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I am going on walkabout for a couple of months to avoid the UK weather. Starting in Bombay then up to Calcutta on a train and then fly to Thailand. I fancy coming to Cambodia overland. I am not leaving here until Nov 1 st so plenty of time.
Is the land border open and can I get a visa on arrival ? 30 days is plenty.
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Land borders are open and you get VOA 30 days.
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There are also no Covid restrictions anymore in Cambodia.
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The road trip sounds interesting, too. I for one would welcome photos and words on the experience.
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2sevensclash wrote: Tue Oct 04, 2022 4:28 pm I am going on walkabout for a couple of months to avoid the UK weather. Starting in Bombay then up to Calcutta on a train and then fly to Thailand. I fancy coming to Cambodia overland. I am not leaving here until Nov 1 st so plenty of time.
Is the land border open and can I get a visa on arrival ? 30 days is plenty.
thanks
dont ya mean across to Calcutta? Once there head north to Darjeeling, fantastic place
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phuketrichard wrote: Tue Oct 04, 2022 8:59 pm
2sevensclash wrote: Tue Oct 04, 2022 4:28 pm I am going on walkabout for a couple of months to avoid the UK weather. Starting in Bombay then up to Calcutta on a train and then fly to Thailand. I fancy coming to Cambodia overland. I am not leaving here until Nov 1 st so plenty of time.
Is the land border open and can I get a visa on arrival ? 30 days is plenty.
thanks
dont ya mean across to Calcutta? Once there head north to Darjeeling, fantastic place
You might still need a special permit to enter, not sure, but Sikkim is up there too.

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Freightdog wrote: Tue Oct 04, 2022 7:26 pm The road trip sounds interesting, too. I for one would welcome photos and words on the experience.
2nd this, travel pics always welcome!
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Might i make a suggestion as one who has travelled alot of India by Bicycle., train, flying and bus's

Forget Bombay< fly into Delhi than train to Agra, train to Varanasi- Overland up to Kathmandu Nepal, (crazy to be in that part of the world and skip Nepal) figure 7 days for Kathmandu valley, 12 if you want take in Pokhara and 4+ weeks if you really want see Nepal by trekking into the mtns, The Annapurna trek is amazing and u can walk the whole way or take jeeps and even bus's if ur time is running out
Than bus across to Siliguri and than the toy train up to Darjeeling, Back down to Calcutta fly to Bangkok

figure 2 months excluding the trekking

OR Fly into Delhi- trains across to Agra- Varanasi- Calcutta- up to Darjeeling , across to Kathmandu and fly to Bangkok

enjoy
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Bombay, Calcutta? Do you guys still think it's the days of the Raj or something?
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John Bingham wrote: Wed Oct 05, 2022 11:32 am Bombay, Calcutta? Do you guys still think it's the days of the Raj or something?
Calcutta is a great city an staying at the Fairlawn does make it feel like ur in a era of days gone by :beer3:
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