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Trat is an archipelago that sits on the southeastern corner of Thailand. Made up of pristine beaches and coral reefs, it owes its coast line to the Gulf of Thailand.

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The current travel situation around the world is changing day by day and we encourage you to follow WHO and government advice of both your home country and where you are hoping to visit when planning your trip. You see, Thailand has plenty of tourist hubs that have enjoyed a booming business for the past decade or so.

It is time to start looking at the off the beaten path destinations, the provinces that have not seen a tourism boom, but are no less beautiful. Enter the province of Trat Thailand. Bordering Cambodia in Eastern Thailand, Chanthaburi Province in the North and the Gulf of Thailand in the South, Trat is a relatively quiet coastal province that is has recently started to attract an international audience — and for good reason. Koh Chang is the largest tropical island in Thailand after Phuket and home to the Koh Chang National Park which also encompasses Koh Mak and Koh Kood with each promoting sustainable and eco-travel initiatives and some of the most beautiful landscapes you are ever going to see in Asia.

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This award winning eco-village and Trat town prides itself on maintaining a traditional life, and allows tourists to experience it during their visit. The fishing village and multi-faith community here have been around for centuries, and is where Muslims and Buddhists continue to live together in harmony.

Stay for a few hours or a couple of days and enjoy a simpler way of life. The photo above is of a traditional Thai Gondola which, along with a driver, are available to hire up to 4pm each day for a hour long cruise down the river to the ocean and back again. And once you have worked up your appetite, head back to the village and feast on delicious locally sourced and prepared food at the village restaurant.

As with any Island destination, there are white sandy beaches aplenty; but in the case of Koh Chang they are almost exclusively found on the West coast of the island. The main — and most touristy area — is White Sand Beach; Lonely Beach is a favorite among the backpackers and party crowd; and Klong Prao Beach is home to the islands longest stretch of sand and generally attracts a slightly older crowd because of its large resorts and quiet atmosphere.

And if none of them sound like what you are looking for, consider Kai Bae Beach which has a little bit of everything: touristy, backpacker and family friendly. Koh Mak is easily one of my favorite islands in all of Thailand — and its just off the beaten path enough that it should stay laid-back, quiet and pristine for a few years to come. Deated a low carbon island, and with a limited of visitors permitted on the island at any given time, it is only accessible by boat and only the locals have cars — which are pretty much only used to transfer guests from the pier to the various guesthouses and hotels.

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The wifi is limited, the vibe relaxed and the seafood is incredible. Koh Kood — also called Koh Kut — it is the 4th largest Island in Thailand, but like Koh Mak there is no car ferry to the Island which means it is usually quiet all year round. It is blessed with 15 beautiful beaches and surrounded by that tropical blue water that Instagram loves so much.

If lying around on pristine beaches and soaking up the sun whilst sipping on a king coconut is not your cup of tea or you just fancy doing something a little different for a day consider heading into the heart of Koh Chang and take a hike through the rainforest. Wander under the shade of sprawls of palm trees, and walk to waterfalls and streams perfect for taking a dip if you get a bit sweaty. Whilst not a huge area to cover, it is one that we would not recommend tackling alone due to the lack of marked trails but hire the services of a local guide to help you really get the most of your day.

The corals are pristine, the tropical fish plentiful and with the possibility of sighting sea turtles and rays, be sure you have your GoPro at the ready! It has undergone restoration and reconstruction since the reign of King Rama V of the Rattanakosin Period. Most recently a temple museum was established and with pretty grounds, it has become a local religious center, although approximately a 20minute walk from Trat center, it is never crowded.

The small town of Lam Ngop is usually used as a base for day trips to the Trat Islands Ko Chang, Ko Mak etc but if you do find yourself here, be sure to check out one of only 5 black sand beaches in the world. The black sand is believed to have healing properties, and a spa has been established at the end of the beach.

Have I convinced you to add Trat Thailand to your bucket list? I hope so!

And hope that this post is helpful for your planning when visiting Trat If you want to share this hidden gem, pin the image below or share on Twitter, Flipboard or Facebook — sharing is caring! Hi There! I just wanted to let you know that this post may contain affiliate links, which means if you purchase something after clicking a link, I might get a small commission — which is at absolutely no cost to you.

Read my full Disclosure here. I'm flying to Bangkok in 8 hrs first stop Hua Hin then Trat it looks like a great place to chill and island exploring. Its our first time in Thailand and we have a lot of time, and this looks perfect. I am bringing my family and we do not speak the language. Would this pose an issue in this part of the country? If you are looking to break up the journey consider staying overnight in Chanthaburi and take a walking tour with a local! These take anywhere between hours.

Fly: Bangkok Airways have 4 flights per day from Bangkok to Trat with just a 1hr flying time and included lounge access for all passengers.

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I agree to have my personal information transfered to MailChimp more information about the data transfer. overtravel lovers and get monthly updates direct to your inbox. We hate spam too. Greg Thursday 7th of November Vicki Garside Monday 1st of July Ryan K Biddulph Monday 4th of March Looks so awesome Vicki! Been on my list for a while now. Vicki Garside Monday 4th of March Thanks Ryan! I loved the region and Koh Mak is easily my new favorite place in Thailand!