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I have always loved Thai floating markets. There is something about the noise and chaos of the crowds, mixed with the many different things to eat, see and buy that makes it an extremely fun way to spend a day. The floating markets are comprised of canals filled with vendors selling things out of their boats. You can either walk along the side and they will row up to you, or you can hire a boat to take you around for an hour. At famous Amphawa Floating Market, Samut Songkhram and Damnoen Saduak Floating Market in Ratchaburi has some amazing and unique markets that I was always excited to visit. Although most of them have gotten a bit touristy, they are still such a wonderful experience that they are totally worth a visit once or more! :)
Bangkok is a city of contrasts, from the modern area of Sukhumvit Road to the city's cultural heritage in Rattanakosin. I loved to explore this historic island with its famous temples in the morning. When the sun gets at its strongest, it's best to cool down in the urban area. Trying some local food street vendors or getting some air-conditioned malls and indoor attractions of Bangkok's scene.
Yangon still retains a certain amount of charm as the former capital of Myanmar ( since colonial times) Despite the traffic & noise that is fast encroaching this city it has many wondrous sights & smells that are unique to this Asian country
An 8.6km ride through the Northern suburbs in Singapore starting from Khatib and ending at Jalan Leban. Escape from the daily hustle and bustle of city life. Time slows down on this route when you pace yourself to recollect all thoughts, to wander and wonder.
You will spot alot of greenery, some moments by the waters, indulge in local Indian fare and tea, then end the day with some caffeine fix. Ask the baristas for some cat latte art to make your day PURRRFECT!
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The best way to explore Bangkok is pier hopping! It's really cool to go across Chaophraya river by boat, feeling the tropical wind. There are many piers(tha) along the river, and each pier(tha) has its own style. The most popular tourist sights are located between Central Pier to 13th pier(Tha Phra Athit) , but my favorite is 15th pier(Tha Thewet). The 15th pier has a lovely flower market, and you can feed fish while waiting for your boat. Fun! I lived in Dusit district. My apartment was on Suan Ooy street(in the upper left corner). I miss the yummy street food in that neighborhood!
This map contains 5 most well known " Amusement Parks " in Thailand , which are located in Central Bangkok , Nakorn Nayok province and Chonburi province. And guess what! You only need 1 rout to get to all these places!!;)
Sam Chuk, an old market town along the Thajeen River in Suphan Buri province, serves as a good example of how a community can contribute to changing the face of a place. The lively town, which is more than a century old, is today a dynamic and charming place to visit.