With the recent terror attacks in London and Manchester, many are understandably concerned about travel safety. Seven were killed and 48 injured when three terrorists ran down pedestrians on London Bridge and stabbed Borough Market visitors on June 3, while a suicide bomb attack at Ariana Grande’s Manchester Arena concert on May 22 killed 23 and injured 119.
Traveling to London or any other major cities might seem riskier, but there are a few precautionary steps you can take while maintaining your travel plans. In the event you’re in the face of terror, do take note of these safety tips.
In the event of a disaster, a handy reference list of emergency contact numbers in various countries can be found here.
Text: Anvita Gupta, Atika Lim & Lisa Twang