Have you ever heard of a floating market before? If not, you’re in for a real treat (literally, wait until you see how much we ate)!
In Thailand, some markets are “floating” — meaning they function entirely on narrow canals with small boats moving up and down . You pay a small price to hire a boat driver for an hour (or longer), and then choose which delicious meals to eat from dozens of vendors (on boats) with elderly women cooking up something unique. It’s all cheap and delicious and this is debatably the best experience you can have in Thailand.
This morning, my buddy Mark Wiens from Migrationology and I headed 2 hours outside of Bangkok to a floating market called Damnoen Saduak, where he introduced me to some of Thailand’s best dishes. We had a blast shooting this video and I hope you enjoy what we have to share!
Also — If you don’t already know, Mark makes some of the best food travel videos out there, so check out his page below for more deliciousness.