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    I tipped throughout Asia, a general rule of thumb is 10-15% in most restaurants, but if you're feeling generous, no one will complain. about 9 years ago

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    It's not popular here, unless u want to about 9 years ago

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    Tipping is not compulsory in Vietnam but is enormously expected, especially in the service industry. If you are pleased with the services provided, then a tip for people’s hard work will be very much appreciated.

    For hotel porters, US$1/time/room is acceptable for those who have
    escorted you to your room and/or delivered your baggage. Do forget
    tipping for room attendants, they most working hard in hotels and
    make your room always cleaned and sleep well

    If you are happy with the service provided by your waiter or waitress
    in any restaurant feel free to leave a tip of around US$2/person.

    Many massage parlours of dubious repute pay their staff so little that
    they live off tips, and will consequently openly ask for tips. Most
    reputable spas discourage their staff from asking for tips, but if you
    have had good service, then US$4-8US$ is the usual amount and will
    be gratefully received.

    Tour Guide/Drivers
    Group of 7-14 people: US $20-25 / day for guide and US$10-12 /
    day for driver

    Hope above information is useful

    http://travelindochine.net about 9 years ago

    Answered by Dent via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    tipping is not necessary. but 10% is okay. about 9 years ago

    Answered by Mariza Melia via Site_iconTravellr.com

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