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Famous for its tourist-friendly floating markets, Damnoen Saduak is the one you’ll find in the tourist literature on Thailand. Bring your camera along to witness the river packed with wooden boats overflowing with fruit and vegetables, which they...more
My First Thailand visit, going for a floating market, it was very nice experience buying some stuff while you are riding the boat. and a lots of display where you will be amazed of the display and the food as well. first time i tried...More
we went by boat into the market, a very nice way of experiencing the market. we jumped off and walked through the different areas that we already passed. be aware of the snakes (no wild ones, but still..) and get a guide, well worth the...More
I went there by local tour. The taxi guy bring my family there and go to private boat the fee is 1200 bath/1h. It’s very higher price. The just ride around the market and go inside(the middle) the smoke from boat engine is very pollution...More
The floating market was like a floating town, filled with sailing merchants. The river was a live with small boats crossing back and forth among each other. In their boats, each one had their wares packed tightly, ready to sell and barter. There was everything...More
One of the best floating markets in the surrounding of Bangkok! We went on a sunny Sunday to the market and it was not too crowded!
You can get a private boat tour for 300baht (1h duration) You will see a lot of shopping places...More
Damnoen Sadouk Floating Market is 110km away from Bangkok. It falls under Rachaburi province. The people, food, shopping experiences on stalled and running boats were simply awes trucking. Visitors all across the globe came to experience centennial old floating market of Thailand.
I went to floating market it AMAZING have many small boat along in the river and sell all the things you can find there such as local fruit, boat noodle, phad thai, Thai tea and Thai coffee more and more..i love this place..and i can...More
My wife and I were charged 2,000 baht per person for a mere 1-hour plus boat ride around a market filled with run-of-the-mill trashy souvenirs and constructed for the sole purpose of ripping tourists off. Imagine a market without any locals buying daily groceries. Do...More
Went on a day tour “get your guide big country vacation” this market, just a big floating tourist trap hardly anything interesting don’t waste your time on this market mostly souvenirs shops and a bit of food
It depends what you mean by disabled friendly. If you mean, is their wheelchair access to all parts of the floating market than no. But it’s thaikamd and people are helpful and kind so maybe they could help you access... More
It depends what you mean by disabled friendly. If you mean, is their wheelchair access to all parts of the floating market than no. But it’s thaikamd and people are helpful and kind so maybe they could help you access something a different way. If you hire a guide then this would be helpful as they could talk in the native tongue