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Tammy and our driver were excellent. Everything from the straight forward meetup and check-in to the guided commentary enroute, train ride and market stops was just right. The train ride through the market and then wandering through was a really nice dual experience as you get two views. We had about 45 mins at Maeklong to walk through which was enough (you could probably spend all day there but if you want to do that best do the trip on your own) and ample time for getting food and souvenirs along the track, taking copious photos and seeing the train come through! pick up fruit snacks here as it is one of the cheapest places for it! The floating market was alot of fun. A really nice paddle boat ride (30+ mins) and then free time in the market which was just lovely (70-80mins). Go for a stroll to the quieter parts and just sit at one or two of the cafes or restaurants with some food and a drink. the boat noodles from one of the ladies in the boats was delicious and a unique experience.
What an incredible experience! We started off by washing watermelon and bananas for the elephants, loading them into the Ute and hand feeding the elephants. We then went and chopped down some grass/banana trees for the elephants to feed on, helped give them a mud bath and finished in the water with them giving them a scrub down. Lastly, we helped mush up and hand feed an old 79 year old elephant who was unable to eat as she had no teeth. We finished the morning off with a buffet lunch. The care and dedication the staff show to these animals is evident, and all staff were extremely knowledgeable and funny. I would highly recommend this place if you're looking for a conservationist way to interact and support the elephants.
Everything was good, the market was very quiet as it was a weekday. Ancient City was beautiful and the guide provided a lot of information. We returned to Bangkok about 5:30pm
A really fun day trip. It's definitely worth experiencing both the markets and enjoying some local street food at the Saduak Market.
Very well organized and punctual pick up at the hotel.