the butcher's response.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        >would love though if I knew 100% I would be safe, which obv can't be known
        You're moronic if you think North Korea is anything but 100% safe, because the only way ANYTHING would happen to you as a tourist is if you were, again, genuinely moronic, like Otto Warmbier (who deserved to die).

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          I was born in a communist country. I have a feeling I know how they function a tiny bit better than you, bud. It's fine if a totalitarian regime spergs off and wants to rough up some moron like Otto, I wouldn't expect any less of a communist/islamist/christian fundie (which thankfully doesn't exist) regime, but they overdid it and failed to provide even basic recovery conditions. He didn't die purposefully, but out of simple negligence. You live in a free, secular country and feel confident in giving advice on opinions on a topic you're woefully underprepared. Examine your life and think why you do this.

  10. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    India
    because I deal with enough pajeets at my work already

  11. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    I would say the UAE as there is nothing historically or culturally significant there besides vapid malls and hotels for new money yuppies. Unfortunately its one of my common stops on my way to somewhere more interesting.

  12. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    I don’t see the appeal of “tropical countries, quite frankly.” This could be because I already live in Florida, I’m white, and I’m not a boomer though.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      Frick I put the end quotes in the wrong spot.
      You all know what I mean though

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      I think it's mostly beaches and expensive resorts. Florida beaches are great but most of them are pretty busy most of the time. People go tropical for warm weather and swimming in the ocean. And yeah a vacation to warm weather has more appeal for people living in Boston than Orlando.

      >opportunity cost i.e. nothing interesting to see compared to neighbors, rest of world
      Moldova, Belarus, Latvia, Estonia, Georgia, Armenia, South Korea
      >in their present political state
      all the *stans except Kazakh, very shaky, North Korea (would love though if I knew 100% I would be safe, which obv can't be known), Libya
      >memes
      Kosovo, BIH, MonteBlack
      >general safety
      Colombia, DRC, Nicaragua, Haiti, Liberia

      >UK
      London is nice, several times visitor, the museums are world class, Anglo heritage around the world is ubiqiutous and seeing its origins will give you a nice frame of reference for the rest of the world. Old/Medieval England is definitely that romantic place you think it is and still available to visit. Can't speak for Scotland and NI.
      [...]
      moron take. Why do you need a boyfriend to enjoy the country?
      [...]
      >Italy
      Why were they treated like dogshit? Always boggled by that mindset, I go to places to see & do things, rarely do I interact with 9 to 5 salary men on the bus to ask them about the best pizza in town. Has a cashier at a tourist site refused to accept their Canadian money and that started an argument?
      [...]
      >even tho u try
      You can't even speak proper English, mate. When I was in Italy I didn't waste anyone's time asking "une latte con leche por favor" and then stare like a moron waiting for the butcher's response.

      >in their present political state
      Personally this doesn't factor in much to whether I have "interest" in visiting. If I can say "I am interested to visit X except there's a dangerous political situation at the moment" then that counts as interested.

  13. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'm one of those homosexuals who actually wants to "viSiT eVeRy cOuNtRy in le wOrLd." By that virtue, there are exactly zero countries that I have no interest in visiting. The only countries that I wouldn't go to are the ones that I'm unable to go to.

  14. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Israel. They are racist.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      I would like to visit Israel for the heritage and history. But not for the shitty people that live there and I would not want to give them any money although I'm forced to by proxy by living in a western country. Israelis literally have a custom of spitting on Christians in Jerusalem. They hate everyone.

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        >I would like to visit Israel for the heritage and history. But not for the shitty people that live there
        I too would really like to visit Israel for the history. And while I’m nowhere near as anti-Israel as the SighSee average, and have known a lot of cool Israelis, I also don’t want to prop up any of its shittier governments. So I won’t be heading that way anytime soon.

