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Amphawa floating market or Sunset floating market

Amphawa floating market is one of the most popular floating market in Thailand. The merchants sell their goods in their boats. Alongside the canal there are shops opening to sell food, drinks, snacks, cloths, and souvenirs.

 

Tha Kha floating market

This floating market offers example of local life. Local merchants sell agricultural products in their boats in the morning.

 

Bang Nok Kwaek floating market

Aged more than 150 years old, the market is not so far away from the infamous Amphawa floating market. Aside from merchants in their boats, the classic wooden buildings alongside the canal is a fascinating attraction to visit.

 

Bang Noi floating market

This floating market is simple, and quieter just how traditional Thai life is expected to be.

 

Rom Hoob market (Umbrella Market)

The market locates near Mae Klong train station, and right next to railway. Shopkeepers will open their umbrellas or awnings during their business time and shut them when a train comes.

 

Wat Amphawan Chetiyaram

The area in the back of this temple was a house of King Rama I or the first king of the current reign of Thailand and his queen. The house is also the birth place of King Rama II.

 

King Rama II Park

Also known as King Rama II museum, the attraction locates near Wat Amphawan and Amphawa floating market. It exhibits ancient artifacts from early Rattanakosin era such as, Bencharong, kitchenware, Thai mythical masks, etc.

 

Bang Kung Camp

The camp plays significant role in Thai history. A church in the area is covered by four types of trees; Photi, Sai, Krai, and Krang. The church is called Prok Photi.

 

Nativity of Our Lady Cathedral

The cathedral situates by the river, showing its beautiful architecture and interior decoration.

 

Don Hoi Lot

It is the shoal locating near Mar Klong River, which caused by precipitation of snady soil from main land. There are many types of shellfish in the area but mostly are razor clam. Don Hoi Lot is a famous place to find fresh and dried seafood, including many other local goods. Seafood dining is also available along the whole road.

 

Chang-Eng Siamese Twins Memorial

The memorial is to celebrate the life of the famous conjoined twins Chang and Eng who brought much renown to Thailand.

 

Wat Petch Samut Wora Viharn

 

The temple is a house of Luang Por Wat Baan Laem buddha image which is one of the very important ones in Thailand.

 

Fireflies Cruise

Tourists can board the romantic boat ride at Amphawa floating market to see the firefly at night when they amazingly glitter before your eyes. 

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How to go

The Transport company provides buses from Bangkok to Samut Songkhram from Southbound bus terminal is Borommaratchachonnani road. The buses depart every day from 5:50 am – 9:00 pm. Air-conditioned buses (operated by Damnoen Tour) are available as well. Contact tel. 0 2894 6355 or www.transport.co.th

 

Another way to book your bus ride via online booking provided by the Transport company’s website www.busticket.in.th or www.thaiticketmajor.com as well as www.thairoute.com

There are trains from Wong Wien Yai station to Mahachai station available every day. To get to Samut Songkhram, take the train and get off at Mahachai station in Samut Sakorn province to take ferry from Mahachai pier to Tha Chalom pier. Then take another train from Baan Laem station to Samut Songkhram. An alternative way is taking a bus from Mahachai train station to Samut Songkhram.

Contact Wong Wien Yai station for more information about train schedule at tel. 0 2465 2017, 0 2890 6260 or www.railway.co.th

 

You can also book a ticket online (e-TSRT) at https://www.thairailwayticket.com/eTSRT/

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Samut Songkhram Attractions

Amphawa floating market or Sunset floating market

Amphawa floating market is one of the most popular floating market in Thailand. The merchants sell their goods in their boats. Alongside the canal there are shops opening to sell food, drinks, snacks, cloths, and souvenirs.

 

Tha Kha floating market

This floating market offers example of local life. Local merchants sell agricultural products in their boats in the morning.

 

Bang Nok Kwaek floating market

Aged more than 150 years old, the market is not so far away from the infamous Amphawa floating market. Aside from merchants in their boats, the classic wooden buildings alongside the canal is a fascinating attraction to visit.

 

Bang Noi floating market

This floating market is simple, and quieter just how traditional Thai life is expected to be.

 

Rom Hoob market (Umbrella Market)

The market locates near Mae Klong train station, and right next to railway. Shopkeepers will open their umbrellas or awnings during their business time and shut them when a train comes.

 

Wat Amphawan Chetiyaram

The area in the back of this temple was a house of King Rama I or the first king of the current reign of Thailand and his queen. The house is also the birth place of King Rama II.

 

King Rama II Park

Also known as King Rama II museum, the attraction locates near Wat Amphawan and Amphawa floating market. It exhibits ancient artifacts from early Rattanakosin era such as, Bencharong, kitchenware, Thai mythical masks, etc.

