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Travel Advisory

ANNOUNCEMENT
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs would like to notify that a relief flight is being arranged to and from Singapore for Bhutanese on the following dates: DATE FLIGHT NO SECTOR ...
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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs would like to offer the following travel advice before travelling abroad for a smooth and pleasant journey:

  1. Travellers must carry a passport which has a validity of more than 6 months.
  2. Travellers must ensure that they have the required visas/permits to enter the destination country.
  3. Many countries have restrictions on items entering/leaving the country, including food, pets, and medications. Travellers are encouraged to check with the embassies and consulates of the destination country or the official websites of the relevant authorities of the destination country on such regulations. 
  4. Travellers who violate foreign customs rules may be detained at the airport, fined, have the items confiscated, and, in some cases, be sentenced to prison.
  5. Travellers are encouraged to check their luggages to ensure that there are no prohibited items such as explosives, firearms and lethal weapons, drugs, antiques, ivory etc. While at the airport, avoid handling abandoned packages or briefcases.
  6. Travellers are encouraged to carry the address and telephone numbers of their hotel as well as note the contact details of the nearest Bhutanese Embassy/Mission/Consulate. In areas where there are no Bhutanese Embassies/Missions/Consulates, travellers are advised to contact the nearest Offices of Bhutan’s Honorary Consuls and Friendship Associations. The contact details are available on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  7. Travellers must, in the event of a loss of passport, immediately report to the nearest local police station and acquire a police report.
  8. If a victim of crime, travellers must immediately report to the nearest local police station and contact the nearest Bhutanese Embassy/Mission/Consulate.
  9. Travellers are encouraged to carry either a printed or soft copy of their passport, visas and extra copies of passport size photographs. It is advisable to leave a copy of the travel itinerary and passport copy with family/friends in Bhutan for ease of contact.
  10. Travellers should check and adhere to the local laws and customs of the destination country. Always remember to take permission before taking photographs of religious/cultural sites, military installations, government buildings or transportation facilities.
  11. Travellers should refrain from carrying large amounts of cash. It is advisable to keep it in a safe place such as a room safe/vault. Exchange money from authorised agents/banks.
  12. For security reasons, travellers are encouraged to lock their hotel room doors at all times and meet visitors in the hotel lobby. It is also advisable not to accept food/drinks/packages from strangers.