Wat Takian Weekend Floating Market Tour
Nonthaburi(Tour starts from Bangkok)
experience the most fantastic weekend local floating market which bring you the test of Thai Food Culture and the most beautiful Boddhist temple in this area
Why this trip?
It is the real weekend floating market not far from Bangkok, where you can find a variety of Thai local Foods.
How local is it?
OTOP products which come from the original local people around here
What makes it unique?
Variety of local food products and the most interesting Buddha chapel in town
Things to prepare for the trip
sun protection lotion and umbrella
Meet up at BTS Station (Bang Wa)
after picking up I will take you the Wat Takian Floating Market, you will enjoy shopping for foods or touring around at the floating market.
the trip will last at about 2.00 pm and after that I will drop you off at Wutthakat BTS Station.
- Bang Wa
Booking & Review(20)
Great learning experience
We enjoyed our tour and meeting the local Thai people. Everyone was so nice. The foods and fruits tasted were delicious. The boat ride in the canals was awesome. Really enjoyed the lotus farm, orchids, Gac, sesame seed crackers w special toppings (yum) and the tractor ride! Great experience. Chai is awesome and very accommodating. He's our new cousin!
Fantastic tour & guide
We had a great day with Sakchai. It was fun, it was yummy (great food stops), we got to see real Thailand and met very nice Thai people. Everywhere the welcome was amazing. Sakchai is a great host, he explained a lot about Thailand & Thai people ... I would surely contact him again. Thank you Sakchai, it was great meeting you !!!
Real Thai Farms on a canal
Sakchai is a wonderfully personable guy who was always eager to let us spend time wherever we wanted to. The tour was a good insight into the sustainable farming effort of Royal Thai institutions.
The trip on the Mahusarat canal was more than worth the journey to get there and then each of the stops was equally exciting. We saw farming of lotus, gac fruit, orchid, pomelo and rice. The use of the various base foods into marketable products by the locals in the area was interesting to note.
We met wonderful people on the way.
All of the people were very hospitable offering us treats along the way.
I would highly recommend this tour to all.
Thank you Sakchai for a wonderful afternoon.