Howdy all! Yes, it’s another chance to look through my lens and today I’m taking you to destination – Thailand and the Amphawa Floating Market, around 90km from the Thai capital of Bangkok. It’s actually a really picturesque market, there is no doubt, but at the same time, it is also very touristy and it’s the one most tours will take you to. So anyways, I hope you like my pictures! It was a busy day a few years ago when I went. There are loads of stores and restaurants on the side of the water, and even places where you can sit and boats will bring you and in some instances cook for you – food that is. Enjoy!
Thanks for popping in today – May the Journey Never End!
11 thoughts on “Amphawa Floating Market – Through My Lens”
Amazing that they cook on those small boats. Great flashback.
there’s not much they can’t do on the boats! Thanks for popping by!
Love the floating markets in Thailand. We went to Amphawa, Damnoen Saduak and Maeklong in one weekend.
Great shots of a most exciting place to see and photograph, Andy. 🙂
thanks Jane means a lot coming from you. but that was still pre-DSLR days. It was my last trip (2015) before I got my Nikon.
Awesome! I was there and remembered how scared I was to get in the tiny boats. It was an interesting experience!
it’s certainly colourful and vibrant. the boats are somewhat rickety!
Lovely pictures and yummy food in Thailand.