Overseas Health Insurance News: Cuisine 'is a major draw to India'
Expatriates relocating abroad to India could be attracted to its culinary culture.
According to Partnership Travel director Tim Durham, food is one of the key reasons people go to the country.
He advised individuals in the nation to only eat in establishments that seem to be "clean and well maintained and are full of local customers", adding: "Be cautious."
However, any food poisoning treatments can be paid for with a comprehensive expatriate travel insurance policy.
People in the country can get a good idea of local cuisine by buying meals in homestays or local restaurants, Mr Durham noted.
According to the US' Central Intelligence Agency's World Factbook, people in India face a high risk of contracting a major infectious disease.
The organisation highlighted waterborne illnesses such as typhoid fever, hepatitis A and E and bacterial diarrhoea as some of these.
Other international healthcare concerns the government body said exist in India include rabies, dengue fever, malaria, Japanese encephalitis, chikungunya and leptospirosis.
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