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Places to visit in Trat

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What to see in Trat

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Other visits suggestions in Trat

  • The night market
  • Wat Klong Plai
  • Koh Chang and nearby islands
    Koh Wai (the wildest one), Koh Mak, Koh Rayong, Koh Kood and Ko Kradat.
  • Namtok Khlong Kaeo National Park
    Lush vegetation and waterfalls

Places to see elsewhere in Thailand

Phang Nga Bay

Phang Nga Bay

one of the most beautiful natural scenery in Thailand with its limestone cliffs and mountains in a turquoise sea. The main attractions in the bay are the famous James Bond Island and Koh Panyee...


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Khao Takiap

Khao Takiap

green hill at the edge of a long beach with a temple at the top and a large standing Buddha. There is also a small fishing harbor.


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Phanom Rung

Phanom Rung

Khmer temple built on top of an extinct volcano . You access to it by a long paved walkway and a beautiful staircase. Very unique! With the temple of Phimai, these are the two finest Khmer temples...


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Nang Talung, Shadow Puppets Theater

Nang Talung, Shadow Puppets Theater

This traditional shadow theater seemed to appear in Thailand in Phatthalung province. You will find several <em>Nag Talung masters</em> who practice it and make the figurines. As for me, it's with...


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