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Bang Khu Wiang Floating Market

in Bang Kruai district of Nonthaburi province, can be reached by boat from Tha Chang Pier near the Grand Palace.

Probably the easiest to get to in terms of distance from Bangkok, Bang Khu Wiang Floating Market is probably the most difficult to attend for visitors due to its opening hours - 04:00 and 07:00. Sellers bring natural goods (vegetables, etc.) and it is also possible to see monks rowing boats to collect alms! Not at all commercialised, this is probably one of the few places you can see such a traditional way of life around Bangkok.

The market opens between 04:00 and 07:00, times vary on this market some say it starts 05.00 am until around midday

How to get there: Probably the easiest way to get there is by boat down the river. You will arrive in Bang Kruai and from there it’s a 10-minute boat journey to the market. There are a limited number of tours so otherwise a taxi might be your best bet. At that hour in the morning, chasing around after buses is not recommended!

A ferry from Wat Chalo Pier, Amphoe Bang Kruai would take 45 minutes to the floating market. The boat leaves every 15 minutes from 05.00-20.00 hrs.The fee is 5 Baht. - Take a ferry from Nonthaburi Pier (Phibun Songkhram II) for 45 minutes. A chartered boat takes only half an hour at the cost of 300 Baht. - Rent a boat from Chang Pier, Bangkok to Bangkok Noi-Khlong Om-Bang Khu Wiang Floating Market. The trip takes one hour at the cost of 300 Baht.


Bang Ramat Floating Market.


A major attraction, with a pleasant and shaded atmosphere, is by a canal on Bang Ramat road, in the Bang Ramat section of Taling Chan. Although this relatively-new floating market is not frequently visited by boats, it does have many shop stalls, a small boat museum, several walking paths (around the market), small restroom facilities, a few outdoor restaurants, and a variety of foods and merchandise for sale. Occasionally, it does feature live outdoor performances by local children and/or organizations. It is only open on Sundays and easily accessible (and used as a prolonged stopover) on some tourist tour boats from Taling Chan Floating Market

Floating Markets in Thailand Page 10,  Tha Kha Floating Market
Floating Markets in Thailand Page 12, Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market

Wat Bang Pramung Floating Market


is on the bank of Bang Pramung Canal in front of Wat Bang Pramung, about 14 kilometres from the city on the Nakhon Sawan-Krok Phra road.  Locals will paddle to the market to sell goods and agricultural produce every weekend during 07.00-16.00 hrs.  In addition, there are other services like traditional Thai massage, boat tours of Bang Pramung Canal, tours of orchid farms, and boats and water bicycles for hire.  For more information, please contact Krok Phra District Office at Tel. 0-5629-1006    0-5629-1006     

Getting There: Take the Nakhon Sawan-Krok Phra road for around nine kilometres, then turn right for about seven kilometres into Wat Bang Pramung.  The total distance from the city is around 16 kilometres.

Wat  Saeng  Siritham  Floating  Market

A  floating  market  on  Rattanathibet - tha  It  Marker   Road, Tambon  Tha  It  intends  to  promote  the  local  products from  the  vicinity  of  the  temple  as  well  as  from  Ko Kret.  This  floating  market  is  a  wonderful  place  for relaxation  not  far  from  Bangkok. Opened  on  weekend and  national  holidays  from 6 am. to  5 pm.