Trip to Samut Sakhon for the Seafood Festival

TRAVEL DATE: 5 March 2016
DESTINATION: Samut Sakhon Province

Samut Sakhon is well-known as a fishing port and is the center of fresh seafood. Every year during March, the local government organize a Seafood Festival. The city is only an hour’s drive from Bangkok and is an easy day trip. I drove down there to explore some of its main attractions before visiting the seafood festival at the end of the day. During the trip, I tweeted live on @RichardBarrow. Click here to see those pictures and reports.

The following map shows the places that I visited during the trip:


DESTINATION, สถานที่ท่องเที่ยว,GPS
Mahachai Railway Station,สถานีรถไฟมหาชัย,13.54597 100.27578
Mahachai Market,ตลาดมหาชัย,13.54544 100.27602
Mahachai Pier,ท่าเรือมหาชัย,13.544449 100.275012
City Pillar Shrine,ศาลเจ้าพ่อหลักเมืองสมุทรสาคร,13.54503 100.27426
Wichian Chodok Fortress,ป้อมวิเชียรโชฎก,13.54458 100.27369
Wat Krok Krak,วัดโกรกกราก,13.53111 100.27507
Old abandoned carriages,,13.54908 100.28295
Phra Pothisat Kuan Im Park,อุทยานพระโพธิสัตว์กวนอิม,13.53136 100.26291
Wat Suttiwat Wararam,วัดสุทธิวาตวราราม,13.53047 100.26341
Wat Bangyapraek,วัดบางหญ้าแพรก,13.51791 100.26508
Salt Fields,นาเกลือ,13.50799 100.25479
Seafood Festival,เทศกาลอาหารทะเล,13.55703 100.27556

PHOTO ALBUM: You can reach Samut Sakhon by train from Bangkok, but I drove there along Rama II Road. It made it easier for me to visit some of the places away from the main roads.

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