You’ve just eaten a five-star meal in Taiwan, or ordered a round of pints in Ireland or settled into your hotel in Iceland. Now what?
Tipping in the U.S. is fairly straightforward, but the rules overseas get complicated and incredibly varied. If you aren’t up on the customs, you’re likely either throwing away money or overlooking the working people who rely on tips as part of their income.
In order to save you a little money (and a lot of embarrassment), GoBankingRates.com rounded up the tipping etiquette for 25 of the most popular destinations overseas, from bars and restaurants to hotels and taxi drivers.
Click through the gallery above to to learn the correct tipping etiquette in for the following countries:
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