Ten Things You Must Know Before Traveling to India (part 2)

Embrace the chaos India is the world’s second-most populous country behind China, so expect a lot of crowds, particularly in big cities such as Mumbai, Delhi, and Kolkata. It’s not difficult to be overwhelmed by the large number of activities going on at the same time. Keep calm at tourist destinations or train/bus stations as tour guides or taxi drivers might hound you. Moreover, make sure that you are assertive as dealing with them. Only if you are willing to embrace the chaos, will you be able to enjoy your trip. Get a local SIM with internet access Most cities in India, even the capital Delhi, aren’t that well planned. While traveling around, it is always helpful to have Google Maps on your mobile phone so that you can make sure that the taxi or auto-rickshaw driver is driving on the correct route and isn’t attempting to rip you off. Getting a local SIM card with internet access is one of the best ways to protect yourself. Because of high competition among a variety of service providers, data plans in

Popular Fears When Travel To India

Not all travelers are brave enough to set foot in India by stereotypes from food safety and food culture, to the most common problem of rape. Jo Stewart is an Intrepid Travel site blogger. When she announced that she was going to India, her friends all felt excited but also full of concern. After the journey to discover the land of the gods, Jo proved to his friends that India is not as dangerous as people think. Here are the confession of Jo’s friends in India and the true story of female bloggers. “I’m afraid I will have diarrhea.” People are often curious about how Jo’s stomach is reacting to Indian food rather than caring about the beauty of the Taj Mahal. In fact, during his trip, Jo tried local dishes from traditional to luxurious restaurants, or sidewalk shops. No one in the group had abdominal pain or had to use emergency diarrhea medicine, only one person had constipation, Jo did not understand why? Of course, Jo’s group used bottled water but they still tried many dishes on the street