Malta to India
Malta is a European country in the central Mediterranean between the North African coast and Sicily. It is mostly known for its Roman, Moor, Knights of Saint, John, French and British historic sites and numerous fortresses and temples. However, the citizens of this country have always the desire for exploring India and its history. That’s why the Indian government has allowed Malta citizens to apply for an Indian travel online by filling passport details on the application.
On approval of the application, the electronic form of visa is sent to the applicants’ inbox.
Designated seaports and airport of India for the Malta citizens:
Now, the citizens of Malta can visit India by these following ports:
Airports: Ahmedabad, Amritsar, Bag Dogra, Bengaluru, Bhubaneshwar, Calicut, Chennai, Chandigarh, Cochin, Coimbatore, Delhi, Gaya, Goa, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Kolkata, Lucknow, Madurai, Mangalore, Mumbai, Nagpur Port Bihar, Pune, Tiruchirappalli, Trivandrum, Varanasi, and Travelkhapatnam.
Seaports: Cochin, Goa, Mangalore, Chennai, and Mumbai.
Wonderful places to visit in India:
- Chaturbhuj Temple, Orchha
- Borra Caves, Vishakapatnam
- The Ridge, Shimla
- Tso Moriri Lake, Ladakh
- Mysore Palace, Mysore
- Bangalore Palace, Bangalore
- Bhimbhetka Rock Shelter, Raisen
- Victoria Terminus, Mumbai
- Lingaraja Temple, Khurja
- Jagannath Temple, Puri
India- Malta relations
India and Malta enjoy friendly and cordial friendship. India is one of the first countries to recognize the freedom of Malta in the year 1964 and has established diplomatic relations in 1965. Both countries share membership of the Commonwealth.
The best dishes, Malta traveler can enjoy: Momo, Chilli Potato, Bengali Rasgulla, Kashmiri Pulao, Pyaazi Kachori, Kahwah, Meat Curry Thenthu, Paneer Tikka, Biryani, Seafood, Chichen Tandoori, Khasta Kachori, Sharbat, Lassi, Butter Paneer, Mughlai food, etc.
Temperament of Indians for Malta
Warm-hearted, humble, helpful, kind, supportive and welcoming.
Tips to remember when you visit in India:
- Keep your visa and passport on your tour bag.
- Don’t share your information to any unknown person.
- Remove your sleepers and shoes before entering temples and shrines.
- Avoid kissing and hugging your partners in public places.
- Stay in highly secured government shelters or hotels.
- Don’t indulge yourself in fast foods of India such as Samosa, Vada Pav, etc.
- Don’t roam alone on the shady streets at night.
- Wear modest clothes.
- Also, pack some seasonal clothes so that you can safeguard yourself from the changing weather of India.
- Keep some cash with you always, and don’t forget to have credit and debit cards.