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Located in the south of Thailand, home to towering limestone karsts and white sand beaches, is the stunning Trang province.

For those looking to get off the beaten path in one of the world’s most touristed nations, Trang offers a multitude of incredible attractions and activities without the crowds.

The main hub in the province is Trang City, an interesting town filled with delicious food, curious artwork and a heavy Chinese influence.

Most people that come through Trang City use it as a launching point to get out to the nearby islands of Koh Mook, Koh Kradan and Koh Ngai.

And while those islands are indeed gorgeous, it’s worth spending at least one day here to experience an authentic Thai city that hasn’t been spoilt by tourism.

Best time to visit

The best time to visit Trang is between December and May. Following the season of the Andaman, rains fall between May and September with monsoons hitting hardest from September to November. Temperature is pretty consistent year round with April being the hottest month.

Check the below table for the general idea of Trang weather throughout the year.

Month Avg. High (°C) Avg. Mean (°C) Avg. Low (°C)
Jan 32.1 27.3 22.2
Feb 34 28.4 21.8
Mar 34.9 28.9 22.9
Apr 34.8 28.8 23.7
May 33.9 28.6 23.8
Jun 33.3 28.3 23.8
Jul 32.8 27.7 23.4
Aug 32.8 27.7 23.3
Sep 32.6 27.5 23.3
Oct 32.3 27.3 23.1
Nov 31.5 27.1 23.1
Dec 31.4 27.1 22.8

Trang’s current weather and 7-day forecast


Trang is an amazing coastal province with a magnificent shoreline along the Andaman Sea. In the past, Trang was a less popular place with tourists but it has now gained attention after much promotion on the part of Thailand. Trang has its own attractions which include breathtaking islands and beaches as well as remarkable limestone mountains. Read on to learn about the best things to do in Trang!

1. Koh Libong

It takes 30 minutes to reach Koh Libong island by boat, from Hat Yao Ban Chao Mai Pier. The island is also part of the Libong Archipelago Wildlife Reserve. You will find beautiful beaches such as Tup Beach, Chui Hoi Cape, Thuat Cape and Tho Chai Cape. Tourists can walk along the beach during low tide from Chui Hoi Cape to Koh Tup, allowing you to see the seabirds and mangrove birds. This place is also a Muslim fishing village. You can always see the fishermen out doing their day’s work. You will love the serene environment here.

2. Haad Farang (Haad Sai Yao), Koh Muk

In Thai, farang means foreigner. This beautiful bay is a favourite place for backpackers and it is surrounded by jungle and limestone cliffs. It is suitable for a family vacation as well. The beauty of the island is far from the hustle and bustle of Chaweng beach on Koh Samui or Kamala in Phuket. What can you do here? Go rent a kayak and paddle around the corner to Tham Morakot, which is also known as Emerald Cave. It is an amazing place, but make sure to bring a torch in order to prevent slamming into the cavern walls.

3. Thung Kai Botanical Garden

It will be a thrilling adventure when you visit this botanical garden. In English, it is known as the Trang Peninsular Botanical Garden. This beautiful place is quite large and you can get a tuk-tuk or motorbike at Trang town to help cover the distance. You will be amazed by the lovely view and the garden path. To those who appreciate nature, this is a very serene place for you. There are a variety of rare plants and trees that are well maintained by a local conservationist group. You can see the names of the plants and trees, which are labelled in Thai as well as Latin. The walk is even more fun when you go through the canopy walk because it leads you deeper into the jungle.

4. Khao Kop Cave

Next, let’s explore this spectacular cave. If you plan to visit the cave, take a boat ride along the stream, which you can alternate with some walking exploration of the magnificent stalagmites and stalactites. To get out of this cave, all travellers need to lie down on a boat in order to avoid a head injury from the low hanging rock.

