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Travel Advice
  • India Travel Advice
  • HK Travel Advice

India

Weather Tips: Visitors to India should keep the weather in mind when arranging their travel. In New Delhi, climate alternates between extremely hot summers, humid monsoons, and surprisingly chilly winters.

Clothing tips: Lightweight, loose cotton clothing is suitable for 8 months of the year. Sweaters, jackets, wool suits, sweatsuits, hats, scarves, and even gloves will be welcome during the winter. Wintertime northern India region & hill stations require warm clothing. Light raincoats or windbreakers may come in handy at most times of the year. Bring umbrellas for the monsoon season. Washable fabrics are the most convenient for maintenance. Cotton, silk, and wool are the most comfortable fabrics.

Language: English is the most important language for national, political, and commercial communication; Hindi is the national language and primary tongue of 30% of the people; there are 14 other official languages: Bengali, Telugu, Marathi, Tamil, Urdu, Gujarati, Malayalam, Kannada, Oriya, Punjabi, Assamese, Kashmiri, Sindhi, and Sanskrit; 

Greetings tips: The Indian greeting is to put your hands together in front of your chin (as for praying) and incline your head forward, saying "NAMASTE”.

Eating tips: In India, people often eat with the hand - the right hand. The left hand is considered unclean and generally not used to eat, or to handle food and money.

Religious Places: In most of the temples and mosques shoes are not allowed inside the building.  Some places signs are also posted at the entrances Some temples do not allow non-Hindus to enter. A visitor should ask if there is any doubt and observe other visitors. In Sikh temples, called Gurdwaras, white/saffron head coverings for both men and women are required. Some times sometimes provided at the enterence. Priests in Gurdwaras/Temples also offer the visitor blessed food, which should be accepted with the right hand. Enter any religious place with the head slightly bowed.

Feet & Shoes tips: The soles of shoes are considered offensive, so take care not to sit with your soles facing someone. Do not put your feet up on furniture. Apologize immediately, if you accidentally touch someone with your foot. Many Indians remove their shoes when entering worship places.

General Health Tips
Drink only bottled or boiled water, or carbonated (bubbly) drinks in cans or bottles. Avoid tap water, fountain drinks, and ice cubes. If this is not possible, make water safer by both filtering through an “absolute 1 micron or less” filter and adding iodine tablets to the filtered water. “Absolute 1 micron filters” are found in camping/outdoor supply stores.

  1. Buy bottled water from respectable outlets to guard against stomach upsets. Some of the better known brands are Bisleri, Kinley, Aqua Fina, Himalaya etc. Make sure that the seal of the bottle is intact.
  2. Watch out for spicy dishes, especially at the outset of your tour.
  3. Avoid eating food from road side stalls. Eat unpeeled fruits and avoid fresh salads, especially in small hotels. If you are forced to eat food at some place that you have doubts about, make sure the food is served hot.
  4. Always use an insect repellent if you find yourself in a mosquito-prone area.
  5. If traveling in scorching heat, remember to drink enough water, use hats, sunglasses & UV lotions. Do not venture out in the mid day sun.
  6. Pharmacies or chemists are available in every little town and village and you can buy medication. In case you need to see a doctor for a specific condition, ask for help from your hotel (most have doctors on call) or your tour operator. The cost of visiting a doctor is fairly low compared to western countries.

Health Tips:
It is important to note that Indian health regulations require all travelers arriving from Sub-Sahara Africa or other yellow fever areas to have evidence of vaccination against yellow fever. Travelers who do not have such proof are subject to immediate deportation or a six-day detention in the yellow fever quarantine center. Travellers who transit through any part of sub-Sahara Africa, even for one day, are advised to carry proof of yellow fever immunization.

For entry into India:-
Any person, Foreigner or Indian, (excluding infants below six months) arriving by air or sea without a vaccination certificate of yellow fever will be kept in quarantine isolation for a period up to 6 days if:
1.    He arrives in India within 6 days of departure/transit from a yellow fever endemic area.
2.    Has come on a ship which has started from or transited at any port in a yellow fever endemic country within 30 days of its arrival in India provided such ship has not been disinfected in accordance with the procedure laid down by.

