Located 828 kilometres from Bangkok, Trang (known locally as Muang Thap Thiang) is a coastal province on the Indian Ocean which has a 199-kilometre coastline. It is renowned for being the first place in Thailand to grow rubber - now an important aspect of the regional economy. 46 beautiful islands are part of the province, each offering white-sand beaches and glorious coral reefs. Koh Ngai, Khao Chong Wildlife and Nature Education Centre, Hat Chao Mai National Park and Hat Chao Mai Beach are of particular interest to visitors.

Attractions in Trang

Sort by

Hat Chao Mai National Park

Hat Chao Mai National Park is vast national park (around 231,000 square kilometers) that includes Hat Chao Mai beach and Hat Chang Lang beach (where the park headquarters are situated). The west of the park features a range of limestone cliffs overlooking the sea. The cliffs provide entrance to Morakot Cave (known locally as ‘Tam Nam’...


Khao Chong Wildlife and Nature Education Centre

Around 20 kilometres from the main Trang municipality, Khao Chong Wildlife and Nature Education Centre is one of the most attractive places to visit in southern Thailand. The centre is intended for nature and wildlife study and features a series of nature study trails for visitors to walk along. The trails take you through tropical rainforest,...


Koh Ngai (Koh Hai)

Located 13 kilometers south of Koh Lanta, Koh Ngai is one of the Koh Lanta group of islands that make up the Koh Lanta National Marine Park. A small, triangular island, less than 5 square kilometers in size, Koh Ngai (also known as Koh Hai) has a forested interior and offers white-sand beaches alongside clear water and good coral which encircles...


Trang Underwater Wedding

Some people consider Thailand an eccentric place, and no better is its eccentricity displayed than in the annual 'Trang Underwater Wedding Festival'. That's right - people get married - UNDERWATER! Masks, tanks, flippers, white wedding dresses, tuxedos - right down to waterproof marriage certificates and pens that write underwater! Bizarre... but something you'd never forget!


Namtok Lam Plok

Although Trang is famous for its beautiful islands and beaches, it has an abundance of waterfalls; some of the best you might see. Namtok Lam Plok is a great example. A large 6-tiered waterfall, Namtok Lam Plok offers a vantage point to see local islands and the River Palian.  Such is the force of the waterfall here that the waterfall has a...


Namtok Sai Rung

Namtok Sai Rung only has one level but pumps water out at such ferocity that there is often a rainbow from the spray it produces. As you can imagine, this is very attractive on a sunny day. Beyond the rainbow, this is another site where relaxation is order of the day. Trekking, swimming, and picnics make the scene complete. How to get there: Get on...


Namtok Phrai Sawan

Another great waterfall in Trang is Namtok Phrai Sawan. Despite its impressive sounding 17 sub-levels and three major cascades, this is only a medium-sized waterfall, but none the less impressive for that. An ideal location for a picnic, a swim, and a bit of relaxation, the site is well organized and offers rubber boats that take visitors 5...

Hotel Booking