Jul 13, 2022
In Welcome to the Forum
Hear & See Finland, Wasiq Sauna is a great invention of the extreme northern country Finland and its ancestors who fought against the cold climate. In the past ten years, a new landscape has appeared in Helsinki, the capital of Finland - more and more large saunas appear in the urban area, combining the international splendor with the simplicity of Finland, forming a unique and stunning feature. Why are saunas getting bigger and bigger and more crowded? The purpose is very simple, it is to introduce the beauty of sauna to foreigners who do not understand sauna culture and its indispensable role in life. The way Finland is introduced is very simple, it is to open the door and you are welcome to experience it for yourself. Finland and sauna are like photo background removing Taiwanese to electric cooker Many countries have a sauna culture, but only Finland has embraced the sauna in a low-key and enthusiastic manner, making it an internationally renowned quality. The Finns are to the sauna, just like the Taiwanese are to the Datong electric cooker. It is a kind of familiarity that you can look at each other and laugh without words, and it is also like the feeling of parents and children that blood is thicker than water. According to the BBC, the actual number of saunas "currently has a total population of 5.3 million people in Finland, and there are 3.3 million saunas (more than cars) throughout the country, mainly in kitchens, offices, factories, sports centers, boats, and mines. ” In fact, there was a time when saunas were like Facebook today. They were a kind of social network. There were public saunas in various cities in Finland, which were strongly connected with ordinary people's life. Just like the public bathhouses in Taiwan that originated from the Japanese occupation period, it is a field where local people can build common feelings However, in the Second World War, with the evolution of urbanized apartment equipment, saunas began to turn to apartments, and public saunas gradually withdrew from history. Due to this factor, many Finnish industrialists and entrepreneurs hope to recreate this public sauna in Helsinki, a city once known as the "Spa Capital".