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One of the most exciting things to do in Bangkok is to check out the floating markets. There’s nowhere more authentic and charismatic than the winding canals where vendors yell from wooden, long-tail boats, selling their produce to those on land or in other boats.
The smell of incense and jasmine waft up my nostrils as soon as we enter the Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market. It’s pretty and calming, much like the rest of the villages on this side of the canal.
The smell of roasting BBQ pork guides us deep into the riverside market, and the sounds of sizzling meat on the grill and the yells of locals bartering prices fill my ears.
Flags stretch across the canals, tied to the thatched roofs