By Greg Rodgers. Learning the local language while traveling is often optional, but knowing at least the basic greetings in Asia and how to say hello wherever you go will enhance your experience and open doors for you. Greeting people in their own language displays respect and an interest in the local culture and also shows that you acknowledge their efforts to learn English, a difficult language in many ways. Each culture in Asia has its own customs and ways of saying hello. For instance, Thai people wai each other a slight bow, with palms pressed together like in saying a prayer while Japanese people bow.
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How to Greet People in Southeast Asia
South Asia , or Southern Asia , is the southern region of the Asian continent , which comprises the sub-Himalayan SAARC countries and, for some authorities , adjoining countries to the west and east. Topographically, it is dominated by the Indian Plate , which rises above sea level as Nepal and northern parts of India situated south of the Himalayas and the Hindu Kush. South Asia covers about 5. It alone accounted for It also has the largest population of Muslims in the Asia-Pacific region which forms one third global Muslim population   as well as over 35 million Christians and 25 million Buddhists. The total area of South Asia and its geographical extent is not clear cut as systemic and foreign policy orientations of its constituents are quite asymmetrical.
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How do you say hello to an Asian person? Thai: Sawadee-kahp if you are male or Sawadee-ka if you are female. Then try the tests here Not very Chinese, you could say, but what you see is not always what you get. While most people think of me as a friendly guy, this ignorance gets old real fast and I am known to retaliate.
By Gregory Rodgers. Even if you don't speak the language, knowing how to say a polite "hello" is essential for a good experience in Southeast Asia. Not only is greeting people in their own language polite, it shows that you are interested in the local culture rather than only a cheap vacation experience.