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While tipping isn't mandatory, a tip of small change will be appreciated by restaurant staff. It's also common to tip staff while visiting hamams. It's not necessary to tip taxi drivers, although rounding up the fare for convenience is commonplace.
Rounding up the bill or leaving spare change in restaurants should be sufficient when travelling in Portugal. Feel free to tip more for good service, but this isn’t expected of you.
It's customary to add 10% to restaurant bills (if this hasn’t already been included). Tipping elsewhere is optional, but leaving spare change at small cafes is a good idea as most Guatemalans typically earn little.
Tipping is expected in most parts of Mexico. Service workers typically earn a low wage and rely on tips to earn a decent living. Add 10-15% to restaurant bills (if service charge is not already included), and leave a few dollars or pesos for housekeepers, porters, bartenders and guides.
Tipping isn’t customary, however if the service in a cafe or restaurant is good, feel free to leave spare change or round up the bill.
Tipping isn't mandatory or customary in Laos, but a tip of spare change or another small amount would be appreciated by restaurants, drivers and other service workers, especially if the service has been particularly good.
Tipping 10-15% for good service is standard practice in restaurants, bars and cafes. Taxi drivers and other service workers like hotel staff generally don't expect tips.
Tipping is done on a voluntary basis in Sweden and is generally left up to the discretion of the customer. If the service in a cafe or restaurant is good, feel free to leave spare change or round up the bill.
Tipping isn’t common in Guinea-Bissau. However if you feel you have received excellent service, consider rounding up the bill.
Tips will be appreciated by Syrians, but remember to tip discreetly (no need to grandstand here). If you're satisfied with the services provided, tip as appropriate. Generally, add 10% to cafe and restaurant bills and leave loose change for street vendors. It's also a good idea to tip local guides and drivers - US$2-4 per day is acceptable.