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Day in the Thai Countryside
Bangkok Shore Trip - Day in the Thai Countryside


 



This 9-10 Hour Private Shore Excursion Includes:
  • Pick up from your Ship in Bangkok (Klong Toey port)
  • Private Licensed English Speaking Guide
  • Round Trip Transportation in Private Vehicle (with A/C) and Public Train
  • Drinking Water and Cold Towel
  • Walking: Difficult - uneven surfaces - NO wheelchairs
  • Lunch (drinks not included)
  • Paddle Boat Ride
Please Note: This tour relies on use of the public train. In the event of train delays the itinerary will be changed on the spot.

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Tour Number:
TBKLO-04

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TOUR DESCRIPTION
 

Bangkok (Klong Toey) Shore Excursion - This full day tour ventures into the rural Samut Songkhram Province. You will travel by local train to an amazing countryside market and then continue to Tha Kha floating market, for a paddle boat ride among villages, stalls, and temples of this beautiful area. A visit to a pottery village completes your rural experience.

After meeting your guide at the pier you will be driven to a train station and experience a short regional train ride headed for an amazing country market that has sprouted along the railway tracks. Here, you will witness the dexterity and speed of the vendors as they quickly pack their stalls away whenever the trains approach, hence bringing shopping to a brief halt. It is a standard practice and stall holders have learned the art of assembling and reassembling their wares at a moments notice!

Next you visit Tha Kha, one of the many floating markets in the area where you can observe local trading in its authenticity. We will take a fascinating paddle boat journey through the maze of klongs (canals), cruising past plantations and Buddhist temples before stopping to chat with a friendly local family that produces palm sugar syrup.

Tha Kha Market is held every Saturday and Sunday morning. During the weekdays, the market day is subject to lunar cycle calendar. On days when Tha Kha Market is not open, we will visit the Damnoen Sadauak Floating Market.

Early this afternoon you enjoy lunch in a local restaurant before going to the King Rama II Memorial Park which houses a Thai style pavilion museum displaying artifacts from the early Rattanakosin era and a landscaped garden filled with native flowers.

Later this afternoon you visit artisans who produce exquisite hand-painted Benjarong porcelain and potteries. If your tour is on a Friday, Saturday or Sunday you will also have the chance to visit an evening floating market full of vendors selling local delights.

In the late afternoon you return to Bangkok and you will be dropped off at the port.


If you cannot find what you are looking for, our Bangkok tours and Bangkok Shore Excursions can also be customized to fit your needs. If you have a larger group, we can offer you a private Bangkok tour using a mid-size bus or full size coach. Please contact us with any questions or to receive a customized quote.
Shore Trip Timing - The shore excursion times are approximate based on your interests and traffic conditions.
  • Transfer from Bangkok to Samut Songkhram 1.5 Hours
  • Train ride to Mae Klong Market – 15 Minutes
  • Walk through the market – 40 Minutes
  • Floating market tour – 2 Hours
  • Boat ride – 1 Hour
  • Lunch at a local restaurant -1 Hour
  • Park and museum visit – 1 Hour
  • Return to Bangkok – 1.5 Hours

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