Did you know that nodding your head up and down in Bulgaria means "no"?
Ever struggled with chopstick etiquette at your local Japanese or Chinese restaurant?
CultureMee is the first app in the world to help travellers navigate other cultures, so that you’re always prepared for local do’s and don’ts like this when travelling.
We do this by providing crowdsourced culture videos from locals and visitors to bring culture to life.
“Sign language is useful to the deaf but vital to the Italians.”
We also have funny local proverbs like this as well as the local do's and don'ts to bring the local culture to life.
Did you know you can compare your culture to the culture your travelling to? We're the only travel app in the world to allow you to do this.
So whether you're a backpacker or a business traveller, you'll know exactly what to say (and what NOT to say) when travelling to other countries.
Bonus Tip #1: Did you know we also have have interactive travel maps, that you and your friends can fill out, so that next time you head to Germany, you can see which of your friends have travelled there?
Bonus Tip #2: Ever brought the wrong plug with you when travelling abroad? Pretty frustrating, isn't it? Well we help solve all these typical traveller frustrations around plugs, visas and vaccinations as well!
Take a look at CultureMee and you will see why it will be the first thing you pack for your next trip. What are you waiting for?
Note: CultureMee has content for 80 countries in the world, including every country in Europe, almost every country in Asia and the top 10 most visited outside of that.
Did you know?
CultureMee was founded by husband and wife team Dee and John Lee, and they have travelled all over the world, to over 80 countries, to help bring you this groundbreaking app which was nominated for the National Startup Awards recently. By 17 months old, their baby daughter had already travelled to over 23 countries!
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Ratings and Reviews
Would be a cool idea but not forking over google credentials or making a fb account. Make the login optional, seems to be in early dev stages, major pain point.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.