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At established restaurants a 10 to 15 per cent service charge is usually included in the bill. Where it’s not, 10 per cent is the acceptable gratuity. Although tipping at other places isn't mandatory, it will be much appreciated given the low wages that Leonian service workers are typically paid. Setting aside a small amount for porters, guides and drivers is also a good idea.
Tipping is generally expected by service workers in Hungary. A tip of around 10% is sufficient for taxi drivers, wait and hotel staff.
Standard tipping in restaurants is 10% unless a service charge has been added to the bill. Round up any taxi fares.
While tipping isn’t necessary in Cameroon, it’s common to tip hotel staff. A service charge is usually included in restaurant bills.
Tipping isn’t mandatory, but a little generosity will be received positively especially when considering the low wages that most service workers are typically paid. Setting aside a small amount for porters, guides and drivers is wise, as is leaving spare change or rounding up the bill at restaurants.
While tipping isn't mandatory in Costa Rica, rounding up the bill and leaving spare change at restaurants and cafes is generally standard practice. 500 colones should be sufficient.
Tipping isn't generally expected in Uzbekistan but is considered polite, particularly when considering the low wages earned by service workers. Leaving 5% extra for guides, porters, restaurants workers and taxi drivers is a good idea, but not mandatory.
Tipping is up to the individual in Jordan. Hotels and up-market restaurants typically add a surcharge that is included in bills, which is usually 10%. Rounding up bills and leaving spare change is a good idea when dining in smaller restaurants and when using taxis.
Generally, sit down restaurants don't include service charges within the bill, so feel free to round up the bill or add a small amount as a tip for good service. While tipping isn't mandatory in Timor-Leste, it's important to remember that many service workers receive low wages, and a modest tip will go a long way to show your appreciation.
Tipping isn't obligatory at restaurants, however if the service is exemplary, a 10-15% tip will suffice.