Hong Kong to India

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1. Posted by Lex_H (First Time Poster 1 posts) 12y Star this if you like it!

I have travelled Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, and Cambodia. I will be in Hong Kong in late November to say goodbye to my travel buddy. From there I have no plans. I definitely want to go to India, but as I am in no rush and have a pretty good budget, I was thinking about going through China, Burma, Nepal, and ending in India. I don't know where to begin. I could fly to India and work back in reverse, since I do plan on making another trip to Laos, but as I said, I don't even know where to begin. Any tips on travel through China in the westward direction, sights to see and so forth would be helpful. I wish I could give you guys a better of idea of what I would like to do, but I just want to see the world.
Thanks for your help!
Oh, and if there are any countries in the area that you think are a must, I am sure I could add them in.

2. Posted by chqttagold (Budding Member 43 posts) 12y Star this if you like it!

Hi Alexia,

Depends on wat u want to do...if u r looking at takin a whirlwind thru India that will not be that gr8....u will have to spend atleast a month to enjoy India..its got so much to offer..

anyways if u require any help in India,lemme know,ill be more than happy to do whatever little i can...


vicky :)

NB: I dont do this for a living,i earn enough money as an Operations Lead in an MNC.

3. Posted by Sophiehdm (Budding Member 32 posts) 12y Star this if you like it!

Yes, it's a good idea to go to India from China. If you want to travel around China, you can go to Beijing, Xian, Shanghai, Guilin, etc. But it should be a little cold in the north, however, the south is warmer, and you can go through it and get to India very convenient.
In the south area, you can go to Nanning, which is near Hongkong and Vietnam, to see the biggest transnational waterfall of Asia- Detian transnational waterfall. And then go to Guilin, which is famous for the green water and hills. Then Sichuan, to see the big panda. Then Tibet, and go to Nepal from there if you like.
By the way, how long would you stay in China? Then you can plan where to go.