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The Bang Kor Bua community is the charm of the waterfront of Khung Bang Kachao Samut Prakan Province. It is said that in the past, most of the area was plain with a lot of lotus flowers growing in the swamps of Lampradong, so the general public called it “Bang Kor Bua”. The main part of the journey is densely covered with trees. Therefore, it has been improved to be a tourist route to study nature along both sides of the canal.

Meeting Point at BTS to Bang Na station. Walk to Wat Bang Na Nok to take the ferry to Bang Krachao. Take a local bicycle to Bang Kor Bua Village.

The first activity Cruising in the Klong Pae Canal and learning the lifestyle of a community
In the past, Klong Phae was a canal that looked like a trading transportation route between Bang Kor Bua and Khlong Toei Pier. But when there is a road in the community, the importance of the canal has been diminished. Bang Kor Bua people came up with the idea of preserving the canal by conserving and restoring the route by canalizing for about 1 kilometer to make it an important ecological attraction of Bang Kor Bua community.

Then continue to Wat Bang Kor Bua, worshiping Luang Phu Mhuen at Wat Bang Kor Bua
Prostrate Luang Pu Muean Wat Bang Korbua which is respected by Buddhists. Wat Bang Kor Bua was built in the late Ayutthaya period, formerly known as “Wat Bang Ka Bua”. Later changed its name to Wat Bang Kor Bua according to the subdistrict name.

Next to Ban Klong Bon Museum, Ban Khlong Bon Museum belongs to Mr.Dang Kraisomphood, 67 years old, a Bang Korbua native who collects rare antiques for the next generations to study such as silverware, porcelain, kitchenware, agricultural Tools, etc.

End of the visit, drive to taste the Thai Local Menu at Bang Nam Peang before driving back to the pier and to BTS Bang Na station.

 

HIGHLIGHTS

Bike at the charm of the waterfront of Khung Bang Kachao
Cruising in the Klong Pae Canal and learning the lifestyle of a community
Prostrate Luang Pu Muean Wat Bang Korbua which is respected by Buddhists.
Visit the Museum, which collects rare antiques for the next generations to study
Test the local food of the community that difficult to find

 

 

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