Travelling abroad? THESE are the mistakes that you should avoid making

Travelling to abroad is a different experience in itself. If you are planning your international trip soon, then these are the things that you should avoid by all means.
Travelling abroad? THESE are the mistakes that you should avoid making
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When it comes to travelling, all of us research a lot about the places that we would want to visit in that particular country. We jot down some must-visit places to eat at, temples and other historical monuments to visit, but what we don't think about the rules and law. And now you're thinking, nothing can come between you and your travels. Except maybe not knowing how to behave like a local in the places you're visiting. Yes, we don't many things about the place while travelling.

 

If you are someone who is planning to visit one of these places, then you must keep these things in mind. These things will not only make your travel worthwhile but will also allow you to explore the place like a local, without worrying much about the rules. 

 

Singapore:

 

As per law, you can't litter in Singapore since it's a criminal offence. Apart from this, drinking in public between 10:30 PM to 7 AM is also an offence. 

 

Russia:

 

If you are planning to give someone a bouquet in Russia, then make sure sure the flowers are even in number. Bouquets with an odd number of flowers are meant for the dead. So, unless you're sending someone a message, don't do it. 

 

Austria:

 

This place is very strict about tourists and passports. Your passport needs to be in the same area as you at all times. So, don't leave it in the hotel room, carry it with you always. 

 

Germany:

 

If you think that it's someone's birthday but aren't sure about it, then don't wish them. Wishing someone before their birthday according to local superstition is bad and something bad is likely to happen when you do so. 

 

Brazil:

 

Don't make the OK hand gesture in Brazil, because not everyone is familiar with the meaning of this sign language and in Brazil, it has a more offensive meaning. 

 

Italy:

 

Love eating food with hands? Well, don't do that in Italy. Since eating with hands in Italy is considered rude and disrespectful. 

 

Turkey:

 

In India, it's okay if you leave some sips of tea in your country. But in Turkey, it's not only considered rude, but it's usually frowned upon too. 

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