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See & DoTrat City Pillar Shrine
ArticleDon’t Miss These 5 Restaurants in Trat
Though famous for its crystal clear sea, Trat is also home to a variety of delightful dishes, especially featuring fresh-from-the-water seafood.
ArticleExplore Trat Beyond its Islands
Let us change your view of Trat and introduce you to more than just the sea and sand.
See & DoKo Mak
Lying between Ko Chang and Ko Kut, 38 km. from the coastline, Ko Mak covers just 14 square km. and resembles a four-pointed star when viewed from above. Most of the fringes of the island are kept cool and shady by rows of coconut and rubber trees...
See & DoKo Kham
A tiny island, Ko Kham can be easily reached by motorboat or kayak from neighbouring Ko Mak. The distinguishing features are the black volcanic rocks in eye-catching shapes and formations dotted across the sand. Ko Kham is quiet and unspoiled with...
See & DoKo Kradat
See & DoKo Kut
The easternmost island in Trat bay, Ko Kut is approximately 25 km. long by 12 km. wide and situated 80 km. from the city. The nature on the island remains relatively unspoiled with the large, elevated plateau towards the island’s centre acting as...
See & DoKo Chang
The largest island in the archipelago, Ko Chang covers 429 square km. and features mountainous terrain and rocky stone cliffs and gullies. The island’s highest point is the peak of Khao Salak Phet, standing 744 meters above sea level and there are...
See & DoKo Lao Ya
ArticleEscape to Two of Trat’s Best Hotels
After months of hard work, holidays are meant for recharging energy.
See & DoMuko Chang National Park
See & DoResidang Kampot Residence
Another wooden building which is of great importance to the province of Trat, this residence in the Bang Phra district was built during the reign of King Rama V by Phra Praneecheenpracha, the Chinese Secretary for Trat. The original purpose was...