Top Sightseeing in Samut Sakhon Province
According to Samut Sakhon attraction Information Center, there are some tourist attractions that are worth for a visit.
Some examples are Wat Chong Lom which features estuary views, while the backside boasts a Tha Chin River view, Wat Luk Si Raja Samosorn is the main city’s Temple that contains Samut Sakhon’s Buddha statue, Wat Pa Chai Ransi; has an architectural style that is similar to rock palaces of those located in north-eastern cities in the ancient time, Pan Thai Norasing Historical Park; where Pan Thai Norasing shrine was built and has nature trails for us to study about mangrove forest.
Wat Grok Grak is a temple in Meuang Samut Sakhon District. The attraction of this temple is a Buddha statue wearing sunglasses. A tale about this statue is that, long time ago, there was an outbreak of conjunctivitis, so Villagers came to pray to the statue and they placed gold sheets on the eyes of the statue as a gift. As a result, the abbot of the temple has to wear the statue with the sunglasses to prevent villagers from placing gold sheets at the eyes.
The Dolphin viewpoint is located at the Machanu Shrine on the Mahachai estuary.
Don Kai Dee village or Benjarong village is a village of craftsmen who have demonstrated skills to make Thai porcelains from generations to generation. The Thai porcelains from this village are high quality guaranteed by the 5 stars of One Tambon One Product (OTOP) standards.
Wat Nang Sao is a temple that has some wield looking sanctuary called Ma Ha Ud sanctuary. This sanctuary has its base look like a ship bilge. Also, it has no window and has only one entrance.
Pan Thai Norasing Waterpark is located in Meuang Samut Sakhon District. This place has a lot of playthings and activities to have fun with.
The top attractions to visit in Samut Sakhon Province are:
- Wat Ketmadi Si Wararam
- Don Hoi Lot (Razor Clam Digging)
- Pagoda at Wat Coke
- Mahachai Fresh Market
- Phan Thai Norasing Shrine