Thai Food at Tha Kha Floating Market (ตลาดน้ำท่าคา) – Don't Miss Aunty's Fried Oyster Omelet!



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There are many floating markets you can visit when you’re in Thailand, and even there are some floating markets located right within Bangkok that are very nice (Khlong Lat Mayom is very nice in Bangkok:

Then there are also many floating markets about a 1 or 1.5 hour drive from Bangkok in a province called Samut Songkhram. In Samut Songkhram there are a number of other famous floating markets. Damnoen Saduak is the most famous of all, and it’s very touristy and gets very packed on the weekend. Amphawa is another Thai floating market that’s big and busy. But I wanted to go to a quieter and more peaceful floating market, so we decided to go to Tha Kha Floating Market (ตลาดน้ำท่าคา), located very close to Amphawa.

It was my first time to visit Tha Kha Floating Market (ตลาดน้ำท่าคา), and I was pleasantly surprised by how small, friendly, and local it was. There’s not a whole lot to do, but there are plenty of floating boats serving food and you can also buy lots of fresh ingredients which come from this area.

Along with plenty of Thai food snacks I ate during this tour of Tha Kha Floating Market (ตลาดน้ำท่าคา), the best thing was the hoy tod (หอยทอด), a fried oyster omelet. There’s something about eating an oily fried oyster omelet when you go to a floating market – it’s kind of like going to a sports game and eating a hot dog – they just go so well together.

I also enjoyed the fruits available at the market, especially starfruit, which was likely picked right off the tree of the lady who was selling it.

When you’re in Thailand, if you want to go to a quiet and peaceful floating market that’s not overly busy and still remains quite local Tha Kha Floating Market (ตลาดน้ำท่าคา) is an amazing option.

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41 Replies to “Thai Food at Tha Kha Floating Market (ตลาดน้ำท่าคา) – Don't Miss Aunty's Fried Oyster Omelet!”

  1. Nora Nora

    I love to watch your videos…hope you can go back to Philippines for more food blog specially in the province of Pangasinan. I like the way you act of eating different foods that makes me feel great and ideas of how the way cook & food presentation. Keep it up, your one of my Idol of blogging & food documentaries!
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  2. Ishag Pichardo

    Hello. My wife and I are from Virginia and are in Thailand for our 1 year anniversary. We visited the floating market today and the wonderful lady cooking the oyster pad thai is amazing. My wife watched your video in researching things to do in Bangkok. Must say, this is a good bit away from the city but well worth the trip, not only for the .60 cent oyster dish but the boat trip around the coconut farm is beautiful and peaceful. Thank you for the information from your video.

  3. Rosalee Rich

    Greetings from Texas 🇺🇸! Mark, I know that Micah is older now, but he wasn't very old in this video. He's just precious. My favorite videos are when you are carrying him. He's much more important than any dish. And when he's with you, that's you letting him know that he is important to you 😇 GOD BLESS YOU ALL ✝ 🙏❤☺🤠🌶🍱📖

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