12 things can ruin your holiday

The notes below can help you stay away from unexpected problems that make your holiday break. Going to new places to enjoy the beauty of man and nature … is always an urge for all visitors. However, during the trip, you may face some trouble that they can turn your dream vacation into a nightmare. Here are 12 of the most dangerous and useful tips that can help you stay away from unexpected problems that make your vacation “unforgettable”.

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Stealing

Stealing is a global issue. In Thailand, even valuable things, money in the safe can also disappear due to theft. You should store your valuables in different places and put money on your credit card. Pay attention to your personal belongings, especially when you are on the beach or stroll through crowded markets.

Traffic

Only local people can grasp how traffic rules operate in their local area. Pay close attention and be careful when traveling, ask local people for the correct traffic notes and directions.

Jellies, coral and some colorful fishes

A lot of dangerous and dangerous marine life can include some species of fish, jellyfish and coral that live in warm waters in tropical countries. When you touch the jellyfish most likely your skin will get irritated. The best way to protect you from these risky coastal residents is to wear special shoes and avoid touching them even when they look extremely cute. In addition, you need to pay attention to important warning signs, such as a red flag placed on the beach, which means “No swimming!”.

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Street food

Street food is popular in all Asian countries. Street food can cause some trouble with some people not accustomed to spicy foods and often suffer from digestive disorders. If you do not eat spicy or allergy to any food, ask the cook to not spice too much or remove some of the food in your dish.

Water area splashed on the beach

The waves that can hit you ashore can also travel away from the sea in seconds. If you are caught in this stream, do not try to swim upstream to get back to shore because its swept force is much greater than your strength. Instead, you can swim across the stream parallel to the shore and reach where the current is weak to swim ashore.

Mosquitoes and insects

Mosquitoes infect terrible diseases including the Zika virus, malaria … and they are found in most tropical countries. To avoid the danger of death, do not forget to spray mosquito repellent and insect repellent or insect repellent.

Water

Tap water is not safe for consumption in some parts of the world. However, sometimes we forget that stone served in bars is made from the same source of water. It is best to drink bottled water at the shops and supermarkets.

Types of plants

Exotic plants can endanger your health. Therefore, avoid touching unfamiliar trees during picnic occasions.

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Monkeys

The creatures seem to be harmless in some countries like Thailand but in some other countries they are quite aggressive and even attack visitors for them food. You should remove all jewelry and hide your camera properly when visiting the monkey sanctuary, otherwise monkeys will not hesitate and boldly steal all that you have.

Reptiles

Snake venomous, centipedes are common in tropical and subtropical countries. However, most of them only attack in the case of wanting to defend against danger. So, walk carefully, pay attention and never touch them.

Sunburn

Excessive sunlight and solar radiation can cause sunburn that damages your skin. Remember to use sunscreen every time you go out. You can also wear light long-sleeved clothing to prevent direct sunlight from entering the skin.

The hunters at sea

Shark attacks on tourists happen quite often. However, to avoid such risks, do not swim when you have open wounds because blood smells attract sharks. In addition, sharks are color-blind creatures that react to contrasting colors, thus avoiding bright or contrasting swimwear when navigating to shark-warged waters.

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