Tuk-Tuk Convoy from Flower Market to China Town Bangkok! – ipadguides

On the banks of the Chao praya river

After a full day of studying at TBEX, in the evening I and my fellow bloggers took a walk around the Chao Praya river. Enjoying the sunset in the middle of the breeze feels very special, because the humidity in Bangkok is very low during the day, the weather is hot and the wind is not felt.

We had dinner at the Yodpiman Riverwalk, a kind of collection of places to eat on the banks of the river that divides the city of Bangkok.

Not far from Yodpiman, only need to walk a few tens of meters, there is a flower market that has been in Bangkok for a very long time. The market is similar to an ordinary traditional market which is a bit muddy. But everyone here is selling flowers!

The flower market with the Thai name Pak Khlong Talat is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Because the people of Bangkok are mostly Buddhist, these flowers are needed for various ceremonies. Fresh flowers such as orchids, roses, daisies and flowers of whatever name you can find here. There are not many tourists, because this place does supply flowers for local residents.

How to get to Flower Market Bangkok: If using BTS stop at Saphan Taksin Station, then change to Chao Phraya Express boat to stop number 7, Rajinee. You can also take a taxi/tuk-tuk by saying the word ‘Pak Khlong Talat’ or show the Thai text:

My Lotus
Blogger friends from Japan
Monks also sell

After we were satisfied walking around Pak Khlong’s flower market, we went around using a Tuk-tuk. I forget how many there were, if I’m not mistaken about 10 to carry us all. It feels like racing in the movie 2 Fast 2 Furios! That uncle tuk-tuk is really speeding. I almost had to hold on to the grip :))

GOOOOOOO! Tuk fast to furious!!
Ms. Claudia Kaunang who also joined
Tuk-tuk uncle
Drifting with tuk tuk
Arriving at China Town, we were immediately greeted with a vegetarian festival
It was very crowded in China town that night
Like the market!

Thanks to the Tourism Authority of Thailand for the great tuk-tuk ride! :))

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