Etiquette in Tuvalu

Tuvalu is located in the South Pacific Ocean and has a population of 10,640 people.

The nation is a non-partisan parliamentary democracy under constitutional monarchy.

The official languages of Tuvalu are Tuvaluan and English.

Residents follow Christianity.

The currency of Tuvalu is the Tuvaluan dollar and Australian dollar.

Generational Etiquette

Children don’t generally interrupt adults in social settings.

Other Etiquette

People are friendly, jovial, and polite. However, if you a lower status person, you should avoid touching the head or crossing the path of a higher status person.