Free and Easy 4 days 3 night to Bangkok from 10Jan to 13 Jan 2018

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Good morning everyone.

I shall be organising 4 day 3 night trip to Bangkok from 10 to 13 Jan 2018.

1 Terence hosting a southern Thai dinner for all participants coming with Stella’s group. Genuine authentic southern Thai food. U are guaranteed to like it.
 Near thonglor BTS train station.

It seems Soi Thonglor is a pretty good spot to indulge in Southern recipes, from the long-established, baan-baan Kua Kling Pak Sod to the cute Phuket Town. Now, the owner has brought his grandparents’ long-popular Mueng Korn (Nakhon Si Thammarat) recipes to this bar-centric district.

This branch boasts a sleek façade with floor-to-ceiling windows covering the two-story venue. Upstairs is for private dining while downstairs reminds us of the green décor of the original branch, but brought up to date with glossy leather chairs. Tall bookshelves run along the walls alongside framed newspaper articles singing praises.

The menu here is well-designed and it seems you can just point at random because every dish we’ve sampled is a must-try. Start with the pad sator kapi goong (stir-fried prawns with sataw beans, B220), which boasts well-rounded flavors thanks to the shrimp paste and fresh and crunchy beans.

The gaeng luaeng pla sam lee (spicy sour soup with black-banded trevally and fermented young bamboo shoot, B180) is an impressive combination of sour and spicy, but we wouldn’t recommend it to anyone who can’t handle a little heat.

Don’t worry, though, they still have plenty of milder options, like the moo kapi (steamed pork in sweet shrimp paste, B180), a delicious blend of sweet and salty. The khua kling moo(herbal, stir-fried pork, B180) is surprising in that it isn’t all that spicy, though it’s still packed full of flavor.

Prices here are slightly more expensive than the original venue, but you’re still bound to get bang for your baht, which explains why the restaurant is packed with in-the-know families during dinner and on weekends.

2 For those who wants to  be Pampered you may join us for full body aromatherapy massage and / or sauna  to ENJOY the luxury of the King and I Sauna.
The cost is reasonable as our Spore currency is strong for such a ” high end ”  spa  environment with excellent facilities.
Masseurs are trained and experienced.
You will slept soundly when the massage therapy was applied on your whole body.

3 We can be naughty. Go where the guys go. And Ballroom and Latin dancing at club.

4 We can visit 1 of the Top best high rise Roof Top Bars or visit to the night club, only the local can go. That was fun… lol

5  And, for those who cannot sleep early, I offer to bring you to Yawarat Chinatown for late night porridge.

6 The Damnoen Saduak Floating Market and Rose Garden.
The Grand Palace or the  Vivamek Summer Mansion building made completely of wood.
The Jim Thompson Silk House etc

Pls take note of the travelling date:
SIN BANGKOK 10 JAN 2018
BANGKOK SIN 13 JAN 2018

December I will be in Spain, Surabaya and Bali.

This trip’s transport will be facilitated by B.T.S.(Same like M.R.T) Those who are interested please registered or msg me at 94593681 and I will add u to my “Bangkok-Discuss” group.

Cheers !

1 Stella
2 Terence Seah
3 Alan Choo
4 Wilfred
5 Steven Chan
6 Doreen Chan
7 shirly lai
8 Doreen Ho
9 Christina Teo
10 Daisy Yeo
11 Mega
12 Yatsing
13 Annie Seah
14 Yap Siew Keng
15 Ong Chew Teck
16 Pat oei
17 linda oei
18 Lydia Chin
19 Christian Phua
20 Terassa seow
21 jane Tan
22 Jeffrey Gan
23 Irene
24 Steven yuen
25 Low char lee
26 leon Lau
27 evonne chew
28 joseph seow
29 Ang
30 Ang friend

CLOSED

Hi Stella, I am fine to accept this list only. So, we use this list and stop at 30 pax sharp. After 30 pax, anybody who joins will pay for their own dinner.

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Recently someone had posted a comment in this plafform just because i have deleted her from my personel group chart.
Since it is my personel group chart, I had every right to delete anyone out if i think is not suitable to be in my personel group chat.

