About Trang

With an abundance of blissful attractions mixed with cultural heritage, Trang Province is truly a fascinating tourist destination with numerous jungles, mountains, waterfalls, and beaches.

How to go
From Bangkok: Air-conditioned busses depart from the Southern Bus Terminal in Bangkok to Trang every day. The trip takes 12 hours. For more information, please call 0 2435 1199-200 or Trang Bus Terminal at tel. 0 7521 8718

There are also regular busses to and from neighboring provinces: Hat Yai (ordinary bus), Satun (first class and ordinary buses), Krabi (first class and ordinary busses), Koh Lanta (first class bus), and Phuket (ordinary bus).

Minivans leaving from various depots in Trang City link Trang to other major cities including Hat Yai (80 baht), Surat Thani (130 baht), Koh Lanta (120 baht), Hat Jao Mai (50 baht), Pak Meng (50 baht), and Sakao (25 baht).
From Bangkok: Rapid and express trains depart from Bangkok’s Hua Lumphong Railway Station to Trang daily at 5.05 p.m. and 6.20 p.m. for the 15 hour, 870-kilometer journey. For more information, call 1690, 0 2223 7010, 0 2223 7020 or calling Trang Station at tel. 0 7521 8012, or visit www.railway.co.th
Nok Air has daily direct flights between Bangkok and Trang Province; traveling times is 1.10 hours. For more information, call 1318 or 0 2900 9955 or visit the airline’s website at www.nokair.com

Khao Chong Wildlife Development and Conservation Promotion S

Thailand's first nature and wildlife study place, the Station is covered with large trees, streams and waterfalls like Ton Yai, Ton Noi and Ka Chong. Its nature study trail is a walking trail that is ideal for studying nature up close, with signs along the trail providing information on the environment. The Museum and Exhibition Building has exhibitions on nature and natural resource conservation. The Station is located approximately 21 kilometers from the City on the Trang-Phatthalung Road. More information can be obtained from the station at Mu 7, Tambon Chong, Amphoe Na Yong, P.O. Box 4, Trang.

Khao Chong Wildlife Development and Conservation Promotion S

The first rubber tree in Thailand

This tree, which is located along a road that leads to Kantang, represents the first group of rubber trees that Phraya Ratsadanupradit planted to pioneer Thailand's rubber plantation industry in 1899.

The first rubber tree in Thailand

Koh Libong

Koh Libong, Trangs largest island is located in Tambon Libong and is part of the Libong Archipelago Wildlife Reserve whose headquarters are located here. With an area of 40,000 square kilometers, Koh Libong, which is a haven for holidaymakers, has many fishing villages where most of the residents are Muslims.

Koh Libong