The Emblem of Samut Songkhram

Introduction
     Samut  Songkhram,  a coastal province at the mouth of the Mae Klong  River, is 63 kms. southwest of Bangkok along Highway No. 35.    It    occupies   an   area   of   416   square   kilometers   and   is administratively   divided  into  three  districts  (Amphoes) :  Muang Samut   Songkhram   (locally  called  Mae Klong),  Amphawa,  and Bang  Khonthi.  The  area  is  a  low  basin  with  many  canals. The people  cultivate  various  kinds  of  fruits  such  as grapes, lychee, pomelo, guava and coconuts.

Borders
North:
South:
East:
West:
Ratcha Buri
Phetcha Buri
Samut Sakhon
Phetcha Buri and Ratcha Buri


Distance from Samut Songkhram city to its districts
Amphawa
Bang Khonthi
6 kms.
12 kms.


Distance from Samut Songkhram city to nearby Provinces
Phetcha Buri
Ratcha Buri
Samut Sakhon
67 kms.
45 kms.
36 kms.

How to get there
     The  town  is  located  63  kms.  from  Bangkok  along  Highway  No.  35, the Thon Buri-Pak Tho Highway.  It  is also accessible by train from the Wongwian Yai Railway Station in Bangkok. Take a boat across Tha Chin River and then catch a train from Ban Laem Railway Station to Mae Klong Station.