Etiquette in Palau

Palau is located in the South Pacific Ocean and has a population of 17,948 people.

The nation is a unitary presidential constitutional republic.

The official languages of Palau are Palauan and English.

Residents follow Christianity.

The currency of Palau is the U.S. dollar.

If you can’t make it to a social gathering, you should still accept and not show up, if necessary. Refusing to attend is considered rude.

It’s not unheard of to bring a gift representing where you’re from in a business setting.

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