Not necessarily motorcycling videos, just a few short amateur clips about Central Thailand notable tourist attractions taken during my travels. Tham Khao Luang Cave, Phetchaburi This is one of Thailand’s most impressive cave shrines. The story is that Rama IV built the stone gate that separates the main chamber from a second chamber as a security measure for a couple who once lived in the cave. A figure of a prostrate body in the third chamber is said to represent the cycle of life and death but it hasn’t experienced a peaceful resting place as cave robbers in past destroyed much of it in search of hidden treasures. Watch out for thieving monkeys at the entrance. Amphawa Floating Market, Samut Songkhram, Thailand The canal side way of life in Amphawa takes place along the waterfront walkways of Amphawa Canal, a small tributary of the Mae Khlong River. Every weekend Thais flock to the Amphawa Floating Market, as big queues emerge along the canal's bridges and walkways. While commercially developed, the old wooden houses and shopfronts retain some of their original charm. Mae Klong Railway Market, Samut Songkhram, Thailand Passenger trains pass through this risky market 8 times a day for almost 30 years. Located in the smallest province in Thailand, Samut Songkram, only an hour drive away from Bangkok.