I've covered some other floating markets in Bangkok before (link to 3+ floating markets). None of them are the touristy floating markets of Samut Songkran that you tourists get taken too, and as a result they're really really good!
This one is in Min-Buri, an Eastern part of Bangkok known for factories, Mama Noodles are made here, so is Hel-bru-boy (Hales Blue Boy soda syrup). The factory workers are lucky to have a nice big bustling temple on a canal here, and the temple runs this market at weekends and special holidays.
To be a floating market it needs to have boats selling wares, and this one doesn't disappoint with two banks of food boats selling all manner of Thai dishes. You eat onboard, so you have some pleasant bobbing up and down while you tuck into Isan pork, barbecued fish or, like I did, noodles.
(Video after the break)
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