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Samut Songkhram
About Samut Songkhram

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.

How to go

The Transport Co., Ltd. services Bangkok - Samut Songkhram with daily busses departing from the Southern Bus Terminal on Baromrajajonnani Road. Call at 02-435-5031 for information about air-conditioned busses and 02-434-5557-8 for non-air conditioned busses.

From Wongwianyai Railway Station, there are daily Bangkok - Samut Songkhram trains. Get off at Samut Sakon Province Railway Station, take a boat to Ban Laem Railway Station and get on the train to Samut Songkhram. You can also take a train from Wongwianyai Railway Station in Bangkok, get off at Mahachai Railway Station, and then take a bus to Samut Songkhram. Call Wongwianyai Railway Station at 0-2465-2017 for more information.

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