 

Bang Kung Camp

The camp plays significant role in Thai history. A church in the area is covered by four types of trees; Photi, Sai, Krai, and Krang. The church is called Prok Photi.

 

Nativity of Our Lady Cathedral

The cathedral situates by the river, showing its beautiful architecture and interior decoration.

 

Don Hoi Lot

It is the shoal locating near Mar Klong River, which caused by precipitation of snady soil from main land. There are many types of shellfish in the area but mostly are razor clam. Don Hoi Lot is a famous place to find fresh and dried seafood, including many other local goods. Seafood dining is also available along the whole road.

 

Chang-Eng Siamese Twins Memorial

The memorial is to celebrate the life of the famous conjoined twins Chang and Eng who brought much renown to Thailand.

 

Wat Petch Samut Wora Viharn

 

The temple is a house of Luang Por Wat Baan Laem buddha image which is one of the very important ones in Thailand.

 

Fireflies Cruise

Tourists can board the romantic boat ride at Amphawa floating market to see the firefly at night when they amazingly glitter before your eyes. 

Samut Songkhram is a small but interesting province because part of it connects to the Gulf of Thailand and has Mae Klong River flows through. The province ahs fascinating history and unique tourist attractions.

Even the province is close to Bangkok but the life of locals is still conservative in many ways. Tourists who love to experience culture and traditional lifestyle, Samut Songkhram travel is where you can see vegetable gardening, making coconut sugar, or visiting Tha Kha floating market.

 

Samut Songkhram is divided in to 3 districts which are Maung Songkhram, Bang Khontee, and Amphawa.

Samut Songkhram is located just southwest of Bangkok, along the Gulf of Thailand. Attractions in the province include floating markets, temples, a Siamese cat house, and the Ban Phaya So - the home of a famous alto fiddle maker who combines the art of traditional Thai music with wood carving.

There are plenty of hotels, resorts, and guesthouses in Samut Songkhram. Many of them are by the river and canals. Homestay accommodations can be found in Klong Kone sub-district, including other area in Amphawa and Bang Khon Tee district. These accommodations are mostly run by local association which aims to preserve local tradition, lifestyle, and culture for visitors to learn from direct experience.

In addition to its great historical attractions, Samut Songkhram boasts a variety of cultural attractions and some fine natural sites.

Samut Songkhram Things to do

Tourists can enjoy ecotourism including natural, history, and cultural activities such as, taking a scenic cruise to see riverside residences and local life. In addition, there are floating markets, fireflies cruise, cycling, staying in homestay lodge and visiting fruit farms are also interesting activities.  

There are many choices for dining in Samut Songkhram ranging from made-to-order to single dishes. Local food and cuisine are easy to find in restaurants in town and attractions around the province.

 

Tourists attractions always have souvenirs for visitors to purchase. The interesting products are seafood which come fresh, dry, and processed for alternative choices. 

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Samut Songkhram Attractions

Amphawa floating market or Sunset floating market

Amphawa floating market is one of the most popular floating market in Thailand. The merchants sell their goods in their boats. Alongside the canal there are shops opening to sell food, drinks, snacks, cloths, and souvenirs.

 

Tha Kha floating market

This floating market offers example of local life. Local merchants sell agricultural products in their boats in the morning.

 

Bang Nok Kwaek floating market

Aged more than 150 years old, the market is not so far away from the infamous Amphawa floating market. Aside from merchants in their boats, the classic wooden buildings alongside the canal is a fascinating attraction to visit.

 

Bang Noi floating market

This floating market is simple, and quieter just how traditional Thai life is expected to be.

 

Rom Hoob market (Umbrella Market)

The market locates near Mae Klong train station, and right next to railway. Shopkeepers will open their umbrellas or awnings during their business time and shut them when a train comes.

 

Wat Amphawan Chetiyaram

The area in the back of this temple was a house of King Rama I or the first king of the current reign of Thailand and his queen. The house is also the birth place of King Rama II.

 

King Rama II Park

Also known as King Rama II museum, the attraction locates near Wat Amphawan and Amphawa floating market. It exhibits ancient artifacts from early Rattanakosin era such as, Bencharong, kitchenware, Thai mythical masks, etc.

 

Bang Kung Camp

The camp plays significant role in Thai history. A church in the area is covered by four types of trees; Photi, Sai, Krai, and Krang. The church is called Prok Photi.

 

Nativity of Our Lady Cathedral

The cathedral situates by the river, showing its beautiful architecture and interior decoration.

