Tips for Student Travelers to China
Traveling is not an easy thing. There are some tips that students should pay attention to.
1. Before you leave home, check the weather forecast and avoid traveling to places with bad weather that may cause a natural hazard. For example, an ID card is essential to purchasing flight tickets or train tickets and a student’s identity card can help you enter attractions with less money.
2. Contact parents at regular intervals, telling them your whereabouts and your companions’ contact information which can help them find you if you encounter some emergencies.
3. Pay attention to your student’s identity card, ID card, and bank card. Losing one of these will bring you a lot of trouble during traveling.
4. Remember to bring a flashlight in case of the failure of electricity. In addition, if you travel to a forest or climb the mountain at night, a flashlight will help you to explore the way.
5. Remember to bring a map or compass so that you will not get lost.
6. Remember to bring enough drinking water. Drinking water is necessary for travelers, especially for the travelers who travel to the place that has no drinking water, such as sea or mountain.
7. Prepare some common medicines for unexpected needs. When traveling, small injuries and minor ailments can hardly be avoided. Necessary medicines can help you cope with emergencies.
8. Get far away from the dangerous areas, such as cliffs, deep water, or somewhere beasts of prey live. Because students’ power and ability cannot handle such dangers.
9. Don’t believe in strangers. Many lawbreakers tend to cheat student travelers because they seem to have a less social experience. Don’t believe in their words, cheap tickets, cheap touring party, and cheap hotel.
10. Remain collective spirit. It’s dangerous for a student leaving his team to act alone because a wonderful trip sometimes happens with unknown danger and unity is the strength!