VIDEO: Thailand’s Iconic Floating Market of Damnoen Saduak

Join David’s Been Here as they explore the Floating Markets of Damnoen Saduak. Located 68 miles west of Bangkok, this unforgettable day trip reveals just how important the river is to daily life and commerce in Thailand. One of the last remaining floating markets in the country, visitors will find everything from noodle soups and fried spring rolls (prepared before your eyes) to fresh produce, pancakes and souvenirs being sold from mobile boat vendors or static stilted docks. Join David as he cruises through this historic corner of Thailand taking in all the sites, smells and sounds of the area… all while trying to stay dry! Watch along to pick up some pointers, travel tips and other helpful hints for visiting Damnoen Saduak plus some of the neighboring sites as well. For more information on how to make this a great day trip from Bangkok read our article on the Floating Market of Damnoen Saduak.

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