 

Don Hoi Lot

It is the shoal locating near Mar Klong River, which caused by precipitation of snady soil from main land. There are many types of shellfish in the area but mostly are razor clam. Don Hoi Lot is a famous place to find fresh and dried seafood, including many other local goods. Seafood dining is also available along the whole road.

 

Chang-Eng Siamese Twins Memorial

The memorial is to celebrate the life of the famous conjoined twins Chang and Eng who brought much renown to Thailand.

 

Wat Petch Samut Wora Viharn

 

The temple is a house of Luang Por Wat Baan Laem buddha image which is one of the very important ones in Thailand.

 

Fireflies Cruise

Tourists can board the romantic boat ride at Amphawa floating market to see the firefly at night when they amazingly glitter before your eyes. 

Samut Songkhram is a small but interesting province because part of it connects to the Gulf of Thailand and has Mae Klong River flows through. The province ahs fascinating history and unique tourist attractions.

Even the province is close to Bangkok but the life of locals is still conservative in many ways. Tourists who love to experience culture and traditional lifestyle, Samut Songkhram travel is where you can see vegetable gardening, making coconut sugar, or visiting Tha Kha floating market.

 

Samut Songkhram is divided in to 3 districts which are Maung Songkhram, Bang Khontee, and Amphawa.

Samut Songkhram is located just southwest of Bangkok, along the Gulf of Thailand. Attractions in the province include floating markets, temples, a Siamese cat house, and the Ban Phaya So - the home of a famous alto fiddle maker who combines the art of traditional Thai music with wood carving.

There are plenty of hotels, resorts, and guesthouses in Samut Songkhram. Many of them are by the river and canals. Homestay accommodations can be found in Klong Kone sub-district, including other area in Amphawa and Bang Khon Tee district. These accommodations are mostly run by local association which aims to preserve local tradition, lifestyle, and culture for visitors to learn from direct experience.

In addition to its great historical attractions, Samut Songkhram boasts a variety of cultural attractions and some fine natural sites.

Samut Songkhram Things to do

Tourists can enjoy ecotourism including natural, history, and cultural activities such as, taking a scenic cruise to see riverside residences and local life. In addition, there are floating markets, fireflies cruise, cycling, staying in homestay lodge and visiting fruit farms are also interesting activities.  

There are many choices for dining in Samut Songkhram ranging from made-to-order to single dishes. Local food and cuisine are easy to find in restaurants in town and attractions around the province.

 

Tourists attractions always have souvenirs for visitors to purchase. The interesting products are seafood which come fresh, dry, and processed for alternative choices. 

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Samut Songkhram Attractions

Amphawa floating market or Sunset floating market

Amphawa floating market is one of the most popular floating market in Thailand. The merchants sell their goods in their boats. Alongside the canal there are shops opening to sell food, drinks, snacks, cloths, and souvenirs.

 

Tha Kha floating market

This floating market offers example of local life. Local merchants sell agricultural products in their boats in the morning.

 

Bang Nok Kwaek floating market

Aged more than 150 years old, the market is not so far away from the infamous Amphawa floating market. Aside from merchants in their boats, the classic wooden buildings alongside the canal is a fascinating attraction to visit.

 

Bang Noi floating market

This floating market is simple, and quieter just how traditional Thai life is expected to be.

 

Rom Hoob market (Umbrella Market)

The market locates near Mae Klong train station, and right next to railway. Shopkeepers will open their umbrellas or awnings during their business time and shut them when a train comes.

 

Wat Amphawan Chetiyaram

The area in the back of this temple was a house of King Rama I or the first king of the current reign of Thailand and his queen. The house is also the birth place of King Rama II.

 

King Rama II Park

Also known as King Rama II museum, the attraction locates near Wat Amphawan and Amphawa floating market. It exhibits ancient artifacts from early Rattanakosin era such as, Bencharong, kitchenware, Thai mythical masks, etc.

 

Bang Kung Camp

The camp plays significant role in Thai history. A church in the area is covered by four types of trees; Photi, Sai, Krai, and Krang. The church is called Prok Photi.

 

Nativity of Our Lady Cathedral

The cathedral situates by the river, showing its beautiful architecture and interior decoration.

 

Don Hoi Lot

It is the shoal locating near Mar Klong River, which caused by precipitation of snady soil from main land. There are many types of shellfish in the area but mostly are razor clam. Don Hoi Lot is a famous place to find fresh and dried seafood, including many other local goods. Seafood dining is also available along the whole road.

 

Chang-Eng Siamese Twins Memorial

The memorial is to celebrate the life of the famous conjoined twins Chang and Eng who brought much renown to Thailand.

