Our love for Thailand
As soon as we set foot for the first time in Thailand, it was already love at first sight. Therefore, we have since then decided to transmit our passion about this beautiful Asian country through authentic clothing. By combining the pleasant and the useful, we came up with a line of yoga clothing inspired by the relaxation feeling Thailand exhilarates.
What comes to your mind when you think about Thailand ? Some will think about the street labyrinths of its capital Bangkok, others will think about Koh Samui's Full Moon endless night, Pattaya's beach, or even the magnificent Buddhist temples. Everyone finds something in Thailand.
With a population of over 66 million, and a surface of 500 000 km2 , Thailand has everything a country would wish to have. From crystal clear lagoons, to very large or smaller country-side cities, to historical areas. From Bangkok to Koh Phi Phi, and stopping by Ayutthaya park, Thailand is very rich in culture. The history of this country has been dictated by Buddhism and monarchy. Therefore, you will noticeably recognize the influence in architecture and collective memory. This spirit is what makes the Thai population so tolerant and welcoming.
Thailand is rich with culture and history. Siam's ancient kingdom was built around Buddhism. Such influence inspired Thailand's very simple clothing style, like the famous sarong. Over the centuries, Asian silk has also made its proof as it is known across the globe.
How can you talk about Thailand without mentioning the famous Thai food ? Often undifferentiated from the rest of other Asian food specialties, Thai cuisine has finally been able to stand out and go up the ranks of world cuisine.
By their original ingredients and often spicy flavors, Thai specialties are quite different from neighboring countries. Although eating habits may vary across the world, specialties like curry are a common thing to all. From the North's curry and noodle soups to the South's kidney curry, everyone can find something to their taste. For the sensitive eaters, the central plain's cuisine would be ideal, like the sautéed chicken and basil.
Thailand has some of Asia's most beautiful temples. You will find a lot of buildings from the XVth century, as well as newer constructions that still follow the ancient style and techniques of the Buddhist culture. We particularly appreciate the all-white Wat Rong Khun, as well as the history behind the Wat Chaiwatthanaram, dating from 1630, or the very impressive wooden structure of the Sanctuary of Truth.