- Giving alms to monks on boats at 6.30 am
Food and stuffs for monk are provided at the resort but not including in the room rate.
- Boat Travel
Visitors could travel by boat to see scenic views of Mae Klong riverside. Along the banks of the Mae Klong , there are coconut groves and ancient style Thai houses and sightseeing Amphawa floating market, Dumneon floating market, Dhaka floating market, watching fireflies, visit Mangrove jungle trekking to observe monkey life in natural setting, old temples and historic places etc .
- Tuk Tuk Travel
Visitors could travel by tuk tuk to see Elephant Village, Market on the Railway, Don hoi lod , Bencharong House, Ban Maeo Thai Boran, Amphawa floating market, Dumneon floating market, Dhaka floating market, old temples and historic places etc.
- Thai massage
Traditional Thai massage-Foot massage, Body massage.

RECOMMENDED ATTRACTION

Amphawa floating market

Amphawa floating market

Amphawa floating market is an afternoon floating market by the canal near Wat Amphawan Chetiyaram (parking area is available). On Friday, Saturday and Sunday, during 12.00 a.m. – 8.00 p.m., the Amphawa Canal is occupied by vendors who pack their boats with food and drinks, such as fried sea mussel, noodles, coffee, O-liang (iced black coffee), sweets, etc. There are also things for sale on wheelbarrows on the bank. Visitors can enjoy a cosy atmosphere and music broadcast by the community members, explore the market, have food, and hire a boat to see fireflies at night.

The First and the Only..Thai Railway Market

The First and the Only..Thai Railway Market

More than 6 decades, the sellers at the railway market sell their products along side the railway track. The train is scheduled to pass the market 8 times a day. Please check the schedule before you visit the place.

Time: 06.00 am, 08.30 am, 09.00 am, 11.10 am, 11.30 am, 02.30 pm, 03.30 pm and 05.40 pm

Tha Kha Floating Market

Tha Kha Floating Market

The Tha Kha floating market takes place on the 2nd, 7th, 12th days of both the waxing and waning moon of the lunar calendar, and also operates on every Saturday and Sunday from 6.00 a.m. to noon. This is a rendezvous of vendor boats that carry local food, vegetable, and fruit for selling. Boat rental services are on offer for travelling to the villages and fruit orchards around Tha Kha Floating Market. Visitors wishing to go the Tha Kha Floating Market can go by car, taking the Highway No. 325 (Samut Songkhram - Bang Pae), take a right turn at Km. 32 and proceed for another 5 Kilometres You can also take the local buses servicing the Mae Klong Damnoen Saduak Route and the Tha Kha - Don Sam Route from the market in town in front of the Thai Military Bank.

Dunneon Saduak Floating Market

The world well-known floating market is only 20 kilometers from Amphawa. Dumneon Saduak floating market operates everyday from morning until noon. Boats can be hired to observe lifestyle along canal side

Night Boat Trip to See Fireflies

Night Boat Trip to See Fireflies

A boat trip to see the area’s famous fireflies is very popular activities at night. Some people referred to this as memorable scene as ‘Asian Christmas Tree’. The best season to see fireflies is June-October.

King Rama II Memorial Park

King Rama II Memorial Park

King Rama II Memorial Park is the project to honor the King Rama II for the memorable of his giving in Art and Literature of our long history. This area was recognized as a birth place of the King Rama II. The museum inside is opened daily to display antiques and hand-painted ‘Benjarong’.

Ban Maeo Thai Boran

Ban Maeo Thai Boran

Ban Maeo Thai Boran is a house where species of genuine Siamese cats have been conserved. It is located at 2/1 Mu 7, Tambon Khwae Om. The house of traditional Siamese cats was created by lovers of Siamese cats to promote and support the conservation of Siamese cats to be a treasure of the nation. It also gives information on genuine features of Siamese cats, supports research, exchanges knowledge and views between members, and exchanges research experiences and breeding with relevant bodies. Khun Pricha Phukkhabut, the co-founder and caretaker of the traditional Siamese cat house, told that “my mother raised Siamese cats of the Wichian Mat species when I was young. At that time, I did not pay much attention to them. When I grew up, I was to feed them. There were not many cats in my house. My family continued to keep Wichian Mat cats and I had developed a bond with them. Later, some friends who were cat lovers talked about the conservation of the cat since it was clever, graceful, attractive, and had pleasing habits.” Apart from the species of Wichian Mat, Siamese cats also include Si Sawat, Supphalak, and Koncha. Inside the house, there is a breeding section divided into cages of various types of Siamese cats. This is an interesting place for the study on a genuine species of Siamese cats.

