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Flower Market Tour

Market life is fascinating and part of the Bangkok way of life.

The area of The Flower Market and Pak Klong Talad is actually a combination of multiple markets, making up one of the biggest fresh markets in Bangkok, selling flowers, fruit and vegetables. It really is a fascinating place.

On this 1-hour tour we will explore the markets and how they fit into Thai society. Specifically you will:

Discover how the market works and fits into society. Who buys, who sells, where the items come from

Learn what all the fruit, vegetables, spices and flowers are used for

Get an insight into Buddhist offerings, Thai cultures and traditions

And try a few snacks as we go

This tour is a perfect way to explore the flower market market for a few hours giving, you the remainder of the day to explore other sights in the area such as the Grand Palace and Wat Pho.


Snacks, Markets & More

Markets are a vital part of Thai society and through this tour we will explore local shopping habits, eating habits and even dig a little to learn more about the local economy.

Starting at the flower market we will continue to walk through places famous market areas like Ban Mo, The Old Siam, Phahurat, Sampaeng, Khlong Thom, Charoen Chai and Talad Mai.


As we walk we will see each area focusing on items ranging from fabrics, electronics, DVDs, guns, wedding accessories, fashion accessories and food! 

This is full 4 hour walking tour.

We will snack as we go (so don’t eat too much beforehand) and we reckon you will be full at the end. However, the tour will finish in Yaowarat Road in Chinatown, just as all the evening street food vendors are setting up.

Tour Information

Snacks & Food Vary 

Range From: 1000- 1400 THB

Suitable For Vegans and Vegetarians. Please advise us in advance if you have specific dietary requirements or allergies. 

Join in Group Tour:

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Private tour available on demand

Minimum Age: We do allow children but as walking tour we do expect parents to make the judgement as to whether it is suitable for children. 

Advanced reservation is required