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אבי מלניקוב  
#1 Posted : Tuesday, July 22, 2014 11:18:47 PM(UTC)
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Hello ... I long struggled with this question, is it possible to move from India to China mainland (I only have an Israeli passport). Perhaps Burma Road? Many thanks in advance!!!

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גלילאו  
#2 Posted : Wednesday, July 23, 2014 10:24:06 AM(UTC)
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Hey

Not from personal experience, just rumors-from Burma to China free of charge and entrenched throughout the ages. I think it would be easier to fly (80-100 bucks?)

So it is not very popular among hikers, backpackers.

In addition there is also the matter of visa.

If this is the first time China visa in accordance with the law in China are required to get a visa in the country of origin i.e. Israel, although few people have been able to obtain a visa in other countries too. It depends on the mood.

Good luck

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#3 Posted : Thursday, July 24, 2014 6:15:42 PM(UTC)
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Unfortunately the long border between India and China close to passage.
You can enter Nepal Tibet overland, but in recent years, have to do it in an organized manner and expensive (directory, etc.), and worse — you can't keep Tibet to the rest of China but must return to Nepal.
Foreign passport holders can go from India to Western China overland through Pakistan via the famous krakoram-but it's not relevant.
Regarding Burma-before it was possible to get in and out of her flights only. In recent years in/out Burma to China (Thailand to bend), but as far as I know (no personal experience) this is a matter which requires expensive pramits, guide and driver.
In recent months, begin drizzling reports of travelers who cross the land border from India to Burma, in both directions. To understand this crossing also involves achieving pramit (and of course visa to Burma to do in Delhi and possibly in Calcutta). The Indian side of the border is in the State of Manipur, in a town called Moreh, the Burmese side sticks. Looking for updated information on oneliplant or India Forum Mike.
Bottom line: If you're a fan of adventure games, and a very limited budget-worth a try (a good chance to be the first Israeli goes there ...). If not take flight.
אבי מלניקוב  
#4 Posted : Monday, March 30, 2015 8:16:10 PM(UTC)
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I still haven't found out how:/and I have a couple of months for a visa, but I'm sure I will share with you:) and if anyone has new information I would love to know
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#5 Posted : Tuesday, March 31, 2015 2:53:32 PM(UTC)
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See here, 205. Detailed up-to-date report a month ago of someone who walked across mainland from India to Burma. Good luck.

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#6 Posted : Wednesday, April 1, 2015 11:09:27 AM(UTC)
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Therefore I must cross a minimar. The only thing I found that sense:/thank you!
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