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Tour Code: FT-01A
Overview: visit world famous floating market, Damneonsaduak Floating Market. Visit homemade coconut sugar factory. Enjoy the scenery of locals living both sides of the canals. Don’t miss yummy /spicy noodles on boat.
Duration: Half day morning
Meet you at our meeting point
Meet up at meeting point at 6.30 am
06.30 am sharp! meet at our meeting near Chong Nonsi BTS (Sky train) station (will provide you information how to go there upon confirmation)
Note: please be at meeting point on time because you will meet the train.
Pick up from your hotel
6.00 am pick up from your hotel depends on your hotel location (will advise exact pick up time upon confirmation).
Heading south west to Mae Klong, a fisherman town. Experience the market’s uniqueness as the rails run right through the local wet market, known as Mae Klong Train Market
The world famous Damnoen Sadauk Floating Market, one of the few original Floating Markets in Thailand. It is located in Ratchaburi province, 110 km south–west of Bangkok.
Visit a Thai farmer house which is also a Coconut Sugar Factory. Learn how the Thais make sugar out of coconut. Coconut is used in Thai cooking and household equipment.
Continue the journey to the authentic floating market. Back to the traditional life style, sit back and relax on a private long tail boat (Gondola Thailand) which will take you along the canal, enjoy the greenery view of coconut and various kind of fruit plantations and witness the farmer life style. Soon you get to the busy authentic floating market.
Enjoy trying different kinds of fresh tropical fruits, noodles, coconut drinks etc. at the market.
Approx. 1 p.m. arrive back hotel, depends on traffic.
No Optional tours available.
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