4D3N in Chiang Mai @ An Adventure Filled with Friendship

Hello and welcome to my blog!
Since I got back from Chiang Mai in May, life has been super busy, filled with a flurry of activities, a multitude of tasks to do, and a busy schedule to meet, which explained why I haven't had the chance to write on my blog.
Anyway, even though this post is coming a bit late, I really wanted to write down all the special moments during the 4D3N adventure in Chiang Mai.
It's a trip that holds a special place in my heart, as I got to spend precious moments with my uni mates. 
I'm hoping that when we're all 60 years old, we can look back at this post and remember the amazing time we had together in 2023.
This trip was really excited because we all flew from different places; some of us from KL, some from Kuching, others from Hong Kong and Singapore. 
Our last big meetup was in 2018 when we went to Taipei, and because of the pandemic, we couldn't see each other for almost 5 years. 
Well, thinking back to 2018, when we last met in Taipei, we never thought it would be so long before we meet each other again.
Haven't been seeing each others for 5 years is quite long, especially when it comes to a long-distance friendships.
We all went through different experiences and changes in our lives, but deep down, we always missed the comfort and laugher we shared together.
Big thanks to our group leader, Stella Ling, and group assistant Yee Hong, for putting this whole trip together; from the beginning to the end, they've taken care of everything.
So, without further ado, let's get ready for this long post in Chiang Mai as I'll be covering all the interesting places, activities, restaurants and cafes we visited. :)

Where to Stay - Tolani Northgate Villa Chiang Mai

To kick off this post, let's begin with the accommodation. 
Since we had a big group of 12 people, we decided to rent a villa for our reunion.
We wanted to spend more time together, so we thought that renting a villa instead of staying at a hotel would give us a chance to have a comfortable and roomy space where all of us could stay together.
Tolani Northgate Villa is a big house with 5 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms; enough rooms for everyone to have own spaces whenever we want some privacy.
The villa is also located in a convenient city location, making it easy to explore and enjoy the city, plus it's only about 20 minutes drive to the airport. 

Inside the same property, there are two sections, separated by the swimming pool positioned in the middle
On the left side of the property, there's unit that consists of  2 bedrooms.
The one facing to the front side is the master bedroom, and it comes with its own big bathroom inside the room.

Right outside the master bedroom, there's a cozy little lounge area. It's a perfect spot to relax, unwind, and enjoy some quiet moments.

The second room at the same property is slightly smaller, but it's still cozy and inviting.
 It features both a double bed and single bed, all within a single room.
Unlike the master bedroom, this room doesn't have a bathroom inside, so staying here would need to share the shower with the occupants of the master bedroom.
Anyway, there's a separate toilet located at the end of the room, providing necessary facilities for those staying in this room.

Moving on to the second part of the building, all the bedrooms are situated upstairs.
Here, we have the master bedroom and it's quite impressive.
The room is spacious and has plenty of room for you to feel comfortable and also has its own bathroom right inside the room.

On the same floor, there are 2 smaller rooms available.
These 2 rooms do not come with a private bathroom inside the room and also are not as spacious as the master bedrooms, but these rooms still provide comfortable and cozy stay in overall.

One of the things we really happy about this villa is how spacious it is, and it's equipped with a wide range of facilities.
The kitchen and the dining area are big and has most of the essentials covered, making it really convenient for us.

Lucy, the host, is truly thoughtful and kind.
She ensures that our rooms are cleaned every day, and she goes the extra mile by providing daily essentials. There's a supply of water everyday, and she even stocks the kitchen with bread, coffee, tea, and eggs, allowing us to prepare a simple and satisfying breakfast each morning.
It's a wonderful touch that makes our stay even more comfortable.

The living area is incredibly spacious, and it's a fantastic gathering spot.
There's a massive couch that offers plenty of seating, and there's even a karaoke system in the room. 
This space has become our favorite place to hang out every night, where we have good conversations and enjoy some beers together.

In one corner of the living area, there's a cozy seating arrangement that's perfect for relaxation.
It's a little nook where you can unwind, perhaps with a good book or just to enjoy a peaceful moment.

The most wonderful feature of this villa is the private swimming pool.
It's like having our own exclusive pool, a place where we swim, relax and have a great time.

There is also an outdoor seating area by the pool which was our favourite hangout place for drinks and lively conversations.

