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Take the ferry across the river and walk through the park. At the main road you need to take a taxi to Bang Bon railway station. In our case the first taxi driver had never heard of Bang Bon and the second couldn't understand 'railway station'. You really need to sort out lingo in advance on this one. My wife drew a picture of a train which he immediately turned upside down!
Then our 5-year old threw up in the back of the taxi just to add to our problems. My wife wasn't pleased to find that Bang Bon railway station is sited beside a rubbish dump with a three-legged dog running around on it and that we had a one and a half hour wait for the train.
There are no trains between At this point our daughter started to go downhill rapidly and and a taxi was called for an immediate return to the hotel. I pressed on regardless. The train ride can hardly be described as 'scenic' as I had been led to believe ; but, it is scenery: temples, some jungle, waterways etc. After 35 minutes you arrive at Mahachai Station in the centre of a large busting market.
The market is interesting and, if you like that sort of thing it's well worth the trip. I made the mistake of leaving the market area and heading through the park towards the port. Mahachai is a large industrial port and that means prostitutes in the park, drunken sailors sleeping it off under tables and rats running in the gutters. You can avoid all this by sticking to the market area. You can explore the narrow alleyways on both sides of the railway track.
When you are ready for lunch leave the railway station on the in bound side of the tracks and turn left. About a kilometre up the road you see some monastic buildings on the right.