Hat Yai Songkran 2013

The night before departure, I did some stupid stuff. I bought a transparent food preserver to cover up my iphone and I assumed it wont get wet and the touch screen still functional as usual. Oh god…at last I took off the plasticky thing and put it inside my water-proof bag instead. Image

Arrived at the customs of Thailand. Red passport holder, anak Malaysia. Image

People on the street started to splash water to each other. This shot was taken nearby the customs station. We started to put all valuable things into the water-proof bag after seeing this crazy scene.

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As expected, we got wet before we check-in into our hotel room. We were attacked by the passer-by along the street during a tuk-tuk ride from bus station to our hotel. We tried to cover and protect our baggages as much as we can but our clothes inside the bag still got wet at the end. Sigh…Image

Nesha was filling water for the water-gun that we just bought from the street.

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Team!! Ready…

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We took a group photo before going out for war.Image

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We called ourselves as water-gun warriors.

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Cross-hands

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Thai-girl

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We rocked Hatyai that night.

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Put our hands up

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Government water-tank trunk (Red) supply water to the public to fill up their water-gun.

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Splashes

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Bath the buddha

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Reservoir

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It was raining but who’s cares.

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Reporter was doing his best job to practise his speech for recording later.

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Mango rice

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I always love to shop in 7-eleven Thailand. It never stop surprising me with fun stuffs, foods, and drinks.

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Kena bully, pity Nesha.

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Bubble-soap-maker machine.

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Don’t look down at your enemies, they might be small in size but strong in strength.

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The result of bully kids, kena bully back. Hahaha

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They threw people into their iced water tank. Pity fella. That must be damn cold.

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Lady also kena.

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Spent the whole day in the town and played around with random people on the street around our hotel and we didn’t travel much. Finally, we arranged a small trip to the floating market nearby the Hatyai town.

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Here used to have a bridge across the river but it have been destructed and rebuilding it. So the bridge where I was standing on is the temporary one.

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Basically they just park their boat beside the river and sell the food to the tourists, mostly are local snacks.

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We went to try out the Thai foot massage after the long day of walking and travelling. Time to let our legs to release its tiredness and stresses. The sifu that served me is a guy, his name is Pok.

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Sifu stretching my leg and I gave an awesome expression.

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See! Tian Heng was so enjoyed with the massage of this lady.

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Found some unbelievable big head prawn at the seafood stall beside the road.

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We purposely walked 1KM to the local market to eat this pork rice on the last day morning of our trip.Image

Just before leaving the hotel, we took a group photo together, again. Nice to travel together with buddies and I hope we could make more trip in the future. Look forward to it.

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