Global Guide To Tipping

Posted on Jul 15 2014 - 9:16am by Alexandra Ashton


It’s always amazing to be able to travel the world and live with other foreign people’s culture and lifestyle. With little savings that you earned for that hard work you did for a thankless job, you can now travel the world. And why do you need to travel in different countries when there’s so much great food festivals in your neighborhood and you can just try them and pretend you’ve already travelled the world. The great thing also about not travelling overseas just to get the taste of travel is that you can already support the people and businesses in your locality.

There are things in this world that are worth paying attention to. Good service from waiters is one of those that you should take notice and show appreciation for. Waiters are there to wait for you, take your order, endure your snobbish condescension to their profession and to serve you with the best service possible. That’s why you should never forget appreciating the effort they make for you. What good is your attempt to make yourself better when you ignore the service of these hardworking people?

This infographic is a guide on how you can tip those hardworking people who serve you during dinners of great proportions and snacks that consume the time of the waiters so much, they can’t even take a nap. Waiters don’t need a nap, but they sure can appreciate the right amount of tip for each pair of baguette and latte you order. In certain countries, like Japan, tipping is considered an insult because it means that the standard excellent service of restaurants is not observed when a person tips. To learn what to tip in different countries, read this infographic now.


About the Author

Alexandra Ashton, Communications at Neomam Studios , the UK based Infographic Agency. Alexandra is a content and design enthusiast with a keen eye for detail.