I don’t know but for me the floating market itself feels a bit old, sad looking and not really captivating. Maybe it needs a little bit of update in the future. But as of the situation today, I fully ...
Nothing special here. The Corona Virus has had a major effect on this venue. Most of the shops are empty or closed. Very run down and all of the goods and souvenirs can be found in any market & mall...
This place is a total rip-off. They charge foreigners 200 Baht to enter but Thais enter for free. Once inside it’s the usual tat for sale but grossly overpriced. Definitely not worth visiting even i...
Covering an area of 100,000sqm, the Four Regions Floating Market is separated into four sections – each representing and selling items from the four major parts of Thailand (north, northeast, central and south). Expect to find many eateries, fruit stalls, souvenir shops and some art galleries. There is also a cultural show every afternoon. The 350 million baht market has over 114 shops and water vendors selling authentic Thai food, desserts and specialties from all over the kingdom. For a floating market experience, hire a man-powered boat to get around and discover the richness of the surrounding Thai architecture and riverside life. Typically, the boat is big enough for four people and can be hired for a small fee for around 30 minutes.#market
📍Pattaya Floating Market, Pattaya
Pattaya Floating Market is one of places you have to visit in Pattaya. Like the name, this is a unique market because the sellers do the transaction on the boat and the buyers are on the top of water. They sell mostly Thai snacks. I think the price of the snacks is a little higher than the usual night market. It’s definitely worth a visit since it might be a new experience for you!
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The Four Seasons Village in Pattaya, Thailand is also called Sifang Floating Market, which is named after the characteristics of the water markets in the eastern, western, northeast and south regions of Thailand.
The houses of the Four Seasons Village are built on the water, and they are basically wooden buildings. The waterways in the market are like a labyrinth, but the arrows in the red and green colors indicate the direction on the ground, the red represents the inward entry, the green represents the exit, and there is no such thing as "going in and out"!
Here you can taste Thai folk specialties and buy Thai handicrafts!
One of the places of our personal trip by taxi. Market is 5 miles out from our hotel but easy to find. We were a bit disappointed by it overall started if by how hard it was to get in by ticket. We wanted about 30 mins there and was told to follow the blue arrows. This meant we walked around the stalls and saw enough. So many stalls selling similar. Food was being cooked on little boats and in walk Iles.didnt get a chance to go for a boat ride and still took us 45 mins to walk around. Not the best visit for me
Pattaya Floating Market is located in the center of Pattaya, about 5 kilometers east of Sukhumvit Road. The market combines the rich and rustic aspects of Thai village culture. The market is also known as the “4 Regions Floating Market” since it combines the characteristics of the 4 regions of Thailand (the east, west, northeast, and south). The water market is full of waterways, and unique wooden structures are built on the water. In the market, you can eat snacks from all over Thailand. You can also buy local goods and crafts from various parts of Thailand. You can take a boat and bob on the lake or move between bridges.