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Damneonsudak Floating Market & Rural Bicycle Tour in Photos

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4 thoughts on “Damneonsudak Floating Market & Rural Bicycle Tour in Photos

  1. Nice Pics! How did you travel there with your bicycle? By train or you rented the bicycle there?

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    Posted by Ray | March 5, 2015, 3:51 AM
    • Thanks! I rented the bike there. But I did take a folding bike with me from home in the USA to South Korea, where I’m currently living and teaching. To travel with that bike, I packed it in a styrofoam-reinforced box that had a thin wooden shell/exterior, which my dad built by hand. I thought about taking the folding bike with me to Thailand, but I was concerned about it getting damaged in transit (since I wouldn’t be using the box, just a bag) and didn’t think it was worth the hassle since I wouldn’t be riding it every day.

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      Posted by magyarn | March 5, 2015, 4:00 AM
      • Thanks for the info. Am planning on visiting the market this weekend so I will keep an eye out on rental shops. Do they also provide maps on where to go or you just cycle around?

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        Posted by Ray | March 5, 2015, 4:34 AM
      • Sorry I didn’t say this more clearly, but I actually booked the bike tour through SpiceRoads Cycle Tours. I didn’t go to the market and rent a bike. The floating market was just part of a full day tour that originated and ended in Bangkok. We drove from my hostel to the market, walked/floated around it, then took another longtail boat to where we started the 30km ride the rest of the day. There might be bike rental shops in the vicinity of the market, but none jumped out at me. Sorry for the confusion!

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        Posted by magyarn | March 5, 2015, 5:12 AM

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