9 Countries Where Tipping Is Not Required!

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1) Japan

Tipping is frowned upon in Japan since it is interpreted as a sign that a company does not regard its employees enough to provide them with a living wage.

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2) Dubai

Its tipping culture is unique. Dubai legislation adds a 10% tip to every service charge. So when you're tipping in bill, extra money isn't anticipated

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3) Switzerland

All service charges are included in Switzerland's listed pricing, so you don't need to tip at nail salons, spas, or anywhere else.

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4) China

Tipping was once considered disrespectful in China, but more international tourists are changing that. Service employees won't turn down a tip if you offer one.

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5) Vietnam

Tipping isn't part of Vietnamese culture, so locals may be startled if you do. Service employees aren't insulted by tips; they appreciate them.

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6) French Polynesia

Tipping isn't anticipated in French Polynesia, therefore you don't have to tip for haircuts or other services.

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7) South Korea

South Korean service employees do not anticipate gratuities, and tipping is not culturally acceptable. Large tips could be perceived as tacky or mildly rude.