 

Wat Petch Samut Wora Viharn

 

The temple is a house of Luang Por Wat Baan Laem buddha image which is one of the very important ones in Thailand.

 

Fireflies Cruise

Tourists can board the romantic boat ride at Amphawa floating market to see the firefly at night when they amazingly glitter before your eyes. 

Samut Songkhram is a small but interesting province because part of it connects to the Gulf of Thailand and has Mae Klong River flows through. The province ahs fascinating history and unique tourist attractions.

Even the province is close to Bangkok but the life of locals is still conservative in many ways. Tourists who love to experience culture and traditional lifestyle, Samut Songkhram travel is where you can see vegetable gardening, making coconut sugar, or visiting Tha Kha floating market.

 

Samut Songkhram is divided in to 3 districts which are Maung Songkhram, Bang Khontee, and Amphawa.

Samut Songkhram is located just southwest of Bangkok, along the Gulf of Thailand. Attractions in the province include floating markets, temples, a Siamese cat house, and the Ban Phaya So - the home of a famous alto fiddle maker who combines the art of traditional Thai music with wood carving.

There are plenty of hotels, resorts, and guesthouses in Samut Songkhram. Many of them are by the river and canals. Homestay accommodations can be found in Klong Kone sub-district, including other area in Amphawa and Bang Khon Tee district. These accommodations are mostly run by local association which aims to preserve local tradition, lifestyle, and culture for visitors to learn from direct experience.

In addition to its great historical attractions, Samut Songkhram boasts a variety of cultural attractions and some fine natural sites.

Samut Songkhram Things to do

Tourists can enjoy ecotourism including natural, history, and cultural activities such as, taking a scenic cruise to see riverside residences and local life. In addition, there are floating markets, fireflies cruise, cycling, staying in homestay lodge and visiting fruit farms are also interesting activities.  

There are many choices for dining in Samut Songkhram ranging from made-to-order to single dishes. Local food and cuisine are easy to find in restaurants in town and attractions around the province.

 

Tourists attractions always have souvenirs for visitors to purchase. The interesting products are seafood which come fresh, dry, and processed for alternative choices. 

Samut Songkhram Attractions

Amphawa floating market or Sunset floating market

Amphawa floating market is one of the most popular floating market in Thailand. The merchants sell their goods in their boats. Alongside the canal there are shops opening to sell food, drinks, snacks, cloths, and souvenirs.

 

Tha Kha floating market

This floating market offers example of local life. Local merchants sell agricultural products in their boats in the morning.

 

Bang Nok Kwaek floating market

Aged more than 150 years old, the market is not so far away from the infamous Amphawa floating market. Aside from merchants in their boats, the classic wooden buildings alongside the canal is a fascinating attraction to visit.

 

Bang Noi floating market

This floating market is simple, and quieter just how traditional Thai life is expected to be.

 

Rom Hoob market (Umbrella Market)

The market locates near Mae Klong train station, and right next to railway. Shopkeepers will open their umbrellas or awnings during their business time and shut them when a train comes.

 

Wat Amphawan Chetiyaram

The area in the back of this temple was a house of King Rama I or the first king of the current reign of Thailand and his queen. The house is also the birth place of King Rama II.

 

King Rama II Park

Also known as King Rama II museum, the attraction locates near Wat Amphawan and Amphawa floating market. It exhibits ancient artifacts from early Rattanakosin era such as, Bencharong, kitchenware, Thai mythical masks, etc.

 

Bang Kung Camp

The camp plays significant role in Thai history. A church in the area is covered by four types of trees; Photi, Sai, Krai, and Krang. The church is called Prok Photi.

 

Nativity of Our Lady Cathedral

The cathedral situates by the river, showing its beautiful architecture and interior decoration.

 

Don Hoi Lot

It is the shoal locating near Mar Klong River, which caused by precipitation of snady soil from main land. There are many types of shellfish in the area but mostly are razor clam. Don Hoi Lot is a famous place to find fresh and dried seafood, including many other local goods. Seafood dining is also available along the whole road.

 

Chang-Eng Siamese Twins Memorial

The memorial is to celebrate the life of the famous conjoined twins Chang and Eng who brought much renown to Thailand.

 

Wat Petch Samut Wora Viharn

 

The temple is a house of Luang Por Wat Baan Laem buddha image which is one of the very important ones in Thailand.

 

Fireflies Cruise

Tourists can board the romantic boat ride at Amphawa floating market to see the firefly at night when they amazingly glitter before your eyes. 

Samut Songkhram is a small but interesting province because part of it connects to the Gulf of Thailand and has Mae Klong River flows through. The province ahs fascinating history and unique tourist attractions.

