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Experience one of Bangkok's iconic areas of trade and culture at Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, where the vendors' long, wooden boats hug the docks and skim across the waters to offer their goods to passersby. The traditional way of selling fresh fruit and vegetables in the area, the floating market has become a popular tourist attraction in recent years, charming foreign visitors and helping the salespeople keep afloat. Bring your camera to capture the colorful and attractively displayed produce, and enjoy the banter of the traders as they row by. Put Damnoen Saduak Floating Market into our Damnoen Saduak trip itinerary builder app to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Damnoen Saduak.
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Tours to Damnoen Saduak Floating Market
$68 BOOK WITH VIATOR Private Tour: Floating Markets of Damnoen Saduak Cruise Day Trip from Bangkok
Duration: 6 to 7 hours
$51 BOOK WITH VIATOR In and around Bangkok Private Tour Guide with Custom Experience
Duration: 8 hours
$134 BOOK WITH VIATOR Private Tour: Floating Markets and Bridge on River Kwai Day Trip from Bangkok
Duration: 9 hours
$37 BOOK WITH VIATOR Floating and Railway Market, Coconut Farm and Salt Field Tour in Thailand
Duration: 7 hours
$103 BOOK WITH VIATOR Private Excursion to Maeklong Railway and Floating Markets
Duration: 6 to 7 hours
$83 BOOK WITH VIATOR Damnoen Saduak Floating Market with Boat Ride -Private Tour
Duration: 5 to 6 hours
Damnoen Saduak Floating Market reviews
Yesterday, I went to buy sushi at a sushi restaurant in Damnoen Saduak town and I bought a lot of sushi which consisted of crab sticks, sweet egg, salted egg, scrambled eggs and salt. And I pay with.... more »
for Damnoen Saduak Floating Market I've visited a couple of times. It is a floating market where you can easily walk and buy things. There are quite a number of restaurants and souvenirs for... more »
Damnoen Saduak Floating Market Hundreds of years old floating market in Thailand and famous abroad. It is one of Ratchaburi's mottos. "The beautiful Photharam The beauty of Ban Pong dragon jar city... more »
Very cool place. Definitely something to do to get a feel for the local floating market. The food on the floating market was extra delicious. Partly due to the fact that I hadn't had breakfast yet. Everything is overpriced and it's definitely geared towards tourists, but that comes with the territory. The ride from Bangkok is long. This is definitely a fun, half day tour that will give you something to remember. All of the sounds and fragrances of the market are certainly unique.
The longish ride from hotel pick up in Bangkok to the floating market was a great choice to see in a tourist setting the way things were in Bangkok as long thin boats plied the canal ways selling wares. It is fairly priced for authentic food and souvenirs and you are able to also take in part of the day with the elephants that also provide a nature experience. Riding the elephants was very human and fun and the elephants are well cared for and very happy. It might seem controversial, but I felt it was very natural and gave me a bonding with elephants that surely was beneficial to both.
A new experience to shopping and see the local handicrafts of Thailand while in boat. Never had an experience of seeing the beer and snacks come floating towards you 😆. You will definitely need a local guide to help you reach here being in the outskirts of Thailand. They will be the one guiding you to the correct place as on the way, we saw few signs of floating market that can confuse you. Mr Knight at Big Country Vacation in Silom will make your perfect Bangkok Itinerary and our guide Lyn was the best we had for this tour. I would recommend you travel through them.
we came to the market in the morning, it was crowded a lot on the water. it’s a really touristic place - regarding this, maybe it has lost a bit it’s atmosphere. although we love bargaining, prices were too high anyway. no various options (a bit of souvenirs everywhere with no options to eat) - at least we didn’t go around any local food. it was a nice visit, but once in a lifetime is enough.
Unlike anything I've ever experienced and very culturally awesome!! The ride up to the floating markets is one of my favorite parts. Very beautiful to experience. Highly recommended
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