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Samut Prakan est une province de la Thaïlande. Situé au sud de Bangkok, elle est la province la plus peuplé du pays, à l'embouchure où le fleuve Chao Phraya se jette dans le golfe de la Thaïlande. Dans cette province, il y a un parc qui se nomme ...
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... to continue towards Samut Prakan, just another 20km down the road and on the southerly outskirts of Bangkok. Same story, we reached Samut Prakan and couldn't find a rest place, plan C then... Bangkok, 3 days earlier than expected but at least (hopefully) ...
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... take bus 511 from the major road 'Thanon Ratchadamnoen' parallel to Kao San Road. It should take at least a couple hours to get to Samut Prakan depending on traffic. Let the bus conductor know where you want to go and you will be told when to get off (if ...
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