Chinese citizens are fined for wearing gold ornaments in Nepal.

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 Chinese citizens are fined for wearing gold ornaments in Nepal.


Photo source: website of Chinese Embassy in Nepal. The Chinese Embassy in Nepal reminds the Chinese tourists again that Nepal strictly controls gold, silver and foreign exchange in accordance with Nepalese customs regulations. It is forbidden to carry more than 50 grams of gold or 100 grams of silver jewellery into the country and strictly prohibit the entry of any unprocessed gold and silver into the country. The violators are detained and punished with the charges of smuggling. If you are carrying more than 5000 dollars or equal value of foreign exchange cash and bill of exchange, you should take the initiative to declare and keep the declaration form to the Nepal customs in order to prepare for the departure, if the relevant customs declaration forms can not be issued, and may be detained and punished with a heavy penalty. In addition, Nepal is strictly prohibited from bringing in fresh animals and plants, endangered rare animals and plants and their products, and antique cultural relics. When you enter Nepal border, please do not carry ivory, mahogany, turtle shell, rhinoceros horn and doubtful ornaments. Do not carry prohibited objects such as ancient Buddha statues or old Thangka. We invite Chinese citizens to fully understand the provisions of Nepal customs related prohibited articles and strictly abide by the relevant provisions in order to smooth the customs clearance and safeguard their legitimate rights and interests before going to Nepal. Source: China News Network Editor: Qiao Jing _NN6607 The Chinese Embassy in Nepal reminds the Chinese tourists again that Nepal strictly controls gold, silver and foreign exchange in accordance with Nepalese customs regulations. It is forbidden to carry more than 50 grams of gold or 100 grams of silver jewellery into the country and strictly prohibit the entry of any unprocessed gold and silver into the country. The violators are detained and punished with the charges of smuggling. If you are carrying more than 5000 dollars or equal value of foreign exchange cash and bill of exchange, you should take the initiative to declare and keep the declaration form to the Nepal customs in order to prepare for the departure, if the relevant customs declaration forms can not be issued, and may be detained and punished with a heavy penalty. In addition, Nepal is strictly prohibited from bringing in fresh animals and plants, endangered rare animals and plants and their products, and antique cultural relics. When you enter Nepal border, please do not carry ivory, mahogany, turtle shell, rhinoceros horn and doubtful ornaments. Do not carry prohibited objects such as ancient Buddha statues or old Thangka. We invite Chinese citizens to fully understand the provisions of Nepal customs related prohibited articles and strictly abide by the relevant provisions in order to smooth the customs clearance and safeguard their legitimate rights and interests before going to Nepal.