Mahachai

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Take a ride by local train to a stunning green back-land. Pass by colourful wooden houses, beautiful landscapes and small local stations. The train stops in Mahachai, where a fish market surrounds the station. Mahachai is known for some of the finest fish and crabs brought upriver from the sea. After lunch at a famous local seafood restaurant, you will cross the river, and embark on another back road train. Cross fields and sea salt flats before entering the famous Mae Khlong railway market that swallows the train. Experience how umbrellas and stalls are being opened up again on the train tracks, just seconds after the train has left the station. Visit Mahachai, a slow ride back in time.

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