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Slippers culture
- Jan 02, 2018 -

Asia

Slippers are also deeply related to the culture of some specific areas, in many Asian countries, must change indoor slippers, in the toilet also has special bathroom slippers, and the owner and guests of the slippers are usually a distinction.

Tropical areas

In tropical countries, it is quite common to wear slippers outdoors, and many people working on the streets, working with a pair of slippers, are not allowed to wear slippers in most restaurants.

Sightseeing spots

Some seaside sightseeing spots are also common in slippers, so some upscale restaurants, clothing stores or department stores will post "No slippers in" banners on the shop doors.

Formal occasions

It is not polite to wear flat slippers on formal occasions, such as attending graduation ceremonies, going to church, visiting temples, etc. The Jade Buddha Temple in Thailand expressly stipulates that visitors must not wear slippers without heel.


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