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Contact Address’s and phone numbers, in Trat


Tourism Authority of Thailand

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) operates an office on Trat-Laem Ngop Road Tel. 039-597-255  039-597-255    

039-597-259    039-597-259    


Immigration Office

The regional immigration office is in Laem Ngob Email : c_laemngob@immigration.go.th, Tel : 039-597-261     039-597-261 It is open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on weekdays, while the visa section is operated from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on weekdays. The office is closed on National Holidays and weekends so better call in advance if you have an appointment.

Another location is in Klong Yai  Tel : 039-588-108 039-588-108  Email : c_khlongyai@immigration.go.th). To go to Klong Yai, there are mini-vans at the Trat town centre that leave every few minutes.


Post Office

The main postal office at Tha  Rua Jang Road Tel : 039-511 -175  039-511 -175 is located in the   northeastern section of the town centre, and is open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on weekdays and from 9:00 a.m. to midday on Saturdays. The telecommunications office near the post office, which opens daily from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., offers international phone and fax services. The other post office is in Laem Ngop Tel :  039-597-240    039-597-240     

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Wat Buppharam  or Wat Plai Khlong  It is the province’s oldest temple built around the reign of King Prasat Thong (1648 A.D.). Lately, a temple museum was established and the temple’s landscape has been well tidied, so it has become a local religious centre.


Wat Yotha Nimit  also known as Wat Bot  is the only royal temple in Trat. The temple was once used as a place to hold the oath of allegiance ceremony. There is an old ordination hall of Ayutthayan art serving as a Wihan called Wihan Yotha Nimit for storing many antiques.


City Pillar Shrine  It is different from other city pillar shrines because of its form as a Chinese pavilion. Every year on the sixth night of the waxing moon period of the sixth lunar month, there is a celebration called, Phli Mueang Day or known among the Chinese as Xia Gong Sae Yit  which means the birthday of the City Pillar God.


Wat Phai Lom  It used to be a resident of Trat’s Father of Education–Than Chaokhun Phra Wimonmethachan Worayannurak. The temple also houses a Buddhist garden for public meditation and Chedi museum of three much revered monks of Trat.


Residang Kampot  a former residence now used as the Office of Probation, Department of Corrections, still in its original architectural style.

Places of Interest to Visit in Trat Province

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