Samut Songkhram is a Thai province on the Gulf of Thailand, southwest of Bangkok and at the mouth of the Mae Klong River to the Gulf of Thailand. One of the main attractions in the province is the Amphawa Floating Market where you will find local seafood cooked in wooden boats and other food vendors. In the capital city, Samut Songkhram, the Maeklong Railway became famous for its route through the Maeklong Railway Market. In this province you will find a few interesting temples such as the Wat Bang Khae Noi and Wat Charoen Sukharam Worawiharn.

Population: 193 thousand inhabitants

Capital: Samut Songkhram

Main attractions: MaeKlong Railway Market, Amphawa Floating Market, King Rama II Memorial Park, Tha Kha Floating Market, Boat Museum, Wat Amphawa Chetiyaram (Buddhist temple), Wat Bang Kung (Buddhist temple)

Nearest Airports: Don Mueang International Airport (DMK)