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Samut Sakhon EXPO 2017 promotes Thailand 4.0 agenda

SAMUT SAKHON - Samut Sakhon EXPO 2017 is now underway, showcasing various goods and manufacturing innovations. The exposition, the 8th of its kind, is being...

Bryde’s Whale viewing area to be developed as a tourist attraction

SAMUT SAKHON– Members of the press and tourism operators have been taken on a tour of an area in the Gulf of Thailand where...

Samut Sakhon prepared for June 23 visit by Aung San Suu...

BANGKOK - Officials have been working on preparations in Samut Sakhon to be ready for an up coming visit to the area's Myanmar workers...

80 monkeys relocated from Bangkok’s Bang Khun Thian

BANGKOK, 22 September 2015 - The Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation (DNP) has relocated some 80 monkeys from the Bang Kradi...

Farmers demand rice payment on Monday

BANGKOK, Jan 17 – Farmers in a number of provinces are up in arms against the government for failing to pay for the rice...

1.6 million blue swimmer crabs released into gulf of Thailand

Bangkok, 21 November 2013 1.6 million blue swimmer crabs have been released in Samut Sakhon Province in the hope of preserving marine resources in...

Three police officers wounded in Makkhawan Bridge bombing

BANGKOK, Nov 21 – Three police officers were wounded when a home-made bomb was hurled behind the barricade near Makkhawan Bridge that prevents outsiders...

Myanmar investors to enhance fisheries business with Thailand

SAMUT SAKHON, Aug 15 – Thailand and Myanmar are keen to jointly develop their fisheries business prior to the launch of the ASEAN Economic...

Samut Sakhon’s City Pillar Shrine Festival, June 14-18, promises to be...

SAMUT SAKHON, 7 June 2013 Samut Sakhon promises a lot of fun for visitors when the province hosts the annual celebration for its Chao...

Cabinet approved THB3.5bil to help build dikes around 6 at-risk industrial...

BANGKOK, 25 July 2012  – The Cabinet has resolved to lend money to help build flood prevention system around major industrial estates at risk...

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Giles tops leaderboard pre-marriage at Pattaya Country Club

PSC Golf from Billabong Wednesday, 27th January Pattaya Country Club Stableford It’s a long time since the Billabong has visited the Pattaya Country Club but Wednesday was the...

Kevin’s home ground advantage in Pattaya

PSC Links Golf Society Tuesday, Jan. 26 Pattavia Stableford On a rare occasion at a golf course in the current climate, we found that we were not alone....

Thailand mulls lifting restrictions on restaurants, sales of alcoholic drinks, live music performances

Bangkok – Disease control authorities will propose to maintain Samut Sakhon as the only province under maximum and strict COVID-19 control. ...