Floating Market

A friend who recently went to the Thailand didn’t recomment the Floating Market. But I loved it. Like I am so happy that I decided to go here, but regret going to Chatuchak. I guess it’s the vibe that’s different. I wasn’t really planning on shopping. So a little bit of culture and less shopping was what I wanted.

Even grass jelly!
Even grass jelly!
Lots and lots of goodies
Lots and lots of goodies
Some are selling on the side too
Some are selling on the side too

Though we were too full to eat (except drink some coffee), the smell in the air provided a great idea on how great the food tastes like. There were satay, soups all over, mango sticky rice, spring rolls, noodles and what else you can imagine. Of course there were other stuff too, like hats and something to please the tourist. But the stuff on the boats looked fab. I bought some dried kaffir lime leaves though on the side, for my next culinary adventure. 🙂

See? There's satay!
See? There’s satay!
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