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Samrong, Sukhumvit Road, Samut Prakan, Thailand

Samrong, Samut Prakan, page 7,  Sukhumvit Road, Samrong.
Samrong, Samut Prakan, page 7,  Sukhumvit Road, Samrong.
Samrong, Samut Prakan, page 7,  Sukhumvit Road, Samrong.
Samrong, Samut Prakan, page 7,  Sukhumvit Road, Samrong.
Samrong, Samut Prakan, page 7,  Sukhumvit Road, Samrong.

Sukhumvit Road begins in Bangkok, as a continuation of Rama I Road and Phloen Chit Road roads which span Pathum Wan district. Starting from where the boundaries of the districts of Khlong Toei, Pathum Wan and Watthana meet, it runs the entire length of the border between Khlong Toei and Watthana, then passes through Phra Khanong and Bang Na districts.

It then crosses the border between Bangkok and Samut Prakan Province and subsequently continues east through Chachoengsao Province, south through Chonburi Province, east through Rayong Province, south-east through Chanthaburi Province, and ends in the town of Trat, capital of Trat Province, about 100 km short of the Hat Lek border crossing with Cambodia.

In Chonburi Province it passes through the towns of Chon Buri City, Laem Chabang, Bang Lamung township, Sri Racha, and Pattaya.

Sukhumvit Road - Thanon Sukhumvit), or Thailand Route 3 is a major highway in Thailand, and a major service road of Bangkok and other cities it winds through. It follows a coastal route from Bangkok to Trat and is just over 400 km in length.

Sukhumvit Road is named after the fifth chief of the Department of Highways, Phra Bisal Sukhumvit. It is one of the four major highways of Thailand, along with Phahonyothin Road

( Route 1 ), Mittraphap Road

( Route 2 ) and Phetkasem Road

( Route 4 ).

In the capital, Sukhumvit Road serves as a main commercial

street, and this section is often congested, even at late

evening hours. The Chalerm Mahanakhon Expressway

has an exit at Soi 1. Ratchadaphisek Road crosses Sukhumvit

at the Asoke

( Asoke ) intersection.



The Sukhumvit area of Bangkok is easily accessible on the Sky train Sukhumvit Line, which runs from Mo Chit through the Silom Line interchange at Siam Square up to On Nut on Soi

( side-street ) 81. The Bangkok Metro's Sukhumvit Station interchanges with the Sky train at Asoke.

Samrong, Samut Prakan Province, Page 8, Soi Baering, Soi 107 Sukhumvit Road, Bangkok