The Gulf of Thailand also referred to as the Gulf of Siam is located in the western reaches of the South China Sea. It is bordered by Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam and the Malay peninsula. The Gulf of Thailand is historically referred to as Ao sayam.
Amphawa canal and river fishing Samut Songkran
Explore the vast and intricate network of canals in the Amphawa district of Samut Songkran fishing for various wild native species against a stunning backdrop of rural Thailand.
The mighty Ban Pakong River originates at the confluence of the Nakon Nayok and Prachin Buri rivers and winds its way through Chachoengsao to the Gulf of Thailand some 150km’s downstream. The Ban Pakong River is also known as the ‘River of the dragon’ and is home to the ultimate Thailand monster fish species the ‘Giant Freshwater Stingray’.
The Chaophraya River is one of Thailands largest rivers and the ultimate challenge for visiting anglers wishing to fish for native monster fish such as Giant Freshwater Stingray and Snakeheads.
The Maeklong River or Mae Klong River in Thailand is Thailand’s premier Giant freshwater stingray fishing river which has produced numerous Giant freshwater stingrays to world record size.Thailand Stingray fishing as seen on River Monsters and National Geographic channel.
The Mekong River is the tenth largest river in the world and is the ultimate Thailand angling adventure destination.The Mekong River is one of the worlds richest freshwater ecosystems and is home to various Thailand monster freshwater fish species such as the Mekong Catfish and Giant Freshwater Stingray.