5. Ko Muk and Morakot Cave

Both places are stunning points in Trang. They are comprised of high and majestic cliffs fronting the sea to the west, with a fishing village to the east. You can see the swallow birds, which make the cliffs their homes. Morakot Cave is located on the island’s western side, which is where the entrance to the cave is found. Access to the cave can only be granted by boat, during low tide. If you want to get to Ko Muk, the trip will take about 40 minutes, by boat, from Pak Meng Pier in Amphoe Sikao.

6. Rajamangala Aquarium

This large aquarium in Trang is located inside the Rajamangala Institute of Technology. Here you will have the chance to see freshwater and marine fish, fish ponds, amphibians and a model of mangrove forest. It looks like a real forest and there are 61 different types of displays in Rajamangala Aquarium. It is located about 30km from Trang city.

7. Trang Food Festival

Enjoy a wide variety of delicious foods at the Trang Food Festival, which is held annually on the 30th of March to the 3rd of April at the Somdech Phra Srinagarindra Park 95. The festival also aims to promote local food in Trang province. You will be happy to see and eat a variety of foods such as Chinese and Thai, as well as seafood dishes, all for an affordable price. If you are a foodie, come here and review the tasty foods in Trang. There are also other activities held during this festival, like an eating championship and lively local entertainment.

8. Trang Underwater Wedding Ceremony

In the past, Trang was widely renowned to Thais as a land full of love. Today, visitors can continue that tradition with this quirky and one of a kind underwater wedding ceremony. The greatness of this event has received worldwide attention and has even found its way into the pages of the Guinness Book of World Records with the largest underwater wedding ceremony in 2000.

Budget options

Hop Inn Trang 

Add: Phetkasem Road, Ban Pho Sub District, Mueang Trang District, Trang, 92000 Trang, Thailand

Located in Trang, 3.1 km from Trang Clock Tower, Hop Inn Trang features rooms with air conditioning. The accommodation provides a 24-hour front desk and free WiFi is available.

At the hotel, rooms are equipped with a balcony. At Hop Inn Trang every room is equipped with a desk, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom.

Srisomboon Hostel 

Add:147 Thanon Kan Tang, Tab Tiang, Mueng Trang, 92000 Trang, Thailand 

Set in Trang, 700 m from Trang Clock Tower, Srisomboon Hostel offers air-conditioned rooms and a shared lounge. Among the facilities at this property are a 24-hour front desk and a shared kitchen, along with free WiFi throughout the property. The hostel features family rooms.

The units will provide guests with a microwave.

The hostel offers a terrace.

Jaroonsak Grand 

Add: 69/99 Phloen Phithak Rd., Thap Thiang, Mueang, 92000 Trang, Thailand

Located in Trang, Jaroonsak Grand offers 2-star accommodation with private balconies. With a garden, the 2-star hotel has air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi, each with a private bathroom. Free private parking is available and the hotel also provides car hire for guests who want to explore the surrounding area.

At the hotel, each room has a desk and a flat-screen TV. Guest rooms will provide guests with a fridge.

Jaroonsak Grand offers a terrace.

Staff speak Thai and English at the reception.

Garden Hill Hotel 

Add: 175/1 Udomlarb Road, Tabtieng, 92000 Trang, Thailand

Situated in Trang, Garden Hill Hotel provides comfortable rooms with air conditioning and the convenience of a 24-hour front desk. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout. Trang Railaway Station is 1.4 km away.

Featuring on-site parking, Garden Hill Hotel is 800 m from Trang Clock Tower and 900 m from Ratsadanupradit Mahitsaraphakdi Park. Trang Airport is 6 km from the property.

Bright and airy rooms come with a private balcony, a seating area and a flat-screen TV. They also have a refrigerator.

Free toiletries are included in an en suite bathroom.

Guests can enjoy local dishes at the restaurants located around the residence.


Add: 27 Satani Road Mueang, 92000 Trang, Thailand

Situated 700 m from Trang Clock Tower, ChomTrang offers rooms with air conditioning in Trang. The accommodation features a 24-hour front desk, airport transfers, a tour desk and free WiFi throughout the property.

At the hotel, every room has a wardrobe. At ChomTrang the rooms are fitted with a desk, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom.

