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[Ride] OCT Patong beach,PHUKET Kun thai Ride : 9 to 14 Oct 09


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sure, can if u want, join me join me... :cheers:

 

 

fly there ah ? i joing u hor .....:angel:

 

 

that is Y u r the KING but u try using my XT250, i tell u will go crazy... :puke:

 

 

 

last year i ride once from patong to hougang..is 1450:puke:

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Life is short, Ride hard..........

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sure, can if u want, join me join me... :cheers:

 

 

 

that is Y u r the KING but u try using my XT250, i tell u will go crazy... :puke:

 

One more time~~~~:cheers:

 

this year do it one more time .:lol:

 

OKie..u Onz i Onz...all the way from patong to singapore...:lovestruck:

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One more time~~~~:cheers:

 

 

 

OKie..u Onz i Onz...all the way from patong to singapore...:lovestruck:

 

wah~~~~ siao ar... like that how to enjoy the ride.... very dangerous siah.

Simon Soh

It's not the destination we conquered but ourselves.

 

Chiang Saen, Land of Golden Triangle

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26th Dec 05' - 9th Jan 06' Northern Thailand Trip

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wah~~~~ siao ar... like that how to enjoy the ride.... very dangerous siah.

 

haha....joking nia...i want to enjoy the ride..not the speed!!!:cheers:

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From 9th - 14th October 2009 (FRI,SAT,SUN,MON,TUE,WED).

 

Meeting Point: GP ESSO

Meeting Date: 09/10/2009

 

Meeting Time: 0200 hrs

 

Travelling Speed: 120km/h and above

 

(Total Mileage Est. around 3000km)

 

2 nites Stay Hotel @ Heartland of the Town.

 

3 nites Hotel stay @ patong beach

 

$200 per pax for 5 nites

 

(twin sharing per room)

 

Open to class 2 A and above.

 

Organiser: racingter(+6582984543)

 

Confirmed early for hotel booking.

 

Dateline: Confirmation latest by 1st of OCTOBER.

 

Confirmed: Pls provide Nick + Bike model.

1.racingter FZ1

2.Roy FZ6

3.anthony DN01

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Pending

 

1.pichudot

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Itinerary:

09/10/09

 

 

Singapore, GP -> Hatyai town.

 

 

- Meet at GP Esso at 0200 hrs (FRI) short briefing before moving out.

 

- Ayer Keroh R&R(Top up)

 

- Rawang R&R (Top up)

 

- Sg. Perak R&R (Top up & short break)

 

- Bkt Kayu Hitam Petronas @ 10km marked(Final top up & head count)

 

- Check in hotel in Hatyai @ 1500 hrs (Estimated Time)

1600 hrs (Singapore time)

 

 

10/10/09

 

- 0800 hrs to move off to phuket (participants are encouraged to consume light breakfast before riding)

 

* Route to take *

 

- PHATTALUNG

 

- TRANG ( DIM SUM LUNCH )

 

- KRABI

 

- PHANGA

 

- PHUKET

 

- PATONG BEACH

 

Check in hotel @ 1600 hrs (Estimated time)

 

* Renting of bikes...(Optional,u can prefer riding your bike or renting of bikes)

 

* Group dinner + surrounding introduction.

 

 

11/10/09

 

- 0900 HRS meet up @ lobby for (Secret closet beach for breakfast)

 

- Karon view for scenery pics taking

 

- Range shooting

 

- Go kart Racing

 

- bungee jump (optional for the big hearted)

 

- Night Seafood dinner + Night spot introduction ( Gay pub/Transexual bar/Discos )

 

 

 

12/10/09

 

Free and Easy DAY!!!!

 

 

 

13/10/09

 

- 0700HRS ready to move off to hatyai.

 

- Lunch @ random petrol kisok restoran.

 

- 1500 hrs check in Hotel (Estimated Time)

 

- Early rest for long haul next day.

 

 

 

14/10/09

 

- 0800HRS GEt ready to move off to sadao border for immigration clearance ( Participants are encouraged to Consume Light breakfast before riding )

 

- Makan Dinner @ ayer keroh A & W .

