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Experience authentic Thai life on an Amphawa Floating Market tour including a trip to Maeklong Railway Market. Explore the bustling Floating Market on the canals and feel the adrenaline of the sellers as trains pass right through the Train Market!
- Explore the Unique Floating market while browsing for bargains!
- Savour tasty snacks and spicy Thai favourites by the waterfront.
- Marvel as a Thai train passes precariously through Maeklong Railway Market!
- Glide along the canal by boat at twilight and glimpse brightly coloured fireflies.
- Hotel pickup and drop-off in central Bangkok included in the tour
Pick up at Central Hotels in Bangkok; Sukhumvit soi 1-24, Sathorn, Silom.
Please confirm upon booking.
Amphawa Floating Market is an afternoon market open only on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 12.00 midday to 20.00
What you need to bring
- English (Fluent)
- ไทย (Fluent)
beautiful old temples
The old temple ruins was really beautiful
It was easy to be picked up and dropped off and the pick up was right on time :)
The guide was not really good at english and the lunch was a boring buffet.
the better floating market
tried damnoen saduak last time in bangkok and enjoyed it, but wanted to try a different one this time. 2 hours away from bangkok - but its a less touristy (although still quite a few tourists) vibe and seems more authentic than damnoen. voyagin provided great service and guides too. - thanks guys!
great value and good site
train market is very unique and floating market better than dameoen saduk market. convenient way to book and travel.
nice day trip!
its a little far out but totally worth it! - voyagin send out the confirmation in fairly quickly and guide was top notch! loved the train market - what a blast!
Thank you voyagin for able to manage us to join the trip even we book at the very late evening. We have a very good time
nice place to spend your day at and many interesting stuff to see.
very live and busy market and delicious food.
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