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6 Markets In Bangkok You Should Not Miss - Nerd Nomads favourite markets!

6 Markets In Bangkok You Should Not Miss - Nerd Nomads favourite markets!

Purple Market in Bangkok.

Purple Market in Bangkok.

Unicorn Café, in the Bang Rak district of Bangkok, Thailand, is an explosion of pastel, rainbows and all things sickly sweet. It basically looks like they asked a five-year-old girl to describe her dream home, and then went with exactly what she suggested.

Unicorn Café, in the Bang Rak district of Bangkok, Thailand, is an explosion of pastel, rainbows and all things sickly sweet. It basically looks like they asked a five-year-old girl to describe her dream home, and then went with exactly what she suggested.

Bangkok, Thailand - links to traveling in Thailand

Bangkok, Thailand - links to traveling in Thailand

Travelling to Bangkok and not sure what to do? Check out this Bangkok Bucket List with 20 great ideas about what to do in Bangkok for first time visitors! | #Bangkok #Thailand #Asia |

Travelling to Bangkok and not sure what to do? Check out this Bangkok Bucket List with 20 great ideas about what to do in Bangkok for first time visitors! | #Bangkok #Thailand #Asia |

Punggol Waterway, Singapore

Punggol Waterway, Singapore

Singapore Chinese gardens (by wade.mealing).

Singapore Chinese gardens (by wade.mealing).

Red dot museum Singapore

Red dot museum Singapore

Haji Lane @ Bugis, Singapore

Haji Lane @ Bugis, Singapore

Punggol Waterway is Singapore's longest man-made waterway at 4.2 km long. It is also known as "My Waterway@Punggol". It features a landscaped promenade, five footbridges, viewing decks, cycling and jogging paths, exercise and water-play areas, lush greenery and eco-friendly features. - See more at: http://www.vivisrandomramblings.com/2015/07/cycling-at-punggol-waterway-Singapore.html

Punggol Waterway is Singapore's longest man-made waterway at 4.2 km long. It is also known as "My Waterway@Punggol". It features a landscaped promenade, five footbridges, viewing decks, cycling and jogging paths, exercise and water-play areas, lush greenery and eco-friendly features. - See more at: http://www.vivisrandomramblings.com/2015/07/cycling-at-punggol-waterway-Singapore.html