2. Take out appropriate travel insurance to cover hospital treatment, medical evacuation and any activities, including adventure sports, in which you plan to participate.
3. Before travelling (particularly travelling overseas), register your travel and contact details online or at the local Vietnamese Embassy, high commission or consulate once you arrive, so we can contact you when in need.
4. Obey the law. Consular assistance cannot override local laws, even where local laws appear harsh or unjust by Australian standards.
5. Check to see if you require visas for the country or countries you are visiting or transiting. Be aware that a visa does not guarantee entry.
6. Make copies of your passport details, insurance policy, travellers cheques, visas and credit card numbers. Carry one copy in a separate place to the originals and leave a copy with someone at home.
7. Check with health professionals for information on recommended vaccinations or other precautions and find out about overseas laws on travelling with medicines.
8. Make sure your passport has at least six months validity and carry additional copies of your passport photo with you in case you need a replacement passport while overseas.
Leave a copy of your travel itinerary with someone at home and keep in regular contact with friends and relatives while overseas.
11. Before traveling, the person must make strict procedures on the booking to avoid problems that can make while traveling. Today the internet makes it easy to book online but still problems can occur. The traveler must check all these booking procedures before traveling with a week especially if he will travel by air. The documents also of traveling must be carried in several copies to find them at need.The traveler must ensure that all domestic matters are resolved and tucked in to bed such as paying all accounts, in particular municipal services; canceling any deliveries; ensuring access is available to a trusted friend or relative in the event of a fire or emergency.