Mid-range options

The Parawood Natrang Hotel 

Add: 85/46 KOKAN RD., 92000 Trang, Thailand

The Parawood Natrang Hotel is located in Trang, 2.8 km from Trang Clock Tower and less than 1 km from Ratsadanupradit Mahitsaraphakdi Park. Featuring a restaurant, the 3-star hotel has air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi, each with a private bathroom. Private parking can be arranged at an extra charge.

At the hotel, all rooms have a wardrobe. At The Parawood Natrang Hotel every room is fitted with a desk and a flat-screen TV.

Ban Ao Thong 

Add: 25/28-31 Sathanee Road,Tub Tiang, Muang, 92000 Trang, Thailand 

Situated only 100 m from Trang Railway Station and 600 m from Tang Clock Tower, Ban Ao Thong offers a 24-hour front desk, airport shuttle and luggage storage. During the stay, guests have access to free parking and free WiFi.

All air-conditioned rooms are fitted with a cable TV, a seating area and a minibar. The dining area comes with a fridge and an electric kettle. En suite bathrooms are equipped with a shower and free toiletries.

Chompu Nakarin Apartment 

Add: 18/59 Rakjan Rd., T.Tuptiang, Muang, Trang, 92000 Trang, Thailand

Featuring free WiFi and air conditioning rooms, Chompu Nakarin Apartment is located in Trang.

Simply furnished, each room has a flat-screen cable TV, a refrigerator and an en suite bathroom fitted with a hot/cold shower facilities. Towels are also provided.

Guests can enjoy free refreshments and a reading corner at the reception area.

A wide variety of restaurants serving local favorites can be found within a short walk from Chompu Nakarin Apartment.

Convenience stores are also nearby.

Baan Bussaba Hotel 

Add: 65/145 Huay Yod Soi 1, Tabtiang, Muang, 92000 Trang, Thailand

Set in Trang, 3.5 km from Trang Clock Tower, Baan Bussaba Hotel offers accommodation with free bikes, free private parking, a shared lounge and a garden. Boasting family rooms, this property also provides guests with a terrace. Guests can have a drink at the snack bar.

At the guest house, the rooms are equipped with a desk, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom.

The area is popular for cycling, and bike hire and car hire are available at Baan Bussaba Hotel.

Deluxe options

Namthip Residence 

Add: 206/48 Thanon Visadekul, 92000 Trang, Thailand

Situated in Trang, 1 km from Trang Clock Tower, Namthip Residence features accommodation with a restaurant, free private parking, a bar and a shared lounge. Each accommodation at the 4-star hotel has city views, and guests can enjoy access to a terrace. The accommodation provides a 24-hour front desk, airport transfers, room service and free WiFi throughout the property.

All rooms at the hotel are fitted with a seating area, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and a private bathroom with free toiletries and a shower. The rooms at Namthip Residence have air conditioning and a desk.

À la carte and American breakfast options are available each morning at the accommodation.

The area is popular for cycling, and car hire is available at Namthip Residence.

Rua Rasada Hotel - The Ideal Venue for Meetings & Events 

Add: 188 Phattalung Road, Thap Thiang, Muang Trang, 92000 Trang, Thailand

Located in Trang, Rua Rasada Hotel is a 15-minute drive from Trang Airport. The stylish hotel offers a fitness centre, an outdoor spa pool and free parking on site.

Featuring modern décor, the trendy rooms of Rua Rasada fitted with flat-screen TV and tea/coffee making facilities. Each room has a sitting area and en suite bathroom with amenities.

Rua Rasada Hotel has meeting facilities, a golf driving range and a tennis court. To relax, guests can visit the hotel’s spa which features sauna facilities and massage services.

There are a grand total of 4 dining options at Rua Rasada. Pakarang Restaurant serves a wide selection of Asian and Western dishes. Drinks and light snacks can be found at the Samutthara Lounge, The Poolside Bar and Pier 88.

