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Wat San Chao Floating Market

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Maria T wrote a review Mar 2021
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I love this place. Especially at the ศาลนที that have so much history. They even come to shooting TV show here. Market close at 17 PM
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Date of experience: March 2021
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Cambs traveller wrote a review Dec 2019
London, United Kingdom17 contributions4 helpful votes
Suggest arriving by boat. Not a huge market and one designed for locals so no tourist tat on sale (suited us fine). Recommend walking along the river facing jetties which have some beautiful old wooden home/stores in the old Chinese trading house type mould. We bought a pile of various green veg that we had not seen before and took it back to our hotel, who happily cooked it for us. Over the pretty bridge and at the other end of the market there was a museum in a beautiful old building. Sadly it was closed when we were there.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Robert R wrote a review Jul 2019
Farnham, United Kingdom20 contributions2 helpful votes
Very crowded - boats so close you could walk along the canal from one end to the other but the clamour of the traders and other tourists make it an experience not to be missed.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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เพิ่มยศ เ wrote a review Apr 2018
Bangkok, Thailand762 contributions19 helpful votes
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I actually went to the temple not a floating market itself. I think they are in the same area. I visited the temple to pay respect to the master "Ajarn Ah Pae Rong Si Ngow Kim Koi". Ajarn Ngow Kim Koy (Pae Rong Si)'s stature is in the temple. He is a Chinese immigrant lived in Patum Thani province near Bangkok (1-2 hours drive from Bangkok). Ajarn Ah Pae was a highly Revered Ajarn of his Era, whose blessings were famed for their success in bringing businesses to flourish.The power of the image of Ajarn Ah Pae is famous for being able to banish and chase away ghosts and demons. This is Thai-Chinese's believe. If you like supernatural things, you might want to visit the temple. For food, I think it is cheap and average quality. Foreigners might find it is difficult because language barrier.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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Hout S wrote a review Jul 2017
Bangkok, Thailand4 contributions1 helpful vote
You can find all kinds of local, mixed between Thai and Chinese food, average cleanliness, local price. It's not a tourist destination.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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