The Asia - Damnoen Saduak Floating Market Tour - Bangkok
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Damnoen Saduak Floating Market

Departure : Bangkok

Tour Type

Private Tour


Half day tour

Available day


Damnoen Saduak Floating Maket: Located in Ratchaburi Province about 55 km southwest of Bangkok, this unique traditional old Thai style floating market is the kind that any tourists would love to experience.  A true floating market of Thailand, you will get to see authentic Thai villagers selling their items and products in an old Thai style long tail boat. Hundreds of boats float along the canal selling a variety of authentic Thais hand crafted goods and foods such as exotic fruits, vegetables, and handmade trinkets and gifts.  It will truly make you feel what it was like for Thais to live and appreciate their cultural heritage. 

Maeklong Railway Market: Located in Samut Songkhram Province about 70 km southwest from the outskirts of Bangkok close to the Maeklong Railway Station, this market has everything that we’ve come to know and love about Thai markets. With its vast stalls full of different variety of exotic fruits, vegetables, meats, seafood, as well as sweet desserts, clothing, and beautiful flowers. Maeklong Railway Market is the old style market that is truly unique because the market is located right on top of the train tracks. When the train is running through the market, all vendors will quickly pack their goods and prepare to close their awning and move from the train track as the train passes by. Once the train is gone, the market stalls are re-erected in less than a minute back on the tracks again and its business as usual. They get a charming little bell alarm to warn them of the coming train with a few minutes for the vendors to move their carts or stalls. To the locals this market is called “Talat Rom Hoop” which translates to “Market Umbrella Close”. The train runs through the market 3 times a day, every day. You must see this remarkable market for yourself. ​

Wat Bang Kung is a temple erected during the Ayutthaya-era that sits along the Mae Khlong River just north of Amphawa. It is famous for being the temple that is completely encased by the roots and branches of Banyan trees. The temple’s thick stone-walled ordination hall is quite small, but it appears larger than it actually is thanks to the banyans that have risen up around it. The thick roots and branches of the three different kinds of Banyan have snaked through the windows, making it difficult to recognize any structure at all. Also called “Bot Prok Po” this Temple was also used as a naval fort for King Taksin, the site of a fierce 18th century battle between Siam and invaders from Burma.  This site was then abandoned for almost 200 years. It was later redeveloped by the Ministry of Education. Inside the heart of the compound there is an ordination hall made of bricks and mortar while the entire outside is completely covered by Banyan tree and roots. Since the temple is related to the war during the 

Ayutthaya period, the temple has exhibits of Muay Thai Statues and puts on the "Gra-bee-Gra-bong" show which means “the Old Thai style sword fighting”. Today Wat Bang Kung still serves as a Buddhist temple for locals to worship in as well as a memorial to honor past warriors for their heroism.

Additional information
Extend tour and Drop off Information
- After finishing the tour, Drop-off point depends on the guest.
- For extended tour time, it will be cost extra 200 Baht/Hr. for a car, 300 Baht/Hr. for a van or an innova. 
Drop-off point: Suvarnabhumi airport, Don Mueang Airport. The price is added 200 Baht. for a car, 300 Baht. for a van or innova. (unlimited No. of people)
Drop-off point: Hotel in Pattaya. The price is added 1000Baht for a car, 1500 Baht for an innova and 1800 Baht for a van. (unlimited No. of people)
Please inform your drop off place directly to the driver.
For an additional charge customer can pay directly to the driver. 


Tour Type: Private Tour
Duration: Half day tour
Available day: Everyday
Meeting Time: 8:00
Meeting Point: Your hotel lobby

The Driver is not a Guide. His duty is to take guests to their destination and provide the tickets.
Riding an elephant will add 400 Baht per person (Children 300 Baht per person)




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Time Place
8:00 Meet in the Hotel Lobby
9:45 Damnoen Saduak Floating
11:30 Market Maeklong Railway Market
12:00 Wat Bang Kung
14:30 Drop-Off Point - Per Guest’s request
41.59 USD
31.99 USD

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I have to say that the service provided was awesome. The driver was on time and very nice. He provided everything to 100%. He was on time and made sure we did everything in our packet.

  March 2017

Petr Vyrupayev



A fascinationg day out

This is very unique! Anyone who visits Bangkok definitely needs to see at least one of the floating markets. This was an interesting sightseeing trip riding in a small boat in the Thai canals and a bit of a tourist trap.

  September 2016

Giuseppe Elefante



Tourist Trap but worth the experience :)

An experience not to be missed on a trip to Bangkok. Well worth the long drive to the market.

  December 2015

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