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Really didn’t like this place. Very touristy. We told our boat driver to take us back so we could get off. Terrible. Glad we were strong a said we’d only do the 1 hour tour but even at that it was outrageously expensive at 1500...More
Absolutely horrible tourist trap with sky-high prices and really nothing to see. 3000 THB if you want to see the "small market", and 4000 THB if you wanna see the whole thing. Seriously, do NOT spend your money on this crap! The items they're selling...More
All the boats were crashing into each other so it was a boat jam! But our guide found an unclouded canal which was better. The market didn’t sell anything unusual. So an interesting experience wTching other tourists taking selfies,
This market is by far the worst i might have been to. Its still off season but crowded as a superbowl Stadium. The people are nagging&touching you to buy their overpriced food&conehats. And seeing drugged up snakes&lemurs was not exiting at all-much rather heartbreaking. I...More
Don manora floating market is the one most nearby the city. Even it still take you around 2 hours by car.
That is a good place to go to experience the local people life style.
Imagine when you on boat you still can get you...More
This place is a tourist hell hole. 2000 baht for a boat to go on the floating market which is only partially floating and the rest in tin shacks. Nothing original about it at all with stall after stall selling naff items that no one...More
We went first to the train market then a taxi to the floating market it's worth going on a boat trip around the area which was a lovely way to see another side of the area. You need to stay until l the early evening...More