What to Wear in Myanmar 2016

Clothing in Myanmar 2016

Also, according to a local guide, even closer to 97% in 2015. I wonder what to wear in Myanmar (Burma)? When you are on your way to Myanmar, chances are good that you will also visit other Southeast Asian destinations. Beekk├Ż Rogers, December 29, 2016. Response 1 of 44: I will be in Myanmar from 27 April to 5 May 2012.

I don't know what to put on. - Myanmar Message Board

I don't know what to put on. I' m guessing this has been asked a few time but I'm fighting to find a new answer / pole on this stuff. I don't know what to put on. I don't know what to put on. These are some points that the visitor should bear in mind when travelling to visit a pagoda or temple. Not allowed to carry a lady's shirt with broad and low beehives.

Not allowed to use boots, stockings and stockings. I don't know what to put on. We may also delete postings that do not comply with our policies, and we retain the right to delete any posted contribution for any cause. I don't know what to put on. One tip for footwear - I have purchased a set of very inexpensive linen footwear for the visit to the temple.

I stored mine when I left Myanmar. I don't know what to put on. I don't know what to put on. I don't know what to put on. The thread has been discontinued due to apathy. If we do not comply with our policies, we will delete any postings and we retain the right to delete postings for any cause.

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Burma was one of the games of chance on my journey through Southeast and Mainland Asia. Although as a female, your knees/legs should always be overcast, and your shoulder should also be overcast to minimise the looks of the natives. Burma's population is also unbelievably humble - that is, you have to covert it.

Knee, shoulder and breast must be uncovered when you visit places of worship and pays. Although as a female, your knees/legs should always be overcast, and your shoulder should also be overcast to minimise the looks of the natives. In Myanmar the clothes I was wearing are: Lao bought Tempelhosen (light, lightweight, made out of lightweight terry cloth and loose), Merinowool T-shirts, a shawl and a longgyi.

Myanmar's last two objects were life-savers. First of all, a lightweight shawl is an astonishing little utensil you have in your pocket - you can use it to coat your shoulder and breast when you enter sacred sides, or just to coat when you have the feeling that you need a small additional coat.

And I know I was suitably clad a few time in a T-shirt with a small V-neck (no neckline!) and I still thought I should wear my shawl. Native people were totally excited to see visitors carrying them, and we had many great talks with local people asking how we wanted to carry the Longyi.

Longgyi is a classic garment used by Myanmar residents. One is a long cloth hose that is carried like a coat and bound at the front, and a similar to a skirt/wrap around the waistline and bound behind you.

They are both covered to the floor, usually made of lightweight material and carried by everyone in Myanmar. My friend and I both purchased a longgyi to put on, and it was a marvelous garment and a great mementos! Native people were totally excited to see visitors carrying them, and we had many great talks with local people asking how we wanted to carry the long-gyis.

Burma was definitely a high point of my journey and I would suggest it to anyone who visits this area. However, be sure to look at the climate in advance and when you decide what to do in Myanmar, you should dress loosely and lightly.

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