Religious tourism etiquettes
From Buddhist temples in Cambodia and Hindu sights in India to churches in Italy and mosques in Morocco, you could tour the world visiting places of worship and find some of the best art, history, archaeology and music of all time. Depending on which religious site you visit, though, the proper etiquette can vary.
There are some general rules, of course, that most of these major houses of worship all share. You should always turn off cell phones, mp3 players and other electronic devices before entering religious spaces. If cameras are permitted, remember to turn off the flash, which can actually damage old art. You should also refrain from loud or inappropriate conversation.
--- By Travelfish----