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Objects of archaeological or historical value may not be exported and should not be purchased.
Custom Duties

Beside personal effects, foreign visitors are allowed to bring in duty-free: 200 cigarettes or 50 cigars; two bottles or 12 cans of beer or one bottle of distilled liquor.

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There are limitations on importing certain items such as cameras, videos and electronic goods and restrictions on exporting certain items. Those with nothing to declare may proceed directly to the Green Channel where their luggage will be X-rayed. Those with declarations must use the Red Channel where they will be met by a customs official.

Objects of archaeological or historical value may not be exported and should not be purchased. All metal statues, and antique paintings, carpets and other objects must be checked by the Department of Archaeology before being sent or carried out.

Travel agents and craft dealers can assist you in the process. For more information, contact the Customs Department, Tripureshwor.

Telephone no: 4220363, 4215525, 4221781


 
 
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