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Picked this one as it seemed to be a more local and less touristic market. It was about 20 Min drive from Khao San Road with a Grab costing about 180 baht.
I arrived at 8:30am on a Sunday and I highly recommend getting there...More
My wife and I went to the market yesterday, and walked away happy. I should mention first and foremost that this is definitely a morning activity. We arrived a little after 2pm and you could tell the energy wasn't there. Some stalls had sold their...More
After a lot of research on floating markets, we chose this because of it's proximity to our hotel and less "touristy" feel. It's mostly on solid ground but it was a charming adventure. We tried all the food we possibly could, each dish more delicious...More
we visited the market late June and found the market had lots of fruits, many we had not seen in the city. after the cab ride to the market drinking coconut water right out of a coconut was sooo cooling!
the market had various different...More
This was a culinary delight that takes a little effort to get to. The market is only open on the weekends and we got there around 8:30am and it was just getting started. We had so many good food that its hard to tell them...More
We had a great day today walking around sampling Thai foods. We tried bbq pork skewers, pork and beef meatball skewers with an egg inside, chicken pad Thai, snails on a skewer, squid skewers (do not recommend), chicken skewers, mushroom skewers, Thai sugar coated lollies,...More
We spent a wonderful day at the market and stayed from noon until closing time. The market was very busy when we arrived so it's probably better to show up in the morning. By 5pm most of the stalls were pretty much closed. We definitely...More
We had booked with a company online who picked us up from our hotel and drove us to the floating markets. It was a lovely warm day and the market was not very busy. Food and clothing is available at the market on ground. Souvenir...More
I only went to the one and that was enough. As in most “markets” we experienced in Thailand, they are selling mostly junk and trinkets and local food of questionable sanitation. Not sure if kids would enjoy
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