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Visitors to India mush obtain a visa from an Indian diplomatic mission unless they are from a country which has visa-free travel provision to India. India offers visa-free entry to the citizens of Bhutan, Nepal and Maldives (for 90 days). Travelers having an Overseas Citizens of India document or a Person of Indian Origin Card are also exempted from obtaining Indian visa.
The Indian government, in order to give a massive boost to the tourism industry of the country, has introduced policy of e-Tourist Visa from November 2014. The Electronic Travel Authorisation (ETA) facility has become operational for the citizens of 40 countries. The list of 40 countries also includes the countries which have visa-on-arrival policy. However, the list of the 40 countries were further expanded to 113 countries in August 2015.
The policy of e-Tourist Visa started on 15 April 2015 extends this facility to the citizens of Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States of America and many more. The citizens of Japan can also avail the facility of visa on arrival since 1st March 2016.
The application for e-Tourist Visa has to be applied at least four days in advance of the date of arrival to India. The visa is valid for single entry and offers a maximum stay of 30 days from the date of arrival. The visa can be obtained twice in a calendar year and cannot be extended. The fees of eTV are divided in four slabs of zero, USD 25, USD 48 and USD 60, depending on nationality, and includes a bank fee of 2.5% of the visa fee. As of now, the e-Tourist Visa allows arrival at the 16 international airports located in Ahmedabad, Amritsar, Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi, Gaya, Goa, Jaipur, Kochi, Kolkata, Lucknow, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Thiruvananthapuram, Tiruchi and Varanasi.
Please note, the visa policy of a country is subjected to change. Visit the nearest Indian diplomatic mission in your respective country or check with the website of Indian Visa for more updated information.
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Whether it maybe a small trip or a huge family get together, without proper planning chaos is sure to follow. For people travelling aboard Riyadh to Doha flight here are few tips which could be added in your itinerary.
The Capital of The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Riyadh is a city of equal importance historically and growth wise. Built on a plateau the weather is very arid, with very hot summers and warm winters. The city presets a gamut of history, adventure, sports,
Starting with the historical places of interest, Diriyah was the home of the Saudi Royal Family. It still has immaculately restored historical places and museums. Salwa Palace, Saad Bin Saud, At Turaif Bath house, and Imam Mohammad Bin Saud Mosque are few places with maximum tourist visits. Masmak Fort is a mud and brick wonder, built in 1865. The National Museum houses many antiques and monuments of the past era.
Wadi Hanif is for people who enjoy the outdoors. The biggest outdoor park stretching at 80kms, it has ecofriendly roads, and six open parks. Water channels flowing between the parks are a great place to cool down in the hot weather. Al Ahsa Oasis is the largest palm tree plantation with 1.5 million trees. It is the greenest part of the city and is blessed with a number of springs.
Al Faisaliah Tower at 267 mtrs is owned by a Saudi Prince. It is occupied by a five star hotel, offices, luxury apartments, and the Sky shopping mall which has all international retail and shops. The top most floor is famous for The Glass Orb.
Riyadh Airport and Hotels
King Khalid International Airport has the biggest land area in the world. There are a plethora of duty free shops, and shops selling local handicraft and souvenirs. The food court has many international outlets along with traditional cuisine restaurants. To travel to and fro taxis and a few hotel shuttles are available.
Luxury hotels near the airport are Novotel, Makarim Riyadh, and Holiday Inn. The mid-range hotels are Leen Resorts and Laden Chalets.
Doha is bordered by the Persian Gulf, but also is mainly a desert. The weather is very hot in summers but winters are pleasant. The city has tried to preserve its slowly diminishing heritage through museums and villages, before totally getting lost in the newly developing high rise buildings.
To get a view of most Islamic Art collection, one must start off with a visit to the Museum of Islamic Arts. Housing an impressive collection of wall hangings, porcelain, calligraphy and Korans, it is a must visit. Mathaf a Museum for Modern Art has a collection of paintings starting from 1840 till present. Katara is a traditional village which has local art bazaars, music festivals and local culinary festivals too. There is a souq for handicrafts, restaurants, cafes and a private beach Al Yazwa Public Beach.