Please take noted of what terence msg.
Below is terence msg.
Terence Seah on August 13, 2017 at 7:23 pm said:


SilverHairsClub has one objective, and that is to provide a platform for SilverHairs over 45 to meet new and more friends. Club does not have the resources to moderate issues between members. I can only advise members to find peaceful means to resolve any differences.

Members who find other members not acceptable in anyway, can choose to leave the Club. I have one philosophy “Stay away from those whom u find distasteful. Don’t let anyone make you unhappy”.

Fairy Godmother is going overseas for her holidays. She doesn’t want to be disturbed on this matter.

Terence Seah

Like wat Terence always say.
He can’t dictate to organisers…

If members not happy they can resign

23 thoughts on “Free and Easy 4 days 3 night to Bangkok from 10Jan to 13 Jan 2018

  1. Hi Stella,

    I offer to host a Thai dinner at “Baan Ice” at Soi Tonglor, Sukhumvit Soi 55. Absolute famous for it’s authentic Aahan Tai. Dinner for all participants in your group. Nearest BTS Tonglor.

    Tq for being a GL.

    Terence Seah

  2. Hi terence

    Great !
    When is the date of the dinner .
    I believe many of our shc members would be happy to join the dinner.

    The trip is between 10 jan to 24 jan.

    Now busy packing for my trip to spain.
    Will be back on 18 dec and will be away on 24 to 30dec again.
    In between 19 dec to 23 dec or 1jan to 9 jan, hope we can meet up for a cup of coffee in singapore and dicuss abt how many person will join for the dinner.

    Nice to have dinner together at bkk.

    Cheers !

    Stella

  3. Hi Stella,

    I love visiting Bangkok for its yummy food and shopping. As I have taken leave to go to Tokyo last week of January, I have to give this a miss. Hopefully the timing is good the next time you decide to arrange again.
    Many thanks.

    Cheers
    Caroline

  4. Dear Caroline

    Glad to hear that you love bangkok.
    Enjoy your tokyo holiday.
    Let meet on my next thailand event in DOI ANG KANG .Can see cherry blossom in winter too.
    Or SUKHOTHAI .I like their culture there.
    Honestly I hope your event to be sat this time cause sunday i might have visitors and relatives coming to my house pai nien.
    Anyway whether sat or sunday, I hope both will full with partipants
    Cheers !

    Stella

    • Dear Stella,
      Thank you. I will but the cold brrrrr….. haha!
      Yes, looking forward to your next Thailand trip plans. You know all the ins and outs, every nook and corner of Bangkok, so you will make a very good tour leader. The group going on this trip will benefit from your know all about Bangkok.
      See you soon.
      Cheers
      Caroline

  5. Wow, Stella dear, huge response for this BKK trip and wish I could go too but regret to say that I had my constraints to juggle my time these days. Will definitely support should time permits next time when you organise 1 again…

    Enjoy your holiday in Spain… Cheers.. Dolly

  6. Dolly dear
    Hope my next event timing is favourably for caroline and you.
    In the meantime , my blessing for club 5 event .
    Leaving to spain tomorrow and all air tickets and hotels at bangok are settled.
    Thank.for the bkk group co operation.

    Cheers !

    Stella

  7. Hi seng kim
    Welcome to join us for this bkk trip.
    If you want me to add to our bangkok diccussing grp , pls msg me 94593681 so that we can tell you more detail.
    See you !

    Stella

  8. Hi everyone

    Recently someone had posted a comment in this plafform just because i have deleted her from my personel group chat.
    Since it is my personel group chat , I had every right to delete anyone out if i think is not suitable to be in my personel group.chat.

    Please take noted of what terence msg.
    Below is terence msg.
    Terence Seah on August 13, 2017 at 7:23 pm said:

    SilverHairsClub has one objective, and that is to provide a platform for SilverHairs over 45 to meet new and more friends. Club does not have the resources to moderate issues between members. I can only advise members to find peaceful means to resolve any differences.