Even the province is close to Bangkok but the life of locals is still conservative in many ways. Tourists who love to experience culture and traditional lifestyle, Samut Songkhram travel is where you can see vegetable gardening, making coconut sugar, or visiting Tha Kha floating market.

 

Samut Songkhram is divided in to 3 districts which are Maung Songkhram, Bang Khontee, and Amphawa.

Samut Songkhram is located just southwest of Bangkok, along the Gulf of Thailand. Attractions in the province include floating markets, temples, a Siamese cat house, and the Ban Phaya So - the home of a famous alto fiddle maker who combines the art of traditional Thai music with wood carving.

There are plenty of hotels, resorts, and guesthouses in Samut Songkhram. Many of them are by the river and canals. Homestay accommodations can be found in Klong Kone sub-district, including other area in Amphawa and Bang Khon Tee district. These accommodations are mostly run by local association which aims to preserve local tradition, lifestyle, and culture for visitors to learn from direct experience.

In addition to its great historical attractions, Samut Songkhram boasts a variety of cultural attractions and some fine natural sites.

Samut Songkhram Things to do

Tourists can enjoy ecotourism including natural, history, and cultural activities such as, taking a scenic cruise to see riverside residences and local life. In addition, there are floating markets, fireflies cruise, cycling, staying in homestay lodge and visiting fruit farms are also interesting activities.  

There are many choices for dining in Samut Songkhram ranging from made-to-order to single dishes. Local food and cuisine are easy to find in restaurants in town and attractions around the province.

 

Tourists attractions always have souvenirs for visitors to purchase. The interesting products are seafood which come fresh, dry, and processed for alternative choices. 

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Samut Songkhram Attractions

Amphawa floating market or Sunset floating market

Amphawa floating market is one of the most popular floating market in Thailand. The merchants sell their goods in their boats. Alongside the canal there are shops opening to sell food, drinks, snacks, cloths, and souvenirs.

 

Tha Kha floating market

This floating market offers example of local life. Local merchants sell agricultural products in their boats in the morning.

 

Bang Nok Kwaek floating market

Aged more than 150 years old, the market is not so far away from the infamous Amphawa floating market. Aside from merchants in their boats, the classic wooden buildings alongside the canal is a fascinating attraction to visit.

 

Bang Noi floating market

This floating market is simple, and quieter just how traditional Thai life is expected to be.

 

Rom Hoob market (Umbrella Market)

The market locates near Mae Klong train station, and right next to railway. Shopkeepers will open their umbrellas or awnings during their business time and shut them when a train comes.

 

Wat Amphawan Chetiyaram

The area in the back of this temple was a house of King Rama I or the first king of the current reign of Thailand and his queen. The house is also the birth place of King Rama II.

 

King Rama II Park

Also known as King Rama II museum, the attraction locates near Wat Amphawan and Amphawa floating market. It exhibits ancient artifacts from early Rattanakosin era such as, Bencharong, kitchenware, Thai mythical masks, etc.

 

Bang Kung Camp

The camp plays significant role in Thai history. A church in the area is covered by four types of trees; Photi, Sai, Krai, and Krang. The church is called Prok Photi.

 

Nativity of Our Lady Cathedral

The cathedral situates by the river, showing its beautiful architecture and interior decoration.

 

Don Hoi Lot

It is the shoal locating near Mar Klong River, which caused by precipitation of snady soil from main land. There are many types of shellfish in the area but mostly are razor clam. Don Hoi Lot is a famous place to find fresh and dried seafood, including many other local goods. Seafood dining is also available along the whole road.

 

Chang-Eng Siamese Twins Memorial

The memorial is to celebrate the life of the famous conjoined twins Chang and Eng who brought much renown to Thailand.

 

Wat Petch Samut Wora Viharn

 

The temple is a house of Luang Por Wat Baan Laem buddha image which is one of the very important ones in Thailand.

 

Fireflies Cruise

Tourists can board the romantic boat ride at Amphawa floating market to see the firefly at night when they amazingly glitter before your eyes. 

Samut Songkhram is a small but interesting province because part of it connects to the Gulf of Thailand and has Mae Klong River flows through. The province ahs fascinating history and unique tourist attractions.

Even the province is close to Bangkok but the life of locals is still conservative in many ways. Tourists who love to experience culture and traditional lifestyle, Samut Songkhram travel is where you can see vegetable gardening, making coconut sugar, or visiting Tha Kha floating market.

 

Samut Songkhram is divided in to 3 districts which are Maung Songkhram, Bang Khontee, and Amphawa.

