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What Items Do People of Different Countries Usually Take When Abroad?

  • Author:Lorna
  • Source:www.diecastingpartsupplier.com
  • Release on:2016-05-06
After the search of different people from different country,we can know that:

While the French favour cheese with more than half (53 percent) squeezing a dairy treat into their suitcase, perhaps unsurprisingly 48 percent of Brits take tea bags with them on a getaway, to make a brew on the move.

A survey of travellers from 29 countries and regions has revealed the top unexpected items each nationality takes abroad, ensuring that wherever they go they have a taste of home with them.

The study by lowcostholidays surveyed 7,500 people from around the world ensuring that a minimum of 250 locals had been interviewed for each country.

Illustrated in an infographic, the study found that 56 percent of respondents from Japan packed Miso soup while 64 percent of Italians couldn't travel without coffee.

Perhaps fearing that food overseas might need seasoning, ketchup was the essential item for 38 percent of New Zealanders, while 41 percent of Indonesians packed hot sauce and 38 percent of Mexicans carried canned chillies.

Transporting a kitchen essential from home, Australians couldn't bear to be without vegemite (41 percent packed it) while 55 % of South Koreans can be found carrying Kimchi and 39 percent of Chinese mainland travellers pack instant noodles.

For Germans with a sweet tooth, 43 percent packed treats in the form of Haribo while 43 percent of Irish tourists squirrel away Silvermints in their suitcase.

Concerned more with entertainment on the road than their taste buds, 37 percent of Russians surveyed travel with a pack of playing cards. While handily, 30 percent of Swiss travellers carry a pocket knife.

Interestingly, those from the USA, Hong Kong and Belgium were more pre-occupied with packing essentials that related to grooming and hygiene.

The study found 32 percent of Americans take toilet paper with them on their travels, a staggering 66 percent of Belgians pack Washandjes (wash cloths) and 60 percent of people from Hong Kong carry pocket tissues with them.

Honing in on Brits, after tea bags, marmite was a popular item to pack with 14 percent of respondents taking the spread overseas, along with 11 percent carrying chocolate hob nobs, nine percent Vicks Vapor Rub and just 8 percent plumping for coffee.

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