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Offering Alms to a monk on a boat@Kwan Riam Floating Market

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Summary:
One of the latest riverside markets in Bangkok opened for tourism is the Kwan Riam Floating Market in Miniburi. Unlike other markets, the monks at the temple here hold a religious ceremony from 7:30 a.m. After some chanting they get into their boats and row up and down the canal collecting alms from local people. Although the monks collect alms every day, they only do this by boat at the weekends and public holidays. It’s worth getting up early just to witness this religious ceremony. Afterwards you can enjoy breakfast & shopping in the market.

Schedule:
Booking before Friday
Open Sat.-Sun & Special holiday => 6:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Give alms to monks => 7:30 - 8:00 a.m.

Availability:
Min : 2 person
Max : 4 person
Private : please ask
Open Sat.-Sun & Special holiday => 6:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Meeting Point:
Hua Mak station Airport Rail Link, (BTS) Udomsuk Station

Price Includes:
Transfer fee round trip at meeting point & Food and Flower offering to the monk.

Price Doesn't Include:
Breakfast & Food for animal


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Price
: US$10 / Person
Place
: Bangkok, Thailand
Duration
: 3 hours

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