Samut Songkhram is located just southwest of Bangkok, along the Gulf of Thailand. Attractions in the province include floating markets, temples, a Siamese cat house, and the Ban Phaya So - the home of a famous alto fiddle maker who combines the art of traditional Thai music with wood carving.

There are plenty of hotels, resorts, and guesthouses in Samut Songkhram. Many of them are by the river and canals. Homestay accommodations can be found in Klong Kone sub-district, including other area in Amphawa and Bang Khon Tee district. These accommodations are mostly run by local association which aims to preserve local tradition, lifestyle, and culture for visitors to learn from direct experience.

In addition to its great historical attractions, Samut Songkhram boasts a variety of cultural attractions and some fine natural sites.

Samut Songkhram Things to do

Tourists can enjoy ecotourism including natural, history, and cultural activities such as, taking a scenic cruise to see riverside residences and local life. In addition, there are floating markets, fireflies cruise, cycling, staying in homestay lodge and visiting fruit farms are also interesting activities.  

There are many choices for dining in Samut Songkhram ranging from made-to-order to single dishes. Local food and cuisine are easy to find in restaurants in town and attractions around the province.

 

Tourists attractions always have souvenirs for visitors to purchase. The interesting products are seafood which come fresh, dry, and processed for alternative choices. 

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Samut Songkhram Attractions

Amphawa floating market or Sunset floating market

Amphawa floating market is one of the most popular floating market in Thailand. The merchants sell their goods in their boats. Alongside the canal there are shops opening to sell food, drinks, snacks, cloths, and souvenirs.

 

Tha Kha floating market

This floating market offers example of local life. Local merchants sell agricultural products in their boats in the morning.

 

Bang Nok Kwaek floating market

Aged more than 150 years old, the market is not so far away from the infamous Amphawa floating market. Aside from merchants in their boats, the classic wooden buildings alongside the canal is a fascinating attraction to visit.

 

Bang Noi floating market

This floating market is simple, and quieter just how traditional Thai life is expected to be.

 

Rom Hoob market (Umbrella Market)

The market locates near Mae Klong train station, and right next to railway. Shopkeepers will open their umbrellas or awnings during their business time and shut them when a train comes.

 

Wat Amphawan Chetiyaram

The area in the back of this temple was a house of King Rama I or the first king of the current reign of Thailand and his queen. The house is also the birth place of King Rama II.

 

King Rama II Park

Also known as King Rama II museum, the attraction locates near Wat Amphawan and Amphawa floating market. It exhibits ancient artifacts from early Rattanakosin era such as, Bencharong, kitchenware, Thai mythical masks, etc.

 

Bang Kung Camp

The camp plays significant role in Thai history. A church in the area is covered by four types of trees; Photi, Sai, Krai, and Krang. The church is called Prok Photi.

 

Nativity of Our Lady Cathedral

The cathedral situates by the river, showing its beautiful architecture and interior decoration.

 

Don Hoi Lot

It is the shoal locating near Mar Klong River, which caused by precipitation of snady soil from main land. There are many types of shellfish in the area but mostly are razor clam. Don Hoi Lot is a famous place to find fresh and dried seafood, including many other local goods. Seafood dining is also available along the whole road.

 

Chang-Eng Siamese Twins Memorial

The memorial is to celebrate the life of the famous conjoined twins Chang and Eng who brought much renown to Thailand.

 

Wat Petch Samut Wora Viharn

 

The temple is a house of Luang Por Wat Baan Laem buddha image which is one of the very important ones in Thailand.

 

Fireflies Cruise

Tourists can board the romantic boat ride at Amphawa floating market to see the firefly at night when they amazingly glitter before your eyes. 

Samut Songkhram is a small but interesting province because part of it connects to the Gulf of Thailand and has Mae Klong River flows through. The province ahs fascinating history and unique tourist attractions.

Even the province is close to Bangkok but the life of locals is still conservative in many ways. Tourists who love to experience culture and traditional lifestyle, Samut Songkhram travel is where you can see vegetable gardening, making coconut sugar, or visiting Tha Kha floating market.

 

Samut Songkhram is divided in to 3 districts which are Maung Songkhram, Bang Khontee, and Amphawa.

Samut Songkhram is located just southwest of Bangkok, along the Gulf of Thailand. Attractions in the province include floating markets, temples, a Siamese cat house, and the Ban Phaya So - the home of a famous alto fiddle maker who combines the art of traditional Thai music with wood carving.

