Photo: The gateway to Ko Chang.

Things to see and do

Wat Buppharam

As the oldest temple in Trat, Wat Buppharam was established in the mid 1600s during the later Ayutthaya period. The oldest wooden wihaan in Thailand is its claim to fame, but it offers several other surprises that make it worth the trip. Along with the venerable old wooden wihaan, you’ll find ancient stone chedis, votive tablets and walls placed next to a string of very old and striking ... Read more about Wat Buppharam .

The southeast Trat coast

Several fantastic beaches, fishing villages and a decent little waterfall are wedged between the rugged mountains that form the border with Cambodia and the sea in the far southeast of Thailand. Rather than hang around Trat’s cafes all day (though you could do worse), travellers who are up for a little adventure can explore this coastal panhandle by ... Read more about The southeast Trat coast .

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Where to next?

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