The market is from the idea of the ex-village headman. Nowadays, the market has been developed in every aspect as more tourists visit here unceasingly. Here you can note many vehicles entering to the market because the road to the market is the road to HadYai town.
At floating market, vendors pack their wares onto small boats and jostle with each other for the attention of buyers alongside canals. There is a large number of vendors selling a big variety of local Thai food and snacks. The market also has a campaign for the environment as the sellers use bamboo tubes, coconut shells and clay pots instead of using plastic bags or foam boxes.
The market is quite different from the Amphawa Floating Market as the vendors wear hijab because most of local people are muslims.
Open daily on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays and on Public Holidays, especially on Songkran Day which many Malaysian people come to join the festival.