We spent a total of RM7800 for the entire villa for our 4-day, 3-night stay.
Even though it was a bit on the pricey side, our time at Tolani Northgate Villa was truly enjoyable from the moment we arrived until we left, giving us a wonderful and memorable escape.
The combination of spaciousness, a private swimming pool, inviting lounging areas, convenience of the villa's amenities, and the warm hospitality of our host, Lucy made it a memorable and enjoyable stay.
Lucy even helped us in arranging transportation to various places we wanted to visit, including airport transfer. 
Really thanks for her thoughtful support that made our trip smoother and more enjoyable. :)

What to Do in Chiang Mai

We're really looking forward to the exciting adventure in Chiang Mai – the paramotor experience.
This is something we can't wait to try out during our trip. If you looked up things to do in Chiang Mai on the internet, you'll see that paramotoring is one of the most thrilling activities available.

Initially we were planning to book our paramotor experience through Klook.
However, Lucy, our host of the villa, mentioned that she could help us secure a booking at a more affordable group rate...We figured, why not give it a shot?
The cost per person was 3300 baht, around RM440.00, which include transportation from our villa to the paramotor field, as well as the rental of a GoPro camera.
However, I'm regret to say that I was left a bit disappointed with our first attempt at paramotoring that booked under Lucy.
The experience we had booked through Lucy didn't quite live up to my expectations, it turned out to be quite different from what I had seen on the Klook website. The Klook package seemed more professional, providing things like jumpsuits, goggles, and offering a different kind of sky view.
So, if you're considering trying out paramotoring and looking for a recommendation, I would suggest exploring other agencies, even if it means paying a slightly higher price. :)

Some of you DM me on IG asking about my first paramotor experience.
So here's something that I wanted to share.
I was actually quite hesitant about trying this out, mainly because I have a fear of heights.
However, my friends were really insistent that I should give it a shot, encouraged me to step out of my comfort zone and experience it for myself.
I'm really thankful for the encouragement that pushed me to go on the trip, because the experience turned out to be so wonderful that I have no regret whatsoever!

It was a real mix of feelings; at the start, I was super nervous, especially as I went higher, I shouted sooo loud because I was a bit scared and excited all at once.
But then, when I was up high in the sky, I started to relax, prob because the view was amazing, and the open blue sky made me feel calm.
Well, my friend who had done this before me told me to look straight ahead and not down, so I did that, and it really helped me not to be scared anymore.

Feeling the wind, seeing everything from up there – it was incredible.
It's not something you can experience every day, and the combination of height, freedom, and the breathtaking views created a sense of wonder that's hard to put into words. And the best part was, I had my phone with me to take videos and pictures. This made the experience even better because I could capture the moment and show others later.

In the end, my first time paramoting had some nervous moments, but they turned into a really awesome adventure.
Overcoming my fear, enjoying the view, and taking lots of photos and videos made it a memory I'll never forget.
If you were to ask me if I would try paramotoring again, my answer would be YES. :)
Anyway, I've made an IG reels for my first paramotor trip, you can watch it at HERE.

First mission of the paramotor successfully completed! ^^

Our second exciting experience during this trip was visiting the Elephant Jungle Sanctuary
The entrance fee is 1,700 baht per person, which covered the half-day activity as well as buffet lunch.
The journey took about 1.5 hour drive from Chiang Mai city, through some local farming areas, and rolling hills. 
Well, I'm not usually into visiting sanctuaries or zoos, but my friends were really keen on going, so I decided to join them like no choices. #haha
To my surprise, the sanctuary was bustling with people, which gave me the first impression that it must be worth a visit.

#haha, that's my Karen outfit of the day :)
Upon our arrival at the Elephant Jungle Sanctuary, we changed into traditional Karen clothing to ensure our clothes wouldn't get dirty while we showered and played with the elephants. :)
And after all the activities with the elephants, there's a public restroom available with basic facilities for showering and changing. 

The sanctuary is a fascinating place where we got to meet, feed, interact and play with the elephants in their natural surroundings.
We also had the opportunity to learn about their behaviors and history; things like their diet, capabilities, emotions, and we could even take really up-close photos with them. :)

I had never been so near to elephants before, where I could touch their skin and look right into their skin and look right into their eyes.
It was really an incredible experience for me to connect with these incredible creatures in a way I hadn't done before.

