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#41 Lim Terk Hsin

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Posted 25 July 2007 - 03:33 PM

QUOTE(londonchinese @ May 3 2007, 06:47 PM) View Post

Daud, why don't you post a reply to Cubanmeow (in another forum thread) to reassure her that the Bangkok OS community isn't testosterone dominated? wink.gif laugh.gif Or if it is, call yourself the Fighting OS C**ks of Thailand!! laugh.gif laugh.gif laugh.gif

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Hi Daud,

Sorry, have not been in this site for ages lol. How's things going? Things look rather 'tense' in Bangkok at the moment.

Just finished entertaining different groups of friends in Bangkok, I'm utterly exhausted. lol

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Posted 16 May 2007 - 08:31 PM

QUOTE(daudba @ May 16 2007, 10:50 AM) View Post

Kung Lone,

Email me at daudba@gmail.com i give you my thai mobile and ill arrange a meet this sat afternoon.


hi dauba. thanks for your respond. i emailed you. pls check. hope to see you soon...

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Posted 16 May 2007 - 10:50 AM

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any sin near sriacha district. chonburi. i will be going bangkok from 17may - 20may. should be staying at city hotel bah. maybe we can catch up on 19may. pls pm me so i can give you my sin hp. cos i might not have internet access during that period...


Kung Lone,

Email me at daudba@gmail.com i give you my thai mobile and ill arrange a meet this sat afternoon.

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Posted 16 May 2007 - 09:53 AM

any sin near sriacha district. chonburi. i will be going bangkok from 17may - 20may. should be staying at city hotel bah. maybe we can catch up on 19may. pls pm me so i can give you my sin hp. cos i might not have internet access during that period...
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Posted 09 May 2007 - 05:24 PM

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Budu is indeed very elusive n delicious , but i dont dare to eat it... like the sambal goreng petai with udang, its a dangerous appetiser ... Dangerous meaning you cannot stop eating until its finished ha ha ha...

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Wah, can die from salt overdose if you eat the contents of a whole bottle!! According to Mrs C's friend it is like cincalok so must be very high in salt content. Is it easily available in Bangkok then? Must look for it in Thai shops in London, as suggested by sister Amy. I am off to capture a specimen of the elusive budu this weekend!

I have posted a new recipe called daging api api in the Singapore recipes forum msg board. I think that will satisfy even the most ardent chilli head!

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Posted 09 May 2007 - 02:57 PM

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Hi Daud,

Member Gerline from Stuttgart Germany made the sambal tumis udang over the w/end and both she and her husband liked it very much. However, they only used 4 dried chillies + 8 fresh red finger chillies, so probably a bit under-spiced for your taste!! wink.gif wink.gif wink.gif I have posted new recipes in various forums - Northern Malay (so a bit of Thai influence there), Chinese and Indian. Have you ever heard of budu (Kelantanese fish sauce)? Mrs C, Amy and I have been conducting a discussion about this rather elusive ingredient!

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Tai lo,

I think the above state ment should read a bit underspiced for "OUR Taste" dont you agree? laugh.gif laugh.gif rolleyes.gif

Budu is indeed very elusive n delicious , but i dont dare to eat it... like the sambal goreng petai with udang, its a dangerous apetiser (did i spell this correctly) my england going hay wire ah.... Dangerous meaning you cannot stop eating until its finished ha ha ha...

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Posted 08 May 2007 - 07:06 PM

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HI Meow,

How's the New Apt? Good I hope yeah, i can imagine the unpacking and all.. anyway lets catch up soon yeah

Take care

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Hi Daud,

Member Gerline from Stuttgart Germany made the sambal tumis udang over the w/end and both she and her husband liked it very much. However, they only used 4 dried chillies + 8 fresh red finger chillies, so probably a bit under-spiced for your taste!! wink.gif wink.gif wink.gif I have posted new recipes in various forums - Northern Malay (so a bit of Thai influence there), Chinese and Indian. Have you ever heard of budu (Kelantanese fish sauce)? Mrs C, Amy and I have been conducting a discussion about this rather elusive ingredient!

San

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Posted 08 May 2007 - 02:51 PM

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cubanmeow still here. just moved apt over the long weekend. no phone line ie no internet!



HI Meow,

How's the New Apt? Good I hope yeah, i can imagine the unpacking and all.. anyway lets catch up soon yeah

Take care

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Posted 08 May 2007 - 02:43 PM

cubanmeow still here. just moved apt over the long weekend. no phone line ie no internet!

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Posted 07 May 2007 - 07:40 AM

QUOTE(londonchinese @ May 7 2007, 06:56 AM) View Post

Hi Daud

I have found some Singaporeans in Bangkok through Meetup.com. Here's the list

http://singaporeans.meetup.com/cities/th/b.../?from=loc_pick

If you like, I can contact them on your behalf (as I am a member of meetup.com) and give them your hotmail address as email contact, or you may wish to contact them yourself. Please advise me which way you wish to proceed.

