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Heres a small review of Floating market in Pattaya.

 

To go to Floating market outside of Pattaya you can ask a baht-bus driver, or a taxi driver.

Prices are around 400 baht to get there. Take the drivers number as you may need it when you go back.

 

Enterance is free of charge, but they appriciate if you chip in with some coins or bills at the enterance.

The market has masny things to offer, and is nice to visit during the day.

You can shop stuff that you normally find on beachroad in pattaya, but also some handcrafts thats very rare in Pattaya city.

If you like taking pictures theres a toon of things you could focus on.

 

There are some small restaurant that looks quite poor, but actually have splendid food!

One of the best tasting things I ate in Pattaya last trip was actually fried pork at one of these restaurants.

However, the style, not so clean plates, and different cutlery for everyone who is dining drags down the whole thing alot.

There was a thailand custome made napkindispenser, called a toiletpaper roll on the table :D

Credits to the taste of the food though.

 

There are also many small boats that sells coconuts, barbecued squid, pork and whatsoever.

Prices of this is really cheap! My pork spit cost 5 baht!

 

If you are not scared of going close to the water, you can take a boat ride.

We payed 600 baht for 20 minutes boat ride.

Watch your head while going under the bridges ;)

 

I did not experience it, but during some special evenings they have somegladiator games on a plank above the water.

Apparently this attracts alot of local ppl.

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Thanks for the review. Looks like a place that is worth a visit some time. Your photography is excellent also.

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Thanks for the review mate.

Great pics.

:001_Thank_You5:

 

 

BTW - What kind of camera do you use?

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Thanks a lot for the info and the great pics.

I didnt even know this existed.

 

BTW:

If you go outside town, you will see only this simpler type of restaurants.

Lower standards and better food for almost no money.

You were in one with slightly higher standards though:

You could pick up the napkindispenser to go to the toilet. Usually you have to bring your own.

 

Cheers

Bob

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Thanks for the review mate.

Great pics.

:001_Thank_You5:

 

 

BTW - What kind of camera do you use?

 

Happy to hear ppl like my pics :)

 

Canon eos 550d with 18-135 IS lens. Works for most outdoor footage.

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Sounds good. Thanks for posting.

 

Is the market open every day? I see the sign says Pattaya Floating Market. Will saying this be sufficient to be understood by the taxi/barfine?

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Sounds good. Thanks for posting.

 

Is the market open every day? I see the sign says Pattaya Floating Market. Will saying this be sufficient to be understood by the taxi/barfine?

 

Yes it is open everyday.

 

I normally driver there out on my bike and it take around 20 min from central pattaya. It is on Sukhumvit Road just outside jomtien and it should not be a problem for a taxi to find it.

 

You can find it on this Map

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Yes it is open everyday.

 

I normally driver there out on my bike and it take around 20 min from central pattaya. It is on Sukhumvit Road just outside jomtien and it should not be a problem for a taxi to find it.

 

You can find it on this Map

 

 

Thanks Grizzly.

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there are plans to open at night also, 300 bt I paid last time in April , lots of transport there to take you back, same price 300bt

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Sounds good. Thanks for posting.

 

Is the market open every day? I see the sign says Pattaya Floating Market. Will saying this be sufficient to be understood by the taxi/barfine?

Try to avoid it on the weekend as it is very busy.

 

If you know where it is or adventurous you can use baht buses to get there. Get one to Sukhumvit Road and cross the road. There are white baht buses that go to Sattahip from there.

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Excellent post this.

This will probably save me the hassle of going to the floating market in Bangkok.

So long as it keeps the wife happy.

Paul.

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Thank you VERY much for posting this.

I have wanted to go here on my last 2 trips but for different reasons never made it.

I will make sure I go on my next trip.

 

Really appreciate showing us where it is on the map also as I never knew.

I see you are heading back out there in 16 days so enjoy your trip mate.

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Excellent post this.

This will probably save me the hassle of going to the floating market in Bangkok.

So long as it keeps the wife happy.

Paul.

 

Pattaya floating market is a manufactured market on a lake geared up for extracting cash from tourists. It's not a real floating market.

 

As Scumbag says just jump on a Southbound sorngthaew or bus, not sure what the fare is but it's B30 to Sattahip so it should be less than that. The floating market is just before Sukhumvit changes from 4 to 2 lanes.

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  • 2 weeks later...

Great posting....i love floating market as u get to try the local delicacies and sink in the local culture.

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I'm definitely going here on my next trip. Thanks for posting this info. The food there looks very good.

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Are there any floating markets open till late afternoon?

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Are there any floating markets open till late afternoon?

 

Yes, it's open all day.

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