The morning was busy at the sanctuary; not only making food for the elephants, but also got to feed them, and then give them a bath in the river to help them cool down and enjoy the water.
It is indeed a great hands-on experience, and should really consider going once if you are in Chiang Mai. 
Do check out my IG reels at the elephant sanctuary HERE.

Second mission at the Elephant Sanctuary successfully completed! ^^
Good job everyone!

Sharing one of my fav picture with the lovely elephants. :)

On the evening of the second day, we headed to Doi Suthep to catch the sunset.
It's very lucky that we hired a private van with Lucy, as the road up to Doi Suthep hill was quite dizzying because it was full of twists and turns, making the journey a lot more challenging. 

For me, the sunset view wasn't breathtaking as I expected, but the relaxing time spent up in the hills with a group of friends was quite enjoyable.
It would be nice to bring some beers along, sit overlooking the hills, and enjoy the cool breeze up there. 

3rd destination successfully checked in!^^

After that, we made our way to two significant temples; Wat Umong and Wat Phra That Doi Suthep.
These are both ancient Buddhist temples in Chiang Mai, with Wat Phra That Doi Suthep being around for 700 years.

Visiting the temples at night was a pleasant experience.
There were fewer people around, and the weather was cooler compared to the daytime.
Also, the temple buildings, adorned in golden hues, looked particularly stunning under the night sky.
If you do not like the sun and hot weather, I strongly recommend visiting this place at night.

One thing that amazed me inside the temple is the wooden wall with carvings.
These carvings showed the temple's history, like a story-telling about how the temple started and changed over the years.

It's nice to walk up to the top floor, where we can get a view of Chiang Mai city from above.
Anyway, for the Doi Suthep sunset experience and the temple visits, each of us paid 650 baht which also covered the round-trip transportation cost.

4th destination successfully checked in!^^

On our last day in Chiang Mai, we woke up early to have breakfast and explore the city.
It's lucky to be staying in the downtown area, so we could easily walked around, enjoyed a delicious local breakfast, and got to take in the view of Chiang Mai. 

In Chiang Mai city, there are many old gates in the city walls.
I wish I had more time to explore the beautiful city, hopefully next time.
We came across the Chang Phuak Gate while walking from breakfast to our villa, one of the fascinating entrances within the city walls.

The morning weather was pleasant, and taking a stroll around this area was enjoyable. 
The surroundings have their own special and attractive features, with beautiful fountains and flowers adding to the charm.

We also came across Wat Lok Moli, which is one of the oldest temples in Chiang Mai.
The best part was that the entrance is free, so we took our sweet time taking beautiful pictures over the pagoda and the surroundings. 

Right opposite Wat Lok Moli, there is a stunning and vibrant Wat Rajamontean temple along the street.
Although the temple was closed when we visited, its colourful architecture caught our eyes.
Also, a large seated Buddha statue can be seen from the main road, adding to the temple's beauty.

Before I moved into the food scene in Chiang Mai, I would like to recommend you to visit the White Market as I found this market is a pleasant place to walk around.
They offer locally designed clothing and accessories, although the prices are a bit higher due to the handmade nature of the items.
Beside that, there's also a food market right next to the White Market with live performances that creates a wonderful atmosphere. 

Food in Chiang Mai

Having a friend who's a real food enthusiast during a trip is always a stroke of luck because they tend to be very particular and choosy about the restaurants we visit, which can lead to some amazing dining experiences.
This trip, we were lucky to have Yee Hong take on the role of our food planner.
Yee Hong meticulously planned out all our food stops, ensuring we'd get the best culinary experiences.
因为他吃东西很挑剔, 他说吃一餐就少一餐 呵呵!
On the first night of our trip, Yee Hong suggested to Saiyut And Doctor Sai Kitchen, which recognized as one of the Michelin-starred restaurant in Chiang Mai.

The sign at Saiyut And Doctor Sai Kitchen is written in Thai, and the restaurant is located in a quiet residential area, so we asked Lucy to help us with getting there in a private van and making a reservation.
The restaurant boasts a distinct and remarkable dining environment, with various natural elements to create an authentic Thai atmosphere.
As I walked into the restaurant, I could even hear the sound of waterfalls. :)
It's quite a spacious restaurant that offers both indoor and outdoor seating options, allowing guests to choose where they'd like to dine.

