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Don Wai Market, Nakhon Pathom
(4.3/5 based on 45 reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Normally I like to visit my father brings afternoon because the episodes to make eyes at Wat Rai Khing hospital every month, and the market is not far from the hospital.
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  • Unlike a multitude of "floating markets" existing just for tourism purposes, this is a real market where locals do their daily shopping. Food is excellent, I especially recommand the Miang Kham, Panda...  more »
  • 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 ...  more »
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  • This is a thai fresh goods market with prices for the common thai folk. This is pretty much where a good majority of the thais local to the area do their everyday grocery shopping. The prices are fair as it is not frequented by gullible tourists. This place is clean as thai open markets go. Dont be afraid to ask for and try free samples of the delicacies on display. Bring a strong stomach though, as some sights and smells might be overwhelming for those unfamiliar to these kinds of places. Dried fish, fish stews, deep fried pork knuckles and peking style duck are displayed in open air. It may not be the most pleasant of sights and/or smells but you cant argue how fascinating and culture-rich this place is.
  • Food is good and inexpensive. The boat vendors will come to the side of the restaurant to sell you fruits and vegetables. You can buy bread and feed the big catfishes while you dine too.
  • 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.
  • Small Market on the riverbank. Mainly different food stalls with various local dishes. Very small and narrow paths between the stalls. All in all it's an authentic and interesting market (although no floating market)
  • 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.