In the Souvenir Series, we visit the Taling Chan Floating Market in Bangkok. Although most of the products sold were produce, sweets, fruits and fish, we found several plants and herbs and even knick knacks and gifts. I found some gnomes and figurines and flower pots that are used to decorate gardens. I was so fascinated by these pretty owl shaped pots that I almost bought them, but I was worried they would break. If I get a chance to go back, I would for sure buy them. The market is open only on weekends and is quite a haven for both locals and tourists. It is a part of culture that is so intrinsic to Thailand. The floating market can be accessed by both water and road and all these were sold in stalls along the road. You can read my previous post about Taling Chan Floating Market and about My Five Favourite Memories from Thailand.