Boats🚤🚤 🚤sold with different kinds of food are a trademark attraction among the Thailand. It also known as Floating Market where they originate from a time when water transport played an important role in daily life.
Although today the roads of Thailand are now able to connect to most of the city, town, some farmer boats are still used to travel and make the market. One of their purposes is to allow domestic visitors and international tourists to be able to experience the culture of riverside shopping. In Bangkok, the most popular markets are Damnoen Saduak (100 km from Bangkok southwest) and Amphawa district( 72 km from Bangkok, a tourist attraction for local and traveller where merchandise place.
For our shopping trip, the first stop we chose MBK Shopping Center🏙🏙🏙, the largest shopping mall in Asia when it opened in 1985. Since then, many malls in Thailand have outdone MBK in size especially nearby Central World and Siam Paragon. Even so, the price of goods more acceptable for local Thai so its attract and the majority of shoppers are Bangkok residents also popular with tourists. With total of 8 floors and more than 2,000 stores, many stores selling authentic merchandise are also available.
Whether you believe in ghosts or not, belief in ghosts in Thai culture is both popular and enduring. In the history of Thailand Buddhist popular beliefs intermingled with the legends about the spirits or ghosts of the local folklore.