What does Ralf Ohletz wear when he travels?
Sometimes I look a bit funny, but I don’t care — I travel with a sarong. For me, a sarong is something I wear at my house in Bali. It’s an open piece of cloth that you fold up and that’s worn by men and women. It’s not a sari; it’s a sarong. It’s very comfortable. Mostly now, when you fly first class — especially on Singapore Airlines and other Asian airlines — you get pajamas. Before, that was not the case, so I travel with a sarong and change from my pants into my sarong before I sleep. It’s very comfortable and very easy to change; you can change at your seat.