Walk into the enchanting floating market world of Thailand. And if you want to know the best of the lot to visit, read on!
Damnoen Saduak Floating Market
The iconic Damnoen Saduak Floating Market is located just outside Bangkok. You have to get on board a longtail boat and cruise through the busy canals, surrounded by vendors selling fresh fruits, veggies, handicrafts, and mouthwatering street food. Pretty much anything you can crave on a journey such as this, you can find it here!
Amphawa Floating Market
If you want to experience a more traditional and laid-back floating market experience and are staying at Anantara Hotels & Resorts properties or at similar properties thanks to luxury hotel packages, head to the Amphawa market on water. Located in a quaint little canal town, this market opens later in the afternoon and gives you a lovely view of wooden houses on stilts lining the waterways as you cruise through it.
Taling Chan Floating Market
If you want to get away from the tourist crowds and experience the local vibe, all you need to do is head to Taling Chan Floating Market. Located on the outskirts of Bangkok, this market gives you an authentic experience combined with a rustic charm. A wide range of fresh produce, local handicrafts, and more can be found here.
Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market
This is a hidden gem among Thailand’s floating markets and is at Khlong Lat Mayom. Known for its authenticity and tranquil ambience, this market offers a glimpse into local life along the canals.