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I recommended big pork ball and Thai sponge cake are very delicious. Every food is good taste and the price is very cheap. Nice local market and local people are nice too. If you go to travel at Supanburi and looking for local food I...More
100 year market, nice place with some specialty of suphanburi. Lime most of the market in Thailand there is a lot of food there, traditional clothes. We take a ride by boat on the river for 50THB and visit a 300 year house used for...More
Been there after a lot of google search to buy few thailand authetic stuff found out this market ...can go there by skytrain or taxi which one suits but only draw back ids that its a weekend market only.
We often stop at the Sam Chuk 100-Year old Market whilst travelling along the main road to Bangkok (340).This market is definitely a tourist venue although the vast majority of visitors are from within Thailand.
There is a free car park, which gets filled quite...More
A century and more ago, central Thailand had few roads. Instead it relied on a complex system of rivers and canals for transportation, and waterside communities and markets were common throughout this area.
Unfortunately with modern development most of these communities have disappeared, but the...More
I visited the old local market last 2 days. There are many kind of things for shopping such as food , clothing, handy crafts which id not too expensive as well as be able to bargain price. This Samchuk old market is easy to reach...More
Great market, crowded, hot very local. Would recommend to visit but don't expect much touristic stuff here. T shirts come in L size max which is a sign that not many big foreigners hang out here.
Had a great selection of brassware
A big, local market in original wooden houses selling clothes, local food and snacks, vintage and classic toys and household items, etc.. I was especially taken by the big collections of original and newly made tin wind-up toys and the monster meat balls.
This was my third visit to this bustling market. It is far enough out of the city that it only attracts the tourists looking for someplace different to the standard markets you find in the city. The markets are a warren of alleys that you...More