Bang Muang Municipalities,the old community must to preserve for posterity generations and place for who love and be fascinated with old atmosphere.
Last weekend I went to neighborhood Amphoe Bang Yai. To visit the old villages near the river “Bang Muang” is call area. There are old community here. Most of people have transport by boat for everyday life. Agricultural products have been deal for people in community and tourists. In addition,municipalities also provide the float market for the visitors. There are many temples here. Philanthropy for visitors to pay homage to Buddha,a good activity for Buddhism.
Because of bored with the tumult of traffic jam,population as well as a variety of urban society.On weekend, I’ve go to experience a rural atmosphere to see the old wood houses at waterfront community,to rest and relax in one. This place not so far from Bangkok,its call “Bang Muang Municapalities”. Bang Muang is settlement in Bang yai Nonthaburi Thailand. Most of the old community in Nonthaburi are near the river. A lot of river there. People here to used the river for everyday life,such as transport,commerce. Agricultural products have for sale for people who come here.
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