The canal is still a very distinctive and very lively mode of transportation in the area today, not to mention it may not seem spacious, but it is curved and may basically flow through Bangkok, quite nice.
The canal may seem like a small river to us, but it feels like it's a water system, or it may seem like it's connected to various water markets, so visitors are a good experience.
The Kongshengsang Canal penetrates the center of Bangkok. There are large and small canals in central and southern Thailand, especially around Bangkok. One of the tourist experiences in Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, is to take a canal bus. Tourists can take cruise routes to visit the main attractions.
Interesting experience, just 11 baht from asok to the water gate, no traffic jam, when sitting on the side, make sure to pull the rope next to it, because it can pull up the transparent plastic cloth next to it, thereby preventing water from splashing on the body, except for the usual ordinary boats used by Bangkok people, Also take the cruise ship they have specially prepared for tourists, the bags are not expensive
The canal is not very wide and narrow, but it is very Sichuan city center, so I have brought a lot of convenience to the traffic, sometimes much faster than taking the bus. Because there is no congestion in the canal.
The setting sun goes down, the sky is full of sunset clouds, and the evening scenery is beautiful
The empty Sang Canal, which runs through the center of Bangkok, is the most important traffic route for Bangkokers, after the Huainan River.