There are plenty of hotels, resorts, and guesthouses in Samut Songkhram. Many of them are by the river and canals. Homestay accommodations can be found in Klong Kone sub-district, including other area in Amphawa and Bang Khon Tee district. These accommodations are mostly run by local association which aims to preserve local tradition, lifestyle, and culture for visitors to learn from direct experience.

In addition to its great historical attractions, Samut Songkhram boasts a variety of cultural attractions and some fine natural sites.

Samut Songkhram Things to do

Tourists can enjoy ecotourism including natural, history, and cultural activities such as, taking a scenic cruise to see riverside residences and local life. In addition, there are floating markets, fireflies cruise, cycling, staying in homestay lodge and visiting fruit farms are also interesting activities.  

There are many choices for dining in Samut Songkhram ranging from made-to-order to single dishes. Local food and cuisine are easy to find in restaurants in town and attractions around the province.

 

Tourists attractions always have souvenirs for visitors to purchase. The interesting products are seafood which come fresh, dry, and processed for alternative choices. 

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Samut Songkhram Attractions

Amphawa floating market or Sunset floating market

Amphawa floating market is one of the most popular floating market in Thailand. The merchants sell their goods in their boats. Alongside the canal there are shops opening to sell food, drinks, snacks, cloths, and souvenirs.

 

Tha Kha floating market

This floating market offers example of local life. Local merchants sell agricultural products in their boats in the morning.

 

Bang Nok Kwaek floating market

Aged more than 150 years old, the market is not so far away from the infamous Amphawa floating market. Aside from merchants in their boats, the classic wooden buildings alongside the canal is a fascinating attraction to visit.

 

Bang Noi floating market

This floating market is simple, and quieter just how traditional Thai life is expected to be.

 

Rom Hoob market (Umbrella Market)

The market locates near Mae Klong train station, and right next to railway. Shopkeepers will open their umbrellas or awnings during their business time and shut them when a train comes.

 

Wat Amphawan Chetiyaram

The area in the back of this temple was a house of King Rama I or the first king of the current reign of Thailand and his queen. The house is also the birth place of King Rama II.

 

King Rama II Park

Also known as King Rama II museum, the attraction locates near Wat Amphawan and Amphawa floating market. It exhibits ancient artifacts from early Rattanakosin era such as, Bencharong, kitchenware, Thai mythical masks, etc.

 

Bang Kung Camp

The camp plays significant role in Thai history. A church in the area is covered by four types of trees; Photi, Sai, Krai, and Krang. The church is called Prok Photi.

 

Nativity of Our Lady Cathedral

The cathedral situates by the river, showing its beautiful architecture and interior decoration.

 

Don Hoi Lot

It is the shoal locating near Mar Klong River, which caused by precipitation of snady soil from main land. There are many types of shellfish in the area but mostly are razor clam. Don Hoi Lot is a famous place to find fresh and dried seafood, including many other local goods. Seafood dining is also available along the whole road.

 

Chang-Eng Siamese Twins Memorial

The memorial is to celebrate the life of the famous conjoined twins Chang and Eng who brought much renown to Thailand.

 

Wat Petch Samut Wora Viharn

 

The temple is a house of Luang Por Wat Baan Laem buddha image which is one of the very important ones in Thailand.

 

Fireflies Cruise

Tourists can board the romantic boat ride at Amphawa floating market to see the firefly at night when they amazingly glitter before your eyes. 

Samut Songkhram is a small but interesting province because part of it connects to the Gulf of Thailand and has Mae Klong River flows through. The province ahs fascinating history and unique tourist attractions.

Even the province is close to Bangkok but the life of locals is still conservative in many ways. Tourists who love to experience culture and traditional lifestyle, Samut Songkhram travel is where you can see vegetable gardening, making coconut sugar, or visiting Tha Kha floating market.

 

Samut Songkhram is divided in to 3 districts which are Maung Songkhram, Bang Khontee, and Amphawa.

Samut Songkhram is located just southwest of Bangkok, along the Gulf of Thailand. Attractions in the province include floating markets, temples, a Siamese cat house, and the Ban Phaya So - the home of a famous alto fiddle maker who combines the art of traditional Thai music with wood carving.

There are plenty of hotels, resorts, and guesthouses in Samut Songkhram. Many of them are by the river and canals. Homestay accommodations can be found in Klong Kone sub-district, including other area in Amphawa and Bang Khon Tee district. These accommodations are mostly run by local association which aims to preserve local tradition, lifestyle, and culture for visitors to learn from direct experience.

In addition to its great historical attractions, Samut Songkhram boasts a variety of cultural attractions and some fine natural sites.

Samut Songkhram Things to do

Tourists can enjoy ecotourism including natural, history, and cultural activities such as, taking a scenic cruise to see riverside residences and local life. In addition, there are floating markets, fireflies cruise, cycling, staying in homestay lodge and visiting fruit farms are also interesting activities.  

