- 1 What do you wear in Southeast Asia?
- 2 What should I pack for a trip to Asia?
- 3 What do I need to pack for 3 months in Asia?
- 4 What should I buy in Southeast Asia?
- 5 What is the most popular food in Southeast Asia?
- 6 What to pack for 3 months backpacking?
- 7 What should I wear in Asia?
- 8 How should I pack for a 2 month trip?
- 9 How much clothes do I need for 1 month?
- 10 How should I pack for a 4 month trip?
- 11 What should I bring home from Asia?
What do you wear in Southeast Asia?
BMTM Stylish, Easy Southeast Asia Packing List
- 3-4 tank tops or light shirts.
- 2 lightweight shirts with sleeves.
- 1 long skirt.
- 3 dresses – two long and one short (I bought all mine from ASOS)
- 1 pair of leggings.
- 2 pairs of lightweight cotton pants bought in Southeast Asia.
What should I pack for a trip to Asia?
They make packing so much easier.
- Travel Padlocks.
- Universal Travel Adaptor.
- Sleep sheet.
- Ziplocks (trust me, they will come in handy!)
- Travel Water bottle (water filtration system)
- Electrical tape (will come in handy one day!)
- Small LED flashlight you can attach to your bag.
- Backpack Rain Cover.
What do I need to pack for 3 months in Asia?
So without further ado, let’s work our way through what to pack for three months in Southeast Asia. Footwear and Clothing
- Nike Free Run Shoes.
- Reef HT, Men’s Flip Flop.
- 4 x T-Shirts.
- 3 x Shorts.
- Swimming Shorts.
- Kathmandu Men’s Federate Trousers.
- Long-Sleeved T-Shirt.
What should I buy in Southeast Asia?
7 of the best souvenirs in Southeast Asia
- Coffee. Reaching Out coffee shop, Hoi An.
- Rice. Rice terraces in Sapa, Vietnam.
- Coconut shell bowls. Easy to find and colourful to look at, coconut shell bowls bring a splash of colour to your home.
- Lanterns. Hoi An Lanterns.
- Kampot pepper.
- Handmade Crafts.
- Tailored Clothing.
What is the most popular food in Southeast Asia?
The Top Ten Meals in Southeast Asia
- Banh Xeo — Crispy Pork and Shrimp Pancake — Vietnam.
- Babi Guling — Slow-Roasted Pork — Indonesia.
- Khao Soi — Crispy Noodle Curry — Thailand or Laos.
- Fish Amok — Fish Curry — Cambodia.
- Chili Pan Mee — Stir-Fried Wheat Noodles — Malaysia.
- Som Tam — Green Papaya Salad — Thailand.
What to pack for 3 months backpacking?
To wrap up, let’s review the ultimate packing checklist for extended travel:
- Wheeled Suitcase / Travel Backpack.
- Packing Cubes.
- Laundry Travel Bag.
- Everyday bag.
- 5 Tops.
- 2-3 pairs of pants.
- 1 pair of shorts if applicable.
- 1 pair of wool leggings if applicable.
What should I wear in Asia?
Jeans are stylish in Southeast Asia, but they are also hot, heavy, and dry slowly. Opt for thinner materials instead. Tourists usually default to wearing shorts because of the temperatures, although most locals prefer to wear long pants.
How should I pack for a 2 month trip?
✓ Pack less pants, more shirts – Pack 3 to 4 pairs of pants or shorts that can be paired with almost ALL your shirts. That way you can create many different outfits (just change the shirts, shoes, jewelry) with one pair of pants! Stick to classic, comfortable and neutral pieces that you can re-wear over and over.
How much clothes do I need for 1 month?
For a one-month trip, pack a one-week supply of undergarments and socks. Choose five or six pairs of shorts and/or pants, depending on the climate of your destination. (Even for hot places, it’s wise to pack at least one pair of pants.)
How should I pack for a 4 month trip?
How to pack for a four month trip
- Do your research. Go online to find out about the normal weather at your destination and what people who live there wear.
- Make a list. Organization is the most important part of packing!
- Plan for everything to go wrong.
- Bring basic, tried-and-true pieces.
- Travel Gadgets.
What should I bring home from Asia?
Best Gifts and Souvenirs to Buy in Asia
- Unique Handmade Home Decor – Vietnam.
- Silk Products – China, Vietnam, Thailand.
- Jewelry – China, Thailand.
- Chopsticks – China, Japan, Vietnam.
- Tea – China, Korea.
- Traditional costume.
- Ceramics and Pottery – Thailand, Vietnam.
- Sand Paintings – Myanmar, Vietnam.