Friday, January 11, 2013

Bercuti di Hatyai, Songkhla, Thailand- cara Semi FIT

Kini percutian ke Songkhla, Thailand sangat mudah. Berikut tentatif aturcara kepada mereka yang berminat untuk bercuti ke Hatyai, Songkhla dan kos yang berkaitan.

Cadangan kami ialah- anda sekeluarga datang ke Perlis dan bermalam di salah sebuah rumah tetamu kami, keesokan harinya, awal pagi, van berpendaftaran Thailand yang diuruskan oleh agen berkaitan akan datang ke rumah tetamu tersebut untuk mengambil anda sekeluarga untuk perjalanan sehari dari Perlis ke Songkhla dan melawat tempat2 menarik dan bershoping. Van tersebut akan menghantar anda sekeluarga semula ke Perlis pada petang hari tersebut juga. Anda sekeluarga bermalam semalam lagi di rumah tetamu kami kemudian pada keesokan harinya, dalam keadaan segar- anda boleh bertolak pulang.

Tempat2 lawatan yang dicadangkan (anda juga boleh berunding dengan pemandu van untuk tempat2 yang diatur):

HUBUNGI KAMI SEGERA! 0194477475

Masa
Tempat/ Aktiviti
Nota
8:00- 10:00 pagi
Bertolak dari homestay/ rumah tetamu di Perlis ke Chang Puak Camp- Santuari Gajah di Songkhla, Thailand
Masuk percuma, menunggang gajah RM50
11:00 pagi
Songkhla Aquarium
Yuran masuk RM25
12:00 tgh
Bertolak ke Samila beach- laut Cina Selatan
Makan di restoran muslim dan Solat Zohor Asar (jamak ta’adim)
2:00 petang
Shoping di Pasar Hatyai

4:00 petang
Floating Market
Jumaat, Sabtu dan Ahad sahaja
6:00 petang
Singgah shoping di Big C, Hatyai

7:30 petang
Bertolak pulang ke Padang Besar & bermalam di Homestay di Perlis sebelum bertolak pulang ke destinasi masing2 keesokan harinya
Sebelum pintu sempadan ditutup

 Kos sewa van untuk 10 tempat duduk = RM500 (boleh runding)
PERINGATAN PENTING:-
1. Sila bawa passport antarabangsa atau border pass
2. Jangan terpedaya dengan wanita2 siam bukan muslim yang memakai tudung berniaga/ menjaja makanan terutama ayam goreng (ayam goreng yang tidak disembelih ikut syariah).

Cari makanan di restoran muslim Patani atau yang betul2 muslim.


Berikut gambar2 tempat lawatan:-
Contoh van yang akan membawa anda sekeluarga ke Songkhla, Thailand
Bergambar di Taman Santuari Gajah
Boleh bermain dengan gajah jinak



Suasana di pasar terapung/ Floating Market

Boleh mengayuh sampan di Floating Market

Kelihatan sampan2 peniaga di sepanjang jeti...- sangat unik



Dah sampai pun ke laut Cina Selatan- eh.. dekatnya dari Perlis...






Arau Bangkok Siem Reap Phnom Penh- Kampong Spue 200km from Phnom Penh

This is our final destination in Cambodia- a Champa village in Wilayah Kampong Cham, specifically known as Kampong Spue. It is inhibited by approximately 500 families. Very far behind the modern life in Malaysia, but this has exposed good experience to the Malaysian youths who joined the volunteer program. Some young volunteers told that their foster families' house don't have basic amenities such as electricity and treated water supply. Here are the story and the pictures:-



Taking picture with the children- the Perlis youth volunteers


The unfortunate family who live in this house- the wall is see-thru...

Learning Champa language from the girls - it is quite different from the Khmer language which is the formal language of Cambodia- The Champa Language has the roots of old Malay Language- such as Laksa = old Malay  Language for Thousand (they are using it in counting thousands of  Riel (Cambodia currency) )


The Champa girls in traditional dress come to observe telematch organized by the Malaysian youth volunteers.
Taking picture with the Champa children after the telematch
The news as it is in the homeland - a journalist is in our team who email the news to the publisher


Telematch among the Champa children- it's really fun and reducing the gap among the volunteers and the locals

Distributing sweets and candies to the Champa Children


Interviewing 'Pak Long' who survived Pol Pot massacre - he refuged to Kelantan Malaysia- and during Aidiladha this year he comes back to visit his mother and few war surviving relatives.







Friday, January 4, 2013

Arau Bangkok Siem Reap Phnom Penh- Cambodia

The road has been upgraded- but mostly still dirt

The signboard shows the distance of important city
Vast paddy field



Traditional village- typically has white cows and stacks of grass

Means of transportation

The traditional khmer house- to encounter frequent flood

Siem Reap- second largest city and nested Tonle Sap (the largest freshwater lake in SEA) and Angkor Wat (the largest Hindu temple complex and the largest religious monument in the world built in 12 century)
A typical school in rural Cambodia

Stop a while- for refreshment at Kampong Thom Town

Insect snack- what flavour do you want- hot and spicy? You'll already have butterflies in your stomach..

Arrive at Kampong Spue in the district of Kampong Cham- a half-day journey (our final destination).
The signboard at the entrance of the mosque

The locals, from all walks of life come to greet us at the mosque

The coconut trunks cut nicely- catch our camera

The village life of Champa people

The free time was used to stroll around the local wet market

The things which are sold in the market- fire starter- can you believe it? I thought they are a kind of  edible roots 

Salted caviar

The vegetable that smell like coriander and eaten with beef soup

The fresh and natural snack for the children (eaten like pistachios or popcorn) - salted and spiced small snails
Local Cambodian cucumber- short but full of nutrient- used by us the travelers as a remedy of body hot and stomach ache.
We stop for sugar cane drinks- quite unique- it tastes lemon- then we learn that the hawker soaks the peeled sugar cane in lemon juice before squeezing for juice. 
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