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Khao Yai Floating Market

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I’d float straight past this

So what might have been a nice stroll along a bit of water becomes an exercise in walking by stalls... read more

Reviewed 13 May 2018
LondonBlinker
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Bristol, United Kingdom
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A waste of time

Starving and emaciated animals in a small and poor zoo. I felt pity for them. The government should... read more

Reviewed 6 May 2017
Wolfgang P
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May 12, 2018
“I’d float straight past this ”
Jan 12, 2018
“Haunted market”
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Reviewed 13 May 2018 via mobile

So what might have been a nice stroll along a bit of water becomes an exercise in walking by stalls trying to sell you stuff or food to eat. A bit like a rustic shopping mall. Might work for some but I was bored stupid.

Thank LondonBlinker
Reviewed 13 January 2018 via mobile

Please do not go!!! The market was so dirty and smelly place. They opened only 3-4 shops on the day that we have gone, the rest were closed. Such a waste if time!!!! At the entrance we paid THB 100 each person including with 1...More

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Reviewed 6 May 2017 via mobile

Starving and emaciated animals in a small and poor zoo. I felt pity for them. The government should close that business and rescue those creatures. You pay 100 Baht entrance fee for nothing. The garden area looks messy and untidy. We didn't see a boat...More

2  Thank Wolfgang P
Reviewed 9 April 2017 via mobile

Warning!!! Ripoff!! Nothing to see!! All shop closed and cost 100 bath! To go in!!! Sad to see animals so hungry and to many in smallspace.

2  Thank Nike63
Reviewed 2 January 2017 via mobile

Almost all floating market in Thailand are free entry. So surprised this is the first floating market that we have to pay for visit. 100baht per person. Staffs presents there are so many shops inside and many animal shows. I don't think it is worth...More

1  Thank Mollymoon_26
Reviewed 9 December 2016

My wife, a Thai, loves floating Markets so we were at some pains to see this place with its many direction signs throughout Prachinburi and Ratchasima provinces. The superlatives attaching to what we ultimately found cannot be under-stated. Far from a 'floating' market it was...More

3  Thank tonyredrup
Reviewed 21 February 2016

Firatly I really don't like writing poor reviews. I believe that people genuinely try to present their wares in the best possible light. Having said that I am sure there was time when these floating markets were really something and worth the time and effort...More

2  Thank Graham D
Reviewed 27 January 2016

Stopped there as we wanted something to eat.....asked to pay 100baht each (to shop and eat???). We declined. Some people were just coming out and we discussed with them. They also said don't bother' as most stalls were closed and not nice.

Thank Graham P
Reviewed 30 December 2015

There is a mini zoo, mini garden, mini market ... in this floating market. There is a highlight in here too, an imported huge fish from the Amazon in the pond surrounded by the floating market. Car is needed to access this floating market though.

Thank Knight298570
Reviewed 16 November 2015 via mobile

We were driving around Khao Yai and chance upon on this so called floating market . Strong word of advise don't waste time visiting there's nothing to Look at . There's more things to do around Khao Yai

1  Thank Nick C
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