I'm going india in nov, any recommended areas I need to visit? I'm going to defo go goa, but need hotspots, also then to bangcock thailabd. Shangai china, and pretty much everywhere.
Any places any1 can say they have been? I'm only goiung for 3months
Nice to knw abt ur Goa plans..Goa is gr8 place..I just Love it...Goa has many places, beaches,Disco's,PArtyies,Cruises & many thinigs to see & enjoy..
Can we get in touc h& look for a meet up there..
So much to see over all of India. Buy a Lonely Planet guide. A 30 day Indrail pass (if you are staying that long or longer) is good as train is the best way of getting around and it saves some hassle.
If you go to Goa, book your train out before leaving the station as trains fill up and you may otherwise have to wait a few days before you can leave.
What you see in India and Thailand depends on what you like. Beaches, hiking, shopping, temples, culture, food, etc.
Not that much in Shanghai. Maybe a visit to Beijing too (though it will be cold that time of year), or Hong Kong if you want somewhere warmer?
India and China you will need a visa. Thailand you will need a visa only if you plan to stay longer than 30 days, assuming you are flying in though you can get another visa (exemption) if you leave the country then return. Coming in by land is just a 15 day visa.
Consider flights in and out of Thailand and China as there are some cheap ones and distances can be great.
December onwards in Thailand is high season so you may need to book accommodation within the next few months.
Welcome to the India. There are lots of places in India to visit & knowing about the interesting facts of the Indian culture, Indian food, Indian art etc. Not only Goa but the whole Indian trip will make ur journey more interesting. so, my suggestions to you that if you want to see real India then visit another places also. North, also known as the Paradise of India, has beautiful views and also the fantastic food there. The west i.e Rajasthan, the Royal state of the India, is well-known for there warm welcome and Camel ride. You can get more through out India. If you want know more about the places in India you can visit -snip-
all the best.
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Just looking at your reply. How much does the 30 day indirail pass cost please?