I've lived in Samut Prakan province for over twenty years now. When friends come to visit I like to put on my tour guide cap and take them on a trip to see some “Unseen Thailand”. The day trip this weekend was to see a temple that is surrounded by the sea at high tide. It's possible to do this trip yourself but it's a little difficult if you don't speak any Thai. Start at Paknam Market and catch a ferry to the other side. Then take the large blue songtaew to these destinations. For the temple island, you need to also take a boat taxi. As usual, I have mapped all of these locations over on Thailand Photo Map.
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