There are many choices for dining in Samut Songkhram ranging from made-to-order to single dishes. Local food and cuisine are easy to find in restaurants in town and attractions around the province.

 

Tourists attractions always have souvenirs for visitors to purchase. The interesting products are seafood which come fresh, dry, and processed for alternative choices. 

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Samut Songkhram Attractions

Amphawa floating market or Sunset floating market

Amphawa floating market is one of the most popular floating market in Thailand. The merchants sell their goods in their boats. Alongside the canal there are shops opening to sell food, drinks, snacks, cloths, and souvenirs.

 

Tha Kha floating market

This floating market offers example of local life. Local merchants sell agricultural products in their boats in the morning.

 

Bang Nok Kwaek floating market

Aged more than 150 years old, the market is not so far away from the infamous Amphawa floating market. Aside from merchants in their boats, the classic wooden buildings alongside the canal is a fascinating attraction to visit.

 

Bang Noi floating market

This floating market is simple, and quieter just how traditional Thai life is expected to be.

 

Rom Hoob market (Umbrella Market)

The market locates near Mae Klong train station, and right next to railway. Shopkeepers will open their umbrellas or awnings during their business time and shut them when a train comes.

 

Wat Amphawan Chetiyaram

The area in the back of this temple was a house of King Rama I or the first king of the current reign of Thailand and his queen. The house is also the birth place of King Rama II.

 

King Rama II Park

Also known as King Rama II museum, the attraction locates near Wat Amphawan and Amphawa floating market. It exhibits ancient artifacts from early Rattanakosin era such as, Bencharong, kitchenware, Thai mythical masks, etc.

 

Bang Kung Camp

The camp plays significant role in Thai history. A church in the area is covered by four types of trees; Photi, Sai, Krai, and Krang. The church is called Prok Photi.

 

Nativity of Our Lady Cathedral

The cathedral situates by the river, showing its beautiful architecture and interior decoration.

 

Don Hoi Lot

It is the shoal locating near Mar Klong River, which caused by precipitation of snady soil from main land. There are many types of shellfish in the area but mostly are razor clam. Don Hoi Lot is a famous place to find fresh and dried seafood, including many other local goods. Seafood dining is also available along the whole road.

 

Chang-Eng Siamese Twins Memorial

The memorial is to celebrate the life of the famous conjoined twins Chang and Eng who brought much renown to Thailand.

 

Wat Petch Samut Wora Viharn

 

The temple is a house of Luang Por Wat Baan Laem buddha image which is one of the very important ones in Thailand.

 

Fireflies Cruise

Tourists can board the romantic boat ride at Amphawa floating market to see the firefly at night when they amazingly glitter before your eyes. 

Samut Songkhram is a small but interesting province because part of it connects to the Gulf of Thailand and has Mae Klong River flows through. The province ahs fascinating history and unique tourist attractions.

Even the province is close to Bangkok but the life of locals is still conservative in many ways. Tourists who love to experience culture and traditional lifestyle, Samut Songkhram travel is where you can see vegetable gardening, making coconut sugar, or visiting Tha Kha floating market.

 

Samut Songkhram is divided in to 3 districts which are Maung Songkhram, Bang Khontee, and Amphawa.

Samut Songkhram is located just southwest of Bangkok, along the Gulf of Thailand. Attractions in the province include floating markets, temples, a Siamese cat house, and the Ban Phaya So - the home of a famous alto fiddle maker who combines the art of traditional Thai music with wood carving.

There are plenty of hotels, resorts, and guesthouses in Samut Songkhram. Many of them are by the river and canals. Homestay accommodations can be found in Klong Kone sub-district, including other area in Amphawa and Bang Khon Tee district. These accommodations are mostly run by local association which aims to preserve local tradition, lifestyle, and culture for visitors to learn from direct experience.

In addition to its great historical attractions, Samut Songkhram boasts a variety of cultural attractions and some fine natural sites.

Samut Songkhram Things to do

Tourists can enjoy ecotourism including natural, history, and cultural activities such as, taking a scenic cruise to see riverside residences and local life. In addition, there are floating markets, fireflies cruise, cycling, staying in homestay lodge and visiting fruit farms are also interesting activities.  

There are many choices for dining in Samut Songkhram ranging from made-to-order to single dishes. Local food and cuisine are easy to find in restaurants in town and attractions around the province.

 

Tourists attractions always have souvenirs for visitors to purchase. The interesting products are seafood which come fresh, dry, and processed for alternative choices.