5 Must See Floating Markets in Thailand: The Beauty Of Diversity


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3. Khlong Lat Mayom

Located in southern Bangkok, Khlong Lat Mayom is probably one of my favorite market’s in Bangkok.

It’s like a garden oasis, full of green trees, cool shade, and it is in a much more relaxed environment than the two mentioned above.

Though there are plenty of shops and countless options for food, the market remains calm and low-key.

It’s a great place to unwind, and partake in a lovely meal on the edge of the canal.

Taling Chan Floating Market

Taling Chan Floating Market


4. Taling Chan

Taling Chan is famous for its fresh selection of roasted seafood.

If you show up on Saturday morning, you’ll see a bunch of tables filled with people devouring crab legs, huge roasted prawns and the all famous roasted snake head fish.

Bang Nam Phueng Floating Market

Bang Nam Phueng Floating Market

5. Bang Nam Phueng

Since floating markets are so popular throughout Bangkok, there are a few that have been recently set up to cater to the rising demand of people looking for leisure on the weekends.

Bang Nam Phueng is located in an area of Bangkok known as Phra Pradaeng.

It is a relatively new market that is yet another paradise for food lovers, and a relaxing place to walk around, take a boat, or just sit and enjoy the lush ambiance.

There's nothing as fresh and delicious as the fresh foods that are brought from the local region by hard working farm entrepreneurs.  

via:  Go Backpacking

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