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Famous for its tourist-friendly floating markets, Damnoen Saduak is the one you’ll find in the tourist literature on Thailand. Bring your camera along to witness the river packed with wooden boats overflowing with fruit and vegetables, which they...more
Got the package for 2 boat around the market and to see the Karen long neck village for our big family, they only took us around the market and ask us to go back to our driver (that we hired for a day ourself) to...More
Way too far out of Bangkok to be worth the trip. Basic river boat tour is 2000 baht per person (Absolutely ridiculous for Thailand). Everything you are able to buy is overpriced and garbage quality. For example, a beer is 200 baht and they do...More
We took a day tour from hua hin, this floating market was one of the spot to be visit. I thought it would be a floating market at the riverside , but i got it wrong! It's definitely a tourist trap. We've been travelled 2...More
We took a private tour from our hotel (Shangri-La) at a cost of 3000 THB per person.
We were collected from the hotel at 7:30am by a very nice guide who was very informative with good English.
The travel time to the market from Bangkok...More
The moment you arrive, you realize that you have paid money to visit a tourist trap. All vendors (floating and non floating) are selling the exact same cheap and low quality products. This floating market is for tourists only, there are no locals and no...More
We traveled about an hour from the downtown area of Bangkok.
Basically, we were in a large boat paddled by a local going down a waterway with vendors on all sides plus small boats of locals selling coconut ice cream. We did purchase the coconut...More
Don't think I've ever been to a floating market so was glad to see one, but not being much of a shopper of trinkets and things 1 hour was plenty of time for me. I walked around vs using a boat, bought some coconut water,...More
We got a cool piece of art because we collect Elephant paintings for our home and paid a price for it even after bargaining for a good price. The entire place is just a giant touristic attraction, and if I could do it again for...More
This was interesting. Most of the vendors are all selling the same thing, so the price was pretty consistent. Our boat driver just drove around and if he saw that we were interested in something he stopped and let us look. It is quite a...More
It depends what you mean by disabled friendly. If you mean, is their wheelchair access to all parts of the floating market than no. But it’s thaikamd and people are helpful and kind so maybe they could help you access... More
It depends what you mean by disabled friendly. If you mean, is their wheelchair access to all parts of the floating market than no. But it’s thaikamd and people are helpful and kind so maybe they could help you access something a different way. If you hire a guide then this would be helpful as they could talk in the native tongue
The ride is approximately ariund 15-20 minutes, you may get off and on at certain check point or outlet to purchase or to have a view on the items or product sold but not to linger around for a long time and ofcourse you... More
The ride is approximately ariund 15-20 minutes, you may get off and on at certain check point or outlet to purchase or to have a view on the items or product sold but not to linger around for a long time and ofcourse you need to discuss it with the boat owner first.