Both men and women should ensure they are dressed modestly at all times. Swimwear is permitted at beaches and pools, however.
Holding hands is acceptable in public but kissing and hugging is looked down at by the locals.
Excessive public drinking should be avoided, and drinking and driving is not permitted in any areas.
Don’t try to shake hands first unless you are offered a hand first. It is always polite to use the right hand when shaking hands or accepting or giving gifts to others.
It is considered impolite to sit with your feet pointing at a person.
Swearing in public and using profane hand gestures is a big no-no!
Complimenting the local women is considered impolite.
It is against the law for people of the same gender to kiss in public.
One should remove their shoes before entering an Arab house.
You are not allowed to eat, drink or smoke in public at any time during the month of Ramadan.
Always ask permission from people first before photographing them.
Avoid asking personal or political questions to locals, especially on topics like the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.