ROUTE 1 (7.5 hrs)
Suvarnabhumi Airport "“ Erawan Museum "“ Naval Museum "“ Ancient City "“ Samut Prakan Crocodile Farm and Zoo

ROUTE 2 (6.5 hrs)
Suvarnabhumi Airport "“ Samut Prakan Crocodile Farm and Zoo "“ Bang Pu seaside resort "“ Ancient City

ROUTE 3 (4 hrs 45 mins.)
Suvarnabhumi Airport "“ Bang Phli Market "“ Wat Bang Phli Yai Nai temple "“ Wat Bang Phli Yai Klang temple

ROUTE 4 (4 hrs 40 mins.)
Suvarnabhumi Airport "“ Khlong Suan Market "“ Wat Sothon Vararam Voraviharn "“ Cruise along the Bangpakong River "“ Ban Mai Riverside Market "“ Wat Chin Pracha Samosorn shrine "“ Wat Uphai Phatikaram temple

ROUTE 5 (5 hrs.)
Suvarnabhumi Airport "“ Khlong Suan Market "“ Dolphin Watching-and "“Birdwatching Cruise "“ Fisheries along the Bang Pakong estuary
(November "“ February only)

Suvarnabhumi Airport, Bangkok's new international airport, is located on Bangna-Trat Road in Bang Phli District of Samut Prakan Province, approximately 25 kilometres from the heart of Bangkok.

If you're waiting for a connecting flight and are 'in transit' for four to seven hours or if you're seeing someone off on a morning flight and have several hours to spare before driving back to the airport to meet people arriving on a return flight later in the day, the provinces nearby Suvarnabhumi Airport offer some interesting attractions. These can be covered in half-day or full-day sight-seeing programmes.

TAT Central Region Office "“ Region 8 recommends a choice of five different sightseeing itineraries and routes featuring a range of tourist attractions and destinations in the neighbouring provinces of Samut Prakan and Chachoengsao. Each is within an-hour's drive from Suvarnabhumi Airport.

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