Used to be a water world, Bangkok was lovely called “Venice of the East”. Joining in the Bangkok shore excursions, you can be anchored by the winding Chao Praya River at a very heart of the city, Bangkok’s dense network of canals is home to houseboats, transportation, as well as sewage for the city, and it makes floating markets become the touristy spots. Among the liveliest floating market in Thailand, the Damnoen Saduak is the most renowned. Great photos, tempting dishes, and a true perspective on a bygone way of Thai people ahead. Although supermarket, malls could meet all your needs, floating market in Thailand will give you another experience, more Thai more exotic.
Found in Ratchaburi province, about 100 kilometers southwest of the city, the bustling floating market is at best in the early morning with everything tourists would expect it to be. It is noted for clusters of long-tail boats, various exotic fruit, vegetables and trinkets, friendly locals hawking goods. Hectic pace oozes along the canal.
An exuberant and vividly colorful scene offers loads of awesome photo chance, and let’s sample local foods here. Happy shore trips!