How to dress in Thailand temples
Before visiting a temples or a palace in Thailand make sure you have the right clothing. Especially important for a visit at the Royal Palace, which can cost you an hour to get a sarong and then need to queue up again to give it back.
Do not wear the below cloth and you good to go.
- Short skirts & shorts or even shortened trousers (you should always wear full length or at least covering the knees). Skirts that fall below the knee are permitted.
- Tight fitting trousers such as leggings.
- See-through clothing! (You will be surprised that some people like to visit a Sacred place half naked.)
- Clothing that has holes in, such as ripped jeans etc.
- Vests or any kind of top without sleeves.
- Any kind of top with sleeves rolled up (While visiting keep your sleeves down… it’s that simple)
- Sportswear of any kind.
- Sweat shirts or sweat pants.
Perhaps unexpectedly you can wear sandals and flip-flops (in a suitable design). However it’s best to wear light full shoes for comfort when you’re walking around during a Sightseeing Tour.
Wear light cloth with long sleeves and long trousers or skirts. In case you prefer to wear short, simply bring a Sarong, which always fits in a your bag.
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