Traveling around the world I often see signs with misspellings, humorous saying, or translations into English that are not exactly written the way an American would write them. Here I share some with you.

This sign was at the foot of a temple in Indonesia.


This is painted on the outside of a store in Northern India. Some letters were left out. They were wanting to write “Chilled Beer”

This old sign is in Leiper’s Fork TN

This is one of the only billboards in all of Cuba

In northern India a store owner uses these signs to help sell his wares.

This sign was in Siem Reap Cambodia at the foot of the first ever escalator in the country, which at the time of the photo was being repaired.

And here is the escalator described above…

Yes, 7 Elephants copied 7-11’s logo in Southeast Asia

In Tierra del Fuego National Park in Argentina, this sign made me laugh.

In the Philippines

I saw this sign in the outdoor fountain area of the Peterhof in St Petersburg Russia
Seen in numerous bathrooms in New Zealand, where many Asian travelers visit. In Asia bathroom habits and rules are different.

Signs in Japan