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Don Wai Floating Market, Sam Phran

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  • Old market with lots of stalls and eateries. Not sure why called a floating market when the only few floating are the restaurants on the boats. all the stores are on land. They are building a new shed...  more »
  • A market with lots of fantastic and you want to buy. Probiotic bread necessary Various foods and restaurants, it offers a wide selection. Don't miss the must.
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  • We were a few days with family and have the chance to visit this market is also used. The selection both to the take as well as in the restaurants is gigantic. This market is so authentic and the daily supply of the local population. No tourist market with excessive prices. No rip-off. Of course, it's warm and where cooking is really hot. However - who is nearby should be on the way. It's worth. By the way is also a temple there, which can be seen directly.
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  • It was called floating market based on some restaurants are nearby river. But basically most of shops are on the ground. The problem that they fixed already is the parking area. But what they still maintain and do not fix is the walking path that was narrow and crowded and hot due to poor heat ventilation from grilling foods, frying fish. If you can force the sellers to step back into their shops, it would be excellent.
  • Okey its is a local market where you can buy cheap thing like clothes and souvenirs. Also nice to try Thai food for real. Dont forget to buy Thai Sweets they are many and very good indeed. The place is very tight and hot but nice to live like locals. Avoid weekends because too much crowded and dont forget to ride the boat its a nice journey and relaxing.
  • Do Wai Floating Market is yet an other typical Thai market. There you can find food shops, souvenir shops..but mostly its a place where the locals go to spend times on weekends, This place is not on the tourist map, so you don't see any tourist. It's a nice place to spend a few hours, though getting here could be challenging if you are not familiar with bus numbers...
  • Many people and small road. The foods are OK. I bought a full bag of naem at 150baht and has it all day with beer.
  • Good place,Good food