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In the U.S., we are used to tipping our waiters and waitresses between 15-20% of the bill but  in many countries around the world, that’s not the norm  Did you know that tipping can be considered an insult in some countries?

In Australia and New Zealand, tipping is not required nor expected so unless service is exceptional, save your money for seeing the sites!

Japan doesn’t have a tipping culture and it can be considered an insult to tip.  It’s illegal in China.

In some countries, a service charge is already added to your bill, so check to see if a service charge has been added before leaving a tip.

Click Here to see the alphabetic list of suggested tipping around the world.

This short travel tip is brought to you by the team at My Vacation Lady, where we take the PERSONAL approach to honeymoon and vacation planning.