• Boat Tours

In Amphawa, visitors could travel by boat to see the way of life along the Maeklong riverside.
There are many interesting places for visiting.


Wat Bang Khae Noi

This temple was built by Khunying Chui (Noi) Wongsarot in 1868. Initially, the Ubosot (ordination hall) was built on the bamboo raft tied to a Bodhi tree on the Maeklong river. Currently, this temple has been renovated as well. See what's inside the temple within the temple walls are made of teak wood carving is the story of the birth of the Buddha reached enlightenment and death on God's Ten Incarnations. A clear beautiful designs carved by skilled technicians form Petchburi Province, which is known for its wood carvings. It is a magnificent temple in the art of wood carving.


Bang Kung Camp

When arriving at the camp site, visitors will firstly see an imitation wall built in memory of the battle. Here is a historic navy camp site. Following the second defeat of the Ayutthaya kingdom in 1767, King Taksin the Great moved the naval force to set up camp in the district of Bang Kung since Mueang Mae Klong (the city of Mae Klong) was in the way used by the Burmese army.


Wat Bang Kung

In the same area Bang Kung Camp, but in a different camp each side. Roads cut through the middle. Wat Bang Kung is wonder of the Buddhist temple are covered with large trees. Where has been honored as one of the Unseen Thailand, inside an old Buddhist temple is the is a large statue of Nin Mani Buddha, or the villagers called the Luang Phor Dum late Ayutthaya kingdom. It is the worship of the local people. As well as Thai, which came from other province worship and enjoy the magic of the Buddhist temple by existence of root wood.


King Rama II Memorial Park

Operating day: Monday - Sunday

Operating time: 08.30 - 17.00

This park was built under the project to honour King Rama II, run by the King Rama II Phraboromrachanusorn Foundation under royal patronage. It is built to commemorate his great patron to the arts and culture, which become a national heritage.


Talat Nam Yam Yen Amphawa (Amphawa Floating Market)

Operating day: Friday - Sunday

Operating time: 15.00 - 20.00

Llocated near the Wat Amphawan Chetiyaram. (Parking at Wat Amphawan Chetiyaram) is the first evening market. The charm of the waterfront homes are still the old well. It is popular with tourists from all over the country. It is an afternoon floating market open on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, during 12.00 a.m. – 8.00 p.m., the Amphawa Canal is occupied by vendors selling food and drinks, such as seafood, Thai desserts, fried clams, Pad Thai (fried noodles), fruit, coffee, O-liang (iced black coffee) sweets, etc, can be purchased from the vendors on the boat. It's reminiscent of the classic. All sales of land in old woodhouse with a casual atmosphere and music along the lines of the riverside community. People can take a cruise along the Mae Klong River. And the temple by the river. In the evening, you can rent a boat to watch the fireflies. It costs 60-80 baht


Cruise Watch Fireflies

Cruise watch fireflies at night is one of the tourists who come to stay at Samut Songkam often do not miss the trip to watch. Typically, a firefly, especially during the rainy season. Since May-October period should see a user offline or night dark night, it is clear to see the light of fireflies over time waxing moon. In addition, should the tide of time because Samutsongkhram where is the province close to the sea updown at all times, during tide up the boat into the water near the firefly which to hold on Lamphu trees. To be able to see the light of fireflies have more clearly.