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All reviews floating market the river sit down local food plenty of food an option boat ride day trip taxi driver back home pancakes fresh organic vegetables recommended dishes two hours walk around hidden gem food items
This is the Thai version of our European Farmer's market. Tons of fresh product and delicious dishes. Nice set up, not to crowded, with nice common area in teak wood. prices are absolutely local. Very popular with the locals, but almost no tourists
Got lost for about an hour trying to find this place but it was SO worth it. High quality products for extremely reasonable prices. Everything from children’s board games to hipster t shirts to tiny dollhouse food to actual steaming hot street food... this market...More
If you feel the city is just too much, this is the perfect getaway. A short ferry ride will bring you to the pier where you can rent bikes. They actually have a deal of ferry + bikes at a very low price. Our son...More
We went to this local market and natural open space area to ride bikes, based on hearing about that from different people and local sources. It didn't work out. My daughter is 4 and they don't rent bikes with training wheels, so my son (9)...More
Fun times. The caves were fun to see and our little rower was very fun. We bought her a snack. Very slow and relaxing boat ride. I finally saw a floating market the way it should look. Had to wear a life vest but we...More
The market is very organized yet not highly commercialized market. The overall feeling is very comfortable. The tees are like half the price of the other night markets in Bangkok. You get to see different local food and snacks.
Getting there by cab is easiest...More
A good experience all round. Be careful what you pay for it though we heard of people paying 4000bhat. There’s no need to spend more than hr 1-2 and we payed 1500 bhat for five of us. There is some sales pitching as you travel...More
Take time to walk around and is worth walking down the market to eat and drink. Take your time down the market and you may buy the jelly which need queue number to get order . Is make on the spot buy only if you...More
Bang Nam Pheung, a small floating market that is not too crowded & where there are more locals then tourist here. You can hire a bicycle to get around which is quite an adventure navigating around the place, however I do enjoyed it a lot....More
Hi, Jon, there's no ferry go directly from Khaosan to Bang Nam Phueng market. The best and fastest way (not worried about traffic jam) is to take the BTS to the Bang Na station. And then take the taxi to the Bang Nahmpueng... More
Hi, Jon, there's no ferry go directly from Khaosan to Bang Nam Phueng market. The best and fastest way (not worried about traffic jam) is to take the BTS to the Bang Na station. And then take the taxi to the Bang Nahmpueng Pier for less then 50 baht or take the songthaew to the Pier less then 10 baht. At the Pier, take the Ferry to cross the river. And then enjoy your day at the market.