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Phan Thai Norasing Shrine

The PhanthaiNorasing Shrine was constructed in memory of PhanthaiNorasing, a legendary coxswain of the Ekkachai royal barge, noted for his superlative integrity and honesty. He took responsibility fo...

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Plong Liam

Built in 1824, Plong Liam, or “Square Chimney”, was once a furnace that functioned as part of a sugar factory owned by Captain Hit, a Portuguese businessman. The Rama III-era structure is ...

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Samut Sakhon Marine Aquarium

Samut Sakhon Marine Aquarium is a new aquarium situated at Moo 8, Khok Kham Subdistrict, Amphoe Mueang, Samut Sakhon, in the same area with Samut Sakhon Coastal Fisheries Research and Development Cent...

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Saphan Pla

SaphanPla, or “Fish Bridge”, is second only to Bangkok’s famed fish market in its size and modernity. Located in SamutSakhon municipality, massive amounts of sea products are transpo...

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Thawai Road

On March 15th, 1905, King Rama 5 left Dusit Palace to officially open “Thawai Road” at Baan Tha Chalorm market, Samut Sakhorn. He gave also gave an opening speech and then took Thawai Road...

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Wichien Chodok Fort

This fortress was constructed in 1828 during the reign of King Rama III. During that era, tensions flared and conflicts with the Vietnamese on Chao Anuwong of Vientiane arose. King Rama III became con...

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