10 Best Travel Underwear

Updated on: May 2021

Best Travel Underwear in 2021


ExOfficio Men's Give-N-Go Boxer, Charcoal, Medium

ExOfficio Men's Give-N-Go Boxer, Charcoal, Medium
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2021
  • 94% Nylon, 6% Lycra Spandex
  • Imported
  • Breathable, quick-dry boxer short featuring logoed waistband and functional front fly
  • Treated with Aegis Microbe Shield to prevent and control odor-causing bacteria
  • Inseam: 3 inch

Hanes Women's Cotton Briefs 6 Pack - White, Size 6

Hanes Women's Cotton Briefs 6 Pack - White, Size 6
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2021
  • Super soft Cool Comfort fabric wicks away moisture to keep you cool and dry
  • Brief cut features a higher rise and excellent seat coverage
  • Soft, breathable cotton comes preshrunk for a confident fit, wash after wash
  • Ultra soft waistband won't pinch or bind
  • No ride up leg bands stay in place for all day comfort—guaranteed
  • Tag-free for itch-free comfort

Fruit Of The Loom Women's Underwear Moisture Wicking Coolblend Panties, Bikini - Fashion Assorted, Large (7)

Fruit Of The Loom Women's Underwear Moisture Wicking Coolblend Panties, Bikini - Fashion Assorted, Large (7)
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2021
  • CoolBlend
  • 4 Pack
  • Bikinis
  • Keeps You Cool and Comfortable
  • Soft, Microfiber Leg and Waistband
  • Moisture Wicking to Keep You Dry
  • Tag Free
  • 100% Cotton Liner
  • Machine Wash
  • Satisfaction Guaranteed

Hanes Men's 5-Pack Cool Comfort Lightweight Breathable Mesh Brief, Assorted, Medium

Hanes Men's 5-Pack Cool Comfort Lightweight Breathable Mesh Brief, Assorted, Medium
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2021
  • Lightweight, breathable mesh fabric
  • Wicking cool comfort fabric keeps you feeling cool and dry
  • Tagless for best in class comfort wherever you are and whatever you're doing
  • Comfort flex waistband and stretch fabric move with you
  • Color assortments may vary

ExOfficio Women's Give-N-Go Full Cut Brief, X-Large, Nude

ExOfficio Women's Give-N-Go Full Cut Brief, X-Large, Nude
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2021
  • These women's full-cut mesh briefs are great for international travel, weekend getaways, hikes, treks, and any time comfort, freshness, and moisture wicking are your top concerns
  • Odor-reducing antimicrobial treatment keeps this underwear feeling fresher longer
  • Breathable/wickable mesh improves airflow and keeps you dry
  • Waistband stretches to fit and retains shape; full coverage
  • Quick-drying fabric is ready to wear within hours so you can wash, go, and pack less

LAPASA Men's 2 Pack Quick Dry Travel Underwear Breathable Mesh Boxer Briefs for Outdoor Sports Lightweight Trunks M16

LAPASA Men's 2 Pack Quick Dry Travel Underwear Breathable Mesh Boxer Briefs for Outdoor Sports Lightweight Trunks M16
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2021
  • BREATHABLE AND MOISTURE WICKING - LAPASA mesh boxer briefs are made of an ultra-light mesh fabric and thus they provide an ergonomic fit. The mesh fabric is smooth to the touch and extremely comfortable, which makes these sport boxer briefs offer superb durability and efficiently wick moisture away from the skin. Furthermore, due to the nylon and spandex fibers, they also offer good stretch.
  • IDEAL CHOICE FOR TRAVELING AND OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES - The durable mesh fabric makes these sport boxer briefs light, stretchy and soft to the touch. These make our performance boxer briefs well-suited for traveling and all type of outdoor activities: hiking, mountaineering, trekking, running, backpacking etc. They are also your ideal choice for everyday and all-year-round use.
  • FORM-FITTED - Slightly relaxed and active fit allow these mesh sport boxer briefs a greater range of motion during high-energy activities. It provides you a very comfortable fit without restriction which means these mesh sport boxer briefs are hard to ride up. In terms of construction, the boxers are equipped with a stylish elastic waistband. The flatlock seams offers a great comfort, which will not chafe you by repeatedly rubbing against it.
  • SPECIAL TREATMENT-These mesh sport boxer briefs remain fresh after days of use, which will help you to pack lighter and smell better.
  • EASY CARE - These mesh sport boxer briefs are machine washable, they can maintain its properties easily after regular washing. One or two pairs will be enough for whole trip.