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        you too can be the change you want to see in the world and kill some israelis
        that should be a national pastime for all non-israelis

  15. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    I won’t mind if I never make it to Australia, because I don’t care that much about natural beauty, and travel mostly for items of cultural and historical interest. I like Australians just fine as people, but the place has all the culture of Orange County, California. Not worth flying twelve hours for.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Australia
      Not that much of a culture here anyways and nothing of real historical interest outside of prehistoric caveman paintings
      It's good for long road trips if that's your thing

  16. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Denmark, Norway and Sweden. I met those things in the Mediterranean places as tourists, they are soulless human beings. While the women are really hot it's just not worth it enduring their soul crushing presence. At least finns are some funny looking troll people you can tolerate.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      But they are the happiest people on the planet though????? Don't you want to learn their sekrets?

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        Finland is number 1, and Israel is number 4 in that list btw. above sweden and norway. I'll learn the sekeretes from them.

        • 4 months ago
          Anonymous

          >israel
          >happy
          lol how can a non-existent "country" be happy? damn lizards

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Sweden

      This is the correct answer. People that have no laughter in their culture. No interesting food. Nothing to see in their dismal country where everyone just leeches off welfare and the everyman dream is to make it to Friday at 4pm to rush to an overpriced liquor store so you can get wasted and numb yourself from your miserable existence.

  17. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    South Korea, seems like a more boring version of Japan

  18. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    canada, south africa, mexico, the caribbean, australia.

  19. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Unironically Greece. Country is gorgeous and all but as a solo traveler, I feel like I'm not going to enjoy it. It's giving off a romantic destination vibe and I feel like a sore loser traveling through it alone.
    Also most of the islands, especially Santorini and Crete, feel sovless for some reason - just littered with overpriced resorts and beaches with dead brown landscapes. They have great old towns but something about them doesn't draw me in unlike the ones from Croatia/Italy.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      I traveled solo to Greece and enjoyed it, the Peloponnese in particular is great if you like a massive variety of historical sites. You are right about Santorini though, wouldn't recommend it solo

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        The Peloponnese, along with the Ionian islands and Northern Greece, are the only places that draw me in. Definitely looks kino.

        Eh, I don't think Greece is particularly romantic, really. Lots of mountains, vistas and ruins, but that really depends on how you interpret them. Maybe if you gaze into the sunset from the Temple of Poseidon on a cliff, sure. But there's frick all romantic about Mycenae or Epidauros. Athenes is also a grade A shithole and likely your first point of contact with the country, which will cure you of any romantic notions quickly.
        Santorini is a massive overpacked tourist trap but Crete is actually very comfy and laid-back, especially if you just get a car and drive around. Just stay out of the resorts, the island is big enough that you could not see a single tourist for a day if you so desire.

        100% true, Athens is Europe's Detroit. Crete is the most interesting and best part of Greece.

        Truly, Athens has no appeal at all. Even its centerpiece, the Acropolis, looks like garbage & visiting it feels like a waste of time but my 'tick it on my bucketlist' impulse will definitely say otherwise.
        Can you guys redpill me on Crete? So far I'm not sold. All I see are tourist towns, beaches, and the typical brown Mediterranean landscape which I loathe. Not being around tourists is extremely based though, I'm guessing there are countless of beaches to experience this.

        • 4 months ago
          Anonymous

          It's a huge island. In the summer it is filled to the brim with German boomers. Shoulder season is the best time to go. The White Mountains are awesome for renting a car and driving around. Sougia Gorge is also incredible. It's not just brown hills, the mountains are giant and even get snow in the winter.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      Eh, I don't think Greece is particularly romantic, really. Lots of mountains, vistas and ruins, but that really depends on how you interpret them. Maybe if you gaze into the sunset from the Temple of Poseidon on a cliff, sure. But there's frick all romantic about Mycenae or Epidauros. Athenes is also a grade A shithole and likely your first point of contact with the country, which will cure you of any romantic notions quickly.
      Santorini is a massive overpacked tourist trap but Crete is actually very comfy and laid-back, especially if you just get a car and drive around. Just stay out of the resorts, the island is big enough that you could not see a single tourist for a day if you so desire.

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        100% true, Athens is Europe's Detroit. Crete is the most interesting and best part of Greece.

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        100% true, Athens is Europe's Detroit. Crete is the most interesting and best part of Greece.

