Travel Tips to Vadodara or Baroda in India by:David H. Urmann
Vadodara is formerly named Baroda, an Indian state of Gujarat
. Consider some travel tips when planning to visit this lovely place.
Baroda is now known as Vadodara. It is Gujarats Indian state that ranks as its 3rd most populated city, following Surat and Ahmedabad. It population has reached more than 1.6 million residents. It is also known as Sanskari Nagari or The City of Culture because it is deemed as Gujarat's cultural capital; and Sayaji Nagari or Sayajis City which is derived from Maharaj Sayajirao Gaekwad III, their famous ruler.
The location of Baroda or Vadodara lies along the banks of the river Vishwamitri just after their great Saint, Rishi Vishwamitra. On its southeast portion is Ahmedabad and it is Vadodara Districts administrative headquarters.
There are many interesting sites in this region including the majestic Lakshmi Vilas Palace as well as the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, a famous institution because of its departments like Performing Arts Technology, Fine Arts, Psychology, Management, Medicine and Social Work. Their major industries include engineering, petrochemicals, plastics, pharmaceuticals and Forex.
Whether you are traveling to India, the US or other parts of the globe, it is important to take note of basic travel tips. The very basic would be to have a list of emergency numbers and addresses of important establishments in the area. Take note of the nearest hospitals or clinics,
When going to Guajarat, factors you need to take note of include the clothes you need to wear, shopping districts and how to go about in finding the best attractions. During the summer season, it is best to carry light cotton fabrics and your hats, sun glasses and trusted sun block lotion. During the rainy season, cotton is still appropriate but you also need folding umbrellas. During the winter season, do bring jackets and woolen fabrics.
The most common diseases you will find in India are dengue, cholera, hepatitis, dysentery, typhoid, malaria and meningitis along trekking areas. Make sure you consult with your doctor prior to your trip. Bring precautionary medicines and ointments.
Going to the Yellow Fever Region can be a bit risky so it is best that you get the necessary vaccines and bring the certificate with you. This is a requirement, especially for those coming from the United Kingdom, Canada and United States.
Tourists might find it a little tiring or difficult to engage in outdoor activities if they have respiratory ailments. But it does not mean they do not have to have fun. Just keep your own pacing and don't forget to breathe. Bring your own medicines and other accessories you might need.
If you will be staying there for a long time, it is advisable that you get a Hepatitis B vaccination. Also bring a mosquito net, mosquito repellant and spray to avoid getting dengue and malaria. Have a first aid kit handy for emergency purposes.
Smaller restaurants may be cheaper but you are not always guaranteed if you are eating clean food from them. Avoid meats if you can as they more easily accumulate bacteria. Also avoid ordering their free service water. Bring your own bottled water instead.
Try not to buy salads and cut fruits from their roadside vendors. These are usually exposed to dirt and might cause diarrhea when eaten.
Never eat food and drinks given by strangers. Most locals would offer free tasting to lure you to buy their food. Be wary always.
On railway stations and airports, never leave your luggage unattended. We are not saying that the locals can not be trusted, but it is a fact that pickpockets and thieves are everywhere.
In your hotel room, never leave your suitcase unlocked. Otherwise, try to always bring your valuables with you instead of leaving them in your room.
Women are advised not to travel alone. If you need to get an auto rickshaw or cab and you see another person beside the driver, never get inside the vehicle. It is also advisable for women not to wear daring or revealing clothing.
A money belt is an accessory that keeps your money in place while it is strapped around your waist. Sometimes this is better than keeping your money in your wallet. Thieves will find it harder to grab the money belt compared to a wallet inside your bag.
When going shopping or eating out, go to reputed shops and establishments, especially if you will be using your credit cards. Credit card fraud is quite rampant in India.
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