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Two final Qs before we depart for BKK tomorrow night

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Hello from Blizzardy Boston! Sooooo not happy about this weather; hoping we still get out tomorrow night.

That said, two final questions:

1) Best floating market in Bangkok or nearby area? I'm an amateur photographer so I'd love to get some great photos, as well as experience the market.
2) Best place to see a traditional Thai dance show in BKK? (either with dinner or without)

We are in BKK for three nights before departing for Chiang Mai and Krabi and have reservations at Nahm, Gaggan and Le Normandie however if there's a great dinner/Thai dance that we should go to instead of one of the aforementioned restaurants, we would love any recommendations.

Thanks all!!

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