When visiting Samut Songkhram Don’t miss to visit Bang Kung Temple too. With this place important in the history of Thailand that must come to learn This Bang Kung Temple was originally a Bang Kung Camp. Which is the location of the battle camp in the Ayutthaya period (originally of history), which at present “Bang Kung Temple” is a tourist spot for Thai and foreigners Traveling to visit the beautiful beauty of Thai historical values And worshiping this sacred place
Prok Pho Church Which is an old temple from the Ayutthaya period When worshiping the Buddha image inside Will observe that the Buddha image will be elegant, light, golden
When walking outside of the church Looking from the outside and looking around the church, it looks like an old big tree. But actually is a sacred ancient temple covered with Bodhi trees around All of the churches Looks really magical.
In addition, the temple grounds also have statues, martial arts, Mae Mai and Thai boxing. Which will show various gestures Which tells of the Ayutthaya period when there was a battle Will allow Thai male groups to practice fighting in various postures Which is the subject to fight during the battle with the enemy
Nearby places of the temple are the Zoo, Bang Kung Temple. For tourists to visit and feed the animals with pleasure.
After paying homage to Bang Kung Temple, Prok Pho Church and walking around the area, there are also Amphawa Floating Market. A popular tourist destination which is not far away from each other too. Able to travel to visit and enjoy walking Tasting delicious Thai food.
Open daily from 06.00-20.00 hrs. No admission fee.
Travel by boat and car.
Location : Bang Kung Subdistrict, Bang Khonthi District, Samut Songkhram Province 75120
Travel : From Samut Songkhram Town Take Highway 325, turn left and cross the bridge over the Mae Klong River. And cross the Khlong Kwai Bridge bypassing the Bang Kung Temple Camp on the left.
Coordinate map : https://goo.gl/maps/BiLUHpXBTZ42