The Tourism Authority of Thailand Samut Songkhram Office has launched the Eat, Travel and Cherish Community Ways of Living Project to encourage families and friends of all ages to travel together and experience the ways of life in Samut Sakhon and Nakhon Pathom.
Two foreign tourists stroll a sandy beach on Samui Island, Surat Thani, where the Samui Island Marathon takes place on Sept 23.
On June 30, the first group of tourists visited Benjarong Don Kai Dee village and Bang Krajao seaside village in Samut Sakhon and restored the flood-hit Wat Lamphaya community. They planted trees, painted tree pots, improved the landscape and donated a cabinet and books to a local library.
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