Gratitude Tipping (& Travel) Update is Here!
Facts about countries across the globe and app update info
After weeks of collating feedback from our users and testing the app on multiple devices we’ve managed to complete our first upgrade! And we’re pretty happy with it if we do say so ourselves…
How to ask for the bill in nearly ever country in the world
In preparation for the launch of our updated app, we’ve collated a load of cool facts about countries which will feature in our new travel guide. Each country will have its own personalised travel guide including information such as the capital city, population, language tips, tourist hotspots, hidden gems, unique facts and must try foods and drinks.
Tipping in Japan
Asking for the bill in the language of the country you’re in is a nice touch to show your respect for the culture. Whilst it’s not essential (and you can normally act out the signing of a bill on you hand which works just as well), it gives you a chance to show your language skills. Below is a list of ways to ask for the bill in all dialects.
Following on from last week’s blog in the country most renowned for tipping, America, we thought it appropriate to cover a country where tipping isn’t expected. In fact, in Japan there are instances when it is considered rude to even imply a tip.