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One of the best and the most clean floating markets I’ve been to in Bangkok. Not too crowded, clean and selected by the selling goods (food and other stuff separated), also good quality products. Nice pleace to eat, small scene with live music and possibility...More
First off, we were over charged and did not realize it. It was 2000 bhat to rent a boat and we paid 4000 bhat. Even 2000 was too much.
The water is filthy with litter everywhere.
The boat driver takes you to stalls he prefers....More
My wife and I spent 8 days in Bangkok and Phuket, and going on a floating market tour is a MUST. This is an experience you will always remember, especially where you get to feed the fish and see them come out of the water,...More
A trip to Taling Chan Floating Market is worth if anyone is visiting in nearby tourist attractions. Although, Damnoen Saduak Floating Market is the largest one in Thailand. There were lots of stalls for selling souvenirs. Many peoples were cooking on boats. There was very...More
I came here around 4pm and still most food places and shops was open. I really like this small floating market. Amazing atmosphere, nice people and good activity.
Many food choices and different souvenirs and stuff to buy.
Small Floating Market but absolutely worth a...More
Went to the boat taxi port and got a private boat for the afternoon (3000baht) for two of us. After about a 45 minute trip on the river and through the locks and canals brought us to the market. We had a wonderful time walking...More
We went to the market on Sunday. It is definitely a tourist trap. Everything is over priced. Vendors love to haggle but do not want to lose the sale. It was an experience for sure. The small coconut pancakes made right in front of you...More
Prepare to be amazed that the Thai people have been doing this for centuries. Don’t be afraid to try different things. The papaya was so sweet. We bought spices, not as good or strong as the ones we bought Istanbul though
Take water taxi to last stop, Phanfa Leelard.
Follow Google Maps for the short (5 min) walk to bus stop route 79
Pay the conductor on the bus to Taling Chang Floating Market
From the market there are regular 1 hour boat trips to the...More
You can easily reach Taling Chan by taxi or train and take a boat cruise from there. you have option to join a bigger cruise which leaves regularly as the seats fill up or you can hire a smaller boat for yourself. I have no... More
You can easily reach Taling Chan by taxi or train and take a boat cruise from there. you have option to join a bigger cruise which leaves regularly as the seats fill up or you can hire a smaller boat for yourself. I have no idea about the bike tour