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This week I am playing host and tour guide to friends from Australia and they said they wanted to see Ko Kloi Floating Market.
Ko Kloi is a poor imitation of a Thai floating market, very few of which exist now. But I took them...More
This market gets a poor review in that it is not a floating market! This is true... it is more like shops surrounding a large pond. However, that is no reason to avoid the Ko Koi Market. We found items here that were not found...More
The owners of this place just digging a pond and building the place for all those small shops which surrounding by the water.
The products that selling here you could just find from anywhere in Thailand in 2-3 times cheaper on price.
It's the same...More
Floating markets date back hundreds of years to an age when Siam (as Thailand was then called) had extensive networks of canals and were a major thoroughfare for trade and commerce. As towns and cities spread, canals were filled in and replaced by roads and...More