For leaving India:-
There is no health check requirement by Indian Government on passengers leaving India. Persons leaving for a yellow fever infected area are advised in their own interest to get themselves vaccinated and to be possession of valid yellow fever vaccination certificates before they leave the country.
An administrative Arrangement for the health control of sea, air and land traffic exists between the Government of India and the Government of Bangladesh.  It implies that ,if any aircraft or ship or land traffic from a third country arrives first at any airport or port or border check post in either of the agreement countries and then directly (without touching any other third country enroute) reaches the second country of the agreement, all health checks will be completed in the country of first arrival and the travellers will be exempted from any further health check on arrival in the second country. 
Countries regarded as yellow fever infected 
The following countries are regarded as yellow fever endemic :

Africa: 
Angola, Benin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo (Zaire), Equatorial Guinea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Ivory Coast (Cote D’Ivoire), Kenya, Liberia, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sao Tome and Principe, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Sudan (South of 15° N), Togo, Uganda, Tanzania and Zambia. 

South America:
Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Peru, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, Venezuela and Panama.

A Yellow fever vaccination certificate is valid only if it conforms to the model.  The validity period of international certificate of vaccination or re-vaccination against yellow fever is 10 years, beginning 10 days after vaccination.
Foreign nationals residing or who have passed through the Yellow fever endemic countries during the preceding six days, are granted visas only after the production of vaccination certificate of Yellow Fever.  After checking the vaccination certificate an entry reads as “Valid Yellow Fever Vaccination Certificate Checked” is made in the passport of the foreigner.
For more information pls visit  http://www.immigrationindia.nic.in

Other tips: Indian Penal Code 509, which punishes the "intent to insult the modesty of any woman by use of words, sounds, gestures, or the exhibition of any object in such a way as to intrude upon the privacy of a woman" and Indian Penal Code 354, which punishes the assault or use of criminal force with any woman with the intention or knowledge that her "modesty will be outraged."

  1. Avoiding visiting unlit areas after dark
  2. Travel in groups. Avoid travel alone in remote areas.
  3. Try to have at least one reliable local contact who can help you in case of emergency.
  4. When possible, carry a cellular phone.
  5. Never leave sight of your baggage.
  6. Carry an adequate amount of cash with you for emergency purposes.

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Caution: This document is not a complete medical guide for travelers to this region. Consult with your doctor for specific information related to your needs and your medical history; recommendations may differ for pregnant women, young children, and persons who have chronic medical conditions.

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Hong Kong

 

One should always be well prepared before entering any country .
We are hereby mentioning some useful handy tips for traveler to Hong Kong.

Weather Tips
Hong Kong's weather is generally mild in winter. Winter occurs from mid December until February January and February are the coldest months, yet it is still a pleasant time of year.
Spring- Spring runs from March to mid May. The temperatures and humidity start to rise. Temperatures range from 18-27 degrees.
Autumn-Autumn runs from September to December and it is a lovely time - pleasant weather with clear, sunny skies and lower humidity levels.
Summer- Atmosphere heats up and humidity soars.

Documents Tips
Hong Kong citizens and travelers are required to carry an identification document with them.

Clothing Tips
Sometimes the humidity increases in Hong Kong without warning. It would be better to bring with you a light jacket in case it gets too hot and humid for a coat.
In spring and summer seasons, light clothing would be sufficient. Short sleeves would be nice during Autumn.
Restaurants tend to blast air-conditioners. So it is advisable to go there with long sleeves or with a light jacket. Sudden change to very cold conditions from hot and humid atmosphere can be detrimental for your health.

Language Tips
Chinese and English are the official languages in Hong Kong. While Cantonese dialect is most widely spoken and taught in schools. 
Many people in Hong Kong do speak English well, but there are many who do not. Many restaurants can have their menus only in Chinese.
When go out of hotel better you ask your hotel to write your destination address in Chinese, apart from English, as it would come handy and always keep hotel address in Chinese with you.  
Let’s learn some Chinese.
English: How are you?
Cantonese: Lei ho ma ?
Mandrin:  Ni hao ?

Hotels Bookings Tips
Hong Kong hotels are normally full for April and October due to exhibitions and conventions.
Hotel prices display upward graph on weekends. It is advisable to make reservations at least one week in advance to avoid disappointment.

Smoking Tips
Smoking in Hong Kong is banned at all indoor areas, restaurants, public vehicles ,workplaces, schools, karaoke lounges and certain public places 

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Caution: This document is not a complete medical guide for travelers to this region. Consult with your doctor for specific information related to your needs and your medical history; recommendations may differ for pregnant women, young children, and persons who have chronic medical conditions.

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