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Take the Chao Phraya Express Boat and get off at N6, then turn left and walk straight till you see the flower market within a yellow building on your right. The flowers were cheap but limited in variety (mostly chrysanthemum, orchids, and roses). Unless you...More
I visited here during the day. I didn't find it that interesting. Lots of flower shop that's it, they all looked the same really. I would say don't put this at the top of the must see things. Nice I guess if you have spare...More
We arrived about 6pm and the flowers were arriving for tomorrow. Masses of orchids, carefully wrapped roses and many more beautiful flowers. Would have loved to buy some but we are travelling! Fascinating just walking through the market. Hardly any tourists when we went. The...More
The people at the market can be seen assembling floral arrangements with such dexterity and the fragrance from the flowers made it. Small wrist bands may be purchased plus - not into flowers myself but a great experience and being next to the river yet...More
I went during the day time and honestly didn’t find there anything worth writing about, now I’m reading that it comes to life at night but honestly I’m a little doubtful how much more alive this place can become? Yea it was nice but not...More
Lots of vendors, mostly doing wholesale, orchids, ceremonial bouquets and jasmine everywhere. Easiest to get to via boat, and it’s a couple minutes walk from the pier. Connects to a vegetable and spice market with many food stalls. Delicious sweet corn, grilled bananas and an...More
They say that the best time is at about 4 or 5 a.m. We've only been during the afternoon and early evening and there's always been plenty of flowers to see in the many stalls selling them. Personally, I think that there's an... More
They say that the best time is at about 4 or 5 a.m. We've only been during the afternoon and early evening and there's always been plenty of flowers to see in the many stalls selling them. Personally, I think that there's an advantage to going at a quieter time - you have more direct access to see the flowers without many people rushing around you making deliveries or trying to make their sales/purchases.