Finally! Will be blogging about New Year 2011. I know It’s super late but I gotta be more organised in blogging about what happened to me last holidays, So forgive guys. It’s all our first time I guess Celebrating New Year in Phuket together with the whole friends! So It’s kinda exciting for me and I think for everyone as well experiencing a whole new different celebration that time.

We had the eat all you can foods in Memories Bar. So I’ve been trying my best to eat hips of them. All the foods were so delicious! Good job for the cooks and to everyone who gave so much effort cooking and serving each and everyone! I can tell it’s very yummy because everyone keeps on coming back with their empty plates and such a long queue that night as far as I can remember. Photo above Ashlee, Zom and I.

But the best And most delicious food I’ve been eating the whole night was the egg crepe pancake. I’m not sure if they really call it like that since they have a lot of variety and different ingredients, Depends what flavour or fruit you like. But if you’ve been to Thailand before I’m sure you know what I’m talking about. I tried my best to eat a lot as I can since it’s eat all you can! Zom and I in the above photo.
Enjoyed the night dancing, drinking, and chit-chatting. Enjoying each other’s company. Photo above was the whole crew watching the fireworks. We had to set some fireworks earlier to celebrate the Australian New Year’s time. And of course They greeted me as well for the Philippines New year’s time. So then every one’s happy! Just waiting for Thailand’s New Year!
A very cute photo of Us that night with Zom’s brother and sister’s, The two Cathy’s and Me of course!
Hurray for the Thailand crew that night! Together with the bride and groom. Zom & Peter (sitting in the middle). Every one’s enjoying their beers!
This photo was the usual position every time We all come to Memories Bar! haha At least you guys can picture now! We always sit around in one wooden table and start our fun conversations.
The not so all of the beers they had that night haha. Those plastic cups were used for the cocktails. So everybody can just leave it somewhere and just enjoy watching the monkey show or snake show that night.

So yeah! The above photos were a boxing ring! They had this Muay Thai with this two kids actually doing it. Muay Thai is Thailand’s national sport. Muay Thai is a sport combat from Thailand that uses stand up striking along with various clinching techniques. Muay Thai is referred to as the “Art of Eight Limbs” or as the “Science of Eight Limbs”. (credits/source: MuayThai-wikipedia).

Lovely isn’t it? They call this Sky Lanterns. Sky Lanterns also known as Kong Ming lantern are airborne paper lantern. That are best known as a tradition found in some Asian cultures. Sky Lanterns are also referred to as sky candles or fire balloons.(credits/source: Sky Lantern-wikipedia).

So after the long night waiting for New Year, The clock strikes 12midnight! And everyone were really amazed watching those beautiful Sky Lanterns and lovely fireworks! I’m so happy that I got some nice photos and nice videos as well! Watch my Thailand escapades on youtube account guys! Search tauyanm1. The night went so fast with all the happenings and of course with the nice company we all had with each other. I can say that it’s a memorable New year and so worth it holiday for me and my husband. The most important of all everyone had a great time and enjoyed the whole night! God Bless everyone! xx

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22 thoughts on “PHUKET THAILAND 5 NEW YEAR 2011 + video

  1. Looks like you had a fun and memorable New Year celebration in Thailand. Good for you.

    I haven’t been to Thailand yet. Oh wait. I was there for a two-hour stopover while waiting for my flight to Sweden. Wasn’t able to leave the airport though. I wish to one day visit Thailand! Happy new year!

  2. New Year celebration in Thailand… definitely an awesome experience. The sky lanterns look amazingly beautiful.

  3. that’s a great celebration of new year’s day in a great place ! i wish i could spend holidays celebration outside the country 🙂

  4. i love those sky lanterns. it would be awesome to see them climbing up into the air while there are fireworks, but it could be dangerous in the city as it could be a cause of fire.

  5. Luckily its not the 2009 or 2005 I dont remember the year, for it had a tsunami there the biggest i see. with the strongest earthquake magnitude 9. is it ok there already that year

  6. It doesn’t matter where one celebrate New Year, what really counts is how it is celebrated. Enjoying and fostering friendship ties is something to cherish.

  7. Looks like you really enjoyed the celebration! I also look forward to the food in Thailand in my visit there this year, they say it’s really delicioso! 🙂

  8. no matter how we celebrate new year whether outside our territory or not as long as we are with the family is awesome happy new year 2 u

  9. I envy you sis. You traveled a lot! Hope I can celebrate NEW YEAR outside the Philippines, just to experience.

  10. I love celebrating New Years on vacation with family and this is totally making me wanna plan a vacay the soonest! HAPPY NEW YEAR!

  11. Totyal Phuket 🙂 Happy new year to you and to your beautiful family- keep the blessings coming 🙂

  12. I am so jealous! I’ve never experienced New Year outside the Philippines – even outside the house! Thailand must’ve been truly beautiful on New Year. I can’t wait to go there this year. 🙂 Happy New Year!

  13. While this is a post about your 2011 new year, I’m hoping that your 2012 and 2013 celebrations were wonderful as well 🙂 Anyway, happy new year sis and wishing you and your family good health and more blessings this 2013!

  14. Nice ,the sky lanterns look awesome. Every New year ,we all stay in the house to celebrate it with big bang so I never experienced the new year anywhere else.

  15. Looks like you had a great New Year celebration last year. What’s the plan this year? Whatever it is, hope you and your family have a good time! Happy New Year!

  16. one thing I’ve never experience during New Yr is celebrating it NOT in our house. it is our tradition staying here. but I hope someday our family can travel at New Year next year. Happy New Yr!

  17. A happy piece that makes us look forward to the year that is to come. This is what life is all about. No other way to look at it but to pursue happiness.

  18. the beach, the place, the lanterns and fireworks says a lot… but most of all, the simple get together of friends and family makes the new year a lot more meaningful… happy new year, jane. Yahweh bless.

  19. I always wanted to spend new year at the beach and somehow, I always ended up at home since it’s already been tradition. Looks like fun spending New Year at the Beach. Happy New Year!

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