Photo: A Local Something is our favourite hostel in Trang.

A Local Something Hostel

Classy design

88 Kan Tang Rd, Trang T: (075) 820 088 (091) 043 4237  https://www.facebook.com/alocalsomethinghostel/

A Local Something Hostel

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Out of a few hostels that have popped up in Trang in recent years, we prefer A Local Something thanks to its artistic design, smart dorms, helpful staff and rooftop cafe in a good downtown location.

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The converted shophouse greets you with turquoise trim on glass doors opening to a bright common room with a shared kitchen, long wooden table and eye-catching paintings on the light-blue walls. From here, a young woman who spoke decent English led us upstairs to check out a number of dorms, including a 10-bed mixed edition and an eight-bed room for women only.

A welcoming common area.

A welcoming common area. Photo: David Luekens

Complimented by air-con and lockers in mint-green bureaus, some bunks are set up in length-wise rows while guests climb into others head first. Each comes with a reading lamp, electric outlet, clothes hanger and thick mattress with quality linens. Sturdy dividers separate each bunk. Guests in dorms use spacious hot-water bathrooms with old-fashioned washbasins on each floor.

You’ll also find a couple of private rooms, including a triple with bunks and an upper-floor double with interesting rounded windows, furnished balcony and shower stall in the attached bathroom. Though we liked these, the prices are high for what you get when comparing to Trang’s many hotels and guesthouses, such as Sri Trang, Chom Trang and Ban Ao Thong.

The price is a little high, but we do like the window!

The price is a little high, but we do like the window! Photo: David Luekens

We dug the mosaic tile floors and sharp black-and-white art that pops up in all the right places. You also get free WiFi and a chill space that double as a “bistro” on the top floor; it was closed during our visit but the staffer told us it serves “many kinds of beer”.

Nokhook House is another quality hostel with larger common areas, though its location at the far eastern end of town isn’t very convenient. To reach A Local Something from the train station, walk straight east and hang a left on Kan Tang Road, and you’ll see it a few hundred metres up on the left.

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Walk-in rates at A Local Something Hostel

Type of room
Low
High
Type of room, low and high season prices
Dorm air-con
470 baht
470 baht
Up to 490.
Triple air-con private bathroom
1,430 baht
1,430 baht
Superior double room
1,530 baht
1,530 baht
Room: Dorm air-con, low season: 470 baht, high season 470 baht. Notes: Up to 490.
Room: Triple air-con private bathroom, low season: 1,430 baht, high season 1,430 baht. Notes:
Room: Superior double room, low season: 1,530 baht, high season 1,530 baht. Notes:

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Where is A Local Something Hostel

A Local Something Hostel
88 Kan Tang Rd, Trang
T: (075) 820 088 (091) 043 4237 
https://www.facebook.com/alocalsomethinghostel/
Coordinates (for GPS): 99º36'18.64" E, 7º33'22.07" N
Room rates: Under 600B

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