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Logo Symbology

108108  : This is believed to be the holy number for Buddhism; we always see the number on Buddha statues or Buddha bowls in the Buddhist temple. The Lankavatara Sutra has a section where the Bodhisattva Mahamati asks Buddha 108 questions. In some schools of Buddhism it is believed that there are 108 defilements. In Japan, at the end of the year, a bell is chimed 108 times in Buddhist temples to finish the old year and welcome the new one. Each ring represents one of 108 earthly temptations a person must overcome to achieve nirvana. Mostly, they wear a rosary with 108 beads.
Symbology: the number 108 is often used for different meanings of both religions Buddhism and Hinduism and according to some books represents the reincarnation of Siddhartha Gautama Buddha or circle of his life before he received enlightenment and became Buddha.

circle Circle : It represents a full Moon, Sun or Earth, early in history, circles were a symbol of God or divinity. They appeared as halos around heads of Buddha and Gods.
Symbology: Lacking a beginning or ending, infinity or wholeness, perfection or the Eternal. In Buddhism it is believed that it is the circle of life - birth, adolescence, marriage, growing older until death, or series of emotions - crying, laughing, smiling, anger, hunger, sadness, happiness, suffering, unhappiness, enjoyment, sorrow.

triangleTriangle : In Sanskrit, the word "Trimurti" meaning 'three faces' is a concept in Hinduism: “in which the cosmic functions of creation, maintenance, and destruction are personified by the forms of Brahma the creator, Vishnu the maintainer or preserver, and Shiva the destroyer or transformer. These three deities have been called “the Hindu triad” or the great Trinity” often addressed as “Brahma-Vishnu-Maheshwara” and the triangle often symbolizes ascent to heaven in most religions.
Symbology: Power, highest, strongest, brightness

The Spirit Asia Travel Logo's NameThe Spirit Asia Travel’s logo: In its entirety, the Spirit Asia Travel logo can be translated to symbolize ''Of good value of ancient and universal symbols'' it also attempts to benefit the souls and minds of our clients' during their visit to the sites with us. They experience never ending insight, illumination and balance of principles, as we learned both within and external to ourselves, brings us closer to God, heaven, Nirvana, Meru Mount, perfection, power, highest, brightness and significant holidays with spirit of the places visited”. All the sites will come alive with our spiritual moment.

Our Slogan : Journeys from the spirit within…  It came through our souls experience through South-East Asia. After years of guiding experience through Indochina, we believe that the spirit stays around us most of the time, looking at us, helping us and protecting us. All journeys have secret destinations of which the traveler is unaware, with The Spirit Asia Travel holidays we believe that all our trips happen from the spirit within and this makes our journeys unique and stand out from other tour companies. A journey can be a great adventure… A journey can help you to find yourself… A journey can inspire you…

Color Symbology

Orange : In Asian traditions the color orange symbolizes spirituality in most countries and is worn by Buddha and Buddhist Monks.

Blue : In Cambodia, the color blue is often used for the King in the Royal Palace for decoration such as the Royal Palace flag and others. It also appeared on the Cambodia National Flag as Blue, Red and White (Blue=King, Red=Nation, White=Religion).

Dark Red color : known in Pali as Manjittha, we see in Cambodia and other Buddhist countries, used for Buddhist monks of a higher level. The color is also associated with vigor, willpower, rage, anger, leadership, courage, longing, malice, and wrath. Dark red has implications of anger, high energy, determination, and much passion. A red rose, given to the bearer's lover or partner has always been known as a symbol of love. In Christianity, red symbolizes love, blood and the martyrdom of Christ. In Hindu belief, red represents the Kundalini or Genital Chakra.

The Spirit Asia Travel’s logo name is derived from ancient and universal symbols. It combines both religions Hinduism, Buddhism and the King in Angkor in its spiritual philosophies and the holy colors for company. Even the initials of our full name is SAT (Saturday) it represents holiday and also related to many religions in the world. Saturday is the day that people go on holiday and go to pray at religious temples. The Spirit Asia Travel was born in Cambodia, a Kingdom of rich culture, tradition and civilization, steeped in recent history of the the Khmer Empire, Khmer Rouge and the end of civil war right up until the present. Its people have an understanding of both happiness and unhappiness in their life and are very hospitable, very open minded and interested in meeting people from foreign lands. Additionally, The Spirit Asia Travel’s logo was founded with the concept of sacred power, highest, strongest, happiness, brightness, charity, compassion, sympathy, equality, perfection and the eternal. Journeys from the spirit within…

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