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Crazy Holiday Laws You Didn't Know Existed

When travelling overseas, make sure you look into the laws in the countries you plan to visit

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When travelling overseas, you are likely to spend hours researching accommodation, things to do, travel insurance and costs, but one thing you might forget to do is to look into the different laws.

From stepping on money to fighting bears, there are some very odd laws out there and according to, you could find yourself in trouble without even realising it.


It may be common sense to keep your clothes on when wandering the streets, no matter what country you are in, but did you know that in Singapore you are breaking the law if someone spots you through your hotel room window about to nip into the shower? Be sure to always keep the curtains closed when in the buff.

Running out of petrol

Wannabe race drivers flock to Germany's autobahn to make the most of the relaxed law on speed, but did you know that it's illegal to run out of petrol on the autobahn? Make sure you fill up before hitting the famous highway.

Dying and giving birth

The island of Itsukushima in Japan is considered so sacred that it is illegal to die on the island or give birth to a child. Best to avoid the place if you are planning on carking it or storing a bun in the oven.

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