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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

Saturday Walking Street

Saturday Walking Street

It is not in Khanom but in the village just after it Bn Ton that hosts every Saturday evening a Walking Street, a large night market that settles in a street where cars are forbidden for the...


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Wat Phra Kaew

Wat Phra Kaew

and its many buildings with gilding and refined decorations. No entry after 15:30 is possible. Try schedule the visit in the morning to be sure.


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Wat Nong Wang

Wat Nong Wang

It is the emblematic temple of Khon Kaen. Coming here without seeing it, it is not coming in Khon Kaen! Just across the lake, it is a building with 9 floors, all with a balcony that offers such...


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Koh Taen island

Koh Taen island

This small island and its neighbor Koh Matsum are located in the south of Koh Samui, about twenty minutes by boat. Still wild, there is a reef where you can snorkel among multicolored fishes. It is...


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