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Tips For Going To International Festivals

Festivals have no boundaries. So, no matter where you are, you can attend any festival in the world. Going to international festivals is more challenging than going to a local festival. You need a lot of preparation. Here are some tips that can help you to enjoy an international festival.

Pack light

International festivals are crowded. During the time of the festival, the nearby hotels and restaurants will be booked. You may have to go from one place to another in search of a hotel or restaurant.

You may also have to hop on a bus, train, or taxi. So, you should pack light. Also, people may steal things from you, and it’s better not to take anything unnecessary or expensive.

Pack well

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You should pack the necessary items. These include scissors, safety pins, sunglass, a scarf or bandanna to protect your head from dust or wind, baby wipes, a phone charger, sunscreen, a wallet, a mobile phone, and headphones.

These are all useful and will come in handy. Of course, you will have to pack your clothes and shoes, but make sure you take them in a limited amount. You should carry a windbreaker too. It is like a raincoat and has a hat. It protects you not only from rain but also from wind. It will make you look good too.

 Make friends

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You will meet lots of people at the festival, and you should take the opportunity to make new friends. You can meet new people at the bus, hotel, or other places. This will allow you to learn about new culture too.

Carry food and water

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Though there will be lots of restaurants and food stalls at the festival venue, you should still carry light snacks and water with you. The restaurants and food stalls may be full, and you may not get a chance to sit there.

You should make sure that you have your ID on you and you know the venue of the festival and timing. As the place will be very crowded, you might get lost, so you need to be careful.