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Accommodation Bangalore

Bookshops - the best bookshops are available along MG Road (Gangarams Book Bureau and Higginbothams) and also Church Street (Premier Bookshop)

Clothing and Dress code - women wearing revealing tops and skirts that are fairly showy can cause locals in Bangalore to stare. When visiting temples and shrines, you will be expected to dress appropriately and may be asked to cover your head and even remove your shoes

Credit Cards, Cash and Haggling - credit cards are accepted all over Bangalore, although it is wise to exchange some into Indian Rupees. Having some of the local currency helps when haggling at local bazaars and markets

Drinking Water - do not drink tap water anywhere in the city of Bangalore. Bottled water is safe as long as the seal is intact, although ice should be avoided. Bringing water purification tablets is sensible

Internet Access - numerous Internet cafes are situated all around Accommodation Bangalore city centre, with the most popular located along Residency Road and at the City Train Station

Left Luggage - both Bangalore's Central Bus Stand and City Train Station offer 24-hour cloakrooms, where you can safely leave your luggage for a small daily charge

Media News - for events listing and what's on guides, 'Bangalore This Fortnight' can be found at tourist centers and is free of charge. Also look out for the 'City Reporter', the 'Deccan Herald' and the 'Times of India'

Medical Services - Mallya Hospital is located along Vittal Mallya Road and features a 24-hour pharmacy

Mobile Phones - bring your mobile to Bangalore. It is quite simple to join the local network and regional calls are inexpensive

Pickpockets - busy crowds are when pickpockets are likely to be present. Be alert and prepared, conceal valuables, cameras and if possible, do use a money belt

Tipping - you will be expected to tip when eating out at Accommodation Bangalore restaurants, as long as you are happy with your meal and service. Both taxi drivers and hotel porters will also be expecting a tip

Toilets - decent hotels will feature sit-down toilets and also provide toilet paper, which should be disposed of in the adjacent bin. However, at Bangalore's most basic accommodation, traditional Indian-style 'squat' toilets may also be on offer and toilet paper may not be supplied. Instead you will have to simply use the tap and jug provided

Travel Agents - A number of slightly dodgy travel agents have arrived in Bangalore and are simply out to get your money. Always make sure that the travel agent is a member of one an official accredited associations, such as the Indian Association of Tour Operators. Also, ask them to write down exactly what has been agreed

Visas and Passports - those arriving in Bangalore from outside of India will require both a current passport and relevant visa, obtainable from local Indian embassies

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