        The Peloponnese, along with the Ionian islands and Northern Greece, are the only places that draw me in. Definitely looks kino.
        [...]
        [...]
        Truly, Athens has no appeal at all. Even its centerpiece, the Acropolis, looks like garbage & visiting it feels like a waste of time but my 'tick it on my bucketlist' impulse will definitely say otherwise.
        Can you guys redpill me on Crete? So far I'm not sold. All I see are tourist towns, beaches, and the typical brown Mediterranean landscape which I loathe. Not being around tourists is extremely based though, I'm guessing there are countless of beaches to experience this.

        Don't listen those. Athens is amazing. I swear that people here must be so fricking boring if they can't have fun in such a big city with perfect climate.

        • 4 months ago
          Anonymous

          Being a shithole does not automatically mean it's not amazing.
          It is, in fact, an amazing shithole on many levels and should be experienced.

  20. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Italy: in Canada we are force fed "la dolce bella mama mia" idea of Italy as this amazing place and normies eat it up hook line and sinker. I have spoken to numerous people i trust who have told me that they were treated like absolute dogshit in Italy and their vacation was ruined. I find the people from there to be cruel and sadistic. I dont buy the hype. Plus i believe there is something inherently evil in Italy, something dark, for so much evil energy to have escaped from it and having polluted the world.

    Brazil: Scary. I have heard you have to be very on guard at all times so youre not robbed/beaten up/raped. No thanks. Nah.

    China: gross.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      The irony of a Canadian complaining about a country being portrayed as "nice" when the society is actually awful and the people are too.

      Also China is pretty nice from my experience, but I just take the propaganda as a normie filter.

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        Im not fond of my own country either. Canadian mainstream "were so polite hehe we arent americans at all eh" culture is so fricking cringe its unbelievable. nice try though.

        I just get a really bad/uncomfortable vibe whenever i hear about Italy. It scares me.and the people i spoke with who went are smart they werent expecting any great treatment but they said that so many italians went out of their way to be excessively cruel to them. Fits with the overall vibe i have of italy

        • 4 months ago
          Anonymous

          I understand why Canada is obsessed with the "haha we are totally different (and better!) from americans" thing. It's important for a separate, national identity of the country. They have to find a way to distinguish themselves somehow. It does come off pretty cringe though, and I hope someday they find something more than that and le hockey and moose shtick.

          • 4 months ago
            Anonymous

            Sure I get that its important to have a separate national identity but if you have to force it so hard (openly talk about it) and its not immediately identifiable then you should just shut.up

            In Canada every single day our PRAVDA (CBC and CTV) broadcast the worst US stories, filling our heads with anti american propaganda. I shit you not.i was out once at a bank in toronto and the TV (canadian chanell) was broadcasting a story about a white teacher in Atlanta who "reportedly said the N word".

            Like. What are we doing here?

            Well its a policy. Our government actively feeds us anti american propaganda day in day out to prevent brain drain. Our best professionals go to the US for better life and income so they do all they can to prevent.that..the laurentian elite get boners whenever a school shooting in the US occurs.

            • 4 months ago
              Anonymous

              Isn't this what the movie Canadian Bacon was about?

          • 4 months ago
            Anonymous

            To me it's the whole "we're so friendly and nice" bullshit. Fake marketing garbage.
            Let me tell you Vancouver where I live, lived here 12 years been unable to make a single real friend, people here are only nice if they want something from you. I only live here because I can't afford to leave, once I'm done with my degree I'm OUT. The locals are very passive-aggressive, cliquish and rude.
            But you always see Canada marketing itself as WE'RE SO FRIENDLY AND POLITE, LIVE LAUGH LOVE. And Canadians love to pretend they're that way too because it strokes their egos.

            • 4 months ago
              Anonymous

              I am in Vancouver too. Born in Surrey raised in Surrey now live in Van.

              This has to be the WORST place in the WORLD for socializing. High school was literally like the US movies ('popular" kids vs. everyone else). SUPER cliquish. Everyones extremely narcisistic and greedy but hide behind the masquarade of "hi there im so nice". If you show ANY personality here the locals will look at you like "uh thats weird".

              Cold. Stiff. Quietly seething. Everyone here has taken on the personaliity of an Asian girl. Nothing there. And if u show something? Ostracized, thought of as "weird'. No one knows how to banter at ALL.

