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I travelled to this local market with a local person through Uber on Sunday and love it. There were so many people (mostly local Thai) who stopped over here to buy local souvenirs. The alley was small and packed with people so be ready to...More
Went here on a Sunday and it was very crowded.
Also a good place to eat, it has 3 main eating area next to the river.
You can spend a few hours walking around and see what the local fresh market has to offer.
Food, food, food ! The Wat is very nice and just behind there is an extensive food market - like Alice's restaurant, you can get anything you want. We walked a little bit and then took a very relaxing ride on the river. It was...More
Walking the market with the friendly vendors was a pleasure ... all types of food some recognisable some not. All the ones I tried were great .... feeding the huge fish in the river with loaves of bread was a highlight .... feeding the ducks...More
Old market with lots of stalls and eateries. Not sure why called a floating market when the only few floating are the restaurants on the boats. all the stores are on land.
They are building a new shed to house the older stalls inside. So...More
This is a totally fascinating place, by the river as the name suggests. Walking the covered lanes of mainly stalls, one wonders how much food people can eat. The competion to buy or sell between stalls is fairly intense, but very calm and friendly. At...More
Extremely crowded and full of local visitors but with very delicious range of food and local culture. Navigating the very narrow wooden plank aisle with low ceiling will be a tortuous but the delicious, extensive range of food treats and local fare will make up...More
If you are looking at traditional and liking traditional cuisine and food. Do drop by Don wai floating market.
Great selection of choices for fruits and local dessert . Very traditional . You would love it there and the drive is less then 1 hour...More
As my home province is in Nong Khaem, i visited Don Wai Floating Market whenever i am back in Thailand.
This market have everything that you need to buy.
From Spices to Vegetables, from Pork to Beef and Fruits.
It is almost to the home...More