Floating Markets and Thai way of living private tour from Bangkok- Ticket2Attraction
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Bangkok  - Floating Market and Thai way of living private tour from Bangkok

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A day trip to experience authentic Thai way of living outside Bangkok in Samut Songkhram province which is about 100 km. from Bangkok. This private tour with tour guide will takes you to see real local Thai lifestyle that you never experience before.

  • Tha Kha floating market: See green orchards, wooden Thai house, and non-touristic floating market that local people carry fresh fruits and vegetables and cook food on their boat.
  • Maekhlong railway market: Experience Thai train and see the railway market where a train passes through a busy market.
  • Amphawa floating market: Taste local food with local price and purchasing hand-crafted souvenirs made by the locals.
  • Wat Bangkung: Visit an attraction that is a photogenic and atmospheric combination of trees growing out of an old chapel.


For more information, please feel free to contact us on WhatsApp (+66)95-5048282


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08:30 hrs - 18:00 hrs



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This private tour takes you to 4 locations that are famous for their honest and vibrant kaleidoscope into Thai's way of life


Tha Kha floating market

One of the most intriguing market near Bangkok, this market is not as popular as the Damnoen Saduak floating market which is often sighted as a tourist trap. The Tha Kha floating market is perfect if you are looking for a genuinely local way of living of the Thai people.


 Tha Kha floating market 

Amphawa floating market

Famous for fresh seafood, the Amphawa floating market is favorited by the locals, with beautiful lights decorating, mouth-watering seafood grilling on the longtail boats of local vendors.

Amphawa floating market 


Maekhlong railway market

The Maekhlong railway market is unique for its system in which the vendors would set shops and sell right on the railway. When the train comes, watch as the vendors, hurriedly put away their belongings and produce to make way for the train.

Maekhlong railway market 

Wat Bangkung

Wat Bangkung is an ancient Buddhist monastery renowned for housing a big golden buddha statue in a hall that is taken by tree roots of 4 different types showing a natural spectacle.

Amphawa floating market 

This program is included hotel pick up in Bangkok. We suggest to book a hotel in Silom or Sathorn area.

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8:30 hrs.

Pick up at hotels. Depart for a non-touristic floating market, called Tha Kha Floating market where you can still see local people bring goods from their orchard to sell at the market by rowing a wooden boat.

10:00 hrs.

Arrive at the Tha Ka floating market. Enjoy taking a typical-wooden Thai boat (rowing boat) to see Thai way of living along the canal, passing coconut, cork tree, guava and etc. Visit a local Thai house to see how local people in Thai countryside live in their wooden house and orchard and to see how to make home-made palm sugar.

11:30 hrs.

Visit Wat Bangkung: a local temple where there is an old chapel dated from 18th century and the chapel has been covered with strangling tree. It is a photogenic and atmospheric combination of trees growing out of the ruins

12:30 hrs.

Lunch (Excluded) Visit Amphawa floating market that is well known among Thai tourist to spend their time on weekend. You can enjoy tasting local food, shop some hand-made souvenirs and taking pictures of local boats selling seafood and others on their boat.

14:30 hrs.

Visit the Maeklong market (The Railway market or called as Talad Rom Hoop in Thai) where a train pass by 8 times a day and 7 days a week. The sellers have to move their goods from the railway to give the railway back to the train 8 times a day. Take a short train ride that you can get an experience on Thai train while the train is passing the market.

16:00 hrs.

Return to Bangkok

18:00 hrs.

Arrive Bangkok and drop off at hotels



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