Wat Chula Mani

Wat Chula Mani is located on Highway 325 (Samut Songkhram – Bang Phae) between Km 34-35 in Tambon Bang Chang. This ancient temple sits on the bank where the Amphawa Canal connects with the Phi Lok Canal. The temple was built in the Ayutthaya period during the late reign of King Prasatthong. It was presumed that Thao Kaeophaluek (Noi), Mistress of the Bang Chang Market and a forebear of the royal lineage of Bang Chang, built the temple. The back of the temple was initially the residence of Khun Nak (Queen Ammarinthramat of King Rama I) and Khun Bunrot (Queen Si Suriyenthramat of King Rama II).

Wat Bang Kung from Unseen Thailand

Wat Bang Kung from Unseen Thailand

The main temple was built in Ayudhaya period (more than 200 years old) and covered by roots of local trees. It wasrecommended as a place to discover by the Tourism Authority of Thailand.

Bang Kung Camp

Bang Kung Camp

Bang Kung Camp is located at Mu 4, Tambon Bang Kung. When arriving at the camp site, visitors will firstly see an imitation wall built in memory of the battle. Here is a historic navy camp site. Following the second defeat of the Ayutthaya kingdom in 1767, King Taksin the Great moved the naval force to set up camp in the district of Bang Kung since Mueang Mae Klong (the city of Mae Klong) was in the way used by the Burmese army. A wall was built to make Wat Bang Kung be in the middle of the camp as a spirit centre for soldiers. King Taksin the Great later commanded the Chinese from Rayong, Chon Buri, Ratchaburi, and Kanchanaburi to form a guard unit for the camp. The camp was, therefore, called the ‘Bang Kung Chinese Camp.’ The king named the guards ‘Thahan Phakdi Asa’ or the ‘voluntary loyal soldiers.’ In 1768, the Burmese king of Angwa led an army via Kanchanaburi to surround the camp. King Taksin the Great and Phra Maha Montri (Bunma) jointly fought and defeated the Burmese. It was the first battle against the Burmese after the Kingdom of Thon Buri had been established by King Taksin the Great. The victory was hailed as moral support to the Thai people while it created a sense of fear among the Burmese army. The camp site was left deserted for almost 200 years. In 1967, the Ministry of Education established a boy scout camp on the site to celebrate King Taksin the Great, and also built a shrine as a memorial to the king. The ceremony to raise the shrine was held on 20 June 1968. Within the camp compound, there is the Ubosot (ordination hall) commonly called as ‘Bot Luangpho Dam,’ which was built in the Ayutthaya period. The hall is wholly covered by four species of ficus plants: Pho (Bodhi), Sai, Krai, and Krang. Therefore, it is also called ‘Bot Prok Pho’ (ordination hall covered by Bodhi trees). The monument of King Taksin the Great is in the nearby area.

Wat Khao Yee San

Wat Khao Yee San is an old temple. It is believed to have been constructed in late Ayutthaya period. The interesting attraction is a boat shaped building (Wihan) situated on top of the mountain. There, enshrined, are the 4 traces of Lord Buddhas Footprints. The Mondop and wooden doors are of a supreme craftsmanship. There also is Luang Pho Poo Pu Sriracha Shrine, which is highly revered by all. The worship fair of Luang Pho Poo Pu Sriracha is held annually in the middle of November.

The Church of the Virgin Mary or Asanawihan Maephrabangkerd

The Church of the Virgin Mary or Asanawihan Maephrabangkerd

This church is located at Mu 7, Tambon Bang Nok Khwaek. The church is a holy worshipping place for Christian families living around the area. It was constructed in 1890 A.D. by Father Paolo Salmone, a French Missionary. The construction of the church took 6 years. Built in French Gothic architectural style. The windows are decorated with stained glass. Within the church, there is a Statue, a pulpit, a holy water basin, various kinds of candelabra, and carvings depicting various historical points in the Bible.

Don Hoi Lot

Don Hoi Lot

Don Hoi Lot It is a bar at the mouth of the Mae Klong River, created by sedimentation of sandy soil or Khee Ped Sand as called by the locals. It occupies a vast area 3 Kilometres wide and 5 Kilometres long.This bar contains various species of mollusc such as Hoi Lai, Hoi Puk (Ridged Venus clam), Hoi Pak Ped, Hoi Khraeng (scallop), and most abundant is the of Hoi Lot (worm shells)There is the Shrine of Prince Chumphon Khet-udomsak which is highly revered by all Thais. There are also restaurants and stalls selling a vast variety of local products such as fresh-dried worm shell, fresh-dried seafood, fish sauce, Khlong Khon shrimp paste, palm sugar, and palm juice, and many others.

Adventure Zone

Adventure Zone

The activities for who want to open new experiences such as BB Gun, ATV, Jet Ski, Kayak and Speed Boat.