5 travel emergencies and how to handle them

Knowing how to deal with travel emergencies can mean the difference between a disappointing holiday, or a chance to make an adventure out of an unfortunate situation.
Knowing how to deal with travel emergencies can mean the difference between a disappointing holiday, or a chance to make an adventure out of an unfortunate situation.PHOTO: ST FILE

SINGAPORE - When it comes to travel, things are bound to go wrong once in a while. You might lose your passport, have your credit card stolen, or have your luggage delayed. Knowing how to deal with these travel emergencies can mean the difference between a disappointing holiday, or a chance to make an adventure out of an unfortunate situation.

Make a police report in the country you are in. Ask for a copy of the report, an acknowledgement slip or receipt, or the report number, name and location of the police station.

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