Amphawa Floating Market is located near the canal and Wat Amphawan Chetiyaram , where parking is provided. It is open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday during 14.00-20.00. The Amphawa Canal is brimmed with boats loaded with drinks like O-Liang (Thai iced black coffee) and foods such as fried sea mussels, noodles, and sweets. Bank-side wheelbarrows also offer goods for sale. Amphawa Floating Market is filled with relaxing atmosphere with oldies song played along all evening. Visitors can explore the market, tasting the local food, as well as hire a boat at night to watch as pretty fireflies lighting up the sky.
Enjoy an unforgetable trip to Damnoen Saduak, world’s most famous floating market. This is an ideal place to witness the traditional Thai way of life. It takes us only one an half hour to get there. Our journey begins with sight-seeing on a long-tailed speed boat or a wooden paddle boat. Then it’s time for exploring the floating market. Within this busy market, there are varieties of products, including local snacks, desserts, foods, handicrafts, and souvenirs. Nearby this location, we visit a coconut sugar farm before departing to the Maeklong district. We will experience the renowned Railway Market, the Bangkae Noi Temple, and the highlight — an official unseen in Thailand site, where a whole building is covered by the banyan tree — at the Bangkung Temple.