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Late Morning Floating Market Klong Lud Mayom Destination : Bangkok Category : Shopping

When we talk about floating markets, we generally think of the most popular ones which are Damnoen Saduak and Amphawa. We have to wake up very early if we want to go to Dumnoen Saduak floating market otherwise we will miss it. Amphawa is interesting to see in the late evening. What can we do if we want to go traveling in the afternoon? Are there any floating markets available for me to find some delicious food and have a boat trip?


After thinking about this a few minutes, I tried to search for some more information on the Internet. Finally, I got it. There is a late morning floating market which is very near Bangkok. It is on Kachanaphisek road and is called “Klong Lud Mayom floating market”. I saw some pictures about the atmosphere, food, and activities there. So, I made a decision to go there.



I took about an hour to reach Klong Lud Mayom. This floating market is on Bang Ramat Road separated from Kanchanaphisek Road. When I arrived there, I was surprised by horses walking in front of the entrance of the market. Wow… some tourists were riding the horses and some were in pedal boats. Klong Lud Mayom is divided into two sides of the road. But, we can walk from one to another if we walk along the canal. There are various products for you to see such as vegetables, fruits, OTOP products, handmade products, fresh food, dried food, traditional Thai desserts, trees, flowers, and so on. Frankly, I want to buy everything. ^^



I walked, shopped, and ate for a while. I stopped at a little pier near the canal. There was a shop selling bread and fish food for just ten baht. So, I made merit by feeding fish there before having a boat trip to see the community along the canal and orchards. It was a very enjoyable trip. Talk to you later. Bye.

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 Klong Lud Mayom floating market is on Bang Ramat Road separated from Kanchanaphisek Road.

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  Written by : oat11 oat12 17-11-2014
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