Back with me? That’s good. We still have more to go and more places to see (and eat too!) Where are we heading to if you may ask?
Well, we will continue to Amphawa which is a village West of Bangkok, close to Samut Songkhram. Canal-side way in Amphawa is a way of life and takes place along the waterfront walkways of Amphawa Canal, a small tributary of the Mae Khlong River. During weekend, locals and also tourist will flock here for the evening floating market. Big queues emerge along the canal’s bridges and walkways market. More on this in my next series (now you know my next series, right? hint! hint!)
A bit of summary of this series. In the Ayutthaya Period, Amphawa was called Khwaeng Bang Chang and it was a small community that flourished in agriculture and trade. King Rama II was born in Amphawa, his mother’s hometown, as his father was ruling the town of Ratchaburi. At his probable birthplace is now the King Rama II Memorial Park which we will be heading too.
On the way to Amphawa, we stopped at the handicraft center. They specialized in (cute) miniature figurines from…
Cute little Muay Thai boxers ….
to cute little small and colourful food
Aren’t they adorable?
Outside the Handicraft center, they have lots of flowers and orchids. So, if you are a flower lover, you will definitely enjoy the view.
Lovely right? Well… if you like what you see .. then keep following me. =)