The floating market is also one of the attractions for tourists visiting Thailand. Here you can not only buy souvenirs, but also taste good culinary.

You can shop the style of local residents when visiting the floating market. Moreover, the market is an exciting place to understand a local culture. Before that you also definitely need a place to stay in Bangkok, Hotel Sukhumvit Soi 11 is the right choice to rest after shopping.

Here are 7 recommendations for floating markets in Thailand that are interesting to visit, as reported by detikTravel from various sources:

Damnoen Saduak Floating Market

Floating Market Damnoen Saduak Market is one of the best floating markets in Thailand. This is the oldest floating market in Bangkok that has been established since 1866.

Frequently visited by tourists, the location of Damnoen Saduak is about 110 km from downtown Bangkok. Here you can find many local fruit sellers, food, clothing, and souvenirs.

The price offered in this market is quite expensive. The price of goods here ranges from 200-800 Bath But it is negotiable!

Amphawa Floating Market

Amphawa Floating Market is in Amphawa, Samut Songkhram Province, Thailand. If you want to come here from the city center it takes about 1-2 hours or 50 km from the city center.

This floating market has been around for 50 years. This market is open every day starting at 8:00 to 18:00 local time. You can see many sellers rowing while peddling their wares.

There are also those who cook on the boat. Besides food, this floating market also offers souvenirs that tourists buy for souvenirs. For culinary, the average product sold is seafood.

Talin Chan Floating Market

This floating market is very close to the center of Bangkok. About a distance of only about 12 km. Although smaller than Damnoen Saduak and Amphawa, Thalin Chan Market is also interesting to visit.

Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market

Khlong Lat Mayom floating market is only 15 km from downtown Bangkok. In this market you are more able to interact with the surrounding community.

Not only buying goods. The visitors can down the river by boat and can visit the villages of the residents there. Do you want to taste the traditional food? Immediately, the taste of Gai Galae, Pla Pao to Mungben Noodle.

Bang Nam Pheung Floating Market

Bang Nam Pheung Floating Market is also called the riverside market. This is because along the banks of the river many shops or stalls are permanent.

Although not too large, this market is easily accessible and has many traditional food sellers. If you want to taste delicious Thai culinary, just stop by here. The distance is 20 km from downtown Bangkok.

By Njord