Experience the original Thai Culture, Tradition & Food at the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market on a day trip from Bangkok.
Damnoen Saduak is a town about 105 kilometers east of Bangkok. The region is known for grape Malacca, grapefruit from China, mangoes, bananas, and coconut.
Hundreds of sellers and buyers floating in their tiny rowing boats selling and purchasing or exchanging their products regularly crowd the floating market.
What they buy are meat, fruit, and vegetables that are mostly carried from their own orchards. Usually, they are traveling on their tiny rowing boats. Cruise through the tight canals and marshes in long-tailed speedboats. Witnesses selling local Thai products in traditional Thailand give you a glimpse of everyday life!
Our skilled English-speaking guide will guide you throughout the journey.
We bring you to the village of Damnoen Saduak in a comfortable air-conditioned car. You can see the market from the platform once you are on the market. On the market, you can even hire a personal ship to see the market freely (at an extra price). The trip runs early in the morning as witnessing the market in the complete swing is the best time.
Here you will enjoy the peaceful serenity and the beautiful colors of all the tropical fruits!
- 07:00 am Pick up from Hotel in Bangkok.
- 08:30 am Arrive at the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market by Longtail boat while enjoying the scenery of Rural Life. At the market, you can see numerous vendors selling local foods, fruits, and products on rowing boats. You are free to explore the market around.
- 08:45 am-11:30 am: Afterwards, experience a thrilling long-tailed boat ride out of the floating market and journey along the winding canals to see remote villages, gardens, and plantations
- 12:00 pm – Arrive at a jetty pier where you board on the vehicle and your way back to Bangkok.
- Approx 2:00 pm Arrive in Bangkok and transfer to your hotel.
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Last Updated on May 13, 2022 by Tours Editor @ gotravelyourself.com