              I cannot WAIT for.the big earthquake to hit this place and reduce it.to rubble.

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          >"were so polite hehe we arent americans at all eh"
          Literally every Canadian I ever met was like this. As you said, utter cringe

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      So Italians are still being portrayed like a 1950s hollywood movie? Yeah, they kinda suck in tourism sector, but only because they can milk and abuse all those all inclusive morons still going there. At least the north is more civilised.

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        Idk my idiot wife was bothering me about italy (she was pushing to go there) she seen an instagram about italy and she says to me "they just seem like the really know how to live in italy". I rolled my eyes. It may not be 1950s style.propaganda but its still bad. Anyway now my wife spoke to a friend who had been there and she is no longer interested in going (thank god)

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      Im not fond of my own country either. Canadian mainstream "were so polite hehe we arent americans at all eh" culture is so fricking cringe its unbelievable. nice try though.

      I just get a really bad/uncomfortable vibe whenever i hear about Italy. It scares me.and the people i spoke with who went are smart they werent expecting any great treatment but they said that so many italians went out of their way to be excessively cruel to them. Fits with the overall vibe i have of italy

      Italians were nothing but nice to me and everyone I know that’s been to Italy, saar.

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        Im irish/french canadian buddy dont make me post hand please. And good for u. But everyone ive talked to (including my cousin and his wife whose honeymoon was ruined by the brutal sadistic hostility they received from italians), italy was an extremely unfriendly place.

        • 4 months ago
          Anonymous

          >brutal sadistic hostility

          • 4 months ago
            Anonymous

            Yuck it.up, pal. Wonder if youll be singing a different.tune when u go to italy and a gang.of.people casually sternly mock you for failing to speak their language properly even tho u try

            • 4 months ago
              Anonymous

              we live in our own bubble and we don't like foreigners. The only reason we accept you is because you help our shitty economy and give us anglo pussy

              • 4 months ago
                Anonymous

                Well exactly right. That is the true italian attitude. And thats why i have never and will never go there.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      I always find it hilarious when passive aggressive Canadian freaks go abroad and are like: “OH NO LE ITALIAN MAN MADE FUN OF ME FOR ORDERING A CAPPUCCINO AFTER NOON.”

      Frick off.

  21. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    USA, New Zealand, Austria
    Mainly because I hate driving and their public transport sucks ASS

  22. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    ez
    >india
    >Thailand or anything around there
    >india
    >poland or anything in eastern Europe
    >Africa
    >south America
    anything that isnt or could be confused for not being a first world country.

  23. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Anywhere that's not the US
    We mog every country in terms of culture and natural beauty not sure why I would leave to deal with smelly brown people or chinks to see the a worse version of the same things it would take multiple lifetimes to experience the whole US

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      you live in america where the media whips Africans into an anti-white hatred that could that your life any moment.
      I will never go to America because of this.
      America seems to me like an unhinged divisive shithole full of angry people who enjoy being angry and violent.

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        >in america where the media whips Africans
        most homies don't watch the news, they too busy ploughing their baby momma and selling drugs . some of them can't even read

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      you live in america where the media whips Africans into an anti-white hatred that could end your life any moment.
      I will never go to America because of this.
      America seems to me like an unhinged divisive shithole full of angry people who enjoy being angry and violent.
      Europe seems to be far safer.

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        1. Rent free
        2. Cope
        3. Touch grass

  24. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    China. Soulless materialistic bug people.

    Canada. Should be conquered by the United States. Likely one of the most beautiful countries on Earth ruined by its people. The California of countries. Canada is what happens when white people have been so pacified that they lose all willingness to fight for themselves. Most passive aggressive pussified losers in the west.

    India.

    Anywhere in South America besides Patagonia.

  25. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    India. Because, you know why. Do I have to explain it to you? Actually I would rather go to Yemen or Congo than India.

  26. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Sweden
    Brown people

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      +1. Sweden seems awful. Boring, expensive, brown, reddit type people. The people Ive met from there are all socially weird like they weren't socialized properly as children.

