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3Days 2Nights: Trang (The Romantic Link)

Planner :
Trang 3 Day
Period :
3 Days 2 Nights
Category :
Local Experience, Nature, beaches & islands,
  • Day 1
    July 23
  • Day 2
    July 24
  • Day 3
    July 25
Day 1 : Trang

Koh Muk and Tham Morakot (Emerald Cave)

Trang province is famous for its breathtaking natural attractions especially a beautiful and unique island called Koh Muk with its attractive sight ‘Tham Morakot’ or Emerald Cave.  Koh Muk is a big island of Trang province located in the Hat Chao Mai Marine National Park.  There are fisherman village, resorts, restaurant, motorcycle taxis, and rental motorcycles for visitors.  Visitors have to pass through a small passage that is accessible during low tide to Tham Morakot which is a large hall without roof with emerald sea and a clean white beach surrounded high cliffs.  To fully absorb atmosphere around Koh Muk, it is recommended to have one night stay in the island.  Moreover, visitors can have a boat trip to go snorkeling at nearby islands such as Koh Ma, Koh Cheok, Koh Waen.

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47 Min. ( Approx. 1.56 Km.)

Koh Kradan

Among the collection of islands, Koh Kradan is probably the best-known and the most beautiful island in Trang. It is blessed with large, powdery white beaches, emerald-colored water and shallow-water corals. Very few accommodation options means this is ideal for a peaceful, offbeat break. http://www.tourismthailand.org/See-and-Do/Sights-and-Attractions-Detail/Koh-Kradan--815>

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Day 2 : Trang

Trang Old Town

Trang's old town area reflects stories about the founding people, their lifestyles, tradition and the history of the town as a southern commercial hub.

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Kantang Train Station

Kantang Train Station   Kantang Train Station is located on Nah Khai road, Kantansubdistrict, Kantang district, Trang province.  It is the last terminal of the Southern-Andaman train railroad. This Kantang train station was officially opened on  1st April 1913. In the past, it was used as the trading products depot with the neighboring countries such as Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia. There is stretching railroad for another 500 meters to Kantang harbor which was the ancient harbor. Nowadays, Kantang railroad is intruded by people so there are no more railroads in the area.  The station was registered as an ancient place by Fine Arts Department in 1996. The Panya style in mustard-yellow crossed with brown wooden house was also built. It has the classical architecture which was famous in King Rama VI reign. The mustard-yellow and brown colors have become the signature color of the train station building.  The building is separated into two sections: the building and the platform. The front of the building is decorated at  each corner and used unique fretworks. The rooms in the building have wooden partitions with diagonally placed ventilators and the old wooden windows. At the hall, there are fences, wooden bars with small doors to separate the area into sections. At the back of the building is the platform with gable roof. The poles supporting this platform are decorated by fretworks to make them look similar to the interior of the building. Inside the station are some old daily life utensils. Moreover, after visiting Kantang train station, tourists can visit Phraya Ratchada museum which is located near  the station.   To go to Kantang train station, drive to Kantang district by taking Trang - Kantang route. It will take 30 minutes. You also can go to Trang train station by telling the driver that you would like to get off at Kantang station in Trang province. The fee is 60 baht per person.   

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Day 3 : Trang

Koh Sukorn

Ko Sukon is a year-long attraction to experience the agricultural and fishing community way of life; for example, paddy farming, rubber planting, fishing, collecting shells, etc. The island has many lovely beaches.  In addition, it is renowned in the province for its delicious watermelons, which are abundant in March and April. There is tourist accommodation on the island.

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