First of all, here's what I learned about getting around Bangkok: ALWAYS try to take the BTS/MRT instead of taxis/tuk tuks for long distance trips.
For example, getting to Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market took us 1 hour via taxi, when we could've cut it short by taking the BTS to Bang Wa BTS station and then taking a cab. Note that the floating market is still pretty far from the BTS station, which means that you'll still have to take a taxi, but traveling via train first simply allows you to skip the jam in between.
Our trip was actually supposed to be just about 30 minutes but we ended up taking a much longer time because our uber driver made a wrong turn and we wound up lost for quite some time. Which adds on to my point: take the train whenever possible. It's quite easy for uber/taxi drivers to get lost but trains can't make a wrong turn or get lost!:-D
The address and directions will be listed below if you're interested!:-)
Well, when we ubered, we told the driver we wanted to go to Khlong Lat Mayom but our driver kept recommending Damnoen Saduak. We insisted on Khlong Lat Mayom and he took us there. After that, the driver offered to wait for us and send us back to the city so that we can get a cab easily. While we went off to explore, he did some of his own and found that this floating market was much better than the one he initially recommended to us.
ANYWAY moving on!!
The soup is extremely tasty - tastes like the pho from Nam Nam but WAY TASTIER. There are condiments available but there's no need to add the sauce because it's already so flavourful!
After our satisfying meal, we went home. On our way, we passed by a street, which I don't recall the name of, where sellers came wave and see if wanted to buy fried bananas.
Thank you so much for reading and have a wonderful week ahead xoxo
หมู่ 15 บางระมาด 30, Bang Ramat, Taling Chan, Bangkok 10170
Take the train to Bang Wa BTS station (S12) then take a cab.