Wat Khok Kham
It is an ancient temple located by Khlong Khok Kham. The interesting part of this temple is the old ubosot decorated around with Sema boundary markers. At the front of the temple lies a renovated chedi in the Ayutthaya style of art. The woodenengraving design at the gables is beautiful. Besides, there is a Phanthai Norasing Shrine which was a temporary shrine and a store of antique objects concerning the story of Phanthai Norasing such asparts of the Ekkachai and Butsabok Royal Barges, etc. There is a Bot Maha Ut-a small windowless ordination hall-enshrining the country’s 4th sacred Phra Phuttha Sihing, which is Samut Sakhon’s principal Buddha image. There are 3 other similar images in Thailand, which are at the National Museum in Bangkok, Wat Phra Sing in Chiang Mai, and Ho Phra Sing in Nakhon Si Thammarat. Visitors can rent a boat to cruise along Khlong Khok Kham at Talat Sangwan Pier (Talat Maha Chai Pier) or Ban Rai Pier near the temple. It takes about 2-3 hours and prices depend on the size of the vessel and number of visiting places. To get there: Take Highway No. 35, Turn left to Wat Phanthai Norasing for 3 kilometres.