Tourism Etiquette Rules forChinese Citizens Travelling at Home
The cultivation of acongenial and harmonious travel environment benefits every tourist. It is ourbounden duty to be a tourist with refined manners. So please observe the followingtourism etiquette rules:
1.Keep the environment clean and tidy. Don't spit about or spit chewinggum. Don't drop litter. Don't smoke except in designated areas.
2.Observe public order. Don't yell or shout out . Always join a publicqueue for good order. Don't walk abreast on a sidewalk. Don't talk loudly inpublic places.
3.Preserve the ecological environment. Keep off public lawns, and refrainfrom picking flowers or fruits. Don't chase, catch, or throw stones at animalsor feed them irresponsibly.
4.Protect historicalsites and cultural relics. Don't inscribe anything or scrawl graffiti on them.Don't touch or climb ancient relics, and observe the restrictions when takingphotos with them.
5.Be careful withthe use of public facilities. Don't smear or break objects in hotel rooms.Don't vandalize or damage public facilities. Don't attempt to make off withpublic belongings. Conserve water and electricity by using them efficiently.And don't waste food.
6.Be respectful tothe people around you. Don't try to snap pictures with foreign friends withouttheir permission. Don't sneeze into the face of others. Don't occupy publicfacilities for too long. Esteem the work of service staff. And respect thelocal religious customs.
7.Show courtesy toothers. Be dressed appropriately. Don't go barebacked in public places. Beconsiderate towards the aged, the young, the sick and the disabled and givepriority to them. Be chivalrous to the female by following the rule "ladyfirst". Never use vulgar language.
8.Take part inhealthy entertainments. Say no to feudal superstitious activities. Stay awayfrom pornography, gambling and drugs.