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Rua Rasada Hotel - The Ideal Venue for Meetings & Events - Trang Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
AU$95

Rua Rasada Hotel - The Ideal Venue for Meetings & Events

188 Phattalung Road, Thap Thiang, Muang, Trang - Map
 
 
3.8 out of 5 (18 reviews)
Thumrin Thana Hotel - Trang Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
AU$64

Thumrin Thana Hotel

69/8 Huayyod Road, Tubtiang, Trang - Map
 
 
3.7 out of 5 (10 reviews)
Trang Hotel - Trang Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

Trang Hotel

134/2-5 Visetkul Road Muang District, Trang - Map
 
 
Thumrin Hotel - Trang Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
AU$53

Thumrin Hotel

99 Sathanee Road Tumbol Tubtiang, Trang - Map
 
 
4.4 out of 5 (5 reviews)
Queen Trang Hotel - Trang Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Queen Trang Hotel

85-89 Wisetkul Road, Trang - Map
 
 

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The Seven Seas Resort - Ko Kradan Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
AU$285

The Seven Seas Resort

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    Pocket Guide: Trang

    Trang is a land of hidden coves, stunning islands out at sea, limestone cliffs, amazing inland forests and towns full of culture. This may make you think it is a very popular with tourists, but compared to the similar provinces of Krabi, Phangan and Phuket to the north, it is practically empty. That should be enough reason to book our Trang hotels and decide what kind of beauty you want to surround yourself with during your holiday.

    Trang is 120 kilometres of coastline fit for postcards, with tall and jagged limestone cliffs set between peaceful beaches. The most epic destinations are its islands, like the small and private Koh Ngai, where you can swim in crystal-clear blue water off soft sand beaches while coral reefs pulsing with marine life wait for snorkelers a little further out. Koh Muk is bigger and has beaches that are just as swimmable, but also has an unbelievable place called Tham Morakot (Emerald Cave), which can only be accessed by kayak at low tide. After you pass the 80 metres of rock passageway you reach a beach enclosed by rock and small pocket of thick forest. Light flows in from the opening above, turning this hidden gem into something magical.

    An area of such natural beauty is of course ripe for diving, and underwater enthusiasts will be more than satisfied with the spots in Hat Chao Mai National Park and Koh Kradan among many others. In the calm seasons, the coral is visible as you stand looking down from the boats, so imagine what it is like below the surface!

    The cool thing about Trang is that its spectacular attractions on the sea are matched by stunning inland sights. Trekkers of all skill levels will find trails that guide them past lovely waterfalls where foamy water tumbles down black rocks, villages where friendly locals can show you how they live off the land, and also the local wildlife that calls Trang’s green terrain their home. Mainland Trang also has its fair share of caves, many with Buddha relics and one (Tham Kao Kob) which can only be explored on kayak in the dry season. There’s nothing quite like floating through its passageways with only torchlight to guide you and the sounds of the paddles on the water.

    When not off exploring the jungle, you’ll be charmed by the laid-back and rural atmospheres you’ll find in farming villages. If you find the chance, catch an eerie but delightful shadow puppet show or a traditional Muslim performance. For the best urban experience, go to Trang Town, whose Sino-Portuguese architecture and clean local markets will keep you busy.

    A pick from our Trang accommodation list and flight to Thailand will introduce you to a pocket of Southern Thailand where both natural and cultural beauty are both alive and well. So wot are you waiting for? Get booking today!

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