Attractions in Samut Songkhram with things to do and see in Amphawa, information about temples, Amphawa Floating Market, Maeklong Railway Market, and local activities.
Maeklong Railway Market is a local fresh market of Samut Songkhram people. Vendors at the market put stalls and umbrellas along the railway, and hundreds of people go shopping until the train turns up. Vendors quickly packs their things away right before the train goes straight through the middle of the market. Once the train passes, stalls will be reopened again as usual.Read More
Wat Amphawan Chetiyaram is a temple located near King Rama II Memorial Park, and Amphawa floating market. This temple belongs to the Bang Chang family. At present it is a second class royal monastery. The beautiful main building and precious antiques inside the temple were from early Rattanakosin period.Read More
King Rama II Memorial Park was built to honor King Rama II. Museum and traditional Thai house are also located in the park to display houses artifacts from the early Rattanakosin era, the King’s household furniture, and showcases the lives of Thais during the king’s reign.Read More
Thaka floating market is an old classical floating market in Samut Songkhram. Thaka floating market is rendezvous point for vendors on boats selling local home-grown vegetables and fruits. A boat service is also available for visitors who want to explore nearby village, fruit orchards, and demonstration of coconut sugar making.Read More
Nativity of Our Lady Cathedral is one of the oldest Catholic Church in Thailand, founded by Priest Paolo Salomon through the efforts of a French missionary. Its architecture is in the French Gothic style. Visitors can also enjoy its stained glass interiors, statues, candelabra and carvings.Read More
Damnoen Saduak floating market is one of the most famous floating market in Thailand near Bangkok with over 100 years old. There are many Thai and foreign tourists come and visit this floating market everyday. Even it has been changed slightly over time, but its atmosphere is still like 100 years ago.Read More