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In our ongoing series on travel hacks that can come in handy on your trip, we’ve told you so far how to charge your phone without a wall plug. We’ve also given you tips to pack the right way to keep your clothes wrinkle-free. Don’t forget these cool hacks to book cheap flight tickets and pack toiletries the smart way. And today, we share with you tips to keep your cash safe on a trip. Also Read - Booster Dose of Covishield Vaccine Can Help Fight Emerging COVID Variants: ICMR Study

With more and more people opting for forex cards, there isn’t much need to carry too much cash when you travel. So if you are going abroad, get one for yourself from your bank which can be used later too. Or, you could also use your credit or debit card. Even so, you will still want to carry some cash on you. And here’s how to make sure it stays safe. Also Read - ‘Sonu Bangyi Sexy’: TMKOC's Nidhi Bhanushali Drops Smoking Hot Photo Flaunting Her Beach Bod in Purple Crop Top

First things first, do not put all your cash together in one wallet or pocket. Ideally you should also keep your cards and cash separately so that you can use the other if you lose one. The next thing is to keep cash in places where it isn’t easily visible. You can buy a money belt which has a zip pouch where you can safely store your cash as well as other important things like your dricingCarry only an amount that you think you need for the day, the rest can be in your hotel room. If your room has a safe, make sure you lock it in there using a password. If it doesn’t hide it well in your suitcase.

You can use empty chapstick tubes for this. Roll the notes into a bundle and then stash them in the tube and keep them with other toiletries. You could also keep them in a pair of socks. Make sure when you are out you do not take out too much money at once. Also don’t go an ATM that is secluded especially in the night. Be careful and your cash will be safe.

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