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Public Question Asked by Avishek about Bangkok
What are places worth visiting in and nearby SamutPrakan , I stay in Samrong ( till June )?
The Best Answer
Answered by thitivajj , Bangkok Metropolis, Thailand
ampawa floating market is famous for traditional & cultural travel style. however, if you want to enjoy fresh seafood, don hoi lord is favorable and worth enough to go.
Answered by Kevin Revolinski , Bangkok, Thailand
Here's a few: Bang Pu, both nature park and seaside restaurant:
And Ancient City:
Answered by a Localyte , Bangkok, Thailand
A museum at BangPu.
And Water markets
Answered by Ken , Muang Samut Prakan, Thailand
The Samrong's areas are Erawan Museum (3 elephants' head), The Ancient Siam (Touring almost in Thailand in 1 day), Bang-Nam-Phueng Market (The ancient market), Phra Samut Chedi Temple, Assumption University (The university with European architecture), Bang-Pu seaside view and so on.
Also you can go almost anywhere in Bangkok by catching buses which very cheap cost. Or, also to go to Pattaya by 1 and half of hour from there, or go to Amphawa Floating market by van within 2 hours, or where elses which near bangkok easily (Lopburi Province, Nakorn Nayok Province, Nakorn Patom Province, Karnchanaburi Province, Ratburi Province, etc.)
If you would like a tour guide,you can contact me. I stay nearby Samrong around 10 kilo from there. If it's a weekend and I'm free, I'm glad to be your tour guide and teach how to take buses with cheap cost. ^_^
Answered by Graham Bear MacMillan , Phuket, Thailand
Hi Supas answers are good, then why not just stay for Songkran Day according to the local Songkran Festival of Raman (Mon) people. Songkran beauty pageants parade, freeing birds and fish, and traditional folk entertainment such as Saba (a pitch and toss game), Thayaemon (a musical composition of Mon) and Mon dancing.