Not easy to find your own way to travel outside Bangkok .We are offered special experience to you visit famous train market by riding a train through the famous Mea Klong train station and get you a special ringside seat to take a photo of the train, To show your friend and family. At the floating market you will get a charge to take a boat and select thing to eat on the padle boat without worry fee. Everything are arrage by our professional guide with small group.
...Damnoen Saduak Floating Market. It’s the most famous floating market where is close to Bangkok. You can see the old Thai commerce in the past and explore the floating market. Many local vendors wearing a tradition hat and sell their products by their boats. You can buy a food and souvenirs from them. Don't miss it when you come to Thailand!....Maeklong Railway Market or the Talad Rom-Hoop. It is a long time well-known amazing Maeklong fresh market which sets along sides of the railroad. There are trains passing through about right times a day. When a train is coming, those vendors will close their awnings to make rooms for the train passing it is amazing market and very exciting while a train is running through.
The Mae Klong train market, or Talat Rom Hoop as it is known among locals, started in 1984 as a local market selling seafood, poultry, spices, vegetables and more on the train tracks. The vendors pull their tables to the sides to let the train pass and then returns to business as usual. We continue to Damnoen saduak floating market, a colorful canal market where boats are filled with fresh, tropical fruits and vegetables that come straight from the farmlands on a daily basis. In the afternoon explore the small streets and alleys of Bangkok's China town and continue to the flowermarket, or Pak Khlong Talad, a (wholesale) market area for flowers, herbs and spices.
Meet a small group of people at the meeting point in downtown Bangkok by 6:30 AM and board an air-conditioned van and drive about 45 minutes to Ban Na Kwang train station to take a local train to Maeklong Railway Market. Wonder at the intricacies of this markets workings & people. This market is nicknamed Talat Rom Hup in Thai which means the "umbrella pulldown market". It is one of the largest fresh seafood markets in Thailand, & is centered on the Maeklong Railway's track. Whenever a train approaches, the awnings & shop fronts are moved back from the rails, to be replaced once the train has passed.After exploring the Railway Market, you will continue to visit Damnoen Saduak Floating Market. Discover many different kinds of Thai food such as Rice noodle soup and Pad Thai and don't miss the famous desert Mango with sticky rice. Ask your guide for some advice on what is a not-to-miss. Afterwards, get transferred back to Bangkok around 1:30-2:00 PM.
Enjoy the unique experience to reach Maeklong Railway Market (umbrella pulldown market) by taking a local train. Then, visit Damnoen Saduak, the most famous floating market in Thailand filled with colorful boat vendors to explore.
Train market, floating market, Grand palace and Wat Pho Discover the unique Mae Klong train market by walking on the tracks and the colorful Damnoen Saduak floating market by longtail boat. Head back to Bangkok and enjoy a Thai lunch before visiting the famous Grand Palace, the temple of the Emerald Buddha and Wat Pho with Bangkok’s biggest reclining Buddha. After the tour ends return to the meeting point or hotel.
.Maeklong Railway Market or the Talad Rom-Hoop. Amazing Maeklong fresh market which sets along sides of the railroad. There are trains passing through about right times a day. When a train is coming, those vendors will close their awnings to make rooms for the train passing it is very exciting while a train is running through..Bang Kung temple was archaeological evidence currently remains in the Ubosot which was built in the Ayutthaya period. It is covered with roots of four plants are Pho (Bodhi), Sai (Banyan). These roots help the hall to stay stable. The Fine Arts Department has registered Wat Bang Kung as a national archaeological site on Dec' 18, 1996.Damnoen Saduak Floating Market. It’s the most famous floating market where is close to Bangkok. You can see the old Thai commerce in the past and explore the floating market. Many local people sell their products by their boats. You can buy a food and souvenirs from them. Don't miss it when you come to Thailand!
Visit a variety of different markets outside Bangkok, experience the traditional way of buying and selling fruits and vegetables on the waterways, by the train tracks. Discover Bangkok's China Town and the biggest wholesale flower market in the city.
Following an 85 kilometre drive from Bangkok to Na Kwang Station, take the 8.30 train for the short journey to one of the most amazing attractions in Samut Songkram province, the Maeklong Railway Market (Hoop Rom Market). Commonly called Siang Tai, or Life-Risking, Market, it is situated beside, and on top of, the actual train tracks. Seconds before you cross the tracks about to pull into Maeklong Station, the vendors have rushed to pulled back their parasols and umbrellas and cleared their goods back to within inches of the passing train. Less than a minute after that they have hurried to put everything back in place so they can get back to the job at hand, selling their seafood, fruits, meat and vegetables to the local shoppers.