1. Cai Rang Floating
Market, Can Tho City, Vietnam: one of the biggest and the most crowded market
in the Mekong Delta.
The market displays many products, but the majority is fruits and vegetables from the local gardens.
2. Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, Ratchaburi, Thailand:
one of the most popular market in the world. It is always crowded, exciting,
and colorful with many local people’s trading activities continuously happening
The boats taking tourists in and out of Damnoen Saduak Floating
Beside the services and products for tourists, Damnoen Saduak is
also like a paradise of many kinds of fruit such as mangoes, bananas, coconuts,
grapes, grapefruits,… Many boats carrying fresh fruits and vegetables are
always on Damnoen Saduak Floating
Khlong Damnoen Saduak Canal is the first place of this floating market which was built to connect the Tha Chin river branch to Mae Klong.
3. Taling Chan Floating Market, Bangkok, Thailand:
12 km from the centre of Bangkok
capital, is a small market and less crowded than Damnoen Saduak market. However,
this is also an interesting destination for tourists visiting Thailand.
4. Solomon Floating Market: on the Northeast
of Australia, the east of Papua New Guinea.
Solomon has a floating market area with retailed products from the local
people, but it is also crowded and busy.
5. A floating market on Dal river, Srinagar,
India: does not display as
many fruits and vegetables as other markets in Thailand. The boats on Dal river of Srinagar,
are mainly vegetables.
6. The floating market on Inle lake,
Myanmar: rotates 5 day meetings.
Source: laodong.com.vn - Translated by Phuong Quyen