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5 days from Samut Sakhon to Bangkok

A flight trip from Samut Sakhon to Bangkok for nature and spirit lovers visiting top attractions like Yaowarat Rd., Khaosan Road, Wat Phra Kaew and many more.

5 daysJan 1 - Jan 5, 2022
68 kmRoute
2Provinces
19Places
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Samut Sakhon Province

Samut Sakhon is Thailands leading province of salt production. A short ride from Bangkok, Samut Sakhon is one of the biggest fish distribution centres in Thailand.

Mueang Samut Sakhon

Day 1 (Jan 1, 2022)

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4 places to visit

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Ao Mahachai Mangrove Forest Natural Education Center

Forest

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2 ~ 3 hours

Ao Mahachai Mangrove Forest Natural Education Center highlights the sensitive and essential mangrove eco-system. The centre has a beautiful nature trail along the mangrove forest which takes you around the Tha Chin Estuary, as well as a camping ground for those more adventurous.

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Dolphin Viewpoint

Viewpoint

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2 ~ 3 hours

Dolphin Viewpoint is popular for its ocean views and famous 700 metres long red bridge that passes over the water. Can get very crowded during the weekend.

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Pantai Norasingh Water Park

Water Park

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2 ~ 3 hours

Pantai Norasingh Water Park has a Dinosaur based theme with a variety of water slides and inflatable obstacle courses. A great day out for all the family.

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Samut Sakhon Science Centre for Education

Museum

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2 ~ 3 hours

Samut Sakhon Science Centre for Education has an impressive exhibition on astrology and space, ideal for families with children.

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Mueang Samut Sakhon

Day 2 (Jan 2, 2022)

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5 places to visit

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Wat Yai Chom Prasat

Temple

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1 ~ 2 hours

Wat Yai Chom Prasat is thought to be more than 400-year-old and is now known as a significant royal temple.

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Sanlugmuang Samut Sakorn

Shrine

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1 ~ 2 hours

Sanlugmuang Samut Sakorn was built in 1987 and is known for its traditional Chinese style roof. This shrine is a sacred place for locals who come to worship.

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Mahachai Market

Seafood Market

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2 ~ 3 hours

Mahachai Market is known as one of Thailand’s most inclusive fresh seafood trading places. The market also has a section of vendors selling handicrafts such as wicker furniture, pottery, and colourful locally made sarongs.

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Wat Krok Krak

Temple

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1 ~ 2 hours

Wat Krok Krak is famous for its monk images and Buddha wearing sunglasses. During January the temple holds a festival of celebration.

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Wat Suthiwat Wararam (Wat Chong Lom)

Temple

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1 ~ 2 hours

Wat Chong Lom is an impressive royal temple home to a statue of King Rama V.

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