Compared with Phuket and Krabi, Trang is not a main tourist destination. Even though, the coastal town is colorful and rich of local touches.
Trang downtown area offers a variety of different local delicacies. The town is famous for roasted pork, which is rather sweet but also fragrant with spice. Dim Sum is a dish you should try out. By taking a Seat at one of the many Din Sum restaurants, your table will be filled up by the waiter with various dim sums for you to choose.
On the Andaman Coast, Trang’s sea is stunning with an impressive seascape of azure water dotted with small Islands at the horizon. It is praised as one of the most romantic sea in Thailand.
Hat Jaomai National Park is made up from unspoiled coastlines and lovely Islands. The small island of Koh Kradan is a perfect hidden gem for lazy days on the Beach under swaying palm leaves and warm Sea breeze. Get a bike and scoot around and explore the scenery of Koh Sukon, which is blanketed with lush rubber plantations, interrupted with a number of neglected beaches and fisher villages.
Do not miss to take a short dive to explore Morakot Cave at Koh Mook. It is an Adventure to dive through the darkness of the cave. On the other side of the tunnel you will find a hidden beach which is beautiful enough to stop your breath for a few seconds.
How to get there: Trang is 520 miles south of Bangkok via highway 4. Many local airlines operator regular flights between Bangkok and Trang.