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Agree with everything 'Jumbuk' above reviewer says! I suggest you eat before coming into Damnoen Saduak in the evening, as there really are just street vendors to buy food from. Have a coffee in the morning, and then head by riverboat to the market, which is great, we had the best breakfast of coconut cakes, coffee, fresh pomelo and vegetable spring rolls, all cooked or made on the boat in front of us. After the market, get the hell out!
There is a street side sign advertising a "resort" 2km out of town. If you catch a public bus from Bangkok Southern Bus Terminal 70bt each , when you get off the bus at the end of the route, cross the road and keep heading along the main road towards the bridge.
At the police station turn right and the hotel is mtrs along. The room was large and sparse - it smelt as though a chemical explosion had occurred- not bad if you like sniffing petroleum based products. The bed was as hard as granite and the basic bathroom had only cold water.
No eating facilities are available at the hotel. The main section of town is not at all set up for tourists and is extremely basic. Eating is from food vendors along the road or a microwaved burger from the The street food was good, however my ever cautious travelling campanion was not willing to risk it. Why come here? A "private" long tail boat for two hours am booked from the hotel is bt. Its only a short walk to the canal and a 5 minute boat ride to the markets.
Yes by being there early you can miss many tourists, however you don't fully experience the "log-jam" of boats seen on post cards. Also the sun hasn't risen above the sheds along the canals by 7am and hence the photographic opportunities are limited until well after 8am.