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It seems to be a market just for tourists, but interesting none the less. The tour we booked was reletively expensive for Thailand and it DID NOT include the boat ride in the market (it included a short boat ride to the market, which was...More
If you have your own transportation, a visit to the huge, local Lam Phaya floating market is a good idea. There are many floating foodstalls and some little rowing boats, selling all kinds of Thai food and local delicacies. Ashore are more stalls selling local...More
The Lampaya Floating market is relatively close to Bangkok (about an hour by car), but very few tourists visit. It's difficult to find, but the drive through the agricultural fields and wetlands to reach the market is well worth the time and effort.
Not so far from Bangkok, if you live in the heart of the Bangkok it would take not more than 2 hours to arrive.
The market isn't so big compare to some other popular floating market. Do no expect to see people selling food or...More
We love to go to this market regularly. We like the friendly atmosphere: fresh vegetables and fruit and delicious thai food. And at a very friendly price. If you have time dont forget to make a ride on the boat on the Cheen River.
Lampaya floating market is a nice small market outside Nakhon Pathom. The market offers mainly various original Thai food products. Most Thai visitors and not many tourists. There is large parking site outside the market. From the market you can take a nice 2 hour...More
We did enjoy the unique boat ride to the floating market. This type of markets has been slowly disappeared in Thailand so we had to go so far from Bangkok to here. We didn't buy anything there because there is nothing there we can't get...More
One of a few authentic Thai Floating Market left worth a day visit. However, it's quite far from Bangkok and it's in a remote area of Nakorn Pathom. I'd never found it if there was no signs along the route. It would also be hard...More
Came with a local friend on Friday 26th Dec afternoon. It was quiet and rather "peaceful" away from all other tourists. More of a market place for locals. You should try out its popular fruits, duck noodles, deserts etc.
There is no entrance fees like...More