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Samut Sakhon Province - Thailand Tourist Attractions :

          Samut Sakhon, also called Mahachai, is situated at the mouth of Tha Chin Klong River merging into the Gulf of Thailand. This province was formerly a cargo port where Chinese junks used to arrive. Samut Sakhon is 30 kilometers away from Bangkok and is present in the central part of Thailand.

          The most sought out tourist destination in Samut Sakhon Province is the Pom Wichianchodok, an ancient fortress that symbolizes the history of the province. Apart from these, this province is home for Thailand’s biggest Sea Food Market, called Mahachai Market. The region also contains various Buddhist shrines and temples. Brine salt is largely produced in Samut Sakhon. Visitors can have a glimpse of brine salt farms that stretch over vast areas along the border with Samut Songkhram.

          Adventure lovers can satiate their quest for adventure by visiting the Ao Mahachai Mangrove Forest Study Center. This center is famous for its large mangrove forests that surround the Tha Chin Estuary. Trekking and boating through these forests is an exciting experience.

          The most popular product of this region is the Bencharong. This is a rare form of beautifully ornated pottery that is used as a valuable decorative article. Fruit trees, vegetables and orchards are in plenty in Samut Sakhon. Coconuts with aromatic juice, sweet pomelo fruits, oranges, guavas and grapes are some of the varieties grown here. Seafood such as fresh and dry fish, shrimps, shells and squid are available in abundance.

          Daily trains are available for tourists from Wongwian Yai Railway Station to Mahachai Railway Station. Buses are operated regularly to Samut Sakhon from Bangkok’s Southern Bus Terminal. Alternatively, tourists can even hire a car and travel through Phatkesam Road to reach the province.

Samut Sakhon Province - Thailand Tourist Attractions

 


 

 

 
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