Explore attractions like Muang Boran and Samutprakarn Crocodile Farm and Zoo as you discover things to see and do in Samut Prakan.
Temples, Gardens and Recreation
You can spend an afternoon browsing the exhibits at Ancient City in Samut Prakan. Discover the top-notch restaurants in this relaxing area, or seek out the golf courses.
The majestic European/Asian-style complex was once the home of the kings of Siam and is now both a place of worship and a must-see Bangkok landmark.
The “Temple of the Reclining Buddha” is the largest temple in the country and has more Buddha statues than any other Thai temple.
Wat Arun is a well-known landmark worth seeing in Bangkok. Stroll along the riverfront or visit the notable monuments in this vibrant area.
A small but extremely important Thai religious icon sits on a golden pedestal within the ornate Wat Phra Kaew structure on the grounds of the Grand Palace.
This “anything goes” street is a hot spot for budget travelers who want to buy cheap clothes and souvenirs, people-watch or party all night.
Acquaint yourself with a different side of Bangkok by drifting through its meandering canals and the Chao Phraya River. Float past waterside markets and dwellings, soaking up the local culture and scenery.
Embark on a memorable night of dining and ambience on one of Bangkok's most popular restaurant boats. Relax in modern comfort and dine like King Rama V on a variety of scrumptious Thai dishes. Enjoy a comfortable hotel pickup and travel to the River City Pier on the Chao Phraya River.
Muangboran is situated in Samut Prakan Province. Just by BTS Skytrain Kheha Station you can be there in next-to no-time! Muangboran is a fantastic way to see so much of Thailand's magnificent history in just one day! Muangboran is an outdoor museum covering a whopping 96 hectares, or 240 acres.
The main building of the Erawan Museum is already quite an attraction in itself. An enormous, eye-catching architectural feat on the outside is a blending of fine arts and decorative arts inside where it becomes a museum that collects and transmits the knowledge of art, religion and culture.
Bangkok Ancient City or Muang Boran is an open-air museum. Muang Boran features a wide range of Thai architecture and symbolic which is Thailand and neighbor country’s most historically significant structure. The Bangkok Ancient City is a door-opener to the heritage of Thai wisdom.
Visit: Temple of the Reclining Buddha (Wat Pho), 2 Sanamchai Road. Prabarom Maharajawang, Pranakorn, Bangkok 10200 Thailand Wat Pho, the official name being Wat Phra Chetuphon Wimon Mangkhalaram Rajwaramahawihan, is the first grade royal monastery, regarded as the most important one during the reign of King Rama I of the Chakri Dynasty.