On my last day in Bangkok, I had the chance to ride a tuk tuk :up It was pretty interesting and very windy! I don’t think I’ve ridden in anything similar before. It was kinda weird seeing people on the street starring at us, but then there was a whole group of us riding to our destination, and we also had a police escort  :3seal

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The tuk tuk took us to a hotel, where we rode the boat to a marketplace. I can’t remember the name of the place since I can’t understand any Thai  OTL It took us around 30~40mins to get to the market and the journey was very pleasant. It was very relaxing on the boat and to see the scenery of the local life along the water  tenki We also had breakfast on the boat and they had really nice guava juice  happybear

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I really enjoyed going to this market squeeheart There were a lot of different things to look at and there were many stalls with people cooking food and merchandise such as souvenirs and clothing. The most interesting thing to me was that there were several stores selling fried flowers and plants  ZOMGOMG I’ve never heard of such a thing before lol. The fried flowers acually tasted pretty good, my favourite kind were yellow, but I’m not sure what type of flower it is.

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I think it’s always interesting to see street food in other countries though I’m always scared to try them since I have a weak stomach  :sweat I’m glad that I didn’t get sick from eating the fried flowers  :XD

10 Comments

  1. gorgeous photos as always!! ><
    ahhhh thailand looks so immensely fun! i also love browsing market places and i'm sorry but i lost it at 'fried flowers!"– w-what do they taste like? NEED TO TRY

  2. Thailand looks so beautiful and colorfull <3
    Good thing you didn't get sick from eating the fried flowers ^^

  3. oh wow! what beautiful photos! everything looks so colorful! the boats are amazing! I’ve never seen boats with this shape! I’m sure that fried flowers must taste very good! 🙂

  4. Tuk tuk, what a cute name!

    Those deep fried eggs (?) look so interesting! Street food has always fascinated me, I wish I wasn’t so paranoid of eating something that my stomach couldn’t handle though…otherwise, I’d eat everything!

  5. oooohh the food looks delicious! It makes me hungry xD

    I love your photos, it really looks like a nice place! :3 Good thing you enjoy it so much! <3

  6. The tuk tuk and boat ride looks like fun 😀 I always love visiting markets and trying food there because they’re usually authentic and quite good. The fried eggs (are those what they are?) look really delicious!

  7. i like boat rides. they’re usually really relaxing and it’s a great way to quickly ‘get away’ and just think about things without life’s worry lol. oh mann guava juice sounds good!! when i went to taiwan this summer..they had fresh guava fruit everywhere. it’s kind of expensive here in the u.s. though :[ glad to hear bangkok was fun! looks like a really nice place to visit filled with culture. food looks homey and yummy <3

    -Joyce
    carouselstreet.com

  8. i like boat rides. they’re usually really relaxing and it’s a great way to quickly ‘get away’ and just think about things without life’s worry lol. oh mann guava juice sounds good!! when i went to taiwan this summer..they had fresh guava fruit everywhere. it’s kind of expensive here in the u.s. though :[ glad to hear bangkok was fun! looks like a really nice place to visit filled with culture. food looks homey and yummy.

    -Joyce
    carouselstreet.com

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