 

- (Estimated) time to reach Singapore is 2100 HRS.

 

 

 

* Please Note that organiser have the right to change Itinerary's Content without pior notifications.

 

 

 

 

Best regards,

racingter

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

* Do You KNow * Thai language is very similar with our local hokkien,In hatyai and many places in thailand, they are easily communicated by simple english,chinese or hokkien and cantonese.

 

- Thailand is 1 hour earlier than singapore time(Eg.SG Time:1200, Thai Time:1100

 

- Male will end a sentence with krup,and female will ends with Ka.

 

- How much? (in Thai) Tao rai krup?

 

- Where is the toliet? Hong nam you tee nai ?

 

- Don't want Mai ao

 

- Cannot Mai dai

 

- Dont Have mai mee

 

- Go pai

 

- straight dong

 

- left sai

 

- right kua

 

- Ice yen

 

- Calling for bill Gib tang

 

- Thankyou Kor pun krup

 

- numeric thai sequence

 

- 0 Soon

 

- 1 Neung

 

- 2 song

 

- 3 sam

 

- 4 see

 

- 5 har

 

- 6 hok

 

- 7 jik

 

- 8 pek

 

- 9 gao

 

-10 sip

 

- hundred Loy (eg 250 b in thai, Song loy har sip

 

- Thousand phang

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haha....joking nia...i want to enjoy the ride..not the speed!!!:cheers:

 

wat kinda ride ar? :cheeky:

The Road less Travelled

 

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u think u r Brittaney Spear? :cheeky:

 

 

One more time~~~~:cheers:

 

 

 

 

nw cannot lioa, u got another Mrs to answer lioa....

 

OKie..u Onz i Onz...all the way from patong to singapore...:lovestruck:

 

 

ya, well said...

 

 

wah~~~~ siao ar... like that how to enjoy the ride.... very dangerous siah.

 

 

so what kind of ride u expect?

 

 

wat kinda ride ar? :cheeky:

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Life is short, Ride hard..........

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siao eh... clear leave for 2009 ah??? :faint:

 

exactly,i am taking Unpaid..due to... shortage of leave!!!:cheeky:

 

mr groom, can put me in pending list? :smile:

 

 

sure bro...y not?hope u can join our kun thai road trip..:thumb:

 

u sure ...............:faint:

 

u onz...i sure...:faint:

 

wat kinda ride ar? :cheeky:

 

wat ride u want..let us call..the octopus ride?

 

u think u r Brittaney Spear?

 

 

in fact i prefer ppl calling me britney...

 

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Phuket.

 

Phuket Island was assumed by geologists to be once part of the mainland in the form of a cape sticking out into the Andaman Sea but millions of years later the cape was gradually eroded by natural forces and finally detached from the main land.

 

One of the first known traces of Phuket is from a book written around the year 157 by Claudius Ptolemy, a famous Greek philosopher, that to travel to Malay Peninsula by ship, the travelers had to pass a cape known as Junk Ceylon. Located between latitudes 6 N and 8 N (which is the present site of Phuket Island), Junk Ceylon was at that time visited by merchants of several nations including India, Persia, and Arabia. The island offered a bay that protected its harbor from the wind and monsoon, making it a good stopover. Moreover, it had plenty of tin ore deposits that fetched high prices at that time.

 

A memorable moment in Phuket history was when a passing sea captain, Francis Light, sent word that the Burmese were en route to attack. Forces in Phuket were assembled led by the two heroines, Kunying Jan, Thao Thep Krasattri, wife of Phuket's recently deceased governor, and her sister Mook, Thao Si Sunthon. There was a shortage of men so she allegedly ordered 500 women to dress as soldiers with coconut palms daubed in soot to look like weapons. This tactic seemed to delay a full-on Burmese attack. After a month's siege the Burmese were forced to depart on 13 March, 1785. Kunying Jan and her sister were credited with the successful defense.

The Burmese attacked Phuket three more times between 1809-12 but armed forces from Bangkok arrived in time to repel further Burmese onslaughts. With Burma's capitulation to the British, ensured that there would be no more Burmese invasions of Thailand.

