The most common countries people will never visit and why

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Redditors have been recounting the countries that they'll never return to, as well as the reason why.

The topic was the subject of a recent AskReddit thread, where disgruntled tourists vented their (occasionally offensive opinions) over, sexism, racism, crime, or even an area being too touristy.

User gogojack said:

"I really did not like the Bahamas. Beautiful place, but the vibe I got from the locals was very much "if it weren't for your tourist dollars we'd rather you weren't here at all." Everybody had their hand out for a tip. Everybody was working an angle. Everybody looked like they hated to have to deal with tourists."

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Can't please everyone.

Reddit user Irmaliv111 mapped the initial reasons for the MapPorn subreddit, however, there have been a few more suggestions in the active thread since.

As a result, we've updated the map. Thankfully, the UK and Ireland don't get much of a mention.

To browse the full-size image, click here (Picture: Carto/Louis Doré)

The full breakdown of countries by reason (approximated) is as follows:

Attitude to Tourists: Albania, Malaysia, Mauritania, Solomon Islands, Thailand, The Bahamas, Tunisia, Vietnam

Beggars: Belize, Mexico

Boring: Finland, France, Luxembourg, Slovakia

Danger: Croatia, Honduras, Somalia, Venezuela

Dirty: Cuba, Russia, India, Indonesia, Philippines

Expensive: Denmark, Norway, Slovenia

Loud: Italy

Too much poverty: Haiti, Jamaica, Paraguay

Racism: United States

Rude: Czech Republic, Greece, Lebanon, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Switzerland, Turkey

Sexual Harassment: Egypt, Morocco, Swaziland

Sketchy: Cambodia

Toilets/Transport: China

Too cold/Boring: Canada

War: Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, Yemen

Weird: Japan, South Korea

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