    Members who find other members not acceptable in anyway, can choose to leave the Club. I have one philosophy “Stay away from those whom u find distasteful. Don’t let anyone make you unhappy”.

    Fairy Godmother is going overseas for her holidays. She doesn’t want to be disturbed on this matter.

    Terence Seah

    Like wat Terence always say.
    He can’t dictate to organisers…

    If members not happy they can resign

  9. Hi bobby

    Your quote :

    “I would like to attend Terence dinner though been to BKK a couple of time. Please count in for this trip.”

    Very ironical to note that you “though been to BKK a couple of time” and yet want to go again. Perhaps, nobody wants to miss a good dinner – particularly a free dinner.

    Sorry to inform you that this trip is more than a dinner. We cannot count you in just because you want to attend a (free) dinner. This is not the main objective of our trip, although we appreciate very much Terence’s kind gesture. There are more things that participants want to enjoy.

    Hence, I suggest you have dinner in Singapore, whereas I can recommend a few Thai Restaurants that are not inferior to BKK standard.

    Cheers 
    Stella

  10. Hi Stella,

    Some 20 years ago, I came to Bangkok to work for the first time. I remembered the song “One night in Bangkok” but at that time, I didn’t know what it meant, but very quickly I learnt Thailand has so much to offer tourists.

    You definitely are a tough Thai coconut, hard to crack. But, the inside heart is white and soft. TQ for bringing SilverHairsClub members together. And I will join you to make this activity fun and successful.

    I will be in Bkk from Dec to end Jan 2018. I follow your Itinery and am inviting participants to a Southern Thai dinner. If you have Latin dancing, I believe the dance venue closes before midnight, we can go to chinatown for late night streetside porridge, pig organs soup and Kway Chap. And for all boys and girls, who know what “One night in Bangkok” means, we will continue until 3am.
    No beer or whisky, if we are to keep our eyes blinking. But if we do, we may be sleeping on top of one another. Then, go back to your hotel, wake up 3 hours later for breakfast.

    I wish you and every participant sleepless nights.

    Terence Seah

  11. Hi Terence , “20 years” is a long time.
    Tell us more when we meet.

    Thanks for the compliment that I am a “tough Thai coconut”. Yes…in Thailand, “soft meat” will be devoured fast without trace . I had lived thru the rough and tough over there.

    No alcohol indeed, be it in BKK or anywhere else. I shall take care of myself and all lady participants. As for the men, you show them what “One night in Bangkok” means.

    Looking forward to our food and fun.

  12. It seems Soi Thonglor is a pretty good spot to indulge in Southern recipes, from the long-established, baan-baan Kua Kling Pak Sod to the cute Phuket Town. Now, the owner has brought his grandparents’ long-popular Mueng Korn (Nakhon Si Thammarat) recipes to this bar-centric district.

    This branch boasts a sleek façade with floor-to-ceiling windows covering the two-story venue. Upstairs is for private dining while downstairs reminds us of the green décor of the original branch, but brought up to date with glossy leather chairs. Tall bookshelves run along the walls alongside framed newspaper articles singing praises.

    The menu here is well-designed and it seems you can just point at random because every dish we’ve sampled is a must-try. Start with the pad sator kapi goong (stir-fried prawns with sataw beans, B220), which boasts well-rounded flavors thanks to the shrimp paste and fresh and crunchy beans.

    The gaeng luaeng pla sam lee (spicy sour soup with black-banded trevally and fermented young bamboo shoot, B180) is an impressive combination of sour and spicy, but we wouldn’t recommend it to anyone who can’t handle a little heat.

    Don’t worry, though, they still have plenty of milder options, like the moo kapi (steamed pork in sweet shrimp paste, B180), a delicious blend of sweet and salty. The khua kling moo(herbal, stir-fried pork, B180) is surprising in that it isn’t all that spicy, though it’s still packed full of flavor.

    Prices here are slightly more expensive than the original venue, but you’re still bound to get bang for your baht, which explains why the restaurant is packed with in-the-know families during dinner and on weekends.

    Terence seah

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