 

During the Nineteenth Century Chinese immigrants arrived in such numbers to work for the tin mines that the ethnic character of the island's interior became predominantly Chinese, while the coastal settlements remained populated essentially by Muslim fishermen.

 

In Rama V's reign, Phuket became the administrative center of a group of tin mining provinces called Monton Phuket, and in 1933, with the change in government from absolute monarchy to a parliamentary system, the island was established as a province by itself.

 

It was not until 1967 that Sarasin Bridge was built to connect the main land with Phuket.

 

Tin mining industry has played a specially important role in the economic development of the island province but it has declined especially after 1985 when the price of tin fell by half. Other important products of Phuket are marine products, latex, rubber, fuel oil and frozen fish.

 

With the opening of an international airport in 1976, Phuket effectively became a tourist economy. Over 4 million tourists arrived to Phuket in year 2002 and they spent about 72 billion baht on the island.

 

The permanent Island Population consists of a total of 292,245 (end 2005) with 140,703 males and 151,542 females. They consist of Thai-Buddhist, 71%; Muslim 25%; and Chao Le (Sea Gypsy) 4%. The majority of population live in Phuket town and at Patong Beach.

 

Thalang National Museum

If you want to learn more about the history of Phuket we recommend a visit to the Thalang National Museum. This museum was established in 1985 in Thalang just 200 meters from the Heroines Monument. Built in a southern architectural style, the museum exhibits the Battle of Thalang, the way of life, culture and history of Phuket and the South.

 

 

 

 

Patong Beach is a beach on Phuket's west coast. It is the main tourist resort in Phuket and contains the centre of Phuket's nightlife and cheap shopping on the island. The beach became popular with western tourists, especially Europeans, in the late 1980s. Numerous large hotels and chain hotels are located in Paton

 

Patong Beach is maybe more famous for its nightlife than the 2-kilometer beach that runs the entire length of Patong. Nightlife is centered on two main areas Bangla Road and Paradise Complex, with Bangla Road being predominantly straight and Paradise Complex being predominantly gay. Much mixing of the two scenes occurs due to Phuket Island's tolerant nature.

 

On December 26, 2004, Patong Beach along with many other areas along the western coast of Phuket and Thailand were struck by a tsunami caused by the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake. The wave caused a great deal of destruction to the waterfront of the beach although the destruction was not nearly as bad as nearby in Khao Lak. It took probably less than 6 months to rebuild 80% of what was destroyed and 1 year after you could hardly not see any traces of destruction caused by the Tsunami.

 

Patong Beach - History

Official permanent population is 14797 (2006) persons but the real number is probably as high as 60,000 in high season.

1827 Baan Kathu and Baan Patong are small villages without convenient transportation

1898 The Island is organized into five grades of local administration.

1947 The government approves 60,000 THB for a basic road over the hill to Patong

1969 Patong is upgraded to a "sanitation district" and taxes of 20,000 THB a year are collected.

1976 A sealed road is built to Patong.

1979 Electricity arrives

1994 Patong sanitation district is upgraded to a municipally

2004 Patong was hit by the Asian Tsunami 26 December

2005 Recovery year, tourism back to 80% at end of the year. Opening of Patong OTOP Shopping Paradise, Thanon Rat-U-Thit 200P (south end).

2006 Jungceylon, Patong's first full-fledged modern air-con shopping mall, complete with 200 shops, integrated hotel, etc. Still under construction and the opening has been postponed several times, but will probably launch some time in end of 2006

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after seeing the 1st two para, my eyes went blurred... like this --> http://cococokie.files.wordpress.com/2007/05/onion41.gif?w=50&h=50

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after seeing the 1st two para, my eyes went blurred... like this --> http://cococokie.files.wordpress.com/2007/05/onion41.gif?w=50&h=50

 

 

haha..becos u 24/7 log in SBF ..eyes never rest mah..:faint:

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o really? no la actually... i jus merely leave the page on only... that's y it's reflected as online... :p

 

also, i'm a IT personnel in office mah... of cus it's like glued to the screen for at least more than 8 hours... sometimes at home also need to 'glued' back to office workstation... :faint:

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