As Trang was an active trading port in the late 19th century, the cuisine has influences from all over. It is generally considered that many of the curry-making techniques, dishes that make up a huge proportion of Southern Thai food, are thanks to the large population of Thai muslims living here. Many of its dishes are also of both Laotian, Malaysian and Chinese origin, the latter thanks to the arrival of migrants in the early 1900s.

Dim sum at Phong Ochaa

What: there are three branches of this place, where most come to feast on dim sum and muu grob (roasted pork belly). Walking in, you will see a guy behind a glass-fronted cabinet frantically chopping up mounds of pig into bite sized chunks. The meat comes from pigs that are roasted whole underground, a process that starts at midnight and carries on until they’re ready at some ungodly hour. At this point, every restaurant in town comes to the market to pick up supplies. On the right at Phong Ochaa is a lady surrounded by whooshes of steam that rise out of the bamboo steamer baskets stacked up around her. Inside is an unassuming, blandly-lit restaurant with space for 60 or so.

The food: pork is served simply on plastic plates, and you should dip it in a mix of two sweet sauces. It is good, with crispy skin, glistening fat, and chewy white and dark purplish brown meat. Meanwhile of the huge range of dumplings, hits are cha siu bao - pork buns with such fluffy outsides that you almost want to cry - and siu mai - open-top steamed dumplings - with pork, salted egg, pork and quail’s egg, and crab meat. Also try the sweet buns filled with custard, or lavender-coloured ones stuffed with sweet taro.

Add: 105-107 Soi Huai Yod 3, Huai Yod Road, Thap Thiang

Noodle soup at Kiang Chuan Chim

What: the name translates as ‘come, try our food’ which according to our guide is a common name for Thai Chinese restaurants here. First walk past the shaded cooking area on the pavement, where you’ll see three people preparing breakfast - one solely boiling noodles in water, another doing prep work like chopping up onions and vegetables, and another chopping meat. Look out for tiny pieces of squid drying out under a cauldron upfront - these are delicious, intensely fishy snacks that are often thrown into soups and salads.

The food: order the usual suspects to drink - Thai coconut water, filtered iced coffee and iced tea with condensed milk - and for breakfast soups filled with noodles - egg, flat, vermicelli - of all sorts. There is a spicy fluorescent pink soup made with fermented soy bean paste, as well as basic Tom Yam soups (about £1.20) with bits added, such as egg noodles, pork sausage, fried prawn cake, wontons, fried wonton batter and onions. Don’t forget to sprinkle crispy onions, chilli and sugar on top.

Add: 34/16 Visedukul 4 Alley, Klong Huai Yang, Trang City

Laotian plates at Som Tum na Mamm

What: a relaxed but busy cafe-hut specialising in a mix of Laotian-style salads and grilled meats and fish, whose name translates as ‘papapa salad by Auntie Mamm’. A group of women stand grilling meat and fish in a makeshift kitchen area at the front, while lots of plastic tables filled with locals, heads down knawing on bones, are scattered behind this, and a fish gutting area hidden towards the back. Sun streams in through the sides.

The food: Plates of raw veg - herbs, lettuce, beans and cabbage - are delivered to the table first, followed by a stack of extraordinarily good dishes. Papaya salads are eye wateringly hot but also refreshing and crunchy, while fresh crab salad is made with lemongrass, spring onions and coriande, and tilapia is salt-baked and scattered in coriander and spring onions. A dish known as Kor Mor nam tok or ‘waterfall pork’ - made up of sweet, chewy pork neck, lime, chilli, garlic, shallots and coriander - is outstanding, as is the catfish larb salad, and grilled chicken marinated in coriander roots, with accompanying fried onions and roasted rice and chilli sauce.

Add: Huai Yod District

Rad nar at Aorkung

What: a simple buzzy Chinese cafe situated opposite the port, and a second-generation family business now owned by a husband and wife team. Following a car accident, he now sits in a wheelchair, issuing instructions to his “number one and number two” chefs at the front. There are fans whizzing overhead, vintage family photographs lined up on the walls, and kind but frantic staff.

Food: there are decent crab meat and tofu snacks but the real winner here is the rad nar, which our guide Saiphin Moore* calls ‘noodles with loooaads of gravy’ plus marinated pork or fish. Gigantic platters come piled high with monster prawns and pieces of squid, greens, flat wide rice noodles - like Chinese tagliatelle - and gravy, which you can add sugar, chilli and fish sauce to. Immensely garlicky, it is also slithery, smoky, oily, hot and gorgeous.

Add: 95-96 Rasada Road, Kantang district. 

Street food snacks at Talad Sod Thetsaban market

What: one of two markets that we visit, this one is in the Huai Yod district. It’s a classic local market, filled with noise, smells - good and bad - and colour. Expect to see people lifting whole chickens out of buckets of batter and into pools of oil for frying; mounds of bright green and red chillies; and women chopping up animal’s intestines, hearts, and pig heads.

The food: an overwhelming but mesmorising, delicious feast, from here you can buy dried produce to take home, such as dried anchovies and prawns for snacking on or frying. You can sampple bags of geang tai pla, gaeng masumama and hot gaeng sohm often (see above descriptions), or try snacks like hot pork sausage, sweet pork skewers, coconut pancakes, deep fried sweet bananas, or fresh fruit (sweet mangoes, for example, are served in slices with bags of sugar, salt and chilli).

Add: Huai Yod, Pienprom Road. 

Seafood at Crab Party Seafood

What: A huge predominantly open air restaurant specialising in music, beer and seafood. Our guides tell us that their favourite seafood restaurant is closed, because of local flooding, and this is their second choice. But the food is excellent nonetheless.

The food: Marvellous dishes include pla muek nueng mnao (steamed squid with lime and lashings of garlic); spicy seafood tom yam soup; crispy sandfish spines covered in a thick paste of sugar and caramelised onions; garlicky seabass with a paste of turmeric, lemongrass and black pepper; soft shell crab with curry powder; and crab-filled egg omelettes.

Add: Rural Road Sritrang 1

Get in

By car

  • Hwy 4 (Bangkok-Chumphon) to Hwy 41 (Surat Thani-Thung Song-Huai Yot-Trang). Total distance: 828 km.
  • Hwy 4 (Bangkok-Chumphon) to Ranong-Phang-Nga-Krabi-Trang. Total distance: 1,020 km.
  • Hwy 404-416 (Satun-Palian-Trang). Total distance: 140 km.
  • Hwy 4-407 (Hat Yai-Phatthalung-Trang). Total distance: 148 km.
  • Hwy 4-402 (Phuket-Phang-Nga-Krabi-Trang). Total distance: 312 km.

By plane

Trang Airport (TST) is served by Nok Air and Thai Air Asia. There are roughly five flights a day in and out of Trang to/from Bangkok's Don Muang Airport (DMK).

A taxi to the airport is around 90 baht per person. There is also a public bus, which costs 12 baht, and departs from the airport bus stop. Turn right immediately after exiting the airport terminal 2 building, under construction as of Oct 2018. The light blue buses run between the airport and Trang town, stopping at the central train and bus station.
The Hat Yai airport is another alternative, served by low-cost airlines. From the airport, a songthaew costs around 30 baht to the minibus station which is between the airport and Hat Yai. The minibus to Trang (slightly more than a 2 hour ride) costs 100 baht, though you will need to pay for two seats if you have a large backpack, as the minibuses do not have a trunk.

Contact us for the latest flight schedule and price. Or you can check via some online platform such as or

Here you can find some tips to book the cheapest flight

By train

There are two daily trains from Bangkok to Trang:

  • Express - departs Bangkok 17:05, arrives Trang 07:35
  • Rapid - departs Bangkok 18:30, arrives Trang 10:31

Rapid and express trains depart from the Bangkok Railway Station to Trang daily, taking 15 hours for the 870 km journey. More information can be obtained from Bangkok Railway Station at Tel. 1690, +66 2 2204334, +66 2 2204444 or calling Trang station at Tel. +66 75 218012

By bus

Minibuses from the Satun boat terminal (where the boats from Langkawi arrive) to Trang charge 300 baht/person. From Satun bus terminal a bus ticket (on a bus with air-con) costs 126 baht/person.

Air-conditioned buses depart from the Southern Bus Terminal in Bangkok to Trang everyday. It takes 12 hours for the trip. For more information, call +66 2 8946122 or The Transport Co. in Trang at +66 75 218718. In addition, there are private bus services. Namely, Sap Paisan Tour at +66 2 8946040-1 and Sri Suthep Tour at +66 2 8946166-8

Trang bus station is about 4 km out of town. There are small blue and pink town buses that run back and forth to the town centre and railway station for 12 baht. If you don't like taking a motorbike, then there is the option of exiting the bus station by the only road that exits from it, back onto the highway. Turn right and walk for about 100 m. There's a large mall there with a Robinson's Department Store in it, with some tuk-tuks outside. A fare to Trang centre is 20 baht (Jan 2020).

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By van

There are public passenger vans to Trang from neighbouring provinces. They leave when they are full.

Get around

The city is reasonably compact. The bus station is well out of town, and the best way to get to it is to either hire a tuktuk, or to take a blue bus which leaves from the train station. However, not all of these go there, so ask first. There is also a blue/white songteow at the railway station, to the right as you look out.It has "railway station/transport station" written on the outside. Will cost you B12 to the bus station.

Orienting yourself otherwise - from the railway station, directly ahead and up the hill is the clocktower. There are several hotels and restaurants on the way there.

Trang offers motorised tricycles (Tuk Tuks) and motorbike-taxis for travel within the municipality. Travel between the districts can be done by buses, taxis, passenger vans or by renting vans from tour companies in the city.

There are four main terminals. To go to beaches in Sikao District such as Pak Meng Beach, Chang Lang Beach, or Ban Chao Mai take the passenger van opposite Tha Klaang Market on Tha Klaang Road. To go to Huay Yod, Rassada, or Tung Song, take the passenger van at the church on Huay Yod Road near Thammarin Thana Hotel. To go to Tha Khao, Palian, Thung Yaaw, or Samran Beach, take the van near the sports stadium on Rassada Road. To visit the old town in Kantang District, the passenger vans are located on Kantang Road near Trang Train Station.

Boats to islands

Trang has 3 main piers for island-hoppers, they are Pak Meng Pier, Ban Chao Mai Pier, and Kuan Thung Kuu Pier.
Pak Meng Pier on the beach of the same name is the major pier for boats. From there, there are regular boats to all the main islands. If the island of your choice is off the beaten track, then it is possible to privately hire a boat.
Ban Chao Mai and Kuan Tung Kuu Piers also have both regular and privately-for-hire boats.


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International travelers to Thailand will no longer be required to show proof of vaccination or ATK test results from October 1st, 2022 onward.

In a new move to attract travelers during peak season, Thailand is doing away with the requirement of needing vaccination certificates or Covid-19 negative results in the case of unvaccinated passengers. Additionally, those infected with Covid-19, but have mild symptoms don’t need to isolate from next month. The same applies to those who test positive but display no symptoms.

Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul announced these changes on Thursday after the National Communicable Diseases Committee (NCDC) had a meeting on Wednesday.

Instead of isolating those who have contracted the disease would be required to wear a mask, socially distance themselves from others and wash their hands frequently for the first five days. They also need to stay away from those who are immunocompromised and vulnerable.

Dr. Sophon Iamsirithaworn, deputy director-general of the Department of Disease Control, informed that since the present Covid-19 mutation doesn’t cause serious symptoms in most people, disease control measures can be relaxed.

National Security Council secretary-general Supoj Malaniyom added that the new measures are being put in place to help improve the economic conditions of the country.

“The primary aim will be to ensure the economy is back on track so people could earn their livelihoods once more,” he said.


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