Samut Prakan is located in the central region of the country. Neighbouring provinces are Bangkok, to the north and west, and Chachoengsao to the east.
This province forms part of the Bangkok Metropolitan Region and the New Bangkok International Airport or Suvarnabhumi Airport as it is called is located in the Bang Phli district of Samut Prakan province. The province was created during the Ayutthaya period and had its
administrative centre located at Prapadaeng. It was one of the major sea ports of Siam, and was protected by forts, moats and town-walls. King Rama II starting the building of the new centre at Samut Prakan in 1819, after his predecessor King Taksin had dismantled some of the town fortification. Altogether six forts were built on both sides of the Chao Phraya river, and on an island in the river the pagoda Phra Samut Chedi was built. Of the original six forts only two still exist today
In the province of Samut Prakan there are 6 districts and they are :
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Last updated 17-06-2013