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Trat Province, Thailand, Interesting places to Visit

Laem Sok  was used as the residence of Kromluang Chomphonkhetudomsak, the father of Thai Royal Navel Army. Fishermen villages are found near the area.

 

Wat Khiri Wihan  The temple features fine architecture with a blend of modern art. Principal buildings inside the temple’s precincts include a large Phra Ubosot or ordination hall, Phra Chedi, reception pavilion for HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn, monk’s residence, preaching hall, and Chinese pavilion enshrining Phra Phuttha Udom Sombun, Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara, and Phra Sangkatchai.

 

Laem Klat  A white sandy beach sticking out into the sea with not too deep water ideal for swimming.

 

Wat Saphan Hin Although it is unknown when the temple was built, it is assumed to be more than a hundred years old. There is an old Buddhist ordination hall in the water, about one km. from the temple.

 

Hat Sai Ngam  about 200-metre long white sandy beach running parallel to a grove of pine trees.

 

Hat Sai Ngoen  a not-so-wide beach with a pine forest more ideal for relaxing or fishing than swimming.

 

Hat Muk Kaeo and Hat Sai Kaeo  have a peaceful atmosphere for recreation. Hat Muk Kaeo is a white sandy beach, which lies along from Hat Sai Ngoen to Hat Sai Kaeo, with the shade of pine and coconut trees all along the beach.

 

Ratchakarun Thai Red Cross Association’s Khao Lan Centre  Her Majesty the Queen ordered to establish to help Cambodian refugees. However, the centre was closed in 1986 since all the refugees returned to their homeland.

 

Hat Banchuen  formerly called Hat Maro This beach has delicate sand grain and clear sea water where it is possible to swim.

 

Thailand’s Narrowest Area  located at Mu 2 Ban Khot Sai, Tambon Hat Lek, on the Trat– Khlong Yai route between Km. 81–82. The area is only 450 metres wide.

 

Ban Nam Chiao It is noted for Ngop Nam Chiao, a native hat to ward off the sun. The hat is woven with local palm leafs from plants grown in mangrove area. It is still widely used today as it is light and comfortable.

 

 

 

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