India. Rio. Europe. South Africa. Plastic bans are spreading throughout the world, and with them, the FinalStraw movement is going international. Of course, the impacts of single-use plastics have no borders. Here’s how to say “No straw, please” in 10 different languages, so no matter where you are, they know to hold the straw.
Spanish: Spain - "Sin pajilla por favor." Mexico - "Sin popote por favor."
French: Pas de paille s'il vous plait.
Chinese: Qǐng bùyào xīguǎn.
Russian: Pozjalyista troobkoo ne nado.
German: "Kein Strohhalm bitte" or "Bitte, kein Strohhalm."
Italian: "Per favore, niente cannuccia.” or “Senza la cannuccia, grazie.”
Swahili: Hakuna majani tafadhali.
Indonesia: Tolong jangan ada jerami.
Hindi: Nahin puaal krpaya.
Arabic: Min don mzzaz min fadlik
Near, far, wherever you are, you'll find plastic... unfortunately. And it doesn’t matter if you’re traveling for business or for pleasure, plastic pollution never takes a vacation. Now you too can continue to fight the good fight and refuse single-use plastic straws wherever in the world you may be. Bon Voyage!
Have a suggestion or addition that you want to make to this list? Let us know in the comments below!
I am from Hong Kong, and no straw please in Cantonese is ( ng sai yum kun）
Katakan tidak kepada penyedut.
Firdaus Hassan on
Thanks for this! I’ll use it on my trip to
Marjorie Hollis on
Korean: bbaldae opshi joosaeyo (please give without a straw)
I’m Swedish “No straw, please” is
Inget sugrör tack.