Mongolia ranked 131st out of 140 countries in a tourism report by the World Economic Forum. It received a score 5.49 out of 7 for its friendliness towards visitors.
It may be home to a laidback beach life in the summer but Bulgaria could be a little more relaxed towards tourists after scoring just 5.47 out of 7 for its friendliness and ranked 132 out of 140 countries.
In 133rd place is Slovakia. The Eastern European received a score of 5.47 out of 7 for its attitude towards foreign visitors.
Pakistan was named one of the world's most unfriendly countries, receiving a score of 5.27 out of 7 for welcoming visitors in the World Economic Forum report and coming in at 134 out of 140.
According to the World Economic Forum, Iran is one of the least tourist-friendly countries in the world. It ranked 135th and received a score of 5.2 out of 7 for friendliness towards visitors.
Latvia's locals were given a score of 5.2 out of 7 for friendliness towards tourists. When the World Economic Forum report was published, Economy Minister Daniels Pavluts defended the country saying residents are not the unfriendliest but are more self-critical about their attitude about tourists.
In 137th place is Kuwait, receiving a score of 5.18 out of 7 for its attitude towards visitors.
Russia is the third most unwelcoming country in the world for tourists, receiving a score of 4.98 out of 7 for its friendliness. According to the World Economic Forum report, "safety and security are also of serious concern, with a high level of crime and violence and a lack of trust in the police to provide protection from crime."
Venezuela may have the highest waterfalls on Earth, but it was far from topping the list of friendliness towards foreigners. The South American country received a score of 4.52 out of 7 for welcoming tourists. Only one country scored worse...
The South American country came last in the report of 140 countries and received a score of just 4.09 out of 7 for its attitude towards visitors. On the up side, Bolivia came 8th in price competitiveness for travel and tourism due to its cheap hotel accommodation costs!