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Tips for Safety and Security of Tourists

A few simple precautions should be sufficient to ensure your safety:
Take help from Tourism police and other police officers on duty as per need.
Leave valuables and important papers, such as jewelry, foreign currency and passports, secured in your hotel’s safe deposit box. Never leave these items unattended in your room or carry large sums of cash and valuables on your person.
Carry your wallet in an inside jacket pocket or side trouser pocket, never in the rear pocket.
Always keep a photocopy of your passport and visa while moving in the city.
Do not move in any unknown vehicle. Ask for pre-paid taxi/auto. Take help from the hotel manager and or Tourism Police for vehicle assistance.
Do not take cycle rickshaw. These are neither safe nor balanced. There is always possibility of falling down from the cycle rickshaws.
In case in (emergency) you take cycle rickshaw, Please pull up the hood/top of the rickshaw. It will also make you secure from incidents like snatching and eve-teasing.
Carry small bags in the bend of your elbow, held close to your body.
Be wary of unexpected persons coming to your hotel room. Never open the door to unsolicited room service or maintenance people. Contact the front desk if you have any doubts.
Do not take any eatable from any unknown person or taxi driver.
Unless familiar with area topography avoid unguided movements at night (after 8 PM)

 

 
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