Drop a Pin! 5 Floating Market for chilling out

“Floating Market,” a conservation attraction where many people would like to spend their holidays and experience the simplicity and lifestyle of the waterfront, and relax with their family or their friends. Also, good cheap food all over the place. Today, ACU PAY will take you to 5 floating markets to chill out.

Taling Chan Floating Market.

The water market in downtown Bangkok, which retains its naturalness and lifestyle on the banks of the canal, is bustling with wholesalers who plead with tourists with sweet voices to shop both from a pontoon and the boat in the canals. There’s a lot of food and merchandise here, the atmosphere is still local, and the food is tasty in a local style. In addition, it is far from road pollution and there are rafts to enjoy delicious food by the cool breeze.

Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market

Another water market that is famous for its lively atmosphere. On opening day, we will see both Thai and foreign tourists coming here to harvest the old atmosphere of the market. The market is divided into two parts. The first is the classic old market zone and the new market zone for contemporary products. Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market is a real floating market. The simple atmosphere is truly a way of life for the villagers along the canal.

Ayothaya Floating Market

Ayodhya Floating Market is located at the same place as Ayothaya Elephant Village next to Wat Maheyong. It can be called the greatest Floating market in Ayutthaya. It’s an old-fashioned market with an ancient vibe. Not only does Ayodhya Floating Market have a nice corner to take pictures all day, but it also offers tourists a boat ride to experience another atmosphere that costs 20 baht per person.

Amphawa Floating Market, Samut Songkhram

Amphawa Floating Market is located near Amphawan Temple, Samut Songkram. It is also the first evening floating market in Thailand. The charm of houses along two sides of the canal maintains their originality and that is the reason why it is popular among tourists from all over the country. The atmosphere here is reminiscent of the classic in the past. There are also shopping carts on land and shops open for you to walk around leisurely, or you can sit and have a cup of coffee.

Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, Ratchaburi

The hundred-year-old market is another famous tourist attraction in Ratchaburi Province. Here it is still a picture of a floating market filled with row boats full of goods, merchants wearing Thai farmer’s hats and rowing their boats to sell things. This place is attractive to the eyes of both Thai and foreign tourists and also seems attractive to those who have come to see the lifestyle and trade in the floating market.

The floating market can be called a very attractive destination. Whether it’s food, lifestyle, art, and culture as well as sightseeing. It guarantees that if you go to the water market the first time, there must be the second and third times following.

related articles