Tags : Samut Songkhram


Samut Sakhon is not a new COVID-19 cluster, says Samut

The governor of Samut Songkhram, Charas Boonnasa, expressed his concern over the CCSA’s announcement of a new cluster of COVID-19 infections, apparently linked to a female pork vendor in Amphawa district. He explained, during a press briefing, that the infected woman, is one of the 20 infections at the market, which were discovered during proactive […]Read More


Search underway for 4 people after a pavilion collapses into

Rescue workers are scouring the Mae Klong River, in Thailand’s central province of Samut Songkhram, this afternoon (Tuesday) to look for survivors after four people went missing and about 19 others were injured when a riverside pavilion collapsed. The pavilion was located next to Wat Petch pier in Tambon Mae Klon, Muang district. Full story: […]Read More


Samut Songkhram: Seven pit bull dogs attack Monk

A 68 year old Buddhist monk has had a lucky escape after being mauled by seven pit bulls while on a morning alms round in Samut Songkhram province. This information from a local police Facebook page. The photos of Phakhru Samutkhanisorn Panyawichuro’s 50 bitemarks, including several wounds that required up to 20 stitches were circulated […]Read More


Samut Songkhram woman, 70, killed crossing road

A 70-year-old woman was struck and killed by a car while crossing a road in Muang Samut Samut Songkhram on Tuesday morning. Police said Juk Saributr was killed on Samut Songkram-Amphawa Road in Moo 11, Tambon Ban Prok. Full story: The Nation By The NationRead More


Police probing Bangkok man’s river ‘suicide’

A 42-year-old Bangkok man, distraught after a quarrel with his mother, appears to have committed suicide in Samut Songkhram, tying to a steel weight to his legs and jumping into the Mae Klong River. Police have not ruled out foul play, however, and are investigating further. Full story: The Nation By Khajorn Phonimthai The NationRead More


Samut Songkhram shuts down 2 illegal factories

SAMUT SONGKHRAM, 29 September 2016 (NNT) – Two seafood factories in Samut Songkhram province have been shut down for violating hygiene and factory laws. A task force comprised of authorities from administrative, industry, employment and public health offices raided two rented houses which were illegally converted into seafood processing factories in Muang District. More than […]Read More


Hungarian tourist killed, 22 hurt in boat crash

A 61-year-old Hungarian woman was killed and 22 other foreign passengers injured when a tourist boat they were travelling on was hit by a boat in the Mae Klong River near a popular floating market in Samut Songkhram’s Amphawa district on Friday night. The 30-seat boat, Por Chokyothin, was carrying 23 tourists to view fireflies […]Read More