Wear a sarong as a shawl when eating in a Southeast Asia restaurant! Use this Southeast Asia travel aid. Wear a sarong as a shawl. It is a great wrap for bare shoulders and arms.
Air-conditioned restaurants are chilly in comparison to the hot, humid air of Southeast Asia. Wear a sarong as a shawl around your shoulders. Remove it when back outside. A sarong is light, thus easy to carry.
Wearing a native sarong as a shawl will not label you as a tourist. Wear the traditional garb of the native women. Sarongs are sold in local shops and markets. The variety of colors and patterns are intensive. Buy a couple of them. Remember, sarongs do not take up much luggage space.
Not going to Southeast Asia soon, but want to have a sarong to wear as a shawl. Go ahead and dress like the women in Bali or Thailand. Investigate the selection available at Amazon.com. They have sarongs for a modest price. Use the following link to choose a sarong for shawl.
There is link below on how to wear a sarong as a skirt and evening dress. A sarong is a very versatile. Use it for clothing or home decor.
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