Wishlisted by Melissa Bullock
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3 years ago
"Little Patricia goes with the flow, she knows, Thailand has still a lot more to show, Where to be, where could she be? She said -- Travelling keeps me aFLOAT let's taste BANG-COOK, Khlong Mat Layom Market -- I am shookt!" Who says that Bangkok is just all about the hustle and bustle? The capital of Thailand is not just a home for overoccupied locals and busy tourists, but a sanctuary for everyone who wants to chill, relax, and feed their hungry tummies. The KHLONG LAT MAYOM FLOATING MARKET is one of the epitomes of Thailand's traditional market. It traverses the local life on the country lanes of its downtown, while giving the tourists a glimpse of Bangkok's cultural food exchanges. The journey to this floating market tracks a different length of peace. Unlike the other floating markets that are crowded, KHLONG LAT MAYOM explores serene canals that passes through residential homes far away from superstructures of the urban. All the more, a visit to KHLONG LAT MAYOM FLOATING MARKET won't just be a simple boat ride experience but a dive into a sea of food ventures. The route will lead you to the hidden gastronomy of Thailand. The canals will advance you to a genuine community which reveals how the life in downtown is full of palatable dishes, too! Hence, after a busy food trip and shopping spree at the weekend market, you can try something new by riding a boat and rowing through this floating market at Taling Ching, Bangkok. The food prices here compared to other markets near the metro are comparatively cheaper (Hi, Travel Budgetarians! Good news, huh?) Overall, this floating market is a paradise for everyone like me who wants to experience the taste of Bang-cook's ready to eat food. Different kinds of grilled seafoods are paraded along the floating market, which I guess would ignite the seafood lover in me. But aside from this, KHLONG LAT MAYOM is famous for their quality fruits which I think would make me bring spacious eco bags to help myself from bringing every fruit that I love! Lastly, who would wanna miss their version of Pad Thai and Coconut Pancake? Definitely, not me!!! So, who knows? The next time you see me posting my travel adventures, I am already rowing my way to KHLONG LAT MAYOM FLOATING MARKET!
a month ago
Have been seeing about this coffee spot near my old school, but I haven’t tried it yet! Will be trying it soon. Definitely one of my wishlists! Ctto
3 months ago
Panagbenga is an annual flower festival celebrated every February which takes place in Baguio City, Philippines.
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