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Booking a Cambodia Tour What do I need to prepare before booking a Chinapac tour? At the time of booking, you’ll need a photocopy of your passport. Be prepared to give the name of the tour, the departure date, and the tour code (if you know it). If you are a land-only passenger with or without an international flight,...
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Booking a China Tour What do I need to prepare before booking a Chinapac tour? At the time of booking, you’ll need a photocopy of your passport. Be prepared to give the name of the tour, the departure date, and the tour code (if you know it). If you are a land-only passenger with or without an international flight, please...
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Booking a Laos Tour What do I need to prepare before booking a Chinapac tour? At the time of booking, you’ll need a photocopy of your passport. Be prepared to give the name of the tour, the departure date, and the tour code (if you know it). If you are a land-only passenger with or without an international flight,...
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Booking a Myanmar Tour What do I need to prepare before booking a Myanmar tour? At the time of booking, you’ll need a photocopy of your passport. Be prepared to give the name of the tour, the departure date, and the tour code (if you know it). If you are a land-only passenger with or without an international flight, please advise your...
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Booking a Tanzania Tour What do I need to prepare before booking a Chinapac tour? At the time of booking, you’ll need a photocopy of your passport. Be prepared to give the name of the tour, the departure date, and the tour code (if you know it). If you are a land-only passenger with or without an international flight,...
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Booking a Thailand Tour What do I need to prepare before booking a Thailand tour? At the time of booking, you’ll need a photocopy of your passport. Be prepared to give the name of the tour, the departure date, and the tour code (if you know it). If you are a land-only passenger with or without an international flight, please advise your...
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Booking a Vietnam Tour What do I need to prepare before booking a Chinapac tour? At the time of booking, you’ll need a photocopy of your passport. Be prepared to give the name of the tour, the departure date, and the tour code (if you know it). If you are a land-only passenger with or without an international flight,...
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Booking an India Tour What do I need to prepare before booking a Chinapac tour? At the time of booking, you’ll need a photocopy of your passport. Be prepared to give the name of the tour, the departure date, and the tour code (if you know it). If you are a land-only passenger with or without an international flight, please...
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Cash, ATM, Credit Cards & Traveller's Cheque for in Myanmar Should I bring cash to Myanmar? Yes! Some ATMs exist in major cities, but these are exclusively for locals and cannot be used to withdraw money. Traveler’s cheques are not accepted in Myanmar, and credit cards will work only rarely. We recommend cash payments for your Myanmar tour. Visitors must bring enough cash...
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Cash, ATM, Credit Cards & Traveller's Cheque for Thailand What currency can I use in Thailand? Where can I get it? Thai Baht are accepted everywhere in the country. Currency exchange booths are readily available around Bangkok and the rest of Thailand.  
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Cash, ATM, Credit Cards & Traveller's Cheque for Vietnam Will I have access to ATMs for withdrawing cash? ATMs are abundant in major cities. The charge for withdrawal depends on the bank, but it is usually $2 or less. ATMs take most major credit cards, including Visa, MasterCard and American Express.   Will my credit card work in Vietnam?
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Cash, ATM, Credit Cards & Traveller's Cheques for Laos How can I access money in Laos? You can find ATMs throughout Vientiane and other major cities like Luang Prabang, Vang Ving and Tha Khaek. Credit cards are accepted by the largest banks, but are subject to a surcharge. Other banks, travel agents and guest houses allow cash advances, usually in US dollars, and...
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Dining in India What are the dining customs in India? Always wash your hands before and after a meal. It is customary to wait for the host or the eldest person to begin eating before everyone else.   Eating with hands/fingers is common practice in India, but remember: only the
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Do's & Don'ts in Cambodia How should I behave around locals on my Cambodia tour? In general, respond with a smile and a friendly attitude. Avoid being critical of conditions. Wear appropriate clothing when visiting temples and sacred places. Always remove your shoes when entering a temple, home or business unless told otherwise. ...
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