Damnoen Saduak Floating Market
The Top Floating Market To Shop From In Bangkok
Visit one of Thailand's largest and most well-known floating marketplaces, where merchants on boats sell regional cuisine and one-of-a-kind items, such as apparel and housewares. As you float down the narrow canals, sample the warm coconut pancakes, pad thai, boat noodles, and traditional mango sticky rice. Fresh fruits and veggies are also available here. Along the trip, be sure to observe the traditional wooden dwellings on stilts. Travel experts advise leaving early in the morning to avoid the heat and avoid the crowds.
Best time to visit: Anytime
Things to do: Shop for Souvenirs, Experience Shopping from Floating Market, Witness The Cultural Change, Watch How The Locals Shop
HOW TO REACH
- Flight - Suvarnabhumi Airport and Don Muang Airport, which are respectively located around 30 and 25 kilometers from the city center, are Bangkok's two main airports. The Suvarnabhumi Airport, which serves numerous local and international flights each day, is one of the busiest in Southeast Asia. The city is serviced by several direct flights from nearly all Asian and European nations. Bangkok, which has two international airports, is easily accessible from India by a number of direct flights. High frequency flights are operated by airlines like Air India, Air India Express, AirAsia, Jet Airways, Thai Airlines, and IndiGo from several Indian cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Ahmadabad, etc.
- Road - Taxis are freely accessible throughout Bangkok and can transport you to any of the nearby cities. Although the city's taxis are metered, make sure to confirm the fare before beginning the journey. But, taking a car to Bangkok is not a practical plan because one will waste a lot of time in traffic. The city is connected to the rest of the nation by three important highways: Phahonyothin Road, Sukhumvit Road, and Phetkasem Road.
- Rail - Chinatown is close to Hualamphong, the main train station in Bangkok. The station is easily accessible via the subway, which also connects Bangkok to every other place in the nation via its efficient train network.
HOW TO GET AROUND
- Local Bus - The most difficult and least expensive mode of transportation in Bangkok is via bus. Several routes exist, although they are all exclusively labelled in Thai. Also packed and frequently without air conditioning are buses. But in certain places, there isn't any other choice.
- BTS( Sky Train) - BTS is a simple way to travel between the city's major districts and Siam Plaza. The light green Sukhumvit Line and the dark green Silom Line are the two lines. In Siam (CEN), where both lines converge, you can change. If you want to buy BTS tickets from the vending machines, have some 5 or 10 baht coins on hand.
- MRT - While MRT is less popular with visitors than BTS, it is still a convenient way to get about Bangkok. The blue line and the purple line are the two lines in the MRT.
- Taxi - Metered taxis are a convenient, effective, and comfortable way to travel around Bangkok. Use just the metered cabs, please. You are being conned if the driver refuses to use the meter. Use taxi-sharing applications like Grab as well.