Hotel Prince International

14A/24, W.E.A. Channa Market, Karol Bagh,, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110005, I
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Indian/Nepal, and Indian/Myanmar border crossings?

by song99

Indian/Nepal, and Indian/Myanmar border crossings?

What are the legal border crossings for foreigners between India, and Nepal, and India, and Myanmar? Are the crossings by train, bus, or taxi?

Thx

Re: Indian/Nepal, and Indian/Myanmar border crossings?

by into-thin-air

The entry points at Nepal-India border are: Kakarbhitta, Birgunj, Belahiya (Bhairahawa), Nepalgunj, Dhangadi, and Mahendra Nagar. – you can get a bus to the border – then you usually walk across and board a new bus on the other side.

As far as I am aware there are no borders open for tourists into Burma from India

I hope that helps a little but If you need more info then feel free to drop me a line
Happy Travels
Rob

Re: Indian/Nepal, and Indian/Myanmar border crossings?

by cochinjew

No one is allowed to cross by land between India and Myanmar, Indian citizens are allowed to go into the border town for day trips only. In official cases, exceptions may be made.
better find out which parts of the northeast you can go as a foreigner. i have been trying to find out and no one seems to have any up to date idea and they all refer you to their offices in new delhi.. most ofthe northeastern states require that you posess a special permit, it might come with a price since you may have to use organized trips..
are you planning to go to India this april or next april?

when you find out about special permits could you please post them on the forum or in tips sections. thank you

Re: Indian/Nepal, and Indian/Myanmar border crossings?

by into-thin-air

The entry points at Nepal-India border are: Kakarbhitta, Birgunj, Belahiya (Bhairahawa), Nepalgunj, Dhangadi, and Mahendra Nagar. – you can get a bus to the border – then you usually walk across and board a new bus on the other side.

As far as I am aware there are no borders open for tourists into Burma from India

I hope that helps a little but If you need more info then feel free to drop me a line
Happy Travels
Rob

Re: Indian/Nepal, and Indian/Myanmar border crossings?

by song99

Ok, i guess Myanmar is out of the question, so is many of the Northeastern frontier states, some of which require group entry, which is of no use to me. I can go to parts of Sikkim, but looks like my India trip (april, may, june 2010) will include NW India ONLY. But what to do if I manage to get a six month visa, inclusive of the monsoon months, of july, august, and september. Where should I visit in India during monsoon? Some suggested rajastan but I don't like intense heat, or haze. Others say South India, but summer on the Indian plains sounds like a bad idea. Hill stations sound better, but are there enough of them to last months of travel?

Re: Indian/Nepal, and Indian/Myanmar border crossings?

by JohnMcIntosh

There are three legal borders for Nepal from India...
Sonouli Border (Near Gorakhpur U.P.)
Near Tanakpur Uttrakhand
Near Muzzapharpur Bihar

For Myanmar there are legal border crossing from Imphal and Nagaland.

Re: Indian/Nepal, and Indian/Myanmar border crossings?

by into-thin-air

There are actually 6 border crossings from India to Nepal (Or visa-versa)
And are at
Kakarbhitta, Birgunj, Belahiya (Bhairahawa), Nepalgunj, Dhangadi, and Mahendra Nagar.

Travel Tips for Delhi

The history of Delhi goes back...

by ASHFAQUE

The history of Delhi goes back to the Mahabharata, as this was the site of ancient Indraprastha. Recently discovered are 3000 year old ruins. The recorded history of Delhi places the Hindu. Tomar king, Anangpal, as the founder of the 1st city of Delhi at Lal Kot in 1060 A.D. The famous Prithviraj Chauhan built ramparts and temples in this fort which were pulled down by later invaders.

Delhi was then ruled by a series of Muslim dynasties, the Qutb Shahis, Khiljis, Tughlaks, Sayyids and Lodis, each of whom built forts, tombs and palaces of different artistic styles.

Amongst the Mughals who followed, it was the great builder, Shah Jahan, who made Delhi his capital and embellished it. It was from Delhi that Nadir Shah, the Persian emperor, took away the Peacock Throne and the famed Kohinoor diamond. The British moved their capital from Calcutta to Delhi in 1911 making it the 8th city to be built on the site.

New Delhi was designed by Edwin Lutyens and Herbert Baker, English architects. Few capitals in the world can compete with the number of monuments of which Delhi can be justly proud.

odd-but i love the Delhi roads!Delhi's a circular city(and a very huge one!),so it's impossible to get lost!The roads are well maintained(although not well lit)and there are signs everywhere.Quite an experience! Delhi is a shoppers' paradise, as not only are local handicrafts available, but nearly every state of India has its handicraft emporium at Delhi. Some of the special handicraft available are silver work, filigree, Indian perfumes, sarees and fiber embroidered with gold and silver, curios and paintings, semi-precious and precious jewellery, brass and copper ware, Indian musical instruments etc.

Republic Day Parade 26 Janury

by RAJASTHANBYCAR

A national festival that no tourist should miss. Celebrated on the 26th of January when India became a Republic. It is the most spectacular pageant of Delhi. The march past includes military displays, elephant pageantry, floats representing different states etc.

Lodi Garden

by RAJASTHANBYCAR

Lodhi Garden Adjoining the India International Center is the Garden, around the tombs of Sayid and Lodhi rulers. This garden is very well planned and has artificial streams. The Tombs of the rulers adorn the architectural style which was latter used in the construction of Taj Mahal.There is nice resturant for Lunch and Diner in the Winter seasen can Birdswatching in the park. Also can see some Love Birds in the park.

Connaught Palace with his markets

by schlumpf about Connaught Palace with his markets

Near Connaught Palace there are few interesting markets, i.e. the tibetean market and the Silk market, where you will be able to buy whatever sold and produced in India, (or imported from Nepal and Tibet), sometimes also cheeper then in Nepal too!
The MUST, clearly is to bargain, and a LOT!

Rail

by undisputed

Delhi is connected to almost every city and town of the country by rail. Long distance express trains operate from Delhi to every state capital. Bookings are to be made in advance to avoid the last minute rush, as trains are the most used mode of transport.

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Address: 14A/24, W.E.A. Channa Market, Karol Bagh,, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110005, I