Amphawa Floating Market may be your first destination in Samut Sakhon, but there’s much more to see and do in this historical city. Pop by King Rama II Memorial Park to study the Thai lifestyle of 200 years ago in a beautiful traditional house. The province is also abundant with shrines and temples, but Wat Krok Krak will catch your eye with its famous “sunglass-sporting Buddha.”
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