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Price Per Person

THB 3,800
Country: Thailand
City: Samutsongkram
Duration: 1 Day(s) - 0 Night(s)
Tour Category: Full Day Tours

Package Itinerary


                                                                                    One Day Tour Rom Hub Risky Market -  Amphawa Floating Market ( private tour ) 



Themes : Nature Scenery - Local Experience 

Highlight :  Rom Hub  Risky Market Market – Amphawa Floating Market – Wat Bang Kung - King Rama II Memorial Park - Porcelain Village 

Duration :  Half Day Tour from 12.00-20.30hrs.   

Frequency : Friday , Sat , Sun due to Amphawa Floating Market schedule selling weekend only 

Attraction Details : 

Mae Klong Railway Market (Hoop Rom Market) is a local market in Samut Songkhram Province, commonly called Siang Tai (life-risking) Market. It is considered one of amazing-Thailand attractions in the province. Spreading over a 100-metre length, the market is located by the railway near Mae Klong Railway Station, Mueng District, Samut Songkhram Province. It is a common fresh market selling seafood, vegetable, fruits, fresh and dried food, meats and other miscellaneous goods. Mae Klong Railway Market is open from 6.00 a.m. -6.00 p.m.       

The market is called ‘life-risking’ market because its stalls are attached to the Mae Klong-Ban Laem railway, which is a short railway line running from and to Mahachai and Mae Klong. Vendors at the market put out parasols or canvas to protect themselves against the sun. The shelters stick into the railway where visitors walk and do their shopping. When each signal of the arriving train rings, chaos happens: vendors will rush to close their parasols and canvas, along with clearing all goods that will obstruct the coming train at a great speed. Once the train passes, parasols and canvas will be reopened as goods are again put into their usual place next to the railroad. The market, accordingly, is so called ‘Hoop Rom (umbrella/parasol-closing) Market’. The practice is usual for vendors and local people, but not for tourists who will definitely find the scene exciting and enjoyable at each visit. The parasol-closing event happens eight times per day according to the time that trains leave Mahachai for Mae Klong and depart Mae Klong for Mahachai. 

Amphawa Floating Market , This afternoon-only floating market is located near a temple, Wat Amphawan Chetiyaram, where parking is provided. On Fridays and on weekends, the Amphawa Canal brims with boats loaded with drinks like O-Liang (Thai iced black coffee) and food such as fried sea mussels, noodles, and sweets. Bank-side wheelbarrows also offer goods for sale. Visitors can explore the market, tasting the local food, as well as hire a boat at night to watch as pretty fireflies light up the air.

In 2008, the KhlongAmphawa community was granted an Honorable Mention Award from the UNESCO Asia–Pacific Heritage Awards for Culture Heritage Conservation as a result of its efforts to preserve the local culture and architecture. 

The tour includes visiting Wat Bangkung - King Rama II Memorial Park - Porcelain Village 


12.00hrs. :        Pick up from your hotel departing  to Mae Klong Railway Market or Rom Hub Risky Market ( Folding Umbrella Market ) “Rom Hub Market” or “Railway Market” or called by local people as “Dangerous Market” .  Also, it has become well-known nationwide and attracted people to visit here . Experience the exciting and thrilling way through the market . Moreover, the market offers several of fresh seafood , vegetable , fruits you will get fun and  experienced local people .

Further up to King Rama II Memorial Park , This park was built to honor King Rama II and is run by a royally-supported foundation. King Rama II was awarded the status of Person of the World by UNESCO for his contributions to the arts and culture of Thailand, and his achievements are celebrated in this compound. In addition, the King Rama II Museum, composed of four buildings, houses artifacts from the early Rattanakosin era, King Rama II’s household furniture, and showcases the lives of Thais during the king’s reign.

Nearby, there is an open theater and a botanical garden where plants cited in Thai literature are cultivated. A shop offers local products and young saplings for those wishing to grow the plants at home.

Continue to the famous temple Wat Bang Kung or Bang Kung Camp was once a navy campsite during the reign of King Taksin the Great. Following the second defeat of the Ayutthaya kingdom in 1767, the king relocated his navy to this campsite. A wall was built, making a temple, Wat Bang Kung, not only the spiritual center of the camp but also the physical center. As King Taksin the Great later ordered Chinese soldiers from various provicnces to guard the camp, the camp came to be known as Bang Kung Chinese Camp. A year later, Ayutthaya was successfully reclaimed, and the campsite was left deserted for almost 200 years before the Ministry of Education built a shrine to memorialize King Taksin the Great’s achievements.

Within the camp compound, there is an ordination hall built in the Ayutthaya period and now covered with lush ficus. Upon arriving at the compound, visitors will also see a replica wall built to celebrate King Taksin the Great’s battle with invading forces.

In the afternoon, visit Ban Pinsuwan Benjarong Museum where you can find large collection of Benjarong, the Thai-styled ceramics painted in five colors with intricate designs, from the past to present.

Guide may drop you a tthe local coffee shop for taking a rest and sip a cup of coffee for relaxing 

16.00hrs. : Take a long tail - motor boat along the canal for your experience and intimate with local people , boat vendor who bring their products selling only weekend Fri - Sat - Sun and in the after noon only . Take a stroll along the canal of Amphawa Floating Market where you can see rowing boats, wooden Thai houses, traditional shops and stalls selling souvenirs, local foods and products. You will be enjoy tasting Thai local food , grilled fresh seafood , season fruits , Thai sweets or souvenir etc.   

18.00hrs. : Departing Amphawa and returning to Bangkok 

20.00hrs. : Arriving Bangkok and drop off at your hotel 


                                                                                                                                                                                         Trip End 



Tour price in Thai Baht. ( THB. ) per person . Private arrangement 

 2 persons                  3,800.00      
 3 - 4 persons                   2,900.00

Remark : Tour price subject to changed from variation upon booking 

Inclusions : 

  • Private A/C van with experienced driver 
  • English speaking guide escort 
  • Boat ride at the market 
  • Admission fees 
  • Cold water & towel supplied during tour 

Exclusions : 

  • Lunch 
  • Others not mentioned in itinerary 
  • Guide and drive tip at your gratuity

What to bring : Casual clothes , comfort shoes , hat and camera 

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