Did you know that Bangkok is one of the top destinations for digital nomads worldwide? But if you’re tired of working remotely in Bangkok, why not try changing the scenery and working by the river in Amphawa, not far from Bangkok? In addition to experiencing the beautiful nature while you can socialize, and immerse yourself in the relaxed lifestyle of the Thai people by the riverside.
About 80 kilometers to the south-west of Bangkok is the picturesque riverside town of Amphawa, which is located in the province of Samut Songkhram. It is well-known for its fireflies, as well as its laid-back atmosphere and floating market. Amphawa is a much-liked location among digital nomads, as well as other types of travelers, foreigners, and people on workation.
Amphawa is a small town in Thailand’s Samut Songkhram province. It is located on the banks of the Mae Klong River, about an hour’s drive from Bangkok. Amphawa is a popular tourist destination for its floating markets, canals, and traditional Thai architecture.
In recent years, Amphawa has become a popular destination for digital nomads and remote workers. This is because Amphawa offers a unique combination of work-life balance. Digital nomads can find affordable greenery or riverside cafes where they can work while also enjoying the relaxed atmosphere and vibrant culture of Amphawa.
Amphawa is a small town in Thailand that is located on the Mae Klong River. It is a popular destination for tourists, families, nature lovers, people interested in activities and riverside lifestyles and those who want to try a variety of Thai dishes, and it is also a great place to work remotely. The town is known for its beautiful canals, floating markets, and temples. Most importantly, it is only a little away from Bangkok, about 90 minutes, so it is a place where both Thais and foreigners come to travel every season.
Envision a weekend packed with natural beauty, adventure, and exciting pursuits you’ve never tried before.
‘Discovery Tour Amphawa’, an exclusive package from Na Tree Tara Riverside Resort, 1.5 hours away from Bangkok, offers you a weekend away from it all in beautiful Thailand for two days and one night. Amphawa Floating Market opens on Friday – Saturday, so you can select from – Friday & Saturday, Saturday & Sunday, or Sunday & Monday.
When discussing riverside provinces near Bangkok. Kanchanaburi is often the only place that comes to mind for many foreign tourists.
In reality, “Amphawa” is another equally captivating riverside destination that is closer and provides a more immersive and lively riverside experience. If you still cannot envision it, let’s delve deeper and compare the two riverside towns to see how similar or different they are.