Floating Market & Ayutthaya World Heritage

Damnoen Saduak is undoubtedly the largest & well-known floating market among Thai & foreign tourists. vendors & purchasers in their boats, selling & buying agricultural products & local food. Ayutthaya a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of the most impressive ruined cities in Asia and a must-see.

Floating Market & Ayutthaya World Heritage » Selected Tours:

Floating Market & Elephant Ride Tour (Code:1405)

Waterways have always been an integral part of Thai life with boats plying the rivers and canals, trading their wares. Fortunately, many local communities throughout the central region of Thailand continue this tradition of floating markets, some early in the morning and some later in the evening. More...
Price for Two: 10,200 Thai Baht
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Amazing Kanchanaburi Three Day Tour (Code:3106)

Kanchanaburi is one of the largest provinces in Thailand and in three days you'll cover most of the major attractions. Take a boat through the floating market. Walk along the Death Railway. Bridge over River Kwai. Erawan waterfall. More...
Price for Two: 35,400 Thai Baht
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Extraordinary Elephant Day Trip (Code:1506)

A quick stop at the Floating Market & the Bridge on the River Kwai will whet your appetite for the main event. Elephants! Here you can ride an elephant through the jungle and even take control as the mahout. Later you can take it down to the river for its afternoon scrub down. More...
Price for Two: 12,000 Thai Baht
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Maeklong Railway Market & Floating Market Tour (Code:1409)

Maeklong Railway Market Or Talad Rom Hup that famous one of the world attraction place. The train go thought to market and vendors, merchants collectively begin to coolly move their belongings and umbrellas away from the tracks as the train barrels forward. More...
Price for Two: 12,300 Thai Baht
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Hellfire Pass & Tiger Exclusive program Two Day Tour (Code:2116)

If you'd like to visit Hellfire Pass and the Death Railway and second day you get a whole morning at the Wildlife Sanctuary which will be one of the highlights of this memorable. this is the perfect tour for you. We'll stop at the Floating Market in Ratchaburi province on the way up to Kanchanaburi More...
Price for Two: 32,400 Thai Baht
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Private Floating Market and Maeklong Railway Market Day Tour (Code:1121)

Spend a half Day tour!!! Just one and a half hour away from Bangkok to the Maeklong Railway Market Or Talad Rom Hup that famous one of the world attraction place and then to the most popular Floating Market at Damnoen Saduak. More...
Price for Two: 8,200 Thai Baht
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Bangkok Weekend Floating Market Tour (Code:1006)

The Floating Market at Taling Chan only operates on the weekends so if you are in Bangkok on Saturday or Sunday this is a great place to visit. You can stop here as part of your boat trip through the Bangkok Noi canal system. There's a wonderful array of freshly cooked food to sate all appetites. More...
Price for Two: 9,000 Thai Baht
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Private Guide In and Around Bangkok: Custom Tour (Code:1015)

The highlights of this private tour show the best of Bangkok. Follow your personal guide through some of the top attractions, included GRAND PALACE, The Emerald Buddha, Wat Pho, Wat Arun. Customize your tour to meet your needs and interests Enjoy tastes of authentic local cuisine (own expense) More...
Price for Two: 4,000 Thai Baht
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Floating Market & Jim Thompson's House (Code:1401)

This is the original floating market and probably the most photographed spot in Thailand. Your boat will take you through the maze of canals including the main market area. Back in Bangkok, Jim Thompson's house is the finest example of Thai architecture in the Kingdom. More...
Price for Two: 9,800 Thai Baht
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Floating Market, Train Market & Ayutthaya World Heritage site (Code:1408)

Damnoen Saduak Floating Market the original Floating Market in Thailand, Ayutthaya, UNESCO World Heritage site in 1991 was the capital city of Siam for 417 years and the first European traders considered it to be the finest city in the world. More...
Price for Two: 11,000 Thai Baht
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