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The Malaysian Government has decided to discontinue the “Visa on Arrival” or VOA as it is popularly called effective from 16th August, 2010.
VOA scheme was offered to a select group of countries, of which India was a part, in which, Malaysian Immigration would grant 7-15 days visa at the port of entry into Malaysia, whether by Air, Ship or Land, irrespective of mode of travel.
Now all travelers planning to enter Malaysia for tourism or otherwise will now have to ensure that they have proper entry permits while planning the trip.
Of all the chaotic schedule I have, last week there were some more activities at my end.
1. I introduced Captcha on comment form to scare away the spams.
2. Only 2 days later I realized I was not able to reply to comments on my site though I could comment elsewhere. I have done a workaround but that’s not a solution.
3. My personal gmail account to which my other accounts are attached was hacked. I am yet to assess the total damage. If you get any communications from me, I have …
Sometime back I had written about ASI (Archaeological Survey of India) being an issuing authority for a common entry ticket for all World Heritage sites in India. This was mainly done to reduce the waiting period in queue and other hassles faced while visiting these places.
After buying entrance tickets these people are waiting for security check
Tickets for individual sites are also made
A simple way to shoo away the deadly…
At the time of our travel to Malaysia, everywhere it was Swine Flu doing its job of scaring people. At KLIA (Kuala Lumpur International Airport) there were doctors to
This is your new hostess Nisha. As some of you know, this blog is handed over to us by Cuckoo.
I used to read her blog and sometime back had asked for her help in setting up my own travel blog. Recently she contacted me and popped up the question of owning her blog.
I was both exhilarated and sad.
Nonetheless, I will try to serve you same menu but it is going to be with different flavour and recipe. I will try to match Cuckoo’s
In this time of global warming and saving natural resources, someone in middle-east has invented this eco-bike. Please welcome it with a round of applause.
But let me warn you, you need a good practice to ride it.
If you are taking a road trip in India, Google Maps has made it easy for you. You can now find detailed driving directions between any two places of India.
I tried to get a road map from Mumbai to Aurangabad. It not only gave me a complete route but exact direction as where to turn. One shortcoming though… It gives you the shortest path available without checking main road or sub-lanes.
You can click on the map for a better view.
But then the map breaks the whole route into smaller routes …