Travel Etiquette: Tipping

Every world traveler knows that tipping can be very tricky since different countries follow very different tipping rules.

To give an example of these country variations, I was born in a no-tipping society (Brazil) and I now live in a country (USA) where tipping (15-20%) is almost mandatory in the service industry.

The infographic below, which describes the tipping customs in several countries, will definitely make tipping way easier during your next trip abroad!

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Via: Mint

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