Rules that you should follow when you travel around the world
Briton Lloyd Figgins adviser specialized tourism in safety matters, recommends travelers go to countries under military dictatorships or totalitarian, to document prior to departure on the violation of laws for many Westerners might seem absurd, many of them on freedom of expression. North Korea Totalitarian dictatorship in North Korea, where Kim Jong-un is the supreme ruler, involves very harsh laws that apply to anyone who violates local or tourist.
Thailand One of the most popular tourist destinations exotic Thailand is not as harmless as it seems for tourists hungry for entertainment. The country is controlled by the military junta in May 2014 and that any military dictatorship, there are limitations that must be taken into account. Freedom of expression is concerned and this time, so do not criticize the coup, avoid making risky political statements and do not take part in protests or demonstrations. It is illegal to make or offensive comments to criticize King Bhumibol Adulyadej, as well as other monarchs in history. Such a mistake can be considered crime of lese majesty punishable by up to 15 years in prison. Foreigners can go to jail and if found on their small amounts of drugs for their own use, while for drug trafficking can apply the death penalty. Lastly, visitors will be surprised to find that some broadcasters are not allowed to transmit here, and many sites such as publications Western news are restricted, said the expert in tourism Lloyd Figgins for Daily Mail.