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It was basically a market with a few floating boats most of the vendors and food stations were on land. Good street food. Took a shared long boat on way to the market, then bus 79 out of market, pick up from in front on...More
We weren’t expecting much going to the markets - took taxi for 120b arrived at 8 hardly any tourists hired a boat - great trip for us w 2 kids no pressure, easy and got great glimpses of old times and life on the river....More
I have been to the big touristy one Damoen Saduak, and yes it is big and all, but truly a tourist trap. Far and expensive, only to get surrounded with Thai people trying to sell you souvenirs and overpriced fruits and vegetables.
I decided to...More
Important things first, if you expect a big floating market with dozens of boats, you will be disappointed. Taling Chan is more a regular market with the extra of 6-10 boats, selling food. Having said this, it is still a very nice place to go....More
To get here you can use bus No.79 for 17 baht or get a taxi for ~100-150 baht.
We came here to check out the floating market and expected to spend an hour, but instead stayed for five. This is a small market, but a...More
All taxi drivers in Bangkok had tried to convince us to go to Damnoen which is about 1.5 hrs drive from BKK depending on traffic. However I insisted going to Taling Chan which took us 30 mins and 160 Bhat to get there from our...More
We found our way to this floating market based on a recommendation. We were not disappointed. The atmosphere and general feeling of this market was refreshing. We had no expectations.. and were pleasantly surprised when we learned we could go on a long boat tour...More
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
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