Baan Pra Nond Bed & Breakfast

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18/1 Charoen Rat Rd., Yannawa, Sathron, Bangkok, 10120, Thailand
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rate of the floating market tour

by yo_tiew

i'm planning to visit Bangkok on this September, 2010. how much is the floating market tour and where can i book the tour?

Re: rate of the floating market tour

by Curt1591

Such tours have a range of pricing and itineraries.

"Joined" tours will be cheapest and can usually be booked through the hotels. They will usually include plenty of "factory tours" and other shopping venues. The shopping subsidizes the tour.

Private guides are more personal, more efficient and forego the shopping (unless shopping is desired). They will typically run 3,000~4000 THB, depending on itinerary and transportation.

Here is a list of licensed guides:
http://www.tripadvisor.com/Travel-g293915-c125475/Thailand:Finding.A.Tour.Guide.html

Re: rate of the floating market tour

by putri_jogja

I joint the floating market tour from the hostel that i stayed. They have some choices. But i choosed half day tour. If i am not mistaken, I paid 600 bath. After visiting the market, tour guide took me to the wood craft center. Some of guests join the day tour to rose garden.

The tour guide picked me at 7 am. The journey will take 2 hours (approx).
Usually hotel will provide that tour also. It is very famous.

I did this trip this year in January.

Happy Travelling

Re: rate of the floating market tour

by SirHalberd

I have an old price list from a travel agency in the Sukhumvit Road area, not far from Nana Skytrain stop, where the price was 300 baht for half day, 500 baht for a longer tour ending around 2 PM and an all day tour that combined Crocodile Farm and lunch for 800 baht. This is from a price sheet a couple years old.

Most any travel agency will have these tours. Just stop in and check the current prices and ask about what you will see, etc. Tour company will pick you up from your hotel and return you there at the end of the tour.

Have fun.

Re: rate of the floating market tour

by explore_discover

You can do it on your own, take a look at....
http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/82cb7/160d76/4/

Re: rate of the floating market tour

by Curt1591

Although Taling Chan is a classic "water market", "Talad Nam" in Thai, it's far from what most tourists would envision as a "floating" market. The floating part might be better named a "brunch barge".

One of the closest talad nam to bangkok, and a very picturesque one, is Bang Nam Phueng weekend market. It's located on that little "island" across from Klong Toey.

http://cheapeatsbangkok.com/sites/bangnamphueng/index.html

Travel Tips for Bangkok

MY FIRST TASTE OF THAILAND

by mamasan69

My stay in Bangkok was limited; and because of this I would have to say that the Golden Mountain and Democracy Monument, were my favorite places to visit so far. I didn't make it to the Grand Palace or Reclining Buddha on this trip so I can't compare the two. My brother and I were late getting back into Bangkok and both sites were closing, so I will have to see them next time.
The view from the top of the Golden Mountain is spectacular, and the Democracy Monument is something everyone visiting Bangkok should see, representing a very important part of Thai history. Besides the airport, Khao San Road was the first "taste" of Thailand I ever had. My brother told me many stories about his previous trip here, but until I arrived on Khao San, this is a place I will never forget.
The sounds, sites, people (local and tourist), lights, and bars are all something that you have to see to believe. It left an impression on me, and is just one of the many places in
Thailand that will keep me coming back in the future.

The ancent capital

by xaver

Ayutaya, an ancient city not far from Bangkok.
The city is not so far from Bangkok you can go and get back in a day trip, ask your hotel or any agency to arrange an excursion there, it's very popular and very easy to reach.

Thai candy

by bulldogtwo

You can probably find the candy at one of the 7-11's on most street corners in Bangkok. I am sure that they have it at Foodland and the best place to find it is probably at the Westin Hotel, the grocery store is located in the basement. Just look for the sign, actually it may be the basement of Robinson's Dept Store but use the Westin on Sukhumvit Rd as a locator. As far as the price, minimal, maybe 50-60 Baht. There is also a Foodland located in the alley of soi 5?. There is also a Villa market in the basement of the Millenium Bldg on Luangsuan.

Orchids

by SirRichard

This charming wonderful violet flowers can be found in Bangkok in many public gardens and even in some hotels gardens. In Spain we don't use to see such rare flowers often, so it surprised me a lot to find them so frequently here. You could even buy a whole bunch of them by the streets for about 1 USD!!

Stuff to bring

by kotaro

A mostly empty bag is what I bring. Generally you can find new clothe quite easily at the many markets and stores. If heading to the beaches, flip flops or sandals, but again, you can buy them locally. You might want to bring a few zip lock bags, handy for keeping your camera and sim cards... dry Quad band GSM phone, you can pick up prepaid sim cards at 7/11.

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Address: 18/1 Charoen Rat Rd., Yannawa, Sathron, Bangkok, 10120, Thailand