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to Thailand and spend your vacation here with the people closest to
your heart. This country has plenty of beautiful places to offer for vacationers
seeking a great destination for their holidays.
One such place is Koh
Kradan. Here, you and your loved ones can truly enjoy and experience a
fantastic getaway that will bring you peace and utmost relaxation.
Make sure to visit the
province of Trang should you decide to spend you holidays here in Koh
860km from Bangkok,
Trang is the communication centre into Nakhon Si Thammarat.
Many islands and beatiful beaches give the
coastline of this province an unmistakeable look and more and more visitors
are now coming to Trang due to the beach areas being developed.
In the old days Trang was an important sea
port for trading with other nations accross the Indian Ocean.
Attractions in Trang Province
Aside from Koh
Kradan, other off-shore islands include Koh
Libong, Koh Ngai, Koh
Muk and Koh Sukhon. each
has there own charm, with Koh Muk
rivalling Kradan's beaches.
Monument of Phraya Rasdanupradit Mahitsara
This is a monument to Phraya Rasdanupradit, an old ruler of Trang
who initiated the idea of growing rubber plants in Trang as the first
place in Thailand.
This is a broad lagoon where the surroundings are suitable for relaxation
Khao Chong Forest Park
The park is one of the most beautiful and attractive places in the
South. There are two streams and waterfalls, Nam Tok Ton Yai and Nam Tok
Khlong Lamchan Waterfowl Park
The big reservoir in the park is home to a lot of teals. Along the
road entering the park are several small but spectacular waterfalls:
Nam Tok Sai Rung, Nam Tok Phrai Swan, Nam Tok Lam Plok, Nam Tok Chong
Banpot, Nam Tok Ton Tok and Nam Tok Chao Pa.
At the foot of this hill is Wat Pina, a superb old-style temple where
monks relax and meditate. There are several caves inside the hill, some
of which have beautiful stalagmite and stalactite formation.
Song Hong Seaside Resort
This is an unusual place due to its hilly area that stretches out
dividing the water surface into two parts.