  27. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Amsterdam/the Netherlands. I don't care for le weed and the people that talk about wanting to go there seem insufferable.
    France, seems played out. I feel like I'm guaranteed to be disappointed. Not to mention overcharged.
    Literally anywhere in Africa, I don't think I even need to explain why.
    Australia. What's the fricking point, it's just America/Canada with kangaroos. I would go to New Zealand, though.
    South Korea. I don't care for K-Pop and Korean culture/history in general has absolutely nothing in it that draws my interest.

  28. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    ireland, soulless country with no culture entirely inhabited by the most annoying people on the planet

  29. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Dubai. I just can't go there even ironically because it's the biggest magnet for midwits, instagram prostitutes, obnoxious noveau-riche and low iq chimpanzees like nothing on Earth. I'd prefer to go to any other Arabic country before that.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Dubai is a city, moron.

  30. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    India, I don't want to be a double ended-fountain.
    If they had better hygiene I definitely want to visit.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      Oh yeah, I second that. I was heavily considering visiting it at one point but the more research I did on India the more it put me off. Their society is profoundly really, really fricked up. Much more than just the uncleanliness. Caste system, society that accepts cheating and scamming, locals that are racist to tourists. I remember watching one video of some white guy visiting a Gujarati market and the locals were swearing and insulting him in their language. There's also tons of videos of stupid women visiting India on their own and having meltdowns because of the rapeyness.

  31. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Ignoring obvious 3 rd world shitholes
    Australia
    Expensive, far away, looks like the whole countries on repeat in terms of flora, fauna, topigraphically and feel. not that you’d be able to confirm that because everything is so far away it almost prohibits you from roaming too far from where you land. Beaches look nice but a nice beach isn’t hard to find. Marsupials look neat but that’s about it

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      Australia has a lot of geographic variety. Deserts, Jungles, cities, plenty of farmland, beaches etc. Only thing we don't have is a large mountainous region.

      I live in the blue mountains in Sydney and drove to Lightning Ridge and it's like going to another country, despite being in the same state.

  32. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    China, most of the small LatAm countries besides maybe El Salvador or Costa Rica, most of Eastern Europe, Indochina, Australia, Mexico, most of the Middle East. I also never understood the appeal of Iceland or Greenland. If I wanted to go somewhere without any infrastructure I’d just drive to Alberta.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      Iceland got popular because budget airlines were running trip there for $79 or something like that in the early 2000s. Geothermal energy, the bitter cold, the blue geothermal plants spent water resorts etc.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      >I also never understood the appeal of Iceland
      Beautiful and unique nature. I'd love to do a dirt bike tour there.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      there are some natural wonders in china I'd love to visit but I'd have to rely on chains of McDonald's to get around because their local cuisine is dogshit

  33. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    All of Africa and Asia except China, Japan, and maybe Mauritius

  34. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Jamaica. Why anyone would go there is beyond me. It has the highest murder rate per capita in the world and it's not even close. No town is safe to walk through. If you leave a resort, the chances you're going to get robbed are essentially 100 percent if you stay more than 3 days. Literally any other tropical destination is safer. It's not even cheap. Do fat white women just go to get knocked up by black dudes?

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      420 blaze it homosexual, so funny patois hehe. Honestly, I'd go once just to experience the vibe.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      >all inclusive trip to Jamaican resort for honeymoon gift from family during busy season
      >airport exit loop filled with 40+ idling taxis no one is taking - literally everyone is using resort shuttles
      >personal cars pickup the only other native Jamaican families on the plane
      >the drive to resort was 90 minutes through overgrown island brush, abandoned roadside businesses, abandoned properties in said brush, and grim shitholes with 12 structural hovels loitering around a corner store like zombies
      >every day on the beach a resort-approved Black person accosts you on the beach to sell drugs even if you deny him days prior
      >the only “excursion” on land was to a white-owned fricking restaurant built like a fortress on a peninsula

      Will we ever have a future where resort corporations get the go-ahead to purge these islands fully?

  35. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    india
    looks like literal hell on earth

  36. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'm interested in visiting every country (Land-wise)

    Only thing that makes me have no interest in visiting a country is the human aspect making it dangerous

    So due that to, no interest in visiting, all of africa, most of south america, mexico and central america, papua new guinea

  37. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Basically any Anglo-country, especially the US. It's just too familiar from all the media exposure and what not over the decades, so like why bother?

