On our day 2 in Bangkok we went to Floating Market Dumnoen Saduak after the Maeklong Railway Market! Our tour guide Mr.Banchong told us that the floating market in Bangkok already closed so that's what lead us to this Dumnoen Saduak Floating Market.
Dumnoen Saduak Floating Market is located at Ratchaburi, Thailand. The people in this province are mostly farmers and agriculturist. They are selling vegetables, fruits in an old traditional way which is from a small boat. We hired a boat to bring us around the canals.
Mango sticky rice!! A must try food in Thailand!! It is made of steamed sweet rice, mangoes and coconut sauce! So yummy until we finished our first plate and buy the 2nd plate!
One boat can fit 4 persons!
Had some coconut drink under the hot sun! Soothing! We bought 4 coconuts and it cost 100 baht.
You may buy souvenirs at here too. Many handcrafts are selling here.
Had so much fun eating and window shopping in the boat. Window shopping? Why? This is because my friend told me that the things selling here are expensive cause it's tourist spot so we just bought some fruits and mango sticky rice to eat. What I don't like about the market is the boats with engine are so noisy. The boat engine is exposed without cover and the smoke came out from the engine produce air pollution and smelly. Other than that all are ok. You must visit floating market at least once if you come to thailand.
Siam Ocean World
After lunch we went to Siam Ocean World!!! Siam Ocean World is an aquarium in Bangkok, Thailand, and one of the largest in South East Asia. It is located two storeys underneath the Siam Paragon shopping mall. It's all about sea animals! All of them are so special that make me so curious to meet them and snap photos non stop!
The fish in middle photo named Dog Faced Puffer Fish! Its face do look abit like a dog! @_@
So happy to meet the Hugo Hammerhead Shark! So cute and friendly!
Big shark! Scary! Look at the guy head. @_@
Had so much fun at the Siam Ocean World. We have limited time to visit this place cause rushing to the next destination - Madame Tussauds Museum. We missed some zones. For your information they have the Thailand's first 4D theatre, observing the marine creatures from a glass-bottom boat and touring the 'back of the house' to combing the ocean floor in a diving suit and 180-degree helmet as well as diving with the predators and their prey in the 'Open Ocean'. Go experience it if your are visiting Siam Ocean World!
End my post with this glow in the dark pic!