Damnoen Saduak Floating Market

It was a wonderful way to spend the day.

We took public transit which is fast, inexpensive, clean and efficient.

This market was about 100 Km's out of the city,

it is probably the best known and largest floating market.

It defiantly was commercialized, but was great to see.

The sights, smells, sounds and variety of food,

fruit, fish, giftware was quite astonishing.

We had a great time with Stu and and Cindy,

a very happy coincidence that they were going

there the same day as were and knew

the transit system routes.

Here are a few of the photos I took today.

Somewhere along the way, my camera eat the only ones

I had of the temples we visited.




Christa said...

Oh my ... how exciting !!! What an experience going to the floating market. It looks so colourful. It's nice to hear that you have met a couple to guide you with some of the details while staying there. Have fun sweetie. xoxo

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

I enjoyed our trip there so much. But just have the memories now, and no photos thanks to my husband. :/

Log Cabin Studio said...

So glad you have met a nice couple to show you some neat places on your first day.