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You have eaten in a five-star restaurant in the UK, you have a cup of coffee in Serbia, an officer in Italy carried your suitcase as much as your room. Well, how would you show your satisfaction to them? The tip varies according to the amount of the tip and the shape of the country, region, place, and people. The welcome tip in one country may come at a surprisingly low rate in the other. That’s why it’s a good idea to research the tradition of the tip of your destination before you travel.

If you travel to a country in the east you will clearly see that the service is good and sincere, people are helpful. Even if you do not give too many tips in such an environment, you will not be ignorant. But the tip still depends on the eastern country you are going to. A 10 percent tip in Dubai is almost impossible. Qatar and the United Arab Emirates, this amount is 15-20 percent, 5-10 percent in Jordan and Egypt, and 10-15 percent in Saudi Arabia.

Sometimes you can be in a less developed place in the world. But you do not need to be stingy about this tip. For example; In South Africa you can tip 10 to 15 percent service fee, valet or hotel staff $ 3-5 dollars, guards $ 25, 10 percent in a restaurant in Morocco, $ 5 to $ 10 for assistants and $ 20 to your guide.

If your Americans’ tips are generally 15-20%, this rate is 8-12% in Latin America. 10 per cent in Argentina, 25 – 45 pesos for assistant personnel, 150 – 300 peso for the pomegranate. Brazil is generally not tipped because the service fee is included in the bill. But at the hotel you can give 2 – 5 dollars to someone who carries your bag or help in any place. In Canada, depending on the service 15-20 per cent tips are appropriate, assistants and drivers are eligible to give 10-15 dollars. Costa Rica is also where the service fee is included in the bill, but you can tip someone who is helping $ 1 – $ 5. In Mexico and Peru, the tip is 10-15%.

There is a wide range of tips in Asia. In Australia and New Zealand a tip rate of 10-15% is appropriate. You can be tipped to a person like a driver, hotel worker for 1 to 5 dollars. It is quite normal for Cambodia to tip a person on a tip, tip a meal or a taxi driver for $ 1 to $ 5. As in many Asian countries, tipping in China and Japan is not a common habit. If you do not tip in India, they can be heard from behind. It is suitable for 10% or 50 – 250 Type for service. It’s a good idea to check the bill first in the Philippines. If not included, you can tip 10 percent. Thailand is a place where you can tip 1 – 2 dollars in any case.

Europe is one of the most popular travel destinations. Tip, this continental is also different. In Czech Republic, the service fee is included in the account, but you still need to tip by 15%. In France, the service cost is also included, but it is appropriate to tip 10 percent in restaurants, there is no need to tip the bars. For other cases you can leave 2 – 10 euros. In Germany you can add 10 to 15 percent more to your account. If you get help from people such as hotel staff, driver, you can pay up to 20 Euro. Greece is a better country for tips. It is a payment card of 5 – 10%. A tip of up to 10 per cent in Italy is acceptable, no more. You can pay between 1 and 5 euros in other areas. If you’re in the UK, you should make 10-15 percent of the tip. You can give up to 5 pounds for assistance such as carrying bags, parking your car.

It is important to learn the price of standard things to get from the money end of your country before you travel. Besides, how much you need to tip depends on the location and is a matter of curiosity. We are encouraged to have a prior opinion on the tip of the country and city we meet.

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