Chinese New Year in Hatyai

Boyfriend said it’s boring to spend Chinese New Year in local, so here we go, say hi to Hatyai! Staying in Alor Setar does has an advantage, you know. Traveling to Hatyai takes only around 2 hours if you get bored of the paddy fields already. This would be the second time i spent my Chinese New Year at oversea, after Macau; and it seem like Hatyai is more happening surprisingly. However it is stated online that only 14% of the population in Thailand are chinese but the celebration is pretty big, probably even the Thais do celebrate as well because they just love holidays and parties.

For me, it doesn’t matter where i celebrate Chinese New Year as long as i have my loved ones together. Chinese New Year is just an occasion or works as a reminder to gather with your family and spend some time with them. But if you always do then it’ll be the best, because you’ll never know when is everyone’s “last day”.

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Panda, Temple & Beach

If you see me hanging out, you’ll know is my day off again! This time we were in a group of eight where two of us are Malaysian and the rest are Vietnamese. All of us are working in the same department but different positions, however we are still able to blend together (:

Places we explored today:
1) Macau Giant Panda Pavilion
2) Tin Hau Temple (A-Ma Cultural Village)
3) Hac Sa Beach (Black Sand Beach)

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