Balanced Tech Women's Seamless Bikini Panties 6-Pack - Grey/Charcoal/Black - Medium

Balanced Tech Women's Seamless Bikini Panties 6-Pack - Grey/Charcoal/Black - Medium
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2021
  • Each 6 Pack includes 3 assorted colors lightweight super comfort seamless Mid-rise bikini panties underwear
  • Odor resistance and Moisture wicking performance technology, keeps you fresh and feeling dry throughout your day
  • Tag-less labeling and no seam design eliminates chafing while minimizing no show panty lines, features full coverage
  • Quick dry, Wash on the Go with these and breathable athletic briefs, ensures fast drying perfect for traveling and active lifestyle
  • Stay in place 4 way stretch ultra-comfortable nylon elastane fabric allows for freedom of movement and conforms to the body for great mid rise support

ExOfficio Women's Give-N-Go Bikini Brief - Medium - Nude

ExOfficio Women's Give-N-Go Bikini Brief - Medium - Nude
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2021
  • This women's bikini brief is great for long travel days, weekend getaways, hikes, treks, and any time comfort, freshness and moisture wicking are your top concerns
  • Odor-reducing antimicrobial treatment keeps this underwear feeling fresher longer
  • Breathable/wickable mesh improves airflow and keeps you dry
  • Quick-drying fabric is ready to wear within hours so you can wash, go, and pack less
  • Waistband stretches to fit and retains shape; moderate coverage

Mens Disposable 100% Cotton Underwear - for Travel- Hospital Stays- Emergencies White med-20pk

Mens Disposable 100% Cotton Underwear - for Travel- Hospital Stays- Emergencies White med-20pk
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2021
  • Size: Measure Waist: Small 30-32, Medium-34-36, Large-38-40, X-large 42-44, 2x 46-48
  • 100% COTTON FABRIC - JUST LIKE REGULAR UNDERWEAR - You get the comfort of cotton in a disposable brief. No more using paper disposable underwear
  • HYGIENIC! NO MORE CARRYING AROUND DIRTY UNDERWEAR ON YOUR TRIPS - Wear and discard - Individually roll folded and wrapped for easy transport in your purse or overnight bag
  • PERFECT FOR TRAVELLING, HOSPITAL STAYS, CAMPING, HIKING, WORKING OUT, SPA VISITS, OR FOR EVERYDAY USE
  • DESIGNED IN THE USA - PERFECT FIT - Order your exact size

Balanced Tech Women's 3 Pack Classic Seamless Hipster Brief Bikini Panties - Black/Nude/Gray - Medium

Balanced Tech Women's 3 Pack Classic Seamless Hipster Brief Bikini Panties - Black/Nude/Gray - Medium
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2021
  • New Reinforced construction for longer lasting Comfort and durability for these super comfort seamless Mid-rise bikini panties underwear
  • Tag-less labeling and no seam design eliminates chafing while minimizing no show panty lines, features mid rise full coverage
  • Quick dry, Wash on the Go with these and breathable athletic briefs, ensures fast drying perfect for Working Out, traveling and active lifestyle
  • Odor resistance and Moisture wicking performance technology, keeps you fresh and feeling dry throughout your day
  • Stay in place 4 way stretch ultra-comfortable nylon elastane fabric allows for freedom of movement and conforms to the body for great support

Thailand Holidays and National Observance Days Are Wonderful Times to Visit Thailand

Thailand has 16 public holidays, more than almost any other country in the world.

January - New Year's Day - Thais do actually celebrate the Western New Year, even though the Thai New Year isn't until April. Most people go home to visit family, which means if you're outside Bangkok the roads can be pretty packed. In Bangkok, it's like heaven as all the traffic jams disappear and the normally polluted air is clean from the lack of cars. Thais who stay in Bangkok tend to go shopping as all the shopping malls and stores are open. In the Winter months too, beer gardens sprout up at shopping malls all over Bangkok, so you can spend New Year's Day having a nice meal and then head out to an open-air beer garden for great beer and live music.

February - Makha Bucha Day - An important day in the Buddhist calendar, Makha Bucha Day celebrates certain Buddhist teachings. On Makha Bucha Day, many of the schools in Thailand will march to their local temple carrying offerings for the monks. They will walk around the temple three times and then go inside to hear the monks speak about the Lord Buddha and his lessons. If you're staying anywhere near a Thai school, it's interesting to watch all the kids marching to the temple - some in traditional Thai costumes. In some areas, you'll get seven or eight schools going to the same temple so, watching the kids walking there is like watching a mini parade.

April - Chakri Memorial Day - Chakri Memorial Day celebrates the beginning of the Chakri Dynasty (the royal dynasty of the present King of Thailand). It's normally just a public holiday where some Thais will go to the temple but most will hang out with family and friends to go shopping or to eat. You'll also see a lot of enormous photos of the present King and Queen being put up all over Bangkok.

Songkran - Songkran is the big holiday in Thailand as it's Thai New Year. It's a three day holiday (Monday to Wednesday) although many people will take the week off. People travel to their families and then the water festival starts. All over Thailand, for three days, if you venture outside you will get wet through as kids and adults both splash, squirt or throw water at you. You may get a bit of a squirt of a water pistol, a splash from a hose pipe, or an entire bucket of water poured over your head and nobody is safe. If you don't like getting wet, stay inside until after 6pm when it will stop until the day after. But, Thailand is so hot at this time of year that getting wet is really really fun. Chiang Mai is the best place to celebrate Songkran, but anywhere is a blast.

