Wednesday, November 07, 2007

Chiengmai ( unplugged ), Thailand

Just a wee bit post about my trip to Chiengmai, Thailand ( The Land Of Smiles ) with a group of my brothers….please TRY not to have naughty thoughts huh? We went there for a noble cause...kekekeke

Duration spent : 5 days, 4 nights

Total damage : RM3500++

Entertainment value : VERY GOOD, priceless infact

Shopping value : GOOD

Sightseeing value : GOOD

Value for money : 7 on a scale of 1 to 10

Made quite a lot of friends ( Farangs and Thais alike ), visited many interesting places, drank ourselves to hell and back daily…….and the rest is history.

Below are some self explanatory photographs of our time in Chiengmai….

Kenny "Long Neck" with his new family

Eurich loving the thai version of Kuey Teow

Simon jumping onto the Long Neck band wagon...

I assured this beauty that having something which is longer than a "long neck" is equally as important

Kou Lou the Hitman and a target for the ladyboys ( we still dunno why?? )

My "Thai" friend and me....Sa Bai Dee Mai Kenny??

The Gang's visit at Bhuping Palace

All in all we took about 400 plus pics and quite a number of short videos...can't upload them all. Below is the excerpt for the Best of The Best...

2 every1 his/her OWN..............


kat said...

For noble cause, also you kekeke.. For notti cause, wat you do?? muahahaha??? :P

minyak angin cap kapak said...

where is all the night activities? this is not giving the true pictures....

Jamie said...

dear kat....where I got do notti things wan? I holy man ma..kekekeke

m.a.c.k. aka kenny: aloooo...the night pics in your camera ma...pass to me and I will upload...I only have the Muay Thai pics for Chiengmai ( unplugged, part 2 )...HAHAHHAA. James must be banging his head on the wall right now huh?

Judy said...

What do you mean by "noble cause, kekeke" Let me guess. Helping the natives of Thailand? *Scratches head*

You visited red light area ah?

Lovely photo.

Jamie said...

dear judy...our noble cause means:
1) helping the natives
2) helping the poor
3) visiting shrines and places of holy worships
4) anything thats good

To say that we didn't visit the "RED" area is bullshit that no one will believe BUT we didn't frequent or help any of the people working there...we had no choice but to pass the place cause its on the way in and out of our daily transit..kekekekeke ( nice hotel )

genius said...

can sent me some nice chick photo? thanks.

Jamie said...

genius: sure, no prob bro. u like the chick holding the umbrella which I took a pic with ar? I have her number, can give it to you...kekeke

Keith said...

Why everybody thinks about "red" area when talk about Thailand? Thailand has much more impressive things to see and try. There is never a dull day in Thailand. Whether it is the Songkran Festival or the first cool breeze of the winter season, there is always something to make you smile, laugh, cry or get excited about. The country still exudes a special charm even as visitors numbers increase as Thailand's tourist industry thrives. Thailand has recently attracted significant foreign investment in Thailand property and it has become one of the Asian economic leaders and is one of the fastest-growing economies in the region.
About sightseeing - I was impressed by Phra Si-Sakayamunee ,the Buddha statue in the (Royal Temple)Phra Viharn Luang of Wat Suthat Thep Wararam, made of casted bronze. This statue is the largest one of all castled Buddha statues discovered in Thailand. The dimension is 6.25 meters in width. Phra Si-Sakayamunee was the principal Buddha statue in the Phra Viharn Luang of Wat Mahathat ,Sukhothai. In the stone inscription of Wat Pa Mamuang (Sukhothai), indicated that Phra Maha-Dhammaraja Lithai King of Sukhothai ordered to mould this statue and had a celebration in 1361.