Floating Market and The Grand Palace

Floating Market and The Grand Palace

The Floating Market and The Grand Palace can be done in a day! 

If you don't have time but want to see some of the most highlight tour of Thailand, the Floating market and the Grand Palace are recommended.  Those tours can be done in a day.   You will enjoy the beauty of the palace and temples architecture.   Also we will experience daily life of the Thai people in the olden day and watch the famous train market.  It is quite interesting to see the train is slowly driving through the market and see how vendors manage their products for the before and after the train arrive and gone.

Highlights:  (Click on the names below for photo gallery)

  • The Grand Palace used to be a permanent king’s family residence from 1782-1901.  It is the most highlighted attraction in Bangkok.
  • MaeKlong Train Market is a very interesting and exciting market. The  vendors sell all fresh vegetable, fruits, seafood, desserts… anything you need for a kitchen.   The most exciting about the market is that  the market is located on the train track and the train passes all the way to the station through the market.  It is fun to watch all the vendors prepare their shop, lower their umbrellas,  and rearrange their products  then put them back in a flash after the train has passed.
  • Damneon Saduak Floating Market is 105 Km (65 miles) far from Bangkok.  It has been a very well known floating market for a long time both locals and tourists.  Although it has become  a little touristy, its charm still remains.   We will take a private long-tail boat and ride on a small network of canals where houses and orchards can be seen on both sides.  It is quite an enjoyable ride. 

Dress Code for the Grand Palace:

  • No shorts, no tight pants, and no sleeveless shirt.  Pants the end slightly above the ankles is fine.  Shawls CAN NOT be used to cover your shoulders.  Skirts has to cover knees.

  • You might want to bring a hat.  Please wear comfortable walking shoes which can easily be slipped off.

  • In a rainy season (July-September) you might want to bring an umbrella or packable raincoat.


No. Pax

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Price Per Person


7,900 4,500 3,350 2,800 2,550 2,300 2,150 2,000 1,900  
No. Pax 1000
Price Per person 1000
  • A friendly tour guide

  • An Air-Con van with a profession driver

  • Bottled Water, Soft drink

  • All admission fees

  • Lunch


  • 07:00 am.
    Meet in the hotel lobby
  • 08:30
    Mae Klong Train Market
  • 09:30
    Damneon Saduak Floating Market by a private long-tailed boat
  • 12:30
    Lunch at a local Thai restaurant
  • 13:45
    Visit the Grand Palace
  • 16:30
    Back to the Hotel

*The itinerary is subjected to change depending on weather or traffic condition*.