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Based on my experiences and conversations in Bali so far (specifically: Ubud, Denpasar, Sanur), it appears that tipping works something like this: Restaurants You're generally not expected to tip, but there are exceptions: At some restaurants, a 5% "service fee" will be added to your bill. As printemps noted, you will encounter a sort of "share the ...
I'm Indonesian. To my knowledge, tipping is not common in Indonesia (no unwritten rules or the like). But yes, sometimes they expect a tip, especially when the guest (local or foreigner) is considered rich. Most Indonesians assume that people coming from developed countries are rich. Even when they are not, the currency exchange rate makes them rich in ...
Yes it is conventional to tip taxis in the UK, just rounding up the fare something like 10%-15% is more than adequate. A professional licensed cab driver isn't going to say anything if you choose not to tip but unlicensed minicabs might ask for a tip. If you're getting a minicab from an office (they often have a yellow light at night) then agree the fare in ...
There's a useful breakdown for tipping in different scenarios at this web site (whototip.net). I can't vouch for the accuracy of this information (not sure where the web developer got his info) but it appears to be pretty thorough.
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