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Bangkok, 17-21 Dec'05

Discussion in 'Thailand' started by terry, Nov 25, 2005.

  1. terry

    terry Regular Member

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    SaWahDee Kap,

    I m visiting Bangkok on 17-21 Dec'05. Hope to meet some of BC member and to play few game. Is there any badminton night on the date that i visiting?
    Hope to hear from Bangkok BC member soon. KapKunKap! :)
     
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  2. khwong

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    Forget about badminton in BKK. Just eat more tom yam and som tam!
    It will improve your badminton skills. Trust me!!!!:D
     
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    KAU CHAI!.. wei how u know som yam ha? :p
     
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    what is som yam ha?
     
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    Sawadeekap. Somtam is a salad Thai Version. :) sour and spicy.. nice. Yumyum.
     
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    chai! ahan thai aroi mak mak!:D
    yes! thai food is very delicious!
     
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    Sure i know bcos people used to call me sompol krakatauWONG!
    Just kidding!:D
     
  8. terry

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    UUhh ooh... cing cing mai? put thai keng keng ah ! :D
     
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    Don't forget the sticky rice with the som tam. Man, I miss Thailand, haven't gone back in 10 years.
     
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    Yeah man, but ChiangMai people call it tam som. It's reverse pronounce. Funny uh :rolleyes:
     
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    Hi Terry,

    You are welcome to visit Bangkok, during your stay in December
    we have a game everyday so please come and join us if you want.
    Please email me to inform more detail so that we make an appointment
    for badminton. porngris.b@thaiairways.com.

    See you soon.
    Paul ;)
     
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    Hi,

    I'll be visiting thailand 16-21 Dec. 16 Dec arrive at Bangkok airport hotel at night (the one at Zeer Rangsit), 17 Dec, leaving for Khao Yai maybe in the afternoon.

    Because I only have 1/2 day on 17 Dec, I was advised that it would be too little time to go from Airport Hotel to First Sport to buy Badminton Racquets...

    I would like to get at700/800 and ns8000... :crying: any 'cheap' badminton shop near Zeer Rangsit?
     
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    Hi Storkbill,

    First Sport is the best place to buy and there is no badminton shop around
    your hotel. It will take you approximately two and a half hours to get to
    Khao Yai where you should spend your time there at least one day.
    If there is anything that I can do for you, please email me at
    porngris.b@thaiairways.com

    Paul
     
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    Haha i find this funny now. Terry ,i will be in TH on the 22nd until the 26th Dec! Missed you guys for a day.
     
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    Aiyoh, too bad lah. If not you can bring around or maybe we can play badminton over there. :eek:
     
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    Yeah lor.. if no badminton.. we go for food then.
     
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    Dear Paul,
    I drop you mail. Please reply me. Thanks. :)

    Terry.
     
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    good job you have there. :D
     
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    Hi Paul

    What date is the Thai Open 2006? Does it coincide with the Chinese New Year dates around 27-31 January?

    Was thinking whether it will be a good time to drop by Bangkok.
     
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    Thailand Open will be in July 2006. There is no major opens in SEA in January.
     

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