Getting taxi from Bangkok to Damnoen Saduak and Amphawa has never been easier. For trips from Bangkok to Damnoen Saduak our Damnoen Saduak taxi service can transfer you and drop off there. But what's really popular is the day trip. We leave from Bangkok in the morning to see the market and come back to Bangkok in the early afternoon. The trip is often combined with Maeklong Railway Market. You leave early in the morning to catch the morning train coming through the umbrellas before going to Damnoen Saduak. During the weekends Amphawa Floating Market is a popular choice and you can also combine it with the Maeklong Railway Market. Boat ride to see fireflies at Amphawa are also popular during the rainy season (July - October).

We also can take you from Pattaya, Hua Hin, Kanchanaburi, Ayutthaya, Bangkok Airport, and other locations to Damnoen Saduak and back. To book our taxi transfer service, Please use our easy booking form or call us at +66(0)84 1158210.

All fares are per vehicle in Thai Baht, all inclusive (no hidden fees or extra charges). Fares may be adjusted during festivals with high travel volume.

Transfer Deluxe sedan Family MPV VIP Van
Central Bangkok - Damnoen Saduak Floating Market 2,200 2,400 3,000
Central Bangkok - Amphawa Floating Market 2,000 2,300 2,800
Tour Time 1-4 pax 5-8 pax
Full Day Floating Market Weekday Tour (Mon - Thu) 8:30 - 17:30 3,200 3,800
Full Day Floating Market Weekday Tour (Fri - Sun) 9:00 - 21:00 3,500 4,000
Morning Damnoen Saduak Floating Market Tour (Everyday) 8:00 - 12:30 3,000 3,500
Afternoon Amphawa Floating Market Tour (Fri - Sun) 13:00 - 19:30 3,000 3,500
Afternoon Mae Klong Railway Market and Amphawa Floating Market Tour (Fri - Sun) 12:30 - 19:30 3,200 3,800

• The price doesn't include boat ride around the market at Damnoen Saduak or boat ride to see fireflies at Amphawa

• At Damnoen Saduak, there are 2 boat ride options. First is riding private motor boat from the outside canel into the market. Second is ridding paddle boat inside the market.

• At Amphawa, we offer boat trip to see fireflies (both joined and private group available). Please inform us if you would like to include.

• For other destinations or day trip please email to inquire.

• Child seats for up to 15 kg (newborn to 3-4 years old) are available for 300 Baht per seat per trip (please indicate weight when make booking).

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Damnoen Saduak Floating market

The many rivers and canals in the central plain of Thailand were the blood vessels of local communities in the old days. People’s life relied on canals and rivers – housing, trading, commuting and so on. The floating markets were the trading place of the communities where people came to trade and barter on food, fruits, cloths and other essentials.

There are countless floating markets throughout the country, many within a couple of hours of Bangkok. The most famous is Damnoen Saduak floating market, just over 100 kilometers southwest of Bangkok. This buzzing market is at its best in the early morning before the crowds arrive and the heat of the day builds up. The colorfully clad merchants paddle along congested canals in sturdy canoes laden with fresh fruit and vegetables to sell to shoppers on the banks. There is lots of chatter, activity, sight and shopping to fill up your morning in this wonderfully exotic market.

Maeklong Railway Market

Maeklong Railway Market, or as the Thais call it “Market of pulled down umbrellas” (Talad Rom Hoob) is one of the largest fresh seafood markets in Thailand, and is centred around the track of the Maeklong Railway. When trains approach, the awnings and shopfronts are moved back from the rails, and then replaced once the train has passed. Sounds simple enough but you have to be there and see it for yourself to get the quintessential Thai charm and uniqueness.

Vintage train station at Hua Hin

Sandy and sunny beach at Hua Hin

Huay Yang Waterfall near Hua Hin Beach

Amphawa Floating Market (weekends only)

Amphawa floating market opens on weekends from afternoon to early evening. Myriad of venders occupy the Amphawa canal and together they offer many more food varieties than one will probably ever see again for a long time. Padthai, noodle, seafood, fruits, banana, mango, rose apple, coconut, coffee, sweets, etc. It will literally takes paragraphs to list them all. The atmosphere is very easy going – quintessential Thai hospitality. Expect to see streams of people wander the canal banks and stop to sit on benches and chow down on all manner of food and colourful treats. Also you can get on a boat trip to see the beautiful fireflies.