May - Coronation Day - Coronation Day celebrates the coronation of His Royal Highness King Bhumipol Adulyadej, the present King of Thailand. Again, most Thais spend the day shopping or eating out with family. The shopping malls are packed on this day so, if you have urgent shopping, save it for another time if you can. Again, it's also a time for even more enormous photos of the King to be displayed. And, when I say enormous, I mean some of them are literally the size of 12 storey buildings. You'll even see the King's picture decorating the outside of massive sky scrapers, so his face can be seen for miles. Really lovely.

Royal Ploughing Day - This is an interesting holiday as it blesses Thailand's farmers. There is a fascinating ceremony at Sanam Luang, near the Grand Palace, in Bangkok which involves several oxen, some government officials and different grains. Depending on which grains the oxen eat first, this tells whether it will be a good harvest season or not in the coming year. The ceremony is also shown on Thai TV, so if you don't want to go down to the actual field (it gets quite crowded), you can still see it. If you do go to the field, it's a wonderful place to take photographs.

Vesak - May is chock full of holidays as Vesak is also a public holiday. Vesak celebrates Buddha's birthday, life and death, and on this day most Thais will go to temple to give make merit (donate to the temple and to the monks). Making merit means you will get a place in heaven, so public holidays like Vesak are important in Thailand. Some temples will also have temple fairs with lots of traditional Thai food, games, dancing and even Muay Thai (Thai kickboxing) matches.

July - Asanha Bucha Day- Another important day on the Buddhist calendar, this public holiday commemorates the Buddha's first teachings after he attained enlightenment. Again, another day where Thais go to give merit at the temple, and another day where you might find your local temple putting on a fair.

Khao Phansa Day - This day marks the beginning of Buddhist Lent. Buddhist Lent, unlike Western Lent, is not a time where Buddhist deprive themselves of anything though. It's simply a time where Thai Buddhists monks retreat to their temples for three months and meditate and pray. Ordinary Thais will spend some time at temple, but many will also spend the day shopping or with friends.

August - Queen's Birthday - August is when the Queen of Thailand's birthday is celebrated. It is also Mother's Day in Thailand (Mother's and Father's Day are the days of the King and Queen's birthdays, as they are seen at the 'Mother and Father of Thailand'). On this day, every Thai who can will spend the day with their families and usually take their mothers out for lunch or dinner. Not a day to go to a nice restaurant if you don't have your mom with you as every restaurant in town is packed full of Thai families. But, if your mom happens to be on holiday with you, then she'll be made to feel like a queen at any restaurant in Thailand. Flowers are also incredibly cheap in Thailand. You can actually purchase a bouquet of red roses for your mom for less than $3.

October - Chulalongkorn Day - This day commemorates the death of King Chulalongkorn or Rama V, one of Thailand's most beloved kings. King Chulalongkorn was involved in many projects that helped Thailand and Thai people and is spoken of as having helped to bring Thailand into the modern day world. He also abolished slavery in Thailand, so is one of Thailand's national heroes. On Chulalongkorn Day, again, it's a great time for families and friends to shop and eat, although many Thais will also buy large floral wreaths and lay them at the base of Rama V's statue at the Royal Plaza in Bangkok.

December - December is one of the best days for public holidays as there are three important ones.

King's Birthday - One of the most important holidays of the year is the birthday of the King of Thailand. It falls on December 5th every year and is also the day that all Thais celebrate Father's Day. The King of Thailand is revered almost like a living god, so Thais from all over the country go to temple to pray for the King. There is also an enormous celebration for the King at Sanam Luang (near the Grand Palace). A few hundred thousand Thais attend the celebrations. Here you'll find food stalls, musicians from all over Thailand playing on a gigantic stage. Then, when it goes dark, everyone in attendance will light a candle - an unbelievably beautiful sight, against the backdrop of Wat Phra Kaow and the Grand Palace, the most beautiful buildings in Thailand. In other provinces in Thailand, you will also find parades and fireworks as every Thai loves to celebrate the King. For fathers, it is also Father's Day and many Thais will take their dads out for a meal, to play a round of golf, or to a movie.

Constitution Day - Constitution Day falls on the 10th of December and celebrates Thailand's first real constitution. It's basically just a chance for a holiday from work after an exhausting year. Thais will either sleep, shop, eat or go and see a movie.

New Year's Eve - Even though it's a Western holiday, Thais still really get into New Year's Eve. There are several large concerts and shows all over Bangkok, all the night clubs throw big parties, and many of the restaurants will have special New Year's Eve dinners. The shopping malls are crowded and everyone is in a wonderful mood. Most Thai people are on holiday from December 31st to January 4th or 5th, so they're in a relaxed mood in preparation for their break. Central World Plaza in Bangkok is the most popular place to see in the New Year, but other places are fun too.

All of these public holidays in Thailand have one thing in common, Thais will have fun. Even at temple, or celebrating the King's birthday, Thais are a fun-loving people and make the best out of every moment. Public holidays are days to have a great time so, if you're lucky enough to be in Thailand for one of them, enjoy it.

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