The menu offers a wide variety of authentic Thai dishes that capture the essence of Thai cuisine.
Additionally, the food looks very amazing and really beautiful on the plate, looks like they're making a piece of art with the food.
Look at this signature appetizer that highly recommended in the menu, all dishes has been crafted with a lot of attention, truly artistic presentation. 看了都不舍得吃 :)

The food isn't just about looking good, it's also very tasty and satisfying. 
We really enjoyed all the dishes we ordered; from the spicy curry soup with chicken and young coconut shell, to the stir-fried chiangda leaves with egg, the deep-fried stuffed seabass, and even the fried chicken - everything was delightful delicious!
We actually ordered a lot more dishes for 12 people, but I didn't manage to take good pics since everyone were so hungry for the first Thai food. :)

We also tried their dessert, fermented banana in a chocolate sauce, and it was really good.
They also have a variety of lovely drinks to choose from, yet it was surprising to find out that they don't serve any alcohol. :(

Glad to see everyone back together!

Saiyut And Doctor Sai Kitchen
Add: 32 ถนน ศรีลานนา Pa Tan Sub-district, Mueang Chiang Mai District, Chiang Mai 50300, Thailand
Tel: +66 81 530 1172
Opening hours: everyday 10am - 30pm (closed on every Wednesday)

Another restaurant I'd like to recommend is Kiti Panit, a place that combines Northern Thai food in an unique way which has earned recognition from another Michelin-starred establishment. 
When you look around the restaurant area, you can tell that it used to be an old general store, which adds to the historical significance of Kiti restaurant, showcasing its rich past.

The restaurant has nice atmosphere and the staff are friendly.
It feels like being in an old Chinese warehouse with a vintage vibe, makes me feel like having dinner at my grandparents house. :)

In the dining area, you'll find old pictures, the restaurant's history, and some old decorations from the past.
I always really appreciate seeing historical items on display.

The restaurant is quite spacious and comes with a large backyard, and also an unexplored area upstairs.
Definitely a good idea to take a stroll around after finishing your meal.

Here comes the food we had on that night. 
We had Grilled Fish with Local Herbs, Grilled Pork Neck Served with Jiew Sauce, Stir-Fried Kale with House-Cured Sliced Pork Belly and the Sticky Brown Rice. 
Among them, I really loved the grilled fish and grilled pork so much, and the sticky rice is also a must-try, even though I'm not typically a big fan of sticky rice.

Because we had a group of 12 people, we were able to order a variety of dishes to try.
One this frame, we enjoyed Fried rice with Fermented Pork Shoulder, Grilled Chicken served with Jiew Sauce, Coriander Salad with Grilled Chicken and Stir-fried Beef with Prickly Ash.
The taste of everything was absolutely good!

I am a big fan of sticky mango dishes.
This Grilled Caramelized Mango with Pandan flavoured Sticky Rice is quite unique, with the caramel adding a special touch and the sticky rice carries a delightful pandan aroma.

If you check out the at the Michelin Guide website, you'll see a strong recommendation for Khao Mao Gorn Rad Gati.
The mix of unripe rice and coconut milk creates an unique flavour, which have some sweetness from the coconut milk and a mild nutty taste from the unripe rice.
Gives a comforting and satisfying feeling!

Kiti Panit
Add:  ตําบล, 19 Tha Phae Road, Tambon Chang Moi, Mueang Chiang Mai District, Chiang Mai 50100, Thailand
Tel: +66 80 191 7996
Opening hours: Everyday 1130 - 3pm & 5pm - 9pm (closed on every Tuesday)

After our paramotoring adventure, we visited Khao Soy Maesai.
This street stall is well-known for offering the famous Khao Soi, a curry that's believed by many to be a favourite around the world.
This restaurant has also been awarded a Michelin star, adding to its reputation.

This restaurant mainly specialized in noodles, and they offer a variety of noodle dishes in different styles.
It's convenient that they have the menu written in English, making it easier for visitors to order. 

The restaurant is not very big, and it's bustling with local customers in the morning.
We had to wait for a bit to get a larger table for our group of 10 people. 

First and must order is the Khao Soi with chicken, a famous dish from Northern Thailand.
The noodle are crispy, the soup is creamy, rich and with a gentle spiciness, which renders it truly delicious. 
The noodle also comes with extra stuff on the side, like onions, pickled greens and lime.
These add more flavours to the dish, like a sour taste from the lime or some crunch from the greens. 

Goy Teaw Nam Ngiao is a noodle soup made with flat rice noodles.
It includes ingredients like tomatoes, fermented soybeans, dried chilies, beef and some blood cubes.
The soup has a red and it's a bit spicy, but the taste is special.

