Countries around the world all have their own unique customs

The bizarre local laws you need to know when travelling to these 14 countries

Countries around the world all have their own unique customs, with many having strict laws in place for travellers' safety.

If you are heading to one of the following popular destinations this year, MyBaggage.com have identified 14 of the most unusual international laws to be aware of to avoid facing a hefty fine.

Any public display of affection, including kissing, holding hands and hugging, must be avoided in the United Arab Emirates. If you break the law, you could end up behind bars.

5. United Arab Emirates - No kissing or public displays of affection

Any public display of affection, including kissing, holding hands and hugging, must be avoided in the United Arab Emirates. If you break the law, you could end up behind bars.
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It is against the law to wear swimwear on the streets of Barcelona. Holidaymakers should reserve their bikini and trunks for the beach only and cover up when they leave.

6. Barcelona - Bikinis are for the beach

It is against the law to wear swimwear on the streets of Barcelona. Holidaymakers should reserve their bikini and trunks for the beach only and cover up when they leave.
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Wearing high heels at the site of certain ancient monuments in Greece is illegal, as it may cause damage and threaten preservation efforts.

7. Greece - Leave the heels at home

Wearing high heels at the site of certain ancient monuments in Greece is illegal, as it may cause damage and threaten preservation efforts.
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Stepping on Baht - Thai currency - is illegal in Thailand because it has the likeness of the Thai royal family on it. So keep your cash in your pocket.

8. Thailand - Respect your cash

Stepping on Baht - Thai currency - is illegal in Thailand because it has the likeness of the Thai royal family on it. So keep your cash in your pocket.
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