When you are traveling the last thing you want to do is commit a faux pas that will insult others at the table. So before you go planning your next getaway take a look at this nifty infograhic on dining etiquette around the world.
Published on Visually, this cool visual guide breaks down food customs in China, India, Italy, Saudi Arabia, Colombia, Ghana, Morocco, Japan and El Salvador. Tips range from how to handle utensils (or the lack thereof) to dealing with the host and the variety of customs you should take care to observe.
That means saying buen provecho (the Spanish equivalent of bon appetit) when dining in a Latin household, refraining from using your left hand when eating in India or Saudia Arabia and not sitting at the table before your Italian host does so.