Thailand; Bangkok – Amphawa Floating Market (6)

This is my last series of the Amphawa Floating Market in Thailand.

As you can see from my earlier 5 parts, Amphawa floating market does offer lots of local food; hot cooked food to cold dishes and dessert to choose from. Be sure to head there with an empty stomach and you will go back with a full stomach and a big smile on your face (if you are daring to try all of them and also depends on the limit of your stomach to handle the amount and varieties available)

As seen below more dessert which I manage to shot along the market.

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Not sure what are these though. Anyone?

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Tuk tuk also can be seen near the road at the market.

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Walking along the shops near from the canal.

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It was sunset. We head to the other part of the canal where you can catch boats for a ride along the canal.

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At this part, not many stalls but still there were lots of people. Here was more of an area where locals or tourists could catch a ride on the boats.

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A shot from the top of the bridge looking down at the canal

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A shot in the evening. Locals catching tuk tuk…..

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Last a temple near the market.

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That’s the end of another day in Thailand. What’s next in Bangkok, Thailand? If you would like to know, then follow me and you will find out in the next series. =)

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Vietnam – The Trail of Hanoi (9)

Heading out from the Cat Ba Cave, the junk too us to another island which is the Hang Hanh of Bo Hon Island where there is a beach and also also a beautiful view of the sunset from the highest point on the island.

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Closer view of the junks as our junk passed by.

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A view from the highest point on the island waiting for the….

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yes.. sunset!!

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then it was off again on the junk to another area where we stayed on the junk boat for the night.

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Oh yes.. did I mentioned anything about the junk boat that we stayed for the night? If I did not, then I will mention this in my next post. So .. stay tune. =)

Hong Kong – An evening view from the Peak (3)

This is my final part of an evening view from the Victoria Peak.

When the sun goes down….. it really goes down fast.

Enjoy the pictures of the sunset and also the night lights of the city of Hong Kong.

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A shot of an airplane flying over the Peak.

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The lights in the city is slowly lighting up……

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Ligthed Terrace 428….

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… and the fully ligthed city of Hong Kong .

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Hong Kong – An evening view from the Peak (2)

This is my 2nd part from the visit to Hong Kong’s The Victoria Peak. The weather was nice and also the sky was quite clear. Guess it was me lucky day. =)

To wait patiently and take pictures of the sunset from the Peak is really worth waiting for.

The city view from the Peak……

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The view of the sun slowly disappearing into the horizon..

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Hong Kong – An evening view from the Peak (1)

During my trip to Hong Kong, I also had taken the chance to go to the Victoria Peak. We wanted to take the Peak tram up from the Peak Lower Terminus but instead we took the bus from the ferry terminal brought us directly up to the Peak.

We were there early before the sunset as I heard and seen pictures taken during the sunset is beautiful. I wanted to take this chance to see it myself and take pictures too.

Sign board…. hmmmm where should I head to?

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An old tram converted to a Visitor Information Center.

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Beautiful sight of Hong Kong from the top…..

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The Sky Terrace 428….

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Stay tune for more……..