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Don Wai Market, Nakhon Pathom

Categories: Flea Markets, Shopping
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4.3/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web
Don Wai Market is located in Nakhon Pathom. For travelers who use our custom trip planner, Nakhon Pathom holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Don Wai Market and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • I really adore this place... there's a famous braised duck restaurant called Nai oou restaurant within the market... food is affordable and yummy.. and you get a nice view of the river! Overall.. the ...  read more »
  • Loads of interesting street food to find here, much of which I had never seen before. Coconut and sticky rice steamed together was great. Excellent for its range of fruit. 
  • Go to the market this 3 times and then shop as well suited to buy back home. There are several famous old every time will need to be purchased. Granules coated with Sesame and cashew candy Tan and the other hand full back home. Walk into a deep market will have a range of a short roof of which remains part of the TIA huat very much.
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  • This is a real local market for food and fruit. All food and fruit are fresh and good quality. The market open everyday as I know, but weekday is not busy. For weekend and holiday are crowded. About the price, something may expensive depending on the seasoning, normally the price is very fair.
  • Many good food, Many street food here you can eat and walk around and visit the temple beside the market. Not wet floor here. For more option you can take a Tourist ship it's take 1hr. with cheap price.
  • Very crowded at weekend. Not a real floating market, but floating houses and shops along the river. Many kinds of fruits and vegetables
  • A traditional Thai market with an excellent range of food to choose from. I've found some items that I never could find in other Thai markets, such as plain Chinese rice dumpings (ji jang / 鹼水粽). The sun dried pork (mu det deaw) here is excellent. Some items are hit or miss though, so you'll have to try your luck, which is part of the fun. It's beside a river full of local catfish and there are vendors selling bread to feed them, which is a therapeutic experience.
  • I'm looking for some market that they have our things to sell and different from other market! Here it is :) If you come here, you should not miss Coconut cream meat! You will can't find this and you never try it for sure! I love it :)
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