Samut Songkhram is the province of fertile land, of plants and food grains, the production source of vegetables and fruits, as well as a vast variety of seafood products.
It is also an interesting historical source for the early Rattanakosin period. Samut Songkhram is an ancient province with a long history.
Originally, it is believed that this province was once a part of Ratchaburi province, and called Suan Nok at that time. Then, towards the end of the Ayutthaya period going on to the Thonburi period, it was separated from Ratchaburi province.
Samut Songkhram is located 72 kilometers from Bangkok, occupies an area of 416 square kilometers and is administrative divided into 3 districts: Mueang Samut Songkhram, Bang Khonthi, Amphawa