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Thailand named 10th cheapest place to visit for the most sunshine

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New research reveals that Thailand ranks 10th in the top 10 cheapest destinations for sunshine.

New research from ParkSleepFly has analysed how many hours of sunshine different holiday destinations around the world receive each day alongside the average cost of staying in each destination to reveal the cheapest countries to visit for the most sunshine.
You can view the full research in full here: https://parksleepfly.com/sunshine-savings
The top 10 cheapest sunshine destinations

Rank

Destination

Average Annual Sunshine Hours

Average Daily Sunshine Hours

Average Cost of a Double Hotel Room for One Night

Cost per sunshine hour

1

Tirana, Albania

3,452

9.5

$56

$5.88

2

Denpasar, Bali, Thailand

3,138

8.6

$58

$6.78

3

Johannesburg, South Africa

3,334

9.1

$73

$8.02

4

Bucharest, Romania

3,010

8.2

$68

$8.22

5

Nicosia, Cyprus

3,649

10.0

$98

$9.76

6

Fresno, California

3,736

10.2

$100

$9.80

7

Cairo, Egypt

3,682

10.1

$103

$10.22

8

Rhodes, Greece

3,704

10.1

$110

$10.82

9

Panaji, Goa, India

3,286

9.0

$99

$11.00

10

Phuket, Thailand

3,450

9.5

$104

$11.04

The cheapest destination to visit for sunshine is Tirana, Albania with a cost per sunshine hour of $5.88. Tirana is also one of the sunniest vacation destinations you can visit, getting on average 3,452 hours of sunlight per year, equalling around 9.5 hours of sunshine per day.
The second cheapest sunshine destination is Denpasar, Bali with a cost per sunshine hour of $6.78. One of the best locations for sun, the city sees on average 3,138 hours of sunshine per year and around 8.6 hours of sunshine per day.
The third cheapest sunshine destination is Johannesburg, South Africa with a cost per sunshine hour of $8.02. With great weather all year round, Johannesburg is one of the top sunny vacation destinations in the world, attracting millions of tourists every year for its climate, wildlife, and culture. Johannesburg gets around 3,334 hours of sunshine each year, meaning it gets on average 9.1 sunshine hours every day.
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