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You know exactly if you are supposed to leave a tip in your country. And how big that tip should be. You might know as well how much to leave on your continent. But what is the tipping etiquette in other countries?
Did you know that there are countries where you are considered rude if you leave a tip? You might think it is a nice gesture, being common in your culture, but leaving a tip to taxi drivers in Japan and China, for instance, is rude.
As a general rule, a 10% tip at restaurants works almost anywhere in the world as does “keep the change” for a taxi in many parts of the earth. To make things simple in what the tipping etiquette across the globe is considered, LovingApartments.com created a useful infographic included below. I hope it helps you too on your travels 😉