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♦ Visa requirements for Indian citizens
♦ 22 International Destinations Every Middle Class Indian Can Afford
♦ 22 Cheap destinations for 2017 with great weather in April
♦ Hong Kong:
- VISA Information
- Pre-arrival Registration (Immigration Department)
♦ How many countries have currencies less valuable than the Indian rupee
Reader's comment from the page: This doesn't matter much as PPP (purchasing power parity) of a currency matters more than it's value vis-a-vis other currencies mostly USD (since currencies fluctuate and most are only traded against the dollar, some are partially convertible or full convertible and that's a different level of confusion altogether). A good and easy to understand gauge, however, is the Big Mac index created by The Economist in 1986 to measure how much would in cost to buy a Big Mac (cheese-burger manufactured by McDonald's) in different countries. Based on this you could value how much different currencies are devalued against the dollar. The Big Mac index
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♦ 39 Tips Every Backpacker Should Know
I'm NOT a backpacker, and I don't like to use that term on myself, but sharing this for whoever may find it beneficial.