SE Asias biggest Hat Tourney is on again!!!
The 15th Bangkok Hat will take place on 7-8 Feb 2014.
7-8 Feb 2014
SE Asia’s largest and most fun & friendly Hat tournament, held every year in Bangkok. With 16 teams and over 350 players this is a must for many in the Ultimate Asian scene. We look forward to seeing returning friends for another Hat and welcoming first timers.
NEW! Teams & Schedule
The Players Pack has been sent out but in case you missed it….
Friday Night Registration: 6 Feb 7pm – 11pm
Hanrahans Irish Bar on Sukhumvit soi 4 (3rd floor/terrace)
Get ready to run into some new and old ultimate geeks from all over the world. The registration table will close at 11pm but feel free to hang out & socialize away or to discuss strategies if you know your teams by then.(If you arr. late on Friday, registration will be available at the fields on Saturday morning).
Tournament Day 1: Saturday, 7 February (7:30am to 6pm)
First pull is at 8 am! You can nap during your byes. Expect 4 games per team for day 1 (with 3 byes =).
Food and drinks? Some fruits, bread/pb/pastries, rice porridge and rice soup will be provided for breakfast. For lunch, you will be treated to some excellent Thai dishes. Vegetarian (and non pork) options will be available. This year, we’ve added noodle soup for both days. Great cure for hangover and dehydration. For dinner a full bbq meal to us at the fields. Of course, water, soda and beer will be readily available. Also, there will be a massage tent for those sore folks (sorry, not free but cheap).
Continuing to be “green”! In the spirit of being green/environmental friendly, please bring an old bag from a past tournament to stuff your disc and water bottle in at the registration party (or Saturday morning). This is NOT a cost cutting attempt since the bags were donated in the past. Seriously, how many little tourney bags do you need? Also, please remember to bring a reusable water bottle. But if you don’t have one, Spice Roads, once again, donated some more bottles for the tourney.
We will have vans to transport people from the fields Sat afternoon but a taxi will be a quicker option.
Map to the Fields: https://
Saturday Night Party:
7 Feb 9pm-2am at Sportsman on Sukhumvit soi 11.
Only 150m down soi 11 from Sukhumvit rd, on the right side.
Theme: Looney Tunes
Don’t forget your costume. Heck, at least put on a shirt with a cartoon character!
Tournament Day 2: Sunday, 8 February (8am to 6pm)
Elimination play. (If you are the lucky top 3 teams from your pool, then, you’ll get to sleep in =) Expect 2-4 games, depend on how good your team is or how hard your team partied from the night before. (4 is a stretch, some consolation games may resort to a boat race/a spirit game).
Food and Drinks- expect pretty much the same process from the day before. However, there will be even more food after lunch. We will have more of those great tasting grilled chicken, papaya salad and sticky rice.
Please note: dinner is NOT provided on Sunday.
We are playing at new fields this year, in the north of Bangkok not far from Don Meaung Airport, at a Military Barracks. You will find detailed transport info in your players pack. Map to the Fields: https://
Directions to the field in Thai
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