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Bangkok the capital of Thailand is a city of contrasts(对比) . The tall glass buildings look no different from those in any other modem city. But behind (81) is a place where life hasn’t changed for over 100 years — the canals(运河) .These canals (82) in 1866 by the King of Thailand and are home to many Thai people who still live and work there today. There are four floating(漂浮的)(83) around Bangkok and the oldest and most popular is in the town of Damonen Saduak.
This market opens every day from 6:30 a.m. It’s best to shop early and go (84) water taxi.After 9 a.m. the tourist buses (85) and it’s much too busy.
It’s a colorful noisy fascinating place. Old ladies with huge hats sit in small (86) filled with fruit and vegetables fresh coconut juice and local food.
Did you (87) your breakfast? Then just call a seller for a bowl of hot soup. He 11 get it from a cooker at the back of his boat!
But the boats don't (88) sell food.Would you like a traditional hat? A silk dress? A flowered shirt? Then just call and point. After the noise and (89) of the market continue along the canal. Soon you’11 see the wooden houses orchards(果 园) ，and floating flowers of the canal villages. It’s a lovely and (90) way to finish your trip.