The Pearl, next on the itinerary is a manmade island which has residential buildings, apart from being the place for high end fine dining restaurants. The Corniche is the best place to either end the day or spend the whole day. It is a long stretch of bay with numerous cafes, restaurants, souqs and centers offering water sports.
Doha has a mix of modern shopping malls and traditional souks. The Souq Waqif is the best place for traditional shopping.Villagio is a Venetian themed shopping mall with international brands. Landmark is built like a traditional fort but is quite modern with international and regional outlets. City Center Doha is the largest mall.
About Doha Airport
Hamad International Airport can be reached by taxis which is the fastest means. The airport has many International outlets along with regional outlets and duty free shops. There are multi cuisine restaurants along with fast food joints and cafes.
Out of the choices of luxury hotels near the airport Doha Marriott Hotel, Oryx Rotana, Al Mirquab, and Mushereif- Souk Waquif Boutique hotels are a few names. Copthorne, Concorde, Movenpick, and Retaj Royal Doha are a few names for people looking for budget hotels.
Planning for your Riyadh to Doha flight should be done in winters.
In which countries are Sharjah and Chennai located?
Sharjah is a major city in United Arab Emirates and Chennai is a major city in India.
Which is the primary airport in Sharjah?
The primary airport in Sharjah is Sharjah United Arab Emirates SHJ Sharjah Intl. The airport codes is SHJ.
Which is the primary airport in Chennai?
The primary airport in Chennai is Chennai International Airport. The airport codes is MAA.
What is the average cost of a flight ticket from Sharjah to Chennai?
The average fare from Sharjah to Chennai is 770.7 AED
What are the major stopover airports on this route?
The major stopover airports on this route is Colombo-CMB , Dubai-DXB , Mumbai-BOM , Muscat-MCT , Hyderabad-HYD , Madurai-IXM , Bengaluru-BLR , Doha-DOH , Kuwait-KWI , Delhi-DEL , Abu Dhabi-AUH , Manama-BAH , Riyadh-RUH , Kochi-COK
What are the major airlines that fly between these routes?
The major airlines that fly between these destinations are Air Arabia-G9 , Mihin Lanka-MJ , Sri Lankan-UL , Emirates-EK , Air India-AI , IndiGo-6E , Flydubai-FZ , Jet Airways-9W , Alitalia-AZ , Etihad Airways-EY , Jet Lite-S2 , Virgin Atlantic-VS , Oman Air-WY , Malaysia-MH , SpiceJet-SG , Air Canada-AC , Qatar Airways-QR , Kuwait Airways-KU , Air France-AF , ANA-NH , Qantas Airways-QF , airberlin-AB , South African-SA , KLM-KL , Gulf Air-GF , Turkish Airlines-TK , Ethiopian Airlines-ET , Air Seychelles-HM , NIKI-HG , Saudi Airlines-SV.
What are the aircrafts that are used on this route?
Commonly, the aircrafts used on this route are Airbus-320, Airbus-332, Boeing-773, Boeing-77W, Boeing-73H, Boeing-738, Boeing-73M, Airbus-321, Airbus-32A, Boeing-737, Airbus-319, Airbus-333, Airbus-330, Boeing-788, Boeing-739, Boeing-772, ATR-AT7
What is the currency of Sharjah?
The currency of Sharjah is AED.
What is the currency of Chennai?
The currency of Chennai is INR.
What is the time taken to fly between the two cities?
The time taken to fly between Sharjah to Chennai is 4 hours 0 mins. However, this time is an estimate and is bound to change, depending on the stopover and flight route.
What is the distance between the two cities?
The distance between the two cities is 2921.61 km.
What is the time zone of Sharjah?
The time zone followed by Sharjah is Asia/Dubai which is 4 hours and 0 mins ahead the GMT.
What is the time zone of Chennai?
The time zone followed by Chennai is Asia/Kolkata which is 5 hours and 30 mins ahead the GMT.