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Tai Lo, Thank you very much, that would be great, contact me at daudba@gmail.com or drdom30@hotmail.com.

by the way i contacted cubanmeow but she wrote me 1 email them MIA (missing in action) ha ha ha, perhaps cos its long weekend here, she might have gone off on long weekend.

Take care yeah Tai lo.

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Posted 07 May 2007 - 06:56 AM

Hi Daud

I have found some Singaporeans in Bangkok through Meetup.com. Here's the list

http://singaporeans.meetup.com/cities/th/b.../?from=loc_pick

If you like, I can contact them on your behalf (as I am a member of meetup.com) and give them your hotmail address as email contact, or you may wish to contact them yourself. Please advise me which way you wish to proceed.

San
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Posted 03 May 2007 - 06:47 PM

QUOTE(daudba @ May 3 2007, 05:28 PM) View Post

hey Ryan,

hows the going? All so quiet after the outing

D


Daud, why don't you post a reply to Cubanmeow (in another forum thread) to reassure her that the Bangkok OS community isn't testosterone dominated? wink.gif laugh.gif Or if it is, call yourself the Fighting OS C**ks of Thailand!! laugh.gif laugh.gif laugh.gif

San

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Posted 03 May 2007 - 05:28 PM

QUOTE(Lim Terk Hsin @ Sep 28 2006, 06:58 PM) View Post

Hehe, soon we will know all 270 (I hope). Good to have an online community. How about the members
in the Singapore Thai Chambers-of-commerce? Heard of this from my friend.


hey Ryan,

hows the going? All so quiet after the outing

D

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Posted 03 May 2007 - 12:16 PM

QUOTE(daudba @ Apr 28 2007, 10:49 AM) View Post

hi Shuling,

So happy you were pleased with the shopping n eatin, if i may add hmm tom yum goong? Thing of the past actually laugh.gif laugh.gif try gaeng som, Hot n sour soup, with veg, prawn, qiartered omelete stuffed with mimosa... yummy and less rich than tom yum... its much closer to home like assam pedas but with added TWANG...

do let me know when you r coming ill give you a list of must tries.

Ciao

Daud



My favourite food in Thai is tom yum goong.. =)

There's one newly opened Thai eatery near my sch and I'm going to give it a try another day.. hee.. hopefully it will be nice even though cannot compare to what I had in Thai.. =D~



Cheers!
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Posted 28 April 2007 - 10:49 AM

QUOTE(shuling @ Apr 27 2007, 09:09 PM) View Post

Hello everyone! =)

I am Shuling.. studying in Perth now..

Anyway, I came across this forum so I just wanna say I LOVE THAILAND! haha.. went to Khao Lak a few times for the past 2 yrs.. then last yr I went to BKK twice in Dec.. love it! lol.. GREAT place for shopping & EATING!!!!!!! hee hee.. friendly Thais..

I love tom yum soup!

Cant wait to go back BKK! =D
Cheers!
Shuling



hi Shuling,

So happy you were pleased with the shopping n eatin, if i may add hmm tom yum goong? Thing of the past actually laugh.gif laugh.gif try gaeng som, Hot n sour soup, with veg, prawn, qiartered omelete stuffed with mimosa... yummy and less rich than tom yum... its much closer to home like assam pedas but with added TWANG...

do let me know when you r coming ill give you a list of must tries.

Ciao

Daud


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Posted 27 April 2007 - 11:10 PM

i will go bkk on 18 may. hopefully can catch up with some sin there soon...
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Posted 27 April 2007 - 09:09 PM

Hello everyone! =)

I am Shuling.. studying in Perth now..

Anyway, I came across this forum so I just wanna say I LOVE THAILAND! haha.. went to Khao Lak a few times for the past 2 yrs.. then last yr I went to BKK twice in Dec.. love it! lol.. GREAT place for shopping & EATING!!!!!!! hee hee.. friendly Thais..

I love tom yum soup!

Cant wait to go back BKK! =D


Cheers!
Shuling

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Posted 19 April 2007 - 03:26 PM

Hi, sorry that this message is a little off topic. Does anyone has any lobang for work in Bangkok to introduce. My Gf is in Bangkok and I want to make plan to relocate there. Would really appreciate if anyone has any suggestion. Pardon me for posting this message which is off topic.

Thank you all.

BK

PS: Please feel free to drop me an email if you have any lobang: boonkiat_chua@yahoo.com.sg. Many thanks.

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Posted 28 November 2006 - 07:19 PM

QUOTE(Tytus In Bangkok @ Nov 27 2006, 10:16 AM) View Post

Ok thats cool .. lets meet up . Ryann wah better we go to Seacon square eat Oishi Japanese Buffet at Seacon Square biggrin.gif only 299 Baht eat till you drop laugh.gif

my email and msn : liberiosyah@hotmail.com


Eh, think call me better haha cause not MSNing often lol. Its 0849053345. biggrin.gif

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Posted 28 November 2006 - 02:02 AM

Hey fellows, i'll be visiting Bangkok for a short shopping trip. Reckon i may do quite a lot of shopping there. but i'll want it to be send back to Holland for me. any idea the postal rates there in Thailand? is it reliable or not?

Thanks.





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