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Floating Markets in Bangkok : A Quirky Shopping Experience

Vinam Pachkhede Aug 31, 2019
Hop on a boat and explore Bangkok’s small canals. Get to know the Thai culture, cuisine, and the Chinese influence with Bangkok’s monuments.

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Amphawa

Taste helmet crab and ice cream sandwich at this second most famous market. In the evening ride catch a glimpse of fireflies.

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Khlong Lat Mayom

Savor the traditional Thai delicacies and get an ultimate experience of the Thai culture when in Khlong Lat Mayom.

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Bang Nam Pheung

Away from the urban hustle bustle, enjoy a calm weekend here. Pamper your taste buds with local Thai food like gag fruit, mahk.

Taling Chan

Local music and salt-crusted grilled fish is the best combo to try. Buy some Thai homemade decor at this busiest market.

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Damnoen Saduk

Treat yourself with coconut pancakes, noodles, and orchids at oldest and most famous market. It’s an authentic touristy spot.

Tha Kha

Comparatively compact and small, tourists visit this market mostly to grab a bite and stroll around.

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Wat Sai

The most pocket - friendly market. Visit the nearby monuments with a Chinese touch.
Visit the Thamnak Thong and Ho Klong (Drum Tower), residence of King Rama III, mural painting Sam Kok tale and jewel studded Buddha picture.

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Bang Noi

Buy best souvenirs and farm goods at this century-old market. Try out ‘Roti Tae Chiee,’ a Chinese dish available only here.

Muang Boran

Visit the ancient city park, a museum depicting five regions of Thailand. Later, enjoy the traditional food at the market.

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Koh Kret Island

Located on an artificial island made by digging a canal 300 years ago, the market is famous for the pottery products.

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Kwan-Riam

Held only on weekends and public holidays, the market serves full-fledged Thai meals.