There are two parts of the museum, which we find particularly beautiful.
The first is a village that is built along the water, The Floating Market.
It makes us strongly reminds of a village
near the house of Pia's mother, Hua Ta Kee.
Only the village in the museum is older, more authentic.
Wooden houses, many shops and small businesses,
and in front, half above the water, a raised wooden path.
Lovely for a quiet walk.
And if you get hungry, there are plenty of places where you can order a simple lunch.
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