Pickup from Bangkok
Free Hotel Pickup
Let's move a bit more slowly and use your five senses to absorb the natural atmosphere around you Cycling into a shady orchard, where you can discover the local culture and the way of life. We'll prepare home-cooked lunch for you using locally-sourced ingredients. Since you're in Samut Songkhram, you'll also get to visit the famous Maeklong Railway Market and Amphawa Floating Market.
History & Culture
Food & Drink
Sour Soup with Banana Stems
Maeklong Mackerel Chili Paste
Crispy Coconut Shell Curry
Khanom Sum Pun Nee Gluay (Thai Dessert from Banana Flour)
All menu items are subject to seasonal availability.
Please always inform your Local Expert of your food allergies and dietary restrictions.
Meet up at hotel lobby (in Bangkok area)
Arrive at Maeklong Railway Market. It's definitely unique. Why? Because there's a train running straight to it several times a day. You can stand close enough to touch, but better stay safe!
Lunch time! We'll eat home-cooked food made with local ingredients at Ban Bang Phlap Community. Let's lower our carbon footprint.
Experience the local way of life by visiting shady fruit orchards. Grab a bicycle and let's go for a ride through a scenic route. You can also make your own coconut sugar and try more activities.
Arrive at Amphawa Floating Market, where you can enjoy the lively local vibes with many kinds of food and souvenirs. Once you have had enough walking around, it's time to take a boat ride and explore the surrounding canals and rivers.
Go back to Bangkok
Vegetarian Food Available
Transportation fares are included.
Admission fees are included.
Meals are included.
More details about price conditions
Let's go for slow tourism! I invite you to avoid an “eat and run” kind of travel. Let's enjoy the luxury of taking the time to explore, to taste, to follow the rhythm of life of the place and open yourself to unforgettable sensations.
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October 22, 2018
Good insight to a local village and the work that they do
October 22, 2018