There are countless floating markets throughout the country, but the most famous of the floating markets is Damnoen Saduak.
Damnoen Saduak, the oldest floated market in Thailand
Damnoen Saduak do not hold on river, it opens up on interlacing canals belonging to the same district, province Ratchaburi that far away about 100 kilometers southwest of Bangkok.
Floating market Damnoen Saduak is located along the canals with the width in about 10m flowing into the river. Buyers, sellers moved by rowing slowly the boats, these boats are filled with agricultural products and local food, which are mostly brought from their own nearby orchards.
The visitors siting on the boat for traveling
The Damnoen Saduak canal was built in 1866 and finished and opened to the public in 1868 by King Rama IV of the Chakri Dynasty to facilitate waterborne travels between Ratchaburi and Samutsakhon Provinces.
Nowadays, apart from providing transportation, Damnoen Saduak canal also provides local farmers with adequate water for agricultural purpose
The trafficking of people mainly takes place starting at 6 a.m.