1 day: 90 USD/group (3,500 THB), 10 hr
Included: a guide, a private sedan car, fuel
Excluded: Food, admission fees. Please provide 150 THB/person for boat riding fee or 1,000 Bahts/boat with 8 seats. Or if you'd like to visit Siam Cultural Park, Wax Museum , the entrance fee is 300 THB/person.
Max traveller 4 persons, but if there are more we need to change vehicle to be van. The van price 10 seats 4500 THB/day/yourgroup.
Market open time: 8-12 AM. We must go early in the morning, because the market will be closed in the afternoon.
Damnoen Saduak floating market is the most popular floating market located 90 km and 2 hours by car from Bangkok. The main activity of this trip is walking in the market to taste some food and dessert, and boat riding (suggested in the morning to avoid hot sunshine) to see some beautiful temples, Thai houses, and trees along the river. The best time to visit is from 07:00 a.m - 11:00 a.m. The vendors, wearing traditional farmer dresses and hats, are mostly local peasants that bring in their things to sell on their rowing boats. On and along the canal, you can find delicious Thai food, wide variety of tropical fruits and vegetable and many colorful home-made products
07:00 Pick you up at your hotel in Bangkok.
09:30 Arrival at Damnoen Saduak
10:10 Boat riding 1.5-2 hours
13:00 Walking in the market again to see some interesting attractions.
14:00 Siam Cultural Park, Wax Museum, Umbrella Railway Market, or Elephant feeding or riding at Chang Puak Camp. Otherwise, Amphawa floating market is the other interesting one just 15 minutes or 10 kilometers nearby. You can tell our guide where you'd like to go.
17:00 Departure to your hotel.
Damnoen Saduak Canal, the name given to King Rama V was the longest dugout in the country. At the beginning of the reign of King Rama IV, more than a hundred year ago, it was planned to dig a canal connecting the Mae Klong River and the Tha Chin River. For the benefit of transportation and trade, Damnoen Saduak Canal, takes about 2 years to excavate from the end of the reign of King Rama IV. The reign of King Rama V is about 32 km long, with a little further about 200 canals floating Damnoen Saduak. In 1971-1973, the floating market of the canal was a very prosperous. Trade with fun. Today, there are tourists, but most are foreigners are interested to see the water trade and old village life dated to the past.