Travel with style in Thailand: Your Ultimate Guide Book
Believe me, Backpacking is no rocket-science. All you have to do is keep the location and weather in mind, and ta-da you’re done. Especially if you’re traveling to a place different from your regular lifestyle, pack right is the key. For example-
- Thailand is mostly hot and humid: Pack enough lightweight clothing to layer and change regularly.
- Tank tops are awesome: But don’t make them the only thing you wear. Bring at least one pair of pants and a long sleeve shirt.
- Less is more: The best thing to pack for Thailand is less.
See with little style tips like these, your trip can actually be sorted and be more stylish.
For Exploring the City Life
Printed half sleeves shirts and knit collar striped polos are highly recommended. Wear them up with a pair of shorts or your go-to chinos to feel more comfortable. Also, choose loafers or boat shoes over flip-flops or running shoes but ensure they’re slip-on rather than laced.
For Beachy Vibes
For Crazy Night Parties
Looking dapper is never out of question! Even if you’re on vacation, dressing up right should always be the priority. In this case, your day-time outfit and night outfit can be pretty much the same unless you’re going a glitzy Bangkok rooftop bar then pick a funky blazer.
For Formal Conference Day
Who is better looking than a guy dressing up perfectly casual? A man in a classy business suit. And who doesn’t love a sharp look for a conference right!
For Gala Dinner Night
The theme for this year’s Gala is regional so you have to wear clothes that define your culture and showcase other people where you come from. Wear Kurta or Dhoti if it describes your culture better. In case typical ethnic is not your thing, don’t worry we’ve got stylish Nehru Jackets to get it covered.
If you forget something at home, worry not as you can easily pick something else up, you can get very affordable clothing at any night market or t-shirt stand in Thailand. See you there!