Luggage and bags: Backpack and neck pouch (for cash and passport)
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Comfortable walking shoes, caps and raincoat
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Sunscreen, Wet Ones, antibacterial hand gel (clean without water), medication for diarrhoea and lots of bottled water
sarung is a must, forget the cellphone
Luggage and bags: light backpack
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: flip-flop with socks, trainers with socks
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: tissue paper is a must, personal medicine
Photo Equipment: added with several rechargeable batteries for digi-cam
Miscellaneous: > switch off your cellphone and keep it separated from your backpack since the security guards will not allow you cellphone to take in at Taj Mahal.
>> put inside your backpack a sarung [my fave stuff anywhere i go :)] to protect your body from the heat, especially in summer. but baseball cap or umbrella also fine.
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Luggage and bags: travel light.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: in winters-(from december to february) woolens are must. from march to october cottons are the best bet.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: medical supplies etc are available in all the good hotels.
Photo Equipment: do carry your cameras handycams with you with enough flash cards/memory stick/negative rolls. coz agra is full of picturesque beauty.
Miscellaneous: carry sun cream during summers.it gets very hot during day times
What to take
Luggage and bags: Mosquito Repellent especially for nights. I took mosquito net but it was impossible to use cause the ceiling are very high so forget it.
Photo Equipment: You need lots of megas for your camera and also battery ... you will have your camera working 100%
What you can take with you in the Taj Mahal
Luggage and bags: Still Camera, Water Bottle
Guide Book, Sunglass, Heat
Small Bag with Neessary things,
Store Palace to keep not Allowded things.
In the Main Entrance Gate of the Taj Mahal
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