Floating Market outside Bangkok.
Hire a boat and enjoy the experience.
They cater for all tastes.
Access to the market can be made from the landward side. We walked through the market to get to the boats.
The locals also buy from the boat people. The young girl had just bought a hot meal.
Most spices that I’d heard of were available, so we bought various packages.
It did cross my mind to buy a ‘boat’, but getting it back to Australia, in one piece, stopped me.
Bangkok is famous for its traffic jams – can you see my new friend?
The only way to calm down in a traffic jam in Thailand – the Singha beer was cold!
Once free of the jam we cruised away from the market to see how some Thai people lived.
I know the floating market can be ‘touristy’, but it is worth the effort, and we enjoyed the trip.