Mai Cave-Chao Khun Cave
is a stalagmite/stalactite cave in To Nae Mountain near Ban
Chao Mai. It can be reached by boat from Yao Beach onto Khlong
Chao Mai for about 15 minutes. A small rowboat can go through
the cave to a verdant mangrove forest where the cave is nearby.
Visitors have to walk up to the cave to fully appreciate its
This waterfall is located 45 kilometers from the city. Originating
in the Banthat Mountain Range, the waterfall drops 320 meters
down to the rocks. More...
of the most beautiful islands in Trang, Ko Kradan is located
about 40 minutes by boat from the mainland. With an area of
600 rai (240 acres), most of the island belongs to Hat Chao
Mai National Park. The rest are privately owned rubber and
Ko Libong, Trang’s largest island is located in Tambon Libong
and is part of the Libong Archipelago Wildlife Reserve whose
headquarters are located here.More...
Muk and Tham Morakot (Emerald Cave)
Not just another “interesting” attraction, Ko Muk is the most
outstanding attraction in the Trang Sea and an ideal destination
for tourists enthralled with nature. The island, which is
nearly opposite Hat Chang Lang on the mainland, more...
Tham Khao Chang Hai
The cave, which is the site of heavenly made stalagmites and
stalactites in various shapes, is 5 kilometers from Amphoe
Na Yong Market in Ban Na Muen Si.
Song Hong (lake of Two Rooms)
Located to the northwest of the province is a large lake surrounded
by limestone hills. A mountain in the middle of the lake divides
it in half resulting in the name “Thale Song Hong”.More...
vegetarians, a Vegetarian Festival is organized every October.
This is a Chinese tradition where believers refrain from eating
meat and particular vegetables for nine days in order to make
merit and give offerings to the spirits.