Travel: Around the World in 15 Taxis

For most of us, getting a taxi is simple. Just hail a cab on the street, call up your local rank, or nowadays, even order and track a taxi with a few clicks of your phone. However, as this info from The Taxi Centre shows, this certainly isn’t the case worldwide.

For many around the world, getting a taxi could result in sharing a ride with complete strangers, a trip on a boat, or even an elephant ride. If you’ve ever been in doubt of whether “to tip or not to tip” when on your travels, take a look below to help you out. Whilst much of the advice is what you’d expect, be wary of tipping in China if you don’t want to offend your driver! Here’s some helpful tips on taxi prices and etiquette around the world.

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