    And it's not even affordable nor is there public transport in much of the country so.

  38. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Georgia

  39. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'm Australian and both my parents are English. They keep asking me when I'm going to visit the UK. I honestly have no interest in England at all. If I ever went I'd just visit country towns but in not flying to the other side of the world just for that. Maybe I could do Ireland and Scotland at the same time but England doesn't even seem like England anymore. It's just some generic multiculti city you can find all over the west.

  40. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Canada
    just a cold version of USA without any appealing national parks, cities or landmarks. people seem weird. deranged covid and vax policies put me off for good.
    >New Zealand
    zero interest in the culture/food/history or lord of the rings bullshit. there are much better places to see mountains or forests. costs thousands to visit from where I live and yet for the same distance and money you could go to Japan, Fiji, China, Australia etc which are all vastly more appealing

  41. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Most well developed countries with white people. If I'm traveling I want to see something new and different, and places like USA, France, Germany, UK, Ireland are ultimately the same thing with slightly different flavoring.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      >USA, France, Germany, UK, Ireland are ultimately the same thing with slightly different flavoring.
      Observe, a genuine moron

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        Is he wrong though? I was thinking if I'd do a trip around Europe, looking at 4k walking videos all over. Seems all there is in Europe to do is walk around, look at old buildings, and eat at the same restaurants over and over again.

  42. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Denmark and Sweden
    no interesting scenery, culture, landscape, etc, whatever
    incredibly expensive
    people are weird (in my experience with interacting with Swedes here in the UK)
    my mum and sister went to Denmark for 4 days and the only thing they actually talked about was legoland, everything else they just said "oh it was ok, not that interesting"

    Norway is a maybe because it has cool fjords, and I like Finnish culture

  43. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    South Korea
    It's like a worse Japan.

  44. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    >No stupid answers like Yemen or Congo please.
    Literally in my top 10 countries I want to visit, you little pussy homosexual. Yemen is probably in my top 3. Already travelled to 80+ so I am running out a little.
    Places I have never visited and have no interest in visiting, and other experienced travelers will understand this:
    >Kuwait
    >Azerbaijan
    >Bahrain
    >Morocco

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Why not Azerbaijan or Morocco?
      I can understand Kuwait and Bahrain.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Why not Azerbaijan or Morocco?
        Azerbaijan is boring af, nature is dull. One of the attractions is looking at the oil wells in the desert.
        I went to Egypt and fricking hated the constant aggressive scamming and I heard Morocco is just as bad or worse. I don't want to go to the ground zero of being hassled constantly

        • 3 months ago
          Anonymous

          Morocco is extremely bad for pushy guys but it does taper off quickly when you’re away from major tourist sites and the scenery is still nice there. Egypt is just miserable anywhere you’d want to go and there’s an added overt sexual threat if you’re travelling with any women. Some can just ignore them, apparently, but I cannot

          Denmark and Sweden
          no interesting scenery, culture, landscape, etc, whatever
          incredibly expensive
          people are weird (in my experience with interacting with Swedes here in the UK)
          my mum and sister went to Denmark for 4 days and the only thing they actually talked about was legoland, everything else they just said "oh it was ok, not that interesting"

          Norway is a maybe because it has cool fjords, and I like Finnish culture

          Copenhagen is one of the few cities worth spending any time in beyond killing a few hours waiting for flights. Outside of that Denmark itself is dull. But the Faroes and Greenland count as Danish and they’re worth a visit

          Sweden is only good in the mountains or up north where the population is low. And even then Norway is better.

          • 3 months ago
            Anonymous

            People visit Marrakech and Cairo and complain about the hustlers, makes me wonder if they visit Times Square and complain that all Americans are scammers who dress like Spiderman.

