This relatively new floating market is now looking established. We stopped here for pork satay on a... read more
Sometimes we stop off, on our way out of Bangkok, especially if the traffic has been heavy. We stopped at about 11am on a Monday. it was very quiet. Hot BBQ pork satay and noodles were OK. There is a new 3D trompe l'oeil exhibit. It was very small inside and my wife thought it not worth the admission fee (which I forget, but I think 300B for 2 adults and 2 children). Photos taken of the kids posing came out OK , but the quality of the paintings were not up to the same quality as some others we have seen in Thailand. There is also a new small water park with slides.MoreShow less
This relatively new floating market is now looking established. We stopped here for pork satay on a long road trip out of Bangkok. At weekends there is a stage show of traditional dancing and singing. If you are looking for a real floating market check out the ones in Bangkok.