Samut Songkhram Province is Thailand’s smallest province located 74 km southwest of Bangkok. The town is criss-crossed with well conserved canals. The topography of the area is suitable for growing various kinds of tropical fruits such as guavas, coconuts, lychees, etc. But what makes this small town famous as a tourist attraction is the homestay in typical Thai style houses, surrounded by orchards and canals.
The peaceful ambience and riverine ways of life are a magnet for tourists who want to get away from their busy life. Popular activities are giving food to monks who come every morning by paddling boats and taking a boat trip along the banks to enjoy scenery and to watch fireflies at night. In addition, visitors can easily explore the famous floating markets in Amphawa and Damnoen Saduak.
Homestay in a Thai style house in Samut Songkhram, a boat trip along the canals, fireflies watching, giving food to monks, a boat trip to King Rama II Memorial
Duration : 2D1N