Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, Maeklong Railway Market and Boat Ride
Ratchaburi(Tour starts from Bangkok)
Damnoen Saduak is one of the most famous floating markets in Thailand. Have you ever seen a traditional Thai house in the countryside before? We will visit the local community, old temple and study of boiling sugar.
Why this trip?
If you're in Bangkok and would like to spend a day exploring local cultures in this small town nearby this trip will be your perfect fit.
Things to prepare for the trip
Meet up at our meeting point
- Airport (Don Mueang International Airport, Suvarnabhumi Airport)
- BTS Station (Bang Na)
- Hotel lobby (in Bangkok area)
Reach our first stop at "Umbrella Train Market", the fresh market where meats, vegetables, and fruits are sold right by the railway and the shoppers need to walk on a 1 meter wide railway. The train will pass through the market at 8.30 in the morning.
Visit Damnoen Saduak floating market and take a long-tailed boat along the canal to observe the local liveliness of the market. See the traditional Thai home style, buy fruits or food in the boat.
Ride a long-tailed boat in the canal to see the nature, local living and traditional sugar-making.
We will go to the Elephant camp. Here you can feed the elephants (elephants meal is included in the trip.) If you want to ride an elephant, you have to pay 600 baht for 30 minutes ride.
Visit some temples (depend on how much time you take to walk around each temple)
Return to Bangkok.
- Don Mueang International Airport
- Suvarnabhumi Airport
- Bang Na
- Hotel Pickup in Bangkok Area
Booking & Review(75)
I am glad that I decided to go on this tour. Arnon is very knowledgeable about the history of Ayutthaya. It was a great learning experience.
Superb! Highly Recommended
We've been to Thailand many , many times but Arnon's tour took us to places we've never seen and gave us foods we've never tried. An excellent way to spend the day. The quiet Tha Kha market is a very different experience to Damnoen Sunawak and Amphawa and the coconut sugar production was fascinating. Hitting Maeklong for train time, the temple in the tree, it was all good and Arnon looked after us really well. ( encouraging us to try local dishes and helping us orger was great, and don't miss the coffee!) A good car with 3 proper seat belts in the back was good too ( we are a family of 4). A highlight for sure, must do! We've done Amphawa before, it's so much easier getting down there by private car than by bus,
Fantastic,fabulous and entertained.
The guider Arnon (non ) is friendly,helpful and comfortable.I enjoy my whole day trip.