Monday, 19 October 2009

thai river market

Nobody know exactly how many years the market has been running , nobody sure about the history of this place. Just we know it has been existing since old times, located close to Bangpakong river, near to the Capital city, Bangkok. The market is alive and give to you and your camera, lots of colors, exotic foods and vegetables that you can stay sure is the tipical thai food...the one with the ancient secret recipes pass on from one generation to another generation...Grandmother to mother, mother to daughter... take a seat and enjoy the spicy and fresh flavors of the Kingdom of Thailand...Sabai Sabai!





































































































8 comments:

gabriela said...

WOW!! a lot of colour and many kinds of food. It is a big and beautiful market. I like it.

The "gredas" are very similar like in chilean market and there is a food like "humitas".

Bautiful pictures... i was waitting for more pics in your blog...Thanks for that. We follow you.

Kisses and a hug from Chile

LA MEXICANA said...

I'm really taken with that so much food in that markets, is amazing!!! I would have liked to know each name of that food but I understand that there are to many pictures, anyway I enjoyed that little journey in which you make me feel with your beautiful pictures.

kisses to you and Amy from your mexican friend

Ale

Suruyevsky. said...

Enormous chapter!!!
Great pictures!!
A lot of food!
Fishes, boats, handcrafts, motorcycles, corn, a big green orange, everything can be found at this market!
Greetings from Mandrilland.-

★ Crazy Drile™ said...

Greetings in Mandriland too my friend!

hey, I was calling you again from Australia...so please...

CONTESTA EL CELULAR!

Saludos de los dos con la Amy!

★ Crazy Drile™ said...

Greetings in Mandriland too my friend!

hey, I was calling you again from Australia...so please...

CONTESTA EL CELULAR!

Saludos de los dos con la Amy!

★ Crazy Drile™ said...

many thanks Gabriela....yep, I did not realize but the market have a lot in common...the handcraft and some corn food...chilli and flavors...

amazing but true!

Greetings from Downunder!

★ Crazy Drile™ said...

kiss back Mexican girl!
We know that in Mexico you have huge markets too...I hope you will show some pictures about it

Will be an inspiration for many people...

Take care

XOX

AnaLaprof said...

Seguramente te sorprendas....bueno, seguramente no, ciertamente te sorprenderás ...pero tenía que hacer cinco regalos...y uno debía ser para ti...
Ni siquiera sé si sabes de qué va esto...pero uno debía ser para ti...
Ven por mi casa y recógelo cuando gustes...

http://muchomucholaprof.blogspot.com/2009/10/un-premio-un-regalo-si-senor.html