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I spent two weeks in India in 2017 - I was there on business visiting a couple pharma companies in Mumbai, Hyderabad, and Bangalore. I absolutely loved the trip and had a great time. In general Indians were incredibly friendly and welcoming, and a huge percent could speak at least conversational English which made getting around super easy (basically the total opposite of mainland China). The biggest downsides were the long-ass flight from the US (total of 19 hours in the air with one stop in Newark), the heat, and the precautions you need to take with food/water. Would love to go back as a tourist in the future. I did get approached by women somewhat regularly, but not as often during my previous trips to mainland China.