Travel Etiquette

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Share a cultural insight about a particular destination that you were surprised to learn while researching your trip or about which, during your trip, you ended up saying, “I wish I'd known.”

For example, in Japan and South Korea, placing your hands in your pants pockets is a gesture perceived as rude and arrogant.

Email your cultural etiquette tips to editor@intltravelnews.com or write to Travel Etiquette, c/o ITN, 2116 28th St., Sacramento, CA 95818. Include the address where you receive ITN (or your billing address).

Please login or subscribe to ITN to read the entire post.

Share a cultural insight about a particular destination that you were surprised to learn while researching your trip or about which, during your trip, you ended up saying, “I wish I'd known.”

For example, in Japan and South Korea, placing your hands in your pants pockets is a gesture perceived as rude and arrogant.

Email your cultural etiquette tips to editor@intltravelnews.com or write to Travel Etiquette, c/o ITN, 2116 28th St., Sacramento, CA 95818. Include the address where you receive ITN (or your billing address).