Damnoen Saduak is a floating market located in Ratchaburi province, Thailand.
It is a popular destination for tourists looking to experience traditional Thai culture and buy locally grown fruits and vegetables.
You can take a bus or minivan from Bangkok’s Southern Bus Terminal to Damnoen Saduak.
The journey takes around 2 hours. Once you arrive, you can take a long-tail boat to explore the market. It’s best to go early in the morning, as the market can get crowded later in the day.
The floating market has a wide variety of vendors selling everything from fresh fruits and vegetables to souvenirs and traditional Thai snacks.
You can also find clothing, shoes, and other local handicrafts. Be sure to haggle for the best prices.
After exploring the market, you can take a boat tour of the surrounding canals to see traditional Thai houses and local life. You can also visit the nearby coconut sugar factory and see how it’s made.
Damnoen Saduak is an excellent destination for those looking to experience traditional Thai culture and buy locally grown products.
Be sure to bring cash, and wear comfortable shoes as it can be crowded and you will be walking on a boat.