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Hat Yao Trang

Hat Yao Trang

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Hat Yao is located in Ko Libong, Kantang in Trang province, Mu 6 Tambon Koh Libong, Hat Yao is a long, straight beach stretching next to a towering, shark-fin shaped mountain surrounded by sights of sea pines. It is ideal…

Rajamangala Aquarium Trang

Rajamangala Aquarium Trang

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Rajamangala Aquarium is around 30 kilometres from the city on the Trang - Sikao - Pak Meng Road (Highway No. 4046-4162).  The large building is inside the Faculty of Science and Fisheries Technology, Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya, Trang Campus,…

Chao Mai Cave-Chao Khun Cave

Chao Mai Cave-Chao Khun Cave

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Chao Mai Cave-Chao Khun Cave is a stalagmite/stalactite cave in To Nae Mountain, near Ban Chao Mai. It can be reached by boat a 15-minute trip from Yao Beach to Khlong Chao Mai. A small rowboat can go through the cave…

Hat Chao Mai National Park

Hat Chao Mai National Park

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Hat Chao Mai National Park is located at Trang-Sikao-Pak Meng road (Highway No. 4046-4162) and then 4 kilometres more on a road paralleling the beach to the park headquarters.Proclaimed a National Park on October 14 1982, Hat Chao Mai is…

Morakot Cave

Morakot Cave

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Koh Muk and Tham Morakot (Emerald Cave) are perfect for nature lovers, Koh Mook owns a great spot for swimming and diving to see beautiful corals found around the island. The island is also home to a fisherman’s village on…

Koh Libong

Koh Libong

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Koh Libong or Libong Island is located at Tambon Libong and is the largest island in the Trang Sea, with an area of 40,000 square kilometres. Around the island are masses of seaweed where the rare herds of manatees can be…

The first rubber tree in Thailand

The first rubber tree in Thailand

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The first rubber tree in Thailand  is along a road that leads to Kantang. This tree represents the first group of rubber trees that Phraya Ratsadanupradit planted to pioneer the rubber plantation industry in 1899, the rubber tree, which is…

How To Get There

How To Get There

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Trang is the capital of Trang Province, Thailand. The city has a population of 59,637 and covers the whole tambon Thap Thiang of Mueang Trang district. Trang is 839 km south of Bangkok. The main road through Trang is Phetkasem…

ABOUT TRANG

ABOUT TRANG

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Trang is the  southernmost provinces on the Andaman Coast, are traveling attractions rich with unspoiled nature; large forests, waterfalls and spectacular caves.  All of these wonders of nature will undoubtedly amaze you. Rich in flora, fauna and shelter these areas of…