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Amphawa Floating Market

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People joining us in Bangkok have expressed a desire to visit a flowing market. Having been to Damnoen Saduak a few years ago I have been looking for alternatives. Amphawa, about two hours South seem to be pretty well regarded, less tourists than DS and a little more "autherntic".

Any recent experience of this place? Any alternatives? I was thinking of just getting a minivan from Victory Monument but with four of us, a your may provide better value and mean less hassle. Any tips for operators?

Also, for someone who has never visited Thailand, would you recommend a day trip like this or maybe a day to Ayuthaya/ Bang Pa In. Throwing to split 5 days in Bangkok before they return home.

Any help would be much appreciated.

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