Loading

Sorry, we could not find any tours for Bang Nampheung Floating Market, Bangkok

Bang Nampheung Floating Market, Bangkok

Bang Nampheung is a small floating market with a few boats and riverside stalls selling fresh local produce, Thai delicacies and miscellaneous items..

Bang Nampheung is a small floating market with a few boats and riverside stalls selling fresh local produce, Thai delicacies and miscellaneous items.


Hours

Sun

7:00

15:30

Mon

NA

Tue

NA

Wed

NA

Thu

NA

Fri

NA

Sat

7:00

15:30

About Bang Nampheung Floating Market

 Soi Bua Phueng Phatthana, Bang Kobua, Phra Pradaeng District, Samut Prakan 10130, Thailand

 +66 2 819 6762

 www.moohin.com

Bang Nampheung Floating Market and Nearby Sights on Map

Museum of Counterfeit Goods

The Museum of Counterfeit Goods in the office of law firm Tilleke & Gibbins displays over 4,000 counterfeit and pirated goods that infringe trademarks, patents, and copyrights

Siamese Fighting Fish Gallery

The Siamese Fighting Fish Gallery in Bangkrachao displays a wide variety of brightly colored Siamese Fighting Fish and other fishes found in the nearby Chao Phaya River

Bangkok Planetarium

The Bangkok Planetarium is the oldest planetarium in Thailand, inaugurated in 1964

Thailand Creative and Design Centre

There couldn't have been a better place for this design gallery, at the the Emporium, the most fashionable shopping mall of Bangkok

The Emporium

Benchasiri Park

This compact park was built to commemorate the 60th birthday of HM Queen Sirikit in 1992

Erawan Museum

The Erawan Museum has a collection of antiquities and ancient religious artifacts spread over 3 storeys inside a gargantuan 3-headed bronze elephant statue and its pedestal

Santa Cruz Church

The Santa Cruz Church is an interesting Catholic church right at the banks of the Chao Phraya River

Benjakiti Park

When the Thailand Tobacco Monopoly moved all its factory operations to Chiang Rai in 2008, the lake and some adjoining land that were part of its compound, previously enjoying semi-wild vegetation, were turned into a public park

Soi Cowboy