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Maeklong Railway Market (Talad Rom Hub)
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Maeklong Railway Market and Ancient Cat Center...
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Getting there is half the adventure.
Go to main train station in Bangkok to buy tickets for the train to these markets and they will give you directions.

This is the train that goes rite through the markets.
You wont believe what you see and will glad you did it.

Thank e2121
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Quite an experience to be honest! The train schedule is 9am and 11am, so better to be there 30mins before it comes as it’s crowded with tourists. You would like to get the best view when it comes!

Thank Sultana R
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Yes this was amazing to see. We had a great guide - Noom
From Quality Thai Tours. Got us on the train going into the market and then took
Us around the market and the
We saw the train leave the market. Great to see the action from both perspectives. Very neat place and glad we got to see this!
Great stop on the way to Floating Market!

1  Thank Thewsmommy
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I took a minivan from the northern bus station to see the train move slowly through the market....the bus trip was about a 3 hour round trip but was worth it! A cool experience

1  Thank PollyGeee
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

If you’re into authentic scene of a local market, then you may consider to go here. There’s 2 part of the market: 1. The iconic train market & 2. The local street food market ( which is located around/ near the train market.

I prefer both as you may savour the authentic Thai delicacies at the local price. The train market may offer you a slightly higher prices than those outside at the local street food market.

We took a van from the bus station but it has many stops. Then from the train market we also took a local truck ride to the floating market. So it cost us a lot cheaper for the whole trip compared to using agents.

My advice, read a lot from others experiences on the net & plan your trip well. Jot everything down especially the names of stations, places, bus number and more.

Enjoy your trip.

1  Thank LarrieJessika
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