Travel Aids - Insect Repellent Tips for Adult Southeast Asia Travelers

Travel Aids - Insect Repellent Tips for Adult Southeast Asia Travelers
Here are travel tips on how to apply insect repellent while traveling in Southeast Asia. The tropical Asian countries are a breeding ground for mosquitoes. This is no problem for the traveler who knows how to prevent mosquito bites.

These tips are for adult Southeast Asia travelers using a sray. Check for types that provide protection from mosquitoes, ticks, biting flies, chiggers and etc.

1. Hold the bottle 6-8 inches from the body.

2. Do not spray face, but do spray arms, legs and body plus clothing.

3. Spray a small amount in the palm of a hand.

4. Rub the contents of the palm on face and neck.

Remember the spray is for external use only. Also, the spray is flammable. Many travelers attend beach bonfires on their vacations. Ensure the skin and clothing is dry before venturing near the fire. Enjoy the night festivities.

Buy a spray bottle of insect repellent for your trip. A spray bottle is better when traveling. An aerosol can can trigger the metal detector.
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