            • 3 months ago
              Anonymous

              Touts are aggressive and prolific. Pretty much everyone in Morocco gets taken to the chicken shit leather factory

  45. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Europe as a whole. I look up videos of European cities and it just looks like the same assortment of restaurants and shops I could get down the road. Europeans as a whole are also a lot colder and ruder than North Americans are. I don't really see a point in going when I could visit China, Indonesia or Sri Lanka and see and do much more

  46. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Any of the usual European destinies, like Italy, France, etc. I'm aware of its importance and all, but my money isn't infinite, and I feel it's not exotic enough to be worth the money. Everywhere sounds like a tourist trap, and travelling like a hobo isnt fun. I would rather dine and travel like a king in Central Asia than like a hobo in a cramped european tourist trap .

    I'm sure these countries are great, but I have other places I want to visit that are cheaper and not as packed with people

  47. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Canada. I already live here, and I don't have much interest in visiting it as a tourist.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Typical dumb canadian answer.
      That's why the world hates you.

      • 3 months ago
        Anonymous

        Typical dumb American unprovoked vitriol.

  48. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    All of South Asian and basically every middle eastern country apart from Turkey. Gross, unappealing cultures to me. I just know if I were to visit these places I would just become incredibly more racist.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      >anon voluntarily takes action to be less racist
      That's actually quite admirable of you. Good on you, man.

  49. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Congo has Bonobos. might be interesting

  50. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    without a doubt Italy. I have hated Italy since I can remember. Racist moronic arrogant loud buttholes, their language is ugly, their fashion is moronic, their buildings are overrated. I see absolutely no reason to ever go there.

  51. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Cuba, Canada, South Africa, Bangladesh

    • 3 months ago
      A

      >South Africa,

      https://i.imgur.com/volDZ9P.jpg

  52. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Germany, Netherlands, Poland, eastern Yurop as a whole, Canada, South America as a whole, anything remotely arab or muslim (except Iran maybe), Palestine (including Jerusalem and Tel Aviv), Madagascar, 90% of Africa except (Kenya, South Africa and Namibia)...

    (I'm french if it matters)

  53. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Sri Lanka. Seems like everything I could do there I could get bigger and better in India, which I also do not want to visit

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      Being smaller is one of the advantages it has over India, you can actually get around and see different things without travelling thousands of miles.

  54. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Australia. I don't understand the hype. Their nature is nothing special. Their cities are generic. Their culture is not unique. Everything is really expensive. Why is it a tourist destination at all?

  55. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    India. I have no interest in the culture and it honestly seems like a brain drained dead end of a country.

  56. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    All African countries look like a no-go, with Tunisia the only possible exception.

  57. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    India. It's a shit hole filled with dirty and stinky c**ts.

  58. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    >india
    Pretty obvious, i don't like shit, creepy dudes and being sick
    >any USA state but California- New York-Nevada-Florida
    Boring shit without touristic value
    >UK
    Boring, ugly cucks. At least Canada has pretty nature
    >Australia
    Cucks like UK and there are nicest places without every animal trying to kill you.
    >africa
    nogs
    >Dubai
    Plastic shit like Vegas but without soul.

  59. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    India just seems like too much of a shithole to be worth it.
    Australia is too far and too big, I'm a nature guy but the nature doesn't seem truly world class either besides the weird wildlife.
    Korea seems like a worse Japan.
    Any small tropical island just seems like a worse Hawaii. Only other one I really want to visit is Palau just for the jellyfish lake.

  60. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    Japan. The only thing that mildly interests me is the history but the Chinks have cooler history and it's a cheaper country.
    Don't care for anime shit, neon lights, Jap food, paying for overpriced shit, "le FUTURISTIC!!!" garbage, etc.
    Japan just seems like a consoomers paradise. Plus I don't like Japs.

    • 3 months ago
      Anonymous

      >I don't like Japs.
      Just say that this is the only reason why you don't want to go there. The rest sounds like moronic copes. Sad.

  61. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    None.

    I have visited many places that thos thread shits on and I have not regretted a single bit.
    Dubai? Early morning camel races made it worth it and I enjoyed going to the older neighborhoods and eating there.
    Canada? Banff, Jasper and Vancouver Island are dead gorgeous.
    Europe? I drove in most of European countries and I learned so much history, from famous landmarks to the most local little thing.

    I love the world so much bros.

  62. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

    South Korea

    I just don't like the people. They seem soulless and way more narcissistic/status obsessed than the average normie. Just odd people imo

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