Bangkok has not always been the kind of glamorous city it is today. A day tour in Damnoen Saduak Floating Market and the Rose Garden will prove it. Experience the old Bangkok that was lined with canals and small village traders.
Damnoen saduak was originally a canal dug during the reign of King Rama IV. During that time transportation was largely done through rivers and canals. This canal connects the Taachin River in Samutsakorn Province and Maklong River in Samutsongkram Province together. Major population at the canal is farmers, fishermen and other traders. Due to its favorable weather and fertile soil farming of wide range of crops and round the year farming is possible here. The floating market is no less than a synchronized orchestra. The boats float unanimously each selling its ware or carrying its tourist. The market religiously opens every day. Within minutes of the start people start to flock the market and the panoply begins.
Visitors usually have an option of walking on the passage along the canal on the right hand side or take a boat at the pier nearby to Floating Market area. But of-course being on a boat in a floating market makes more sense.The market has a wide collection of fruits, vegetables, tropical spices, souvenirs and artistic goods but make sure to bargain a little for the goods.
The next up in this trip is the rose garden. The tranquil and beautifully landscaped Rose Garden is a complete contrast to the chaos of the floating market. Rose garden is where one has the opportunity to experience Thai traditions through the cultural shows. There isn’t a better end to this action packed day than a scrumptious Thai dinner and exotic Thai show. To book the day trip log on to http://www.toursforu.com/toursdescription-damnoen-saduak-floating-market-with-rose-garden.html OR you can reach us by filling below mentioned form: