What to do and see in Sam Phran, Nakhon Pathom Province: The Best Places and Tips
Discover the best top things to do in Sam Phran, Thailand including Wat Rai Khing, Wat Samphran, Don Wai Riverside Market, Wat Don Wai, Samphran Peacock Park, Sampran Riverside.
1. Wat Rai Khing
4.5 based on 60 reviews
Reviewed By BalochOnMove - Muscat, OmanMuscat, Oman
Nice place but yet so far from the tourists map...
This temple is situated in Nakhon Pathom province which not far from Bangkok. It's a very big time complex, you can spend even a day here. There is a fish pond where you can feed " Koi & Gold Fish" with a feeder... amazing experience... you just have to m
2. Wat Samphran
4.5 based on 46 reviews
Reviewed By Raintree_Thailand - Bangkok, ThailandBangkok, Thailand
Ghastly spectacle (for a temple)!!
More like a circus grounds or an amusement park than a temple, Wat Samphran features a 17-story pink tower with a gigantic dragon encircling it, with its head protruding from the top of the tower. Visitors actually scale the tower, climbing inside the bow
3. Don Wai Riverside Market
4 based on 67 reviews
Reviewed By yayal
Extremely crowded and stuffy but worth a visit
Extremely crowded and full of local visitors but with very delicious range of food and local culture. Navigating the very narrow wooden plank aisle with low ceiling will be a tortuous but the delicious, extensive range of food treats and local fare will m
4. Wat Don Wai
5 based on 2 reviews
Reviewed By Vichai_Family
...วัดแต่ครั้งโบราณกาล มักเรียกขานตาม สภาพแวดล้อมโดยรอบบริเวณวัด เฉกเช่นเดียวกับ การเรียกขานวัดแห่งนี้แต่เดิมว่า "วัดโคกหวาย" ด้วยบริเวณโดยรอบเป็นเนินสูงอุดม ด้วยต้นหวาย แม้ภายหลัง เปลี่ยนชื่อเป็น "วัดคงคารามดอนหวาย" เพื่อความเป็นมงคลนาม ก็ยังสื่อถึงแม่น้
5. Samphran Peacock Park
3.5 based on 8 reviews
Reviewed By itsup2y0u - Bangkok, ThailandBangkok, Thailand
Absolute Worst Place to go
To start things off they charged foreigner 3 time the price of thais, typical racism of thailand.I was expecting a nice park to walk through, instead they just charge you extra money again to feed some peacocks through the wire of a big cage. Oh you can p
6. Sampran Riverside
3.5 based on 191 reviews
Sampran Riverside (formerly Rose Garden Riverside) is a family-run property just 30km west of Bangkok. Back in 1962, the business started as a supplier of roses to the Bangkok flower markets. Since then, it has grown gradually to a 70-acre riverside property where visitors can experience authentic Thai way of life and learn about our local wisdom. Sampran Riverside is more like a community than a 'typical' resort. Our facilities in the property include a 4-star riverside hotel with 160 rooms, 6 antique Thai houses around a serene lake, Arusaya Spa, restaurants, meeting rooms, Thai Village, Weekend Farmers' Market and a certified Organic Farm. Things to do for a day trip or an overnight trip Thai Village Activities: 'Living the Thai Culture' Arts and Crafts workshops (Daily from 10.00 to 12.00 and 13:00 to 15:30) Discover aspects of Thai lifestyle at the Thai Village. Pavilion stations include Thai music & dance, garland making, fruit carving, traditional pottery, Thai martial arts, silk processing, traditional weaving, umbrella painting, Thai kitchen, Thai herbal pavilion and rice farming. Additional activities (advance booking required): Alms giving, Traditional Thai cooking class, Herbal product workshop, Spa, River Cruise, Bicycle and pedal boat rental, and Elephant riding.
Reviewed By Ken_Roger - Oslo, NorwayOslo, Norway
Well worth a visit
We enjoyed a trip to the village and the eco cultural areas. Really recomend it. Gives insight in the thai way of living, the art and food.Dear Ken,Thank you so much for sharing!