Goy Teaw Moo is our favourite, which features a clear soup base with flat rice noodles.
I've always been a fan of the clear soups in Thailand, where I can add the vinegar, chili powder, some local sauces to make the clear soup's flavour even more tasty.

If you happen to be in Chiang Mai, I would definitely recommend you to try the Khaep Mu.
It is a famous pork cracklings, which made from deep-fried pork skin, and it's definitely worth trying out.
We all loved it so much and brought few packs back home for our family. :)

First time trying this Khao Kan Chin in Thailand.
It is a steamed pudding with rice that includes pig's blood as one of its main ingredients.
While some people enjoy it, but it's not really my preferred type of food. :)

Khao Soy Maesai
Add: 29, 1 Ratchaphuek Alley, Tambon Chang Phueak, Mueang Chiang Mai District, Chiang Mai 50300, Thailand
Tel: +66 53 213 284
Opening hours: Everyday 8am - 4pm (closed on every Sunday)

Our go-to breakfast spot in the city is Jok Somphet.
It's a 15-20 minute walk from our villa, but we decided to take a Bolt (similar to Uber and Grab) for convenience.
Oh ya! Did I ever mentioned that grab is really handy in Chiang Mai, making it easy to travel from one place to another.

The restaurant is quite big because they combined two shops together.
So we didn't have to wait long for a table.
We ordered pork congee and a few pieces of Dim Sum.
I really enjoyed their congee as it was moist and flavourful, just the way I like the congee. 
However, the Dim Sum was not very special, nothing particularly outstanding. 

Jok Somphet
Add: 59 3 Sri Poom Rd, Si Phum Sub-district, Mueang Chiang Mai District, Chiang Mai 50200, Thailand
Tel: + 66 53 210 649
Opening hours: everyday 24 hours

And when you're at Jok Somphet, make sure to try the fried fritters 炸油条 at the neighbouring shop, 1928 Fried Fritters.
They are incredibly delicious and crunchy.
If you've read my blog about Betong, you'll remember that I mentioned their fried fritters were excellent.
This version in Chiang Mai is just as good!

1928 Fried Fritters
Add: 61 Sri Poom Rd, Tambon Si Phum, Mueang Chiang Mai District, Chiang Mai 50200, Thailand
Tel: +66 99 241 6191 
Opening hours: Everyday 6am - 10am

Yee Hong wanted to give Khao Soi another try and he believed this place Khao Soi Khun Yai, would be better than Khao Soy Maesai.
So, on our last day, we decided to go there to have Khao Soi one more time. :)

They offer delicious Khao Soi at an affordable price, and you can choose between chicken beef, or pork options.
Price range for pork and beef is 60-70 baht, and 50-60 baht for chicken.

In addition to Khao Soi, they also offer spicy noodle soup and clear noodle soup with pork, and these options are also delicious. 
Anyway, all the portion size they serve is just right for one person. 

You should definitely try their ice lotus drink, only 20 baht, which it's incredibly refreshing, especially in the hot weather.

Khao Soi Khun Yai
Add: QXWM+47J, Sri Poom 8 Alley, Tambon Si Phum, Mueang Chiang Mai District, Chiang Mai 50200, Thailand
Tel: +66 90 651 7088
Opening hours: Everyday 10am - 2pm (closed on every Sunday)

One of the most cherished food memories from the trip was our last day's lunch at the villa, just before we bid each other goodbye.
It brought back the feeling of our university days -  cooking, sharing meals and enjoying each other's company.
We gathered all these ingredients from the 7-11 store, and if you've ever been to Thailand, you'd know that 7-11 there has incredible variety of food choices. 

Thanks to our chef, Stella for preparing the delicious meals for us. :)
真的是简单又好吃! :)

Cafe Hopping in Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai has a lot of great cafes to offer.
So, being someone who loves exploring cafes, I was really excited to discover some in the city.
However, considering that my friends aren't really into cafe hopping, I only managed to squeeze in visits to just two of my top choices from the list.
The first cafe I want to talk about is the Chom Cafe & Restaurant.
It is a popular cafe, and you might have heard about it if you looked it up on XHS.

Chom Cafe & Restaurant feels like stepping into an "Alice in Wonderland" scene.
The place is truly magical, with a gorgeous garden featuring mossy rocks, ponds filled with colourful koi fish and waterfalls.
The gardens are absolutely stunning, with numerous water features and a misty ambiance that gives the feeling of being in a rainforest. 
You can see a lot of effort has been put into creating this amazing cafe.

Oh well! Did I mention that some of my friends brought their partners along on the trip?
It's really nice to get to know the significant others of my good friends.
Allow me to introduce Aison's wife, Yoyo and Matthew's gf, Maggie.
It's wonderful to have them join us on this trip!

The restaurant offers both indoor and outdoor seating options, so you can choose according to your preference.
They offer a lot of different dishes on their food menu, mainly a mix of Thai and fusion cuisine.
The drinks menu also has a lot of choices, and many of them are presented beautifully, just like the Chom Moon Light I ordered in the picture. :)

The food at Chom Cafe & Restaurant were good and even better than I expected. 
The dishes were made with care and tasted amazing.
You could see that the chefs put a lot of effort into how the food looked and how it tasted.

I think this place is definitely worth a try, whether you want to try their unique Thai fusion dishes or immersing yourself in the ambiance of a forest-like environment. 
I really appreciate their hard work and effort for crafting this extraordinary environment.
The spacious setting isn't limited to coffee, it's also a wonderful place for a delicious lunch or dinner as they do have a various choices of main Thai fusion dishes. 
While the prices for food and drinks might be a bit higher, almost comparable to cafes in KL, I think it's still reasonable given the special ambiance of the cafe.
So, for me, I think still a worthwhile place to visit if you're in Chiang Mai. 
Check out the IG reels I made for Chom Cafe & Restaurant at HERE.

Chom Cafe & Restaurant
Add: 2 13 ม.2 Somphot Chiang Mai 700 Pi Rd, Mae Hia, เมือง Chiang Mai 50100, Thailand
Tel: +66 53 271 749
Opening hours: Everyday 11am - 10pm

I've successfully checked off another cafe from my list during this trip by visiting Pluto Cafe.
Thanks to my friends whoever willing to visit there with me by taking the bolt. :)
This cafe is very famous everywhere on XHS and Instagram, as it has a captivating space theme, and
its architecture resembles the depths of the universe, giving visitors the feeling of being on an entirely different planet.

Inside the cafe, the decoration is made to look like outer space.
The colours are dark and there are things that remind you of space, like stars and planets.
The way the seats are arranged also makes you feel like you're in space. :)
I really appreciate the cafe's setup that lets sunlight shine into the darkness, like it does very naturally.

This half-lit Pluto model that sticks out from the wall is a popular spot on Instagram and TikTok, whereby you'll see many people love to take photos and videos with it. 

Pluto Cafe offers a variety of main dishes, bakery items, and their own signature drinks.
I find their prices reasoable when compared to cafes in KL.
Considering the quality of the food and drinks they provide, it's worth it.
The bakery items range from 135 baht to 230 baht, and the drinks are around 120 baht.

If you enjoy visiting cafes, I believe Pluto is worth a visit.
The interiors and exterior designs give you the feeling of being on another planet, providing a unique and worthwhile experience.
You can watch the IG reels HERE that I made for my Pluto visit.
Btw, this big circular space in the middle that allows light to come in is actually one of my favourite spots in the cafe. :)

Add: Mu Ban Lanna Villa Alley, San Phi Suea, Mueang Chiang Mai District, Chiang Mai 50300, Thailand
Tel: +66 99 010 4469
Opening hours: Everyday 9am - 9pm

Finally, to wrap up this long post, here are some random pictures we captured during the trip, preserving these moments as cherished memories for future. :)

照片真的很多, 很想把每一张都好好的收藏在这里, 希望我们大家老了, 走不动了, 不常见面了, 可以翻开这一页的回忆, 好好的怀念一番!
谢谢你们给了我一个愉快的假期 <3 也很感恩这20年的友谊可以走到今天还依然那么美好.
Till then, we will meet again! 

1 comment

Aison L. said...

It was an impeccable trip with all the meaningful activities, unique and authentic local dishes, and a group of alumnus with madness. Remember when we were in villa living room one night? I shouted out "Let's celebrate our 20 years graduation from University!' Most international students graduated and never gonna have reunion, but we are NOT! We separated, we grew, we worked hard, we suffered, we have friends & relatives leaving this world, but we still make it to gather and share moments together.
So, let's keep this out, till we reach 100 years old.