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If you’re anything like my girlfriend and I, you probably googled “too 5 floating markets” when looking for things to do in Bangkok. This one came up as number 2, so we decided to give it a go.
We left Bangkok around 11:30 did not...More
Really enjoyed the trip there. Went with my father and we booked a trip to Amphawa Floating Market. The floating market sells a lot of souvenirs and cheap seafood. The seafood is prepared on small boats lining the river and served on the deck.
Our host gave us tips for the market especially not to buy things whilst on the boat, for example a beer would cost 200 THB!
I would say this trip is ideal for the boat ride around the market and lots of photo opportunities but...More
This is the 2nd time we visited this place.
It seemed that it is not as busy as before and souvenirs are getting more expensive...
Still this is a great and colourful place for photography....
Other than that there isn't really anything new or to...More
The floating market once I got there was interesting. But it took so long to get there. I didn't know it was like a 2 hour taxi.
And they have the same merchandise that the night markets have.
Had I known I would have skipped...More
After a very fast van ride from Bangkok we arrived at Amphawa. The bus drops you off directly in front of the markets. We arrived on a Friday around 16:30 and found it was busy but not as crowded as I had expected. I was...More
The best tasting & cheapest fresh seafood you'll ever have!
Get the full experience by eating next to the river as boats drive by and breathe in the freshly grilled seafood with a bottle of Chang!
Come here hungry! This is a must! 10/10!
Response from alfredcsx | Reviewed this property |
Hi HuiminY4, my apologies for a tad late! You can take a train but that will require a little bit of exploring.. you can take the northbound train from Hua Hin (towards Hua Lamphong) and alight at Ratchaburi Station. Then... More
Hi HuiminY4, my apologies for a tad late! You can take a train but that will require a little bit of exploring.. you can take the northbound train from Hua Hin (towards Hua Lamphong) and alight at Ratchaburi Station. Then take a taxi.. which will cost you another $15 or so. The train journey is approximately 2 hours from Hua Hin, and the taxi transit would be another 30 minutes. Whether is it economical.. you have to do your math whether you're travelling in a group or just a couple. I agree with Bomchicka on the website which is actually very useful and like what Aditya suggested, hiring a driver/renting a car might make better economical and logistic sense. Cheers!