Vietnamese city issues tourism dos and don’ts

Officials in the city of Danang, central Vietnam, have released a visual code-of-conduct guide aimed at tourists, as well as locals interacting with tourists, in a bid to raise awareness of travel culture and promote polite behaviour.

Danang, Vietnam.

Danang, Vietnam. Image by Jeremy Couture / CC BY 2.0

Among the illustrated rules are those urging people to respect local culture, wear appropriate clothing when visiting certain sites, form orderly queues, be careful with historic objects, and greet others with a smile. The guide also warns against spitting and littering, talking loudly in public spaces, and excessive displays of affection.

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