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When you visit Bangkok, one of the place that you must go is their Floating Market. Previously we did have in plan to visit Bangkok Floating Market and it was scrap because that we are heading to Pattaya, they have another one too, but the floating market in Pattaya is man made market while the one in Bangkok is the original and natural place.

After we had our lovely breakfast at famous French Bakery (click here) then head to this floating market. This post is more picture than write up . ..

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It was sardin pack with lots of people, and we were drop off by our driver.

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It was burning hot morning and humid as we were walking we can feel the heat penetrating to our bone.

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Looking at the map, its a huge man made floating market .. . .

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To tour around the whole market by using the boat, it can be hired at a price. .

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Heading to Day 3, we woke up early in the morning and arrange a driver to pick us up and start our journey to Pattaya. Its actually a trip that takes about 2 n half hours from Bangkok city. As on the way, Goft did told me that we MUST and MUST drop by at this french bakery – La Baguette French Bakery that serve superb food that she never fails to drop by whenever she heads there.

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Okay.. What is so special about this shop?  La Baguette is actually a french bakery that serve many types of bread, pastries, deserts and not to miss their signature crepes. Open its door to public in year 2003 and there is where they have started to increase their popularity among locals and foreigners. Its a special place with unique design and very nice ambiance that just makes you want to stick in this shop longer.

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When you walk into the shop, there will be a ice cream bell ringing on the door then you will be greated with a smile by their friendly staff. The whole shop is painted fairly white with the shine of the early sun into the shop makes it even brighter. Menu on the ceiling are fitted with chalkboard style  with menu nicely printed on it.

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The whole shop was nicely decorated and it certainly blend in perfectly to give you the feel its a french bakery shop.

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Most of us are very excited as for the first time, we come into a french bakery shop and we love the ambiance and interior design alot. Very simple and cozy, making us walk around and busy hunting food at the menu and some of us busy camwhore around the cafe.

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Its divided into 2 sections, one is bakery and pastries and another side is deserts, crepes and gelato.

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This is what Goft told us that must not miss. Their signature crepes.

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and just look at the pastries and desert fridge, its fill with lots of selection and I just stare them for quite a while, too bad it was in early morning that I do not have appetite for these, if it were after lunch, I think I am going to force my friend to at least try 1/3 of the fridge.

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It was pretty pack in the morning and people just don wait for their seats even though we came first, they tend to go after what is available table to them. Then only I told the waitress that we came first only she advice another family on the issue.

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I like the setting of the cafe, that filled with book classic wooden shelf, small wooden table and chairs with old clock on the wall, huge 3 seater sofa at a corner and some huge single seater sofa, makes it very French ambiance.

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This is how the three of them sunk their ass on the cosy sofa till don want to move their butt.

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 Annie busy taking pictures with her new camera.

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