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Things to see and do

Wat Buppharam
Roughly 2km to the west of downtown Trat

A wooden wihaan reputed to be the oldest of its kind in Thailand is Wat Buppharam’s claim to fame, but this Ayutthaya-period temple has a few other surprises that make it worth the two-kilometre trip from the old town. ... Read more about Wat Buppharam .

Trat Museum
Santisuk Rd

An extensive set of info boards join old photos and artefacts to make Trat Museum worth a visit if you’re interested in the province’s history, including its confrontations with the French in the early and mid 20th century. ... Read more about Trat Museum .

Exploring the southeast Trat coast

Underrated beaches, fishing villages and fruit farms stretch between mountains and the Gulf of Thailand in Trat province’s long southeastern panhandle on the way to Cambodia, making for a worthwhile day trip from Trat ... Read more about Exploring the southeast Trat coast .





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Where are you planning on heading to after Trat? Here are some spots commonly visited from here, or click here to see a full destination list for Thailand.


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