Ko Samrong

Is Ko Samrong missing from your travel bucket list? Hardly a great surprise! But, if you talk to someone who's spent a few days here, you'll soon discover that Ko Samrong has got some magic all its own!

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It is located some 70 miles from Bangkok, the country's capital city.

Why not visit Kanchanaburi to visit the Bridge Over the River Kwai? It's absolutely worth the time to see this famed attraction. Kanchanaburi is not far from Ko Samrong, so make the journey and explore the region.

Klon Do and Tha Muang are two places in the wider region that travelers often work into their itinerary.

Sai Yok is 25 miles to the northwest of Ko Samrong. This regional center is where you'll find Erawan National Park, Sai Yok National Park Entrance and Soi Nok Waterfall. River Kwai Golf and Country Club and Prasat Muang Singh are also cool options if you're still looking for more.

Trying out traditional cuisine is usually about more than just nutrition. It can also offer a way of understanding a region's personality.

This destination is renowned for its pork and jasmine rice.

Khao phat nam phrik long ruea (rice, chili and duck’s eggs) and pad thai (rice noodles) are well-known regional treats to sample.

Why not taste-test a locally-loved dessert, chaokuai (grass jelly)?

Get yourself a glass or two of Singha, and unwind with one of this region's favorite brews.

If you prefer your drinks without alcohol, Thailand is a popular local beverage you should try.

Buy a round of mekhong. This is a popular alcoholic drink in the region.

Many travelers don't believe a meal is complete unless they've tried the regional wine. You may want to try sato (rice wine) or chenin blanc.

Memorizing a few Thai phrases and expressions will often be the difference between a simple vacation and a dive into the soul of this area's culture. "Yàak dtên ram măi?" translates to "Would you like to dance with me?" "Where are you from?" is another good one to have in your arsenal, so try pronouncing "Kun maa jàak tee năi?"

If you will be in the area on the 5th of December, don't forget that this day is a significant day of national celebration. It's called Birthday of King Phumiphon.

An unfortunate reality when it comes to vacations is that they always come to a close. Although you might be saying "Laa gòn ná" to Ko Samrong, bear in mind that you will be welcome to visit again!

If you're looking for the closest airport to Ko Samrong, it's 75 miles to the east.

Accommodation in Ko Samrong

Because Expedia currently dosen't have any short and long stay accommodation listed for Ko Samrong, you'll find rooms in Kanchanaburi, which is 5 miles (8 kilometers) away. The Expedia-listed Kanchanaburi hotels include: the Mida Resort Kanchanaburi and U Inchantree Kanchanaburi.

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