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Lying humbly on the Andaman Coast, Trang is a land of unspoilt beauty, kind and friendly people, delicious food, amazing islands and paradise white sand beaches.

 

Located on the same line of historical settlements as Krabi, Phang Nga, Phuket and Ranong, Trang shares the same traditions and heritage. In the early Ratanakosin period, Kantang, which is now one of the six districts of the province, served as the main port of the Penang-Phuket land route. There were two main routes of transportation for these five coastal towns at that time: the land route and the sea route. Kantang used to be one of the main seaports of the south and for this reason Kantang was the capital of the province for many years. Legend has it that ships from other countries always landed at Kantang port at dawn, explaining how Trang got its name. "Trang" is derived from a Malaysian word meaning "Dawn".

 

Trang used to be a port involved in foreign trade. It was the first city where rubber was planted. Phraya Ratsadanupradit Mahison Phakdi brought rubber from Malaysia and planted it here before anywhere else in southern Thailand in 1899. Rubber is now considered an important commodity of Thailand. The important Trang River flows through the province from its origin in the Khao Luang mountain range and the Palian River from the Banthat mountain range. Trang province has an area of approximately 5,000 square km.

 

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We try to be home by 11pm. Next day working woh..

 

wah... 11 abit late....

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Ratchaburi means, "The land of the king. The province is full of cultural heritage, beautiful places, and historical sites. Ratchaburi covers 5200 square kilometers. It is located 80 kilometers west of Bangkok and borders Burma to the west with the Tanaosi range as a borderline. It has Mea Klong River through the center of town.

 

Ratchaburi has lots of places to visit and the most popular tourist attraction is Damnoen Saduak Floating Market. It is an identity of Ratchaburi and is also well known around the world. Damnoen Saduak Floating Market is in the Damnoen Saduak district. It shows the people's life style and the importance of the river as a mean of commerce. The vendors would paddle their boats up and down the waterways selling and bartering their merchandise. Their faces are often shielded from the strong rays of the sun by hats made from bamboo and palm leaves. The markets start in very early morning until 11:00 A.M. Nowadays, many tourists from around the world come to visit because it shows an old fascinating style traditions. That is why the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market became the top ten famous places in Thailand.

 

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SINGAPORE PUBLIC HOLIDAYS FOR THE YEAR 2011

 

The gazetted dates for the 11 specified public holidays for 2011 are as follows:

New Year’s Day 1 January 2011 Saturday

Chinese New Year 3 February 2011 Thursday

4 February 2011 Friday

Good Friday 22 April 2011 Friday

Labour Day 1 May 2011 Sunday*

Vesak Day 17 May 2011 Tuesday

National Day 9 August 2011 Tuesday

Hari Raya Puasa 30 August 2011 Tuesday

Deepavali 26 October 2011 Wednesday

Hari Raya Haji 6 November 2011 Sunday*

Christmas Day 25 December 2011 Sunday*

 

* The following Monday will be a public holiday

 

2 The date, 26 October 2011, for Deepavali needs to be checked against the Indian Almanac when it is available. Should there be a change in date, the Ministry of Manpower will issue a media release to announce the change.

 

3 The list of public holidays for 2011 is available on the Ministry of Manpower’s website at http://www.mom.gov.sg.

 

DEEPAVALI DATE FOR 2010

 

4 The Ministry would like to inform that there is no change to the Deepavali date this year and it remains on 5 November 2010, as previously announced.

 

 

Upz for this important information..

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You know you've been in Thailand too long when:

 

You think it?s normal to have a beer at 9:00 a.m.

 

You begin to enjoy Thai TV programs.

 

You look four ways before crossing a one way street.

 

You realize that ALL your problems are caused by Thai girls or cranky ATMs.

 

You put salt and chilli on your fruit

 

A Thai cop stops you for a minor infraction and you automatically reach for your wallet.

 

You think that a Honda Civic is a prestigious car.

 

All your tee-shirts are emblazoned with the name of some bar.

 

You can?t remember the last time you wore a suit and tie.

 

You think a polo shirt and jeans are formal attire.

 

Someone tells you that watching Thai politics is like watching two chameleons making love and you understand the analogy.

 

You aren?t upset when the bar girl next to you eats beetles as a snack.

 

Later the same night, you actually kiss the bar girl who earlier dined on the beetles.

 

You haven?t had a solid stool for five years.

 

You wake up in the morning and realize that you have nowhere to go and all day to get there.

 

You think white wine goes well with Som Tam.

 

You understand when your Thai wife says, ?My friend you? or ?Same, same, but different.?

 

A Thai bar girl you?ve just met tells you that her mother is deathly ill and you just laugh and walk away.

 

You realize that your Thai wife's loyalties belong to

1. Her parents.

2. Her brats from a previous marriage to a Thai scoundrel who deserted her.

3. Any remaining blood relatives.

4. The family buffalo.

5. The family?s goldfish.

6. You.

 

The Thai Navy buys a new submarine and you?re not surprised when the first thing they do is remove the mufflers and hang a garland from the rear view mirror.

 

You consider you mobile phone a fashion accessory.

 

You start wearing slippers everywhere

 

You start driving cars barefoot

 

You no longer enjoy Songkran. Instead, you stay home with a stack of videotapes.

 

You become an expert on buying and selling gold jewellery

 

Dogs become animals you'd rather kick than pet.

 

When driving a car you'll start using every free inch of the road.

 

You flash your 4 indicator lights when driving straight on at an intersection.

 

It?s two days before payday, so you only go to bars with balloons strung outside.

 

You realize that all the important words in Thai begin with the letter 'S'. Sanuk (Fun), Saduak (convenient), Sabai (comfortable), Suay pretty).

 

You believe that buying a gold chain is an acceptable courtship ritual, or at least a form of foreplay.

 

You think a calendar more useful than a watch.

 

You go to a Thai Boxing match and a soccer game breaks out.

 

You stand in the shadow of a telephone pole while waiting for a bus.

 

 

Please remember and memorise all the pointers..:thumb:

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LAKE BERA EMO RIDE

 

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Tasik Bera is important for its biodiversity. This is Malaysia's largest natural lake. It is a shallow, seasonal, riverine lake system that flows into the Pahang River (Peninsular Malaysia's longest river). It is home to 94 fish species, approximately 200 bird species; and endangered reptilian species such as the Malayan False Gharial (a freshwater, fish-eating crocodile), the totally protected Striped Giant Soft-Shelled Turtle, the much sought after Malayan Giant Turtle, reticulated pythons that can grow to a length of 18feet, prehistoric looking monitor lizards and lots of frogs species.

 

Date : 15 Aug 2010 (Sun)

Meet : 7am @ GP Petronas (2nd Link)

 

All bikes welcome !!!

 

Ride itinerary

 

Meet: 7.00am

(Plan to reach S'pore Immigration by 6:30am)

Place: 2nd Link Petronas

 

Coastal ride

Breakfast @ Mersing

Lunch @ Lake Bera, Pahang

Eat durian @ Segamat

Dinner @ GP

 

http://www.travelblog.org/Asia/Malaysia/Pahang/blog-512047.html

 

Interested

 

1. Ninjapura

2. Pipipapipu

 

 

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think i gonna be guai... stay in sg..

after my house ready then go out play...

my current and new house both like war zone.

haha

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think i gonna be guai... stay in sg..

after my house ready then go out play...

my current and new house both like war zone.

haha

 

ok be good boy..

 

next time i tell you what is good boy rule number 1.

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Mae Sot is a town in western Thailand that shares a border with Myanmar to the west. It is notable as a trade hub and for its substantial population of Burmese migrants and refugees. The town is part of the larger Tak Province and is the main land gateway between Thailand and Burma. As a result it has also gained notoriety for its trade in gems and teak, as well as black market services such as people trafficking and drugs.

 

Mae Sot is the location where Asian Highway AH1 links between Thailand and Burma; thus it is one of the most important gateways to Burma, along with Three Pagodas Pass. The Thai-Myanmar Friendship Bridge crossing the Moei River was constructed in 1997 completing the link between the two countries.[1] At the entrance of the bridge is the immigration office which is open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.

 

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Mae Sariang sits in the southern reaches of Mae Hong Son province at the junction of Routes 105 and 108 -- if you're doing the Mae Hong Son loop by motorbike (or some other means), Mae Sariang is about as far south as you get.

 

Regardless of its location at a traveller's crossroads, Mae Sariang remains a very sleepy untouristed affair. It sits on the eastern bank of the Yuam River and does more business as a small trading outpost than as a trekking centre (despite the desires of some resident entrepreneurs who dream of it as being Thailand's next Chiang Mai).

 

The trading part of Mae Sariang's enterprise comes partly due to nearby Mae Saem Laep -- a speck of a village clinging onto the east bank of the Salween River -- and facing Burma. There is a sizeable smuggling trade through Mae Sam Laep, and onwards through Mae Sariang.

 

Smuggling aside, Mae Sariang has a fair degree of charm in its own right -- there's lots of wooden buildings, a handful of Burmese-influenced wats, an interesting market, and, well a great glimpse of untouristed Thailand.

 

It's true Mae Sariang has considerable trekking potential -- its surrounds are dotted with mostly Karen villages and the village's often mountainous settings are stunning. However, this potential is tempered by the relatively high cost of tours and the small number of tourists coming here to trek.

 

http://www.mae-sarieng.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/11/mae-sarieng-environs.jpg

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ok be good boy..

 

next time i tell you what is good boy rule number 1.

 

what is no 1 rule?

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Tonight you come to GM w/o your bike i tell you..

 

or else i may have to silence you if i tell you..

 

tonight i go watch movie lor.......

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