Asia Countries Visas | Visa regulations in Asia vary according to country. It’s usually more difficult to obtain a visa for China that do not allow any material not supporting the political regime and you may be required to declare antiques on arrival.
When traveling to Brunei and China you’re not allowed to take historic items out of the country. According to each country’s bilateral agreements, such as the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, some citizens may not require a visa to enter or exit the countries included in the agreement.
For transport of animals you need a valid veterinary certificate and to enter Japan you’ll also need a microchip. Most of the countries in Asia, including Bangladesh, Bhutan and The Philippines, are members of CITES.
For import and export it’s strictly forbidden to carry firearms, narcotics and endangered species. When traveling to India you are allowed to carry firearms if you hold an ownership certificate.
In most cases free export applies to handicrafts exported for non-commercial purposes. The import and export regulations for foreign currency are normally quite strict and you are recommended to declare on arrival. At most airports you are required to pay a departure fee.
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