You'll find all current WhatsApp travel and places emojis as well as a description of their meaning. Have fun with diving into the colorful world of WhatsApp smileys!
I'm on the road! Red (Android: blue) car. Red things seem to move faster (known from Doppler effect). Stimulates the release of adrenaline and feelings like excitement or intensity.
Side view of a police car. Warns of an illegal intent. Stands for morality and similar norms as well as your own conscience.
Emoticon of a trolley bus, a hybrid of bus and tram. Can be used as a smiley for public transport.
|🚨||Police Cars Revolving Light
I need your help! Red, rotating alarm light of a police car with loud siren. Used in an emergency situation.
Let's get away from here! The plane smiley can mean: I feel like going on holiday right now.
The aliens are coming! The UFO emoji can be a warning for the chat partner to better come down to earth again.
The emoji shows a snow-covered mountain peak. Mount Fuji, the highest mountain in Japan served as a template. Can be used as a symbol for winter.
A scintillating sparkler, which is lit. Symbolizes joy, a celebration or a happy event.
Emoji shows a glittering fireworks display in the night sky. Can be used for New Year's Eve or an intoxicating party.
|🏣||Japanese Post Office
A traditional Japanese post office building. Recognizable by the Japanese stamp on the front.
I'm not feeling well! A hospital with a red cross. We go there if we are seriously ill or injured. Can be a metapher indicating an accident or strong discomfort.
I am studying right now or I am at school or at the university. Emoji shows a place of education. Symbolic meaning: learn from experiences or master new tests of life.
Emoticon does not represent a simple hotel. The heart indicates a “hotel by the hour”. Might stand for a secret affair.
We are going to marry! Church in which a wedding is celebrated. Can also be used as an invitation or for the announcement.
Emoticon represents the Kaaba, the central sanctuary of Islam in Mecca. Destination of the great pilgrimage (Hajj) for every Muslim.
|🎑||Moon Viewing Ceremony
The moon show “Tsukimi” is a Japanese festival to the honor of the harvest moon. Emoji shows the traditional ceremony with Japanese